The Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart,
We are located in Lauriston midway between the Grassmarket and Tollcross – on the edge of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town. The Church building dates from 1860. The Priests and Brothers of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) have served here in the centre of Scotland’s capital city since the parish was started in 1859. We are part of the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh.
As well as being responsible for the parish, the Jesuit Community does a variety of other work.
Download the latest parish newsletter in PDF format here: Bulletin 7th Sunday
New Weekday Mass Times from 27th February 2017 in the parishes of the Sacred Heart, St Patrick and St Albert
|Mon||Sacred Heart||St Joseph’s House||St Patrick’s||St Albert’s||St Albert’s||Sacred Heart|
|Tue||St Patrick’s||Sacred Heart||St Albert’s||St Albert’s||St Joseph’s House|
|Wed||Sacred Heart||St Joseph’s House||St Patrick’s||St Albert’s||St Albert’s||Sacred Heart|
|Thu||St Patrick’s||Sacred Heart||St Albert’s||St Albert’s||St Joseph’s House|
|Fri||Sacred Heart||St Joseph’s House||St Patrick’s||St Albert’s||St Albert’s||Sacred Heart*|
|Sat||St Patrick’s||St Joseph’s House||St Albert’s||Sacred Heart||* Usually Mass only, but on First Fridays, Evening Prayer followed by Mass and Exposition until 7.30pm|
Sacred Heart: Monday to Friday: 12 noon-12.25pm. Sat: 1pm-2pm, 5pm-6.20pm
St Patrick’s: Mon, Wed & Fri: 12 noon-12.15pm. Sat: 11.30am-12.30pm, 4.15-4.45pm
St Albert’s: Wed 1.30pm-2pm (term-time) and by appointment.
St Joseph’s House,
43 Gilmore Place, EH3 9NG
(Little Sisters of the Poor)
(Presbytery at 5 South Gray’s Close EH1 1TQ)
St Albert’s University Chaplaincy,
24 George Square, EH8 9LD
(chapel accessible from George Square Lane)
The Dominicans (Order of Preachers)
Safeguarding Policy Statement
“The Catholic Church in Scotland is concerned with the lives, safety, wholeness and well-being of each individual person within God’s purpose for everyone. It seeks to safeguard the welfare of people of all ages who are involved in whatever capacity with the Church and its organisations. As a Church community, we accept that it is the responsibility of all of us, ordained, professed, paid and voluntary members, to work together to prevent physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect of children, young people and vulnerable adults.”