to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Motherwell in Scotland
"Welcome to the Diocese of Motherwell website. Our Diocese was erected as a Suffragan See of the Archdiocese of Glasgow by the Apostolic Constitution Maxime interest of the 25th May 1947.
Whether you know our Diocese well and are just looking for further information, maybe it has been a while since last you visited the Diocese, or you may just be surfing and have found us by accident - we hope you find something of use to yourself.
Lastly, we pray that we may face that future in the same spirit as our forefathers confident that, with God's continued help and our efforts, his work in the Diocese of Motherwell may be accomplished for many years to come."
+ Joseph Toal
bishop of motherwell
During the coronavirus crisis, when you may not be able to attend Church, you may wish to use to use this online donation platform to continue to provide support to the Diocese and your parish if your financial circumstances allow it. This includes the opportunity to continue to contribute to the Retired Priests fund and to support Student Priests. This donation can be a one-off or recurring payment, and it can be gift-aided if you wish. Many thanks for your generosity.
Please pray for each other, for those caring for the sick and for those searching for a vaccine and treatment for this illness.
Yours in Christ,
The Special Collections for May are for
SICK AND RETIRED PRIESTS / WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY
During March we have two special collections; the first is for Sick and Retired Priests on 8th May; the second is for World Communications Day on 29th May
Please be as generous as you can to both collections.
How to donate
1. Click the link above to make a donation.
2. Choose which fund you wish to donate to, or search for your parish
3. Choose your donation amount and add GiftAid if applicable
4. Follow the online form to donate by debit/credit card or GooglePay
"Working together for Christ - The Diocese of Motherwell seeks, by the power of prayer and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, to be Christ's Church, living and caring for one another and spreading the good news of the Lord's healing and redeeming power."