Sunday  -  9.30am


Tuesday  -  9.30am

Thursday  -  9.30am




Saturday - 11.00am - 12.00pm

January, March, May, September, November


During Holy Hour sacrament of Reconciliation is available.





11.00am -12.00pm

During Holy Hour.


6.30pm - 7.00pm

Before Vigil Mass.

St Margaret's











16 Clerk Street Loanhead 

Midlothian EH20 9DR

The Sacred Heart 











56 John Street Penicuik

Midlothian EH26 8NE




 7.00pm - Vigil Mass

11.00am - Holy Mass


Wednesday  -  9.30am

Friday  -  9.30am




Saturday - 11.00am - 12.00pm

February, April, June, October, December


During Holy Hour sacrament of Reconciliation is available.





 11.00am -12.00pm

During Holy Hour.


6.30pm - 7.00pm

Before Vigil Mass.



Every Wednesday

before 9:30am Mass

at the Sacred Heart Church.




Every Friday

before 9:30am Mass 

at the Sacred Heart Church.




Every 1st Friday at 7:00pm

at the Sacred Heart Church



Every Sunday 

From 6.00pm to 7.00pm

The Sacred Heart church is open for private prayer.



Every Thursday

from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in Michael Room

07 March 2018
Here is the Vatican-provided text of ‘Placuit Deo,’ a letter issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to the Bishops of the Catholic Church on Certain Aspects
27 January 2018
The readings for this particular week (Week 4. Sunday 28 January 2018) tick all the boxes for Education Sunday. This of course is also the year of the 100th anniversary
07 January 2018
If you’re a Catholic, you’ve probably seen it: a mysterious series of letters and numbers, looking for all the world like an equation, inscribed in chalk over a doorway at
05 January 2018
Epiphany is one of the Church’s major and spectacular feasts. It occurs on January 6th, the final day of the 12 days of Christmas (in some locations it is transferred


Life in Kapanga Congo RDC - ELKAP Project run by SOFIA 


SOFIA Salvatorian Office for International Aid promotes development aid projects in the south of the world and builds awareness of developing countries in the west. Education and health are our core interests, to contribute to reaching the UN Millennium Development Goals. Our values include respect for local cultures, efficiency, transparency and continuity. Almost all our project managers are indigenous to the country where they live and work. They spend their lives with the poor, often in remote places. The donations we receive go entirely to their activities and are not being used for overhead. Systematic reporting explains what exactly happens with the funds. Find out what you can do to help. Visit us at: 

Salvatorian work around the world


The Society of the Divine Savior, popularly known as the Salvatorians, is an international, religious, congregation of priests and brothers in the Catholic Church, founded in Rome, December 8, 1881, by the Father Francis Mary of the Cross Jordan.

Today members of the Society are engaged in apostolic activities in 40 countries all over the world. We are part of a Salvatorian Family that includes religious sisters (Congregation of the Sisters of the Divine Savior) and laity (International Community of the Divine Savior).





Are you thinking about Diocesan Priesthood? The Application Process for 2018/9 is now underway. We’d be delighted to hear from you.

For further information, please contact the Vocations Director, Fr Galbraith at

or tel. 01334 472856.

Likewise, visit

The Centenary of the death of  

Fr Francis Jordan,


the Founder of the Salvatorians

Jesus taught us to pray for vocations. He said, “The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest,” (Matthew 9:37-38).

Please pray for vocations to the priesthood and religious life. May our Lord Jesus Christ continue to inspire many dedicated Christians to imitate Him by offering the gift of themselves in loving service to God in the Church as priests, religious and lay volunteers.

Soon it will be a hundred years since Father Francis Jordan returned to the Heavenly Father. It is therefore a long time that he left the world of humans and of the Society he founded with a goal in the heart of the Universal Church: to make known and loved the only true God and the One he sent, His Son, Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. From a distance of a hundred years, there is no doubt that this goal and this spirit are still up-to-date within the Church and the world of today, and should be kept alive.


Policy 2018

Living the season of Lent really well can change your life forever and for the better.


That's why I was delighted to be approached by a group of young adults from across Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh who asked for  help in understanding Lent more fully and advice on how to live it better.


The result is Love Lent, a series of three tolks delivered by me and culminating in the gathering on Palm Sunday in Edinburgh.


This is my invitation to you to join us. You'll be made very welcome and I lokk forward to meeting you.


+ Leo Cushley

Archbishop of Andrews and Edinburgh




All evenings starts at 7.00 pm and will be held @ St Mary's Cathedral

61 York Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3DJ.


                        23 February   The three pilars of Lent

                          9 March        Unpacking Holy Week

                        23 March        Delving into the Passion according to St Mark



       25 March       Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion


Palm Sunday Event with Holy Mass

2.00-5.00 pm @ the Gillis Centre,

100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1BB.






This Lent you have an incredible opportunity to give a hand up to families living in poverty. Families like the Langs, from Cambodia, depend on fishing and farming to survive. They used to struggle to have enough food to eat because of poverty and criminal gangs fishing illegally in their local river. Now they can support themselves.

By giving up a treat for the 40 days of Lent and placing the money you save in your WEE BOX, you’ll help change the lives of families like the Langs.


This year you have a fantastic opportunity to make double the difference.

The UK government is matching, pound-for-pound, all donations given to our WEE BOX appeal made before the 8th May. 

The Lang family, from Stung Treng Province, Cambodia, depend on fishing and farming to survive. Their food supply has been under threat due to illegal fishing in their waters. Criminal gangs use dynamite and electrocution to kill and capture fish, resulting in a 50% drop in fish stock in some areas. As a result, local people can find it much harder to catch enough fish to feed their families.


Thanks to your help, we're working with our local partner, DPA, to help families like the Langs to protect their waters from illegal fishing. This helps them to catch enough fish to feed themselves and to sell some in the market. We've also been able to provide training in new ways to grow rice to increase what they can produce. This provides additional income that helps pay for school fees. uniforms and clothes for the families.


Let's work together, so poor Cambodians and other people in need around the world can survive and thrive.


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