Gothic church with 120-ft spire by R Thornton Shiells 1879. Originally Leslie Free Church, it was opened as Roman Catholic in 1959. Devastated by fire in 2004, the church has been restored by the efforts of the congregation, the architect for the restoration being Gray, Marshall & Associates. During the restoration, more light was brought in by opening up the 5-light window behind the altar with windows by Lorraine Lamond.
Saturday Vigil 6.00pm, normally Tuesday and Thursday 10.00am
Open by arrangement
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