St Robert Bellarmine Church

St Robert Bellarmine Church


Important Update

The Latest News Option has current updates

on restrictions.

The on line booking system is in place.

This on line booking process is in place for masses from Monday 20 July,

this link should allow you access to the booking procedure for 15th & 16th August

Please be aware that bookings are daily, for one week in advance.

In line with NHS procedures and guidelines, contact details must be supplied

from all attending when entering the church.

The church doors will only be opened 15 minutes before

mass commences to allow entry.

The maximum number attending cannot exceed 50 at any mass.

If you do not book and the attendance exceeds 50, there could be

consequences for the Parish as well as the Archdiocese.

The service will be restricted in length and content

(details can be found under the Latest News Option).

Social distancing measures are in place and must be followed to the letter.

Masks must be worn in the church, hand sanitisers must be used

on entry and exit.

Stewards will also be available to show you to your seat.

Please be aware that due to restrictions you will not be able

to sit in your normal seat.

Communion will be distributed at the end of mass, after receiving this you should leave the church.

No one should congregate at the back of the church after mass, if you wish to meet up with friends

please do so outwith the building.

New information has been received concerning, marriages, baptisms, funerals,

as well as hospitals, homes and sick calls.

A further update concerning marriage procedures has been received.

These can be found under the Latest News Option.



The new edition of Flourish is now published and ready to read online at

In this month’s copy – which is free to download and read – you can catch up on the re-opening of parishes round the Archdiocese for public Masses. Read about the final chapter in the story of St Peter’s Seminary, Cardross, find out why the Archbishop is encouraging us to write to our MSPs to protect freedom of speech, and read the amazing wartime memories of the late Mgr Gaetano Rossi which explain the background to the much-loved Italian Cloister Garden adjacent to St Andrew’s Cathedral.  All this and the new John L Allen column from Rome, Art of the Month and the latest news from parishes across the city and beyond. 

It Is hoped that we will soon be able to return to a paper copy of Flourish for free distribution in parishes. But the digital copy will continue to be published even when the paper version returns, so as to cater both for older and younger readers.










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Contact Details 
Contact Details
St Robert Bellarmine Church

310 Peat Road


G53 6SA

Phone: 0141 881 1137
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