The Parishes of Corpus Christi
& Our Lady of Perpetual Succour


Booking for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil Masses is now possible using this page.
Booking for our regular Sunday Masses at both Parishes is now available on this page.

Social Distancing and a Maximum capacity of 50 people is in force at all Masses and Services.

Last Updated: 23rd March 2021 at 6.30pm

Fr. Benneth, Parish Priest

Welcome to the website of Corpus Christi & Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Roman Catholic Parishes.

Our Churches are vibrant and welcoming places – even while our world is facing challenges. We trust that God, who loves and cares for us, will watch over us and be present with us. We pray to him, through Jesus Christ, to give us the grace to face the challenges in our life. We trust in the Holy Spirit to provide us the strength to meet them with humility and certainty.

During the current coronavirus pandemic, it is harder for us to come together to share our faith and our lives with each other. Yet, our faith persists and our lives go on – and God is present in them. And some of us are able to gather on Sunday to celebrate the greatest gift God to us – himself in the Eucharist.

I hope that you find our website useful, and I hope to meet you in our churches soon.

Fr. Benneth

Parish Notice Board:

It’s important we keep in contact and are aware of what is happening in our Parish – and in the Church.

Our most recent notices:

Paul on Paul – 11th April 2021

1 John 5:1-6
This Sunday – like Jesus himself – is known by many names. But all these names remind us to the same trust – that Jesus who came by both water and blood died for us so we can experience his mercy, and that ir doesn’t get better than that.

Parish Bulletins – 11th April 2021

Our Parish Bulletins for this week are available at the links below. Attendance is capped at 50 for each Service, and we must maintain Distances of 2m between households. Our Parish Bulletins for this week are available at the links below.

Paul on Paul – 28th March 2021

Philippians 2:6-11
On the final Sunday in Lent, the 2nd Reading us focussed on the events of Holy Week – of Chirst’s death and new life and it’s meaning for us. As we conclude our Lenten Sacramental Refelctions we use this to explore the Sacrament of the Sick and how we should approach our own mortal life.

You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.

Matthew 16:18

Contact Us:

Corpus Christi: 42 Lincoln Ave, Glasgow, G13 3RG
Our Lady of Perpetual Succour: 17 Mitre Rd, Glasgow, G11 7EF

Phone: 0141 339 9445
E-mail: corpuschristi@rcag.org.uk & olperpetualsuccour@rcag.org.uk