St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
Greenock Scotland

Parish Priest: Fr. John Morrison

Welcome to St. Patrick's Website

Times of Parish Liturgy

Sunday Masses

11am and 7pm

Weekday Services

Monday - Saturday Mass 10am

Tuesday & Thursday 7pm

Eucharistic Adoration

Monday - Saturday 9am–9:30am also

Thursday 1:30-2:30pm

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Saturday 9.30-9.50am and after

10am Mass.

Saturday evening 6.00-6.45

Summer Schedule

In St. Patrick’s over the school summer holidays there will be no Vigil Mass and no 9am Mass. Our Sunday Masses will be at 11am and 7pm only. 

Mass Times

Our Sunday Mass times will revert to normal on the weekend of 19th/20th August. Please note Confessions on a Saturday evening won’t resume until Saturday 19th August. Confessions are still available on Thursday evening and Saturday morning in the meantime.

Some Background Information

The present church building, designed Antonio Coia, was dedicated on Sunday 8th December 1935 by Bishop Henry Grey Graham (Titular Bishop and Auxiliary of St. Andrews and Edinburgh) and replaced an earlier one opened in 1924 when the parish was founded.

On the 8th December 1995 St Patrick’s marked its diamond jubilee.  Bishop Jone Mone was principal celebrant of the Mass of thanksgiving with Bishop Stephen McGill and many priests.  Until 1925 Greenock with a population of over 80,000 people had only two churches, St Mary’s (1861) and St. Laurence’s (1855).  Since 1924 the parish has had twelve parish priests and many assistants.

Parish Priests

James P Kelly 1924-1931(Founder and builder of the first St. Patrick’s)

Joseph Courtney 1931-1949 (Built second St. Patrick’s church)

John Scanlon 1949-1957

Joseph Costeur 1957-1966

Vincent Grace 1966-1968

Donald Bonnar 1968-1972

John Harran 1972-1975

Neil McGrory 1975-1980

James Sheenan 1980-1992

John Cunningham 1992-2004 (Appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Galloway)

Desmond Berry 2004-2010 (Appointed PP St. Joseph's & St. Patrick's, Wemyss Bay)

John Morrison 2010