Catholic Students' Union

A lively community based upon sharing faith and friendship – often over a bottle of wine or a cup of tea!

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At the Catholic Students’ Union, we aim to offer everyone, Catholic or otherwise, the opportunity and space to socialise in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

 

We have lots of events planned for this semester - faith-based and social, online and in-person (with social distancing of course)!  Don’t worry if you can’t make it to Edinburgh at the moment because there are still lots of things for you to get involved in!

 

We have lots of small groups to help grow in Faith together including a rosary group, a Young Women’s Fellowship, a Young Men’s Fellowship and much more!

 

We host the only Mass in Edinburgh dedicated to University students every Sunday during the semester.  So, come and join us for the most important event of our week!

Details on how to book for a place at Mass during the coronavirus social distancing period can be found on our website:            csuedinburgh.org

 

If you wish to arrange confession or to speak to a priest, the contact details for our two priests (Fr Dermot OP and Fr Samuel OP) can be found on:

scotland.op.org/contact

 

We welcome anybody who wants to get involved and be a part of our warm community. If you have never been involved in a faith-based group before, don't worry as our members come from all walks of life.

With the help of our fantastic chaplains and from other fellow students, the CSU provides support to anybody who needs it at any time of the day. So, please feel free to get in touch, say hello, and hopefully make some friends for life!

As an official Edinburgh University student society, most of our members are University of Edinburgh students. But we also welcome students from Edinburgh Napier University, Queen Margaret University, and Heriot Watt University.