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By means of the decree, the Apostolic Penitentiary “confirms and extends for the entire month of November 2021 all the spiritual benefits already granted on 22 October 2020” – that is, it allows the faithful to gain plenary indulgences for the souls in purgatory by visiting a cemetery on every day in November and praying for those who have died; normally, the indulgence is limited to the first eight days of the month. A second plenary indulgence is also established for the day of the commemoration of the faithful departed, All Souls’ Day, November 2. The current decree allows the faithful to obtain that indulgence for the benefit of the deceased on any day of November, at their choice.
The Sacred Heart & St Margaret's is parish of the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh a charity registered in Scotland number SC008540  

The National Pilgrimage to Carfin in honour of St. Margaret of Scotland took place on Sunday 4th September, the same day as the canonisation of St. Teresa of Calcutta in Rome. A number of parishioners from the Sacred Heart travelled to Carfin. The Mass and Rosary Procession were well attended by people from all over Scotland. The principal celebrant was Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and the homilist was Archbishop Leo Cushley. Father John McInnes, the former parish priest at the Sacred Heart and St. Margaret's was among a number of priests celebrating the Mass. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NATIONAL PILGRIMAGE TO CARFIN
07 September 2016