Designed by John Honeyman, 1877-8, opened 1879. Byzantine style church of coursed rubble with red ashlar polychrome bands. The church has a pedimented faÃ§ade to Govan Road and, at the corner, a square tower with paired round-headed openings and a pyramidal copper roof.
Wide nave with galleries. The chancel has a semi-circular domed apse, lined with coloured marble panels with stencil decoration above.
Monday-Saturday 12.30 pm
Sunday Masses: Vigil Mass 5.30 pm, 11.15am.
Open by arrangement
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