Students from St Andrews University have contributed to Holy Mass which is being broadcast on the BBC this Sunday from St James' Church in St Andrews, Fife, celebrated by Archbishop Cushley.
They include Matthew Matisz (president of the university's Catholic Society) who serves at the Mass, and members of St James' Student Schola Cantorum: Alix de Broön, Stuart Campbell, Genevieve Turner and Henry Kirk. The reader is Emilija Barteskaite.
It's part of the BBC Scotland series called The Service, which screens a range of recorded faith services each week.
Holy Mass will be broadcast on the BBC Scotland Channel at midday this Sunday. It comes from St James' Church in St Andrews and will be celebrated by Archbishop Cushley. pic.twitter.com/TAiBjYxIaN
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Archbishop Cushley said: "Many thanks to parish priest Fr Michael John for hosting the broadcast at his church, cameraman Keir Murray, and those who contributed music; organist Dr Glynn Jenkins - who also wrote one of the pieces sung - and members of St James' Student Schola Cantorum."
He added: "If you know of anyone who is unable to get to church and who does not have access to an online Mass, do let them know that this is on the BBC Scotland channel at midday this Sunday (30 May)."
Archbishop Cushley will celebrate his regular 9am Sunday Mass which is available on Facebook, YouTube and this website (news & events section).