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Welcome, and thank you for visiting Our Lady Of Lourdes online. Our Lady Of Lourdes is a Catholic parish of the Universal Church in the Diocese of Paisley, which is led by Bishop John Keenan, in communion with our Holy Father Pope Francis, in Bishopton, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Social distancing in church is no longer required. This means that we will no longer need to use our “Group System” on a Sunday. We can come to whichever Mass we wish. We will still be required to wear face coverings in church. We will also be required to keep a record for track and trace purposes of names and contact numbers of those who attend Mass. This means collecting this information as we arrive. So please give time to do so. Hand sanitising on entering and leaving the church will also continue. Thank you for your patience.

 

Mass Times

 

Monday - 10:00

Tuesday - 10:00

Wednesday - 10:00

Thursday - 10:00

Friday - 10:00

Saturday - 10:00

Sunday - 09:00, 11:00, 18:30

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament

Monday & Saturday - 09:25


Children's Liturgy

Sunday : 11:00

Confessions

Saturday : 10:30 - 11:00 and other times on request.

Welcome to our Community

Parish Life

 

Weekly Parish Bulletin

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Our Lady
Our Lady

With the foundation of St. Mirin's in Paisley in 1808 a Mission to 18 surrounding villages began in a more systematic form. St. Fillan's Parish in Houston was founded in 1841 and the Catholic members of the village community could celebrate Mass by walking to the Church there. In 1883 a Mass station was opened in Bishopton and with the purchase of land in 1915 a Church was built and finally opened on April 10th 1926.

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The Church was not heated and after a small hall had been built and a presbytery acquired (100 Old Greenock Rd.) it was necessary to undertake substantial renovation and rebuilding work in 1949. The present Presbytery was built on the site of the old hall in 1967. Since then the Church has, on a number of occasions, been remodelled and the interior renovated.

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Furnishings
Furnishings

Some of the present furnishings on the sanctuary; the Ambo (from which the Word of God is Proclaimed) and the Presidential Chair, were made by John McLaughlin - a local sculptor in wood - from the old benches of the Church.

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Our Lady
Our Lady

With the foundation of St. Mirin's in Paisley in 1808 a Mission to 18 surrounding villages began in a more systematic form. St. Fillan's Parish in Houston was founded in 1841 and the Catholic members of the village community could celebrate Mass by walking to the Church there. In 1883 a Mass station was opened in Bishopton and with the purchase of land in 1915 a Church was built and finally opened on April 10th 1926.

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