Mercy Bus to Hit Streets of Scotland

Friends of Divine Mercy Scotland will obey Pope Francis’ request to take the Church to the people.

Pope Francis asks us to take the Church out to the people as they are no longer coming to the Church.  The Friends of Divine Mercy Scotland is doing just that!

A seed planted during the Paisley Diocesan Synod in 2016 will bloom this summer. From Monday 31st July 2017 to Saturday 5th August 2017, the Mercy Bus will be in different towns each day. The sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered by priests, but you can also just have a chat with a priest.


Monday 31/7/2017 11am – 3pm Paisley Cenotaph, Paisley Cross
Tuesday 1/8/2017 11am – 3pm Coatbridge Shopping Centre, Coatbridge
Wednesday 2/8/2017 11am – 3pm Greenock Town Centre
Thursday 3/8/2017 11am – 3pm Asda, Main Street, Barrhead
Friday 4/8/2017 11am – 3pm Buchanan Street, outside Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Saturday 5/8/2017 11am – 3pm Paisley Cenotaph, Paisley Cross

HOLY MASS will be celebrated by Bishop John Keenan and Fr Joe Burke on the Mercy bus at 2pm on Saturday 5th August. The Lord is waiting to offer you his Mercy of forgiveness; all you have to do is receive it with a penitent heart.  The saying goes, “You wait ages for a bus and then two come along at the same time!” the Mercy bus is the One you’ve been waiting on, so climb aboard!

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