On behalf of the St Joseph’s community I would like to welcome you to our multicultural community.  We come from different parts of the world.  We have our unique characteristics and identity formed by our culture and society.  We are all different.  Yet we are the same in many ways. Our true identity is that we are God’s beloved children.
God loves us unconditionally regardless of our colour, language, gender, culture and race. In God’s eyes we are all the unique.

Fr. Leszek Więcaszek SAC
Parish Priest


Saint Joseph’s Church is a community of the Roman Catholic Church of the diocese of Dunkeld in Scotland. Parish is conducting by Society of the Catholic Apostolate (Pallottine Fathers). We are sharing activities and ministries. W have the Parish Pastoral Council affording the opportunity, through the different teams and groups, to work together in Parish ministry and social events, ans also supporting and caring for each other.



Justice and Peace Scotland          JUNE 2017 NEWSLETTER http://www.justiceandpeacescotland.org.uk/ Dear Justice and Peace Supporter Travels of a Social Justice Co-ordinator Whilst it’s been only two months since I last wrote one of these columns, a lot has happened. The unexpected calling of a General Election (very unexpected given the PM’s denial of such a possibility …

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The Foodbank Project continues to do well and thanks to the generosity of our parishioners 460 kilos of food and provisions were supplied. At Christmas our SVdP Conference supplied food to 12 families and a further 20 parishioners were helped with money chocolates and Christmas cards. We gave Victoria and Roxburgh £150 for their comfort …

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Last autumn the Justice and Peace Group of St Joseph’s Parish, Dundee, decided it needed a challenge and strongly moved by television footage of the plight of the people of Aleppo, decided to try to raise funds for a classroom for Syrian child refugees, using SCIAF’s Real Gifts scheme. Initially the sum of GBP1125 seemed …

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