The Catholic Chaplaincy for the University of St Andrews
of the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh

Welcome to the University Chaplaincy at Canmore.

The Catholic Chaplaincy, which is in the care of the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh, is open to all students and staff at the University. Canmore, the Chaplaincy building, is directly opposite the church on the Scores.

The Chaplain is Fr Michael John Galbraith, the Parish Priest of St James’. If you want to talk to him, he is very approachable and can be found just across the road in the Presbytery.

For further information:

University Chaplaincy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CanmoreChaplaincy/


Come in and look around

USUAL CANMORE OPENING TIMES:
Sunday 12.00 noon to 9.00 pm
Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 9.00 pm
Saturday 10.00 am to 9.00 pm

There is a main reception room, a kitchen where you can make drinks or snacks, a library, and a chapel in which the Blessed Sacrament is reserved. Many of the rooms have stunning views over the West Sands and the sea. The building has recently undergone a programme of major renovation.


Regular events in Canmore:

Wednesday evening:  There is usually a Mass in Canmore on Wednesday evening at 7.00pm.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is usually available before this Mass.


The Catholic Society (Cathsoc)

The Catholic Society, or Cathsoc, is affiliated to the Student Association. It is run by students and organises many events during term time.  These include a weekly talk on Wedesday evenings and many social events.

For further information:

CathSoc website:  http://standrewscathsoc.wordpress.com/

Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/2201918731/

Twitter handle:  @StAndrewsCathso


What’s on…    

Summer vacation
Activities and Masses are suspended in Canmore during the summer vacation. However, the premises will be open for use for post-grads and any remaining students.

Graduation Mass and Garden Party
Just a reminder that there will be a Mass for those graduating this year on Wednesday 27 June, 7 pm, St James’. There will veneration of the relic of St Andrew at the end of this Mass and, weather permitting, a party in the garden afterwards. If the weather is bad, we will move into Canmore.