New Dawn Day

New Dawn in Scotland hosts this one-day conference and parish healing service at Ss John Cantius & Nicholas Parish in Broxburn on Saturday 3 February.

The day will include:

Speakers are Fr Frankie Mulgrew, former comedian and a priest from the Diocese of Salford, and Terry Quinn, an International Catholic Evangelist and bible scholar.

Terry will share part of his journey back to his Catholic faith after 30 years as a Pentecostal Evangelical Pastor.

There is no registration fee but any donations, however small, are welcome. Please bring a packed lunch.

Getting to the event

The address of the church is 34 West Main St, Broxburn EH52 5RJ.


9:30am: Registration opens

10:30am: Holy Mass (Celebrant Fr John Deighan   Homilist Fr Frankie Mulgrew)

11:15am: Praise & Worship – Introductions

11:45am: Testimony from Michael McPhee (video)

12:00pm: TALK 1: Terry Quinn - 'Going Public for Jesus'

Separate Children's Ministry event

1:00pm: Lunch in Church Hall. Tea/Coffee available but please bring a packed lunch

1:45pm: Praise & Worship

2:15pm: TALK 2: Fr Frankie Mulgrew - 'The Joy of the Gospel'

Separate Children's Ministry event

3:00pm: Workshop – ‘How as Catholics do we share the Good News’, plus Q&A

3:45pm: Break

4:00pm: Exposition - Prayer Ministry - Rosary – Confessions

5:00pm: Break for evening meal (local eateries). Tea/Coffee supplied

5:30pm: Parish Vigil Mass

6:30pm: Praise & Worship

7:00pm: Testimony - Ann Sweeney

7:15pm: Healing Service

9:00pm: Closing prayers

Questions? Email

Relics of Padre Pio in Scotland - Holy Mass

The relics of Padre Pio (St Pio of Pietrelcina)  will visit the parish of Ss John Cantius & Nicholas in Broxburn at 7.00pm on 24th March 2023.

Fr Bryan Shortall OFM (Cap) who is the Director of Padre Pio Apostolate appointed by San Giovanni Rotondo, is visiting Scottish dioceses.

He will be the main celebrant and homilist at mass and immediately after mass he will give individual blessings with the glove of Padre Pio.

All are welcome to attend this beautiful event in the Archdiocese with the rare opportunity to venerate the relics of this wonderful saint.

Tea and coffee in the hall afterwards.