St Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley

St Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley

Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: Incle Street, Paisley, PA1 1HR
Local Authority: Renfrewshire
Listing: B


Church Overview

St Mirin’s Cathedral was built in 1931 to replace the old church in East Buchanan Street. Constituted Cathedral Church of the Diocese of Paisley in 1947. The architect was Thomas Baird and the building is neo-Romanesque in style with an airy arched interior. Visitors should note the sculpted pulpit and Art Deco Stations of the Cross and the twelve angel stained glass windows in the sanctuary.


Vigil Mass: 5.30pm (Saturdays)

Sunday Masses: 8am, 10am, 12pm and Polish Mass 2.30pm

Daily Mass 10am.

Seasonal 1pm Mass Monday to Friday.

Opening Arrangements

Open daily 8.00am-8.00pm

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf Welcomers and guides on duty by arrangement.  Disabled WC

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St Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley


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