A Midnight Mass at St Mary's Cathedral marked the return of public worship in Edinburgh.

Now parishes across the Archdiocese are set to welcome back parishioners following the decision to ease lockdown on Wednesday.

The Mass at the Cathedral was celebrated by Father Jamie McMorrin and places were rapidly snapped up when the announcement was made.

Archbishop Cushley and parishioners were interviewed for BBC Reporting Scotland at the Cathedral yesterday.

He also appeared on Sky News Tonight to discuss the impact of coronavirus on the Church.

Meanwhile parishes have been letting parishioners know about their plans for Mass, which will be celebrated subject to guidance issued by the Bishops' Conference of Scotland.

St Mary's, Bo'ness

St Columba's, Edinburgh

St James', St Andrews

St Peter in Chains, Inverkeithing


St Machan's, Kilsyth


St Anthony’s and St Francis Xavier’s, Falkirk


St Joseph's, Burntisland


St Margaret's, Davidson Mains