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Posted by LINO CAMILLERI on 25/10/2017   Email

Dear readers We are in desperate need of any Catholic Magazines, Newspapers, Books and any other printed material together with your full name and address so your mail will be acknowledged. Whatever you send will go for people that can make use of them in there home or in our church .If you be so kind and send any, that you need no longer to the coming address we shall apprised them very much. May God bless you for your help. Post to LINO CAMILLERI 66 MARY HOUSE Flat No 1 TRIEQ IL- QALIET MARSASKALA MALTA MSK 3311


Posted by Donna Hawkins on 08/09/2017   Email

This is a lovely web page about your church.I have been researching my mother in laws family a little and discovered that her mother and father were married here in 1910.It is so neat to see the picture of the church at that time.Their names were Alexander Oliphant Beath..he was a farmer .married to Margaret Chisholm.She was a nurse.My family is coming to Scotland next year perhaps we will search for this location.


Posted by Jackson Browne on 17/01/2017   Email

Hello, I visited your church recently for mass and couldn't help noticing how attractive the flowers were. I think that the ladies (or gentlemen) who do the displays should be congratulated!


Posted by john and kathleen harrison on 26/06/2016

My wife and I visited the church on June 11th 2016 and met with parish priest. We also went to Saturday night mass. We metwith the priest and he gave us blessing before we travelled home to Seattle the day after. We thought what a very nice priest.We talked with the Priest for a while and told him my wife used to live in Kirkcaldy when she was a little girl.We both felt very welcome and when we are in Fife again in the future we will certainly will vist the church again. Thank you for making us both welcome at your church. John and Kathleen Harrison Seattle, USA.


Posted by Kieran Gill on 01/05/2016   Email

Fantastic website! Must visit at some point


Posted by Sheila Darkin on 10/02/2016

During WW11 I stayed with my aunts on Greendykes Road. I attended the Catholic School and recall Miss Farrell and Miss Cumsky. We had mass at this church on Wednesdays and rather than be late, and obvious, I would play hookie and often sit on the pipe over the bridge at the top of Greendykes. I now live in Canada but have many happy memories of relatives and the kindness and generosity of people. The education was excellent and I was ahead of my class on my return to England.


Posted by Emma on 09/01/2013

Thank you for the mass said today for the anniversary of my Uncle Jim, he loved Ss John Cantius and Nicholas, his job and the beautiful chapel itself.


Posted by Helen Sandilands on 20/06/2012

Like the new look website.


Posted by Pat Devenney on 29/04/2012   Email

The web is brilliant well done. Pat Devenney







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