June 7, 2018
The weekend 8th-9th September, there will be a Celebrate event in Glasgow.
Celebrate is a Catholic Charismatic movement which hosts events for the family, aiming to inspire and strengthen faith.
The programme includes:
- Inspired teaching from great speakers
- Creative liturgy and Celebration of the Holy Mass
- Excellent Children’s & Youth Ministry, led by experienced leaders
- Time and space to encounter Christ’s healing touch in Adoration, Reconciliation and Prayer Ministry
For more details and to book a place, see the Celebrate website
May 26, 2018
The 4th St. Margaret’s National Pilgrimage will take place on Sunday 3rd June 2018.
Visit sites from 11am, procession starts at 2:15 pm (gather at 1:45), concluding with Mass at 3pm St Margaret’s Memorial Church.
Religious and historical sites within Dunfermline will be available to visit from 11am, (with the exception of Dunfermline Abbey, due to a religious service at 11am.) although the Abbey grounds will be open, access to the Abbey will be unavailable until after conclusion of the service. Stewards will be in attendance at St Margaret’s Shrine situated on the east side of the Abbey from 11am, to provide information and directions to pilgrims. Stewards will also be in attendance outside St. Margaret’s Cave from 11am. Guides will be located within Pittencrieff Park, at the Louise Carnegie Gates, (main gates at Bridge Street access), to provide tours for pilgrims commencing at 11am and then every 30 minutes thereafter.
Pilgrims taking part in the procession should arrive to form up at the Louise Carnegie Gates, (main gates), Bridge Street, Dunfermline from 1.45pm. The procession will commence at 2.15pm prompt, led by His Grace Archbishop Cushley, and will process through Dunfermline town centre to St Margaret’s Memorial Church for a celebration Mass. Stewards will be in attendance to form the procession order. Please be guided by the stewards in forming and undertaking the procession. Officers from Police Scotland, Fife Division, will undertake traffic management.
April 24, 2018
We are happy to be joining a group in Wemyss Bay for the Rosary on the Coast this Sunday. Further details below. We’d love you to join us if possible.
Date: Sunday 29th April
Time: Gather at 2:30 pm, Preliminary prayers at 2:45 pm, Rosary at 3 pm.
Venue: Wemyss Bay Beach for prayers and rosary and then refreshments in the Church Hall at St Joseph’s and St Patrick’s in Wemyss Bay
We will be leaving Glasgow at 1 pm from St Andrew’s Cathedral. If there is anyone from Glasgow who would like to join our group and needs a lift, please get in touch by phone (0141 433 2680) or email (email@example.com) by Thursday.
March 27, 2018
We were praying for baby Gabriel whilst he was in his mother’s womb, as he had been diagnosed with spina bifida and had an operation in-utero. Baby Gabriel was born in January, but is only now full term. He is now at home happily feeding and growing and bringing much joy to those around him.
Baby Gabriel has a cast on his legs, to treat dislocated hips and clubbed feet. Please pray for ongoing healing of his hips and feet and for a continuing improvement in the movement in his legs. Pray for the doctors who are treating him to be guided as to the best course of treatment. Pray for the family as they take baby Gabriel to all his hospital appointments.
May God bless baby Gabriel!
March 19, 2018
The rosary on the coast is a day of pilgrimage and prayer for the re-flourishing of our faith, for the grace to build a culture of life and for true peace to reign in the hearts of all peoples & nations. The event is on Sunday 29th April at 3pm. We invite you to join us at Wemyss Bay- email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be part of our group.
Today, the feast of St Joseph, begins 40 days of spiritual preparations for the rosary on the coast. Here is a link with suggestions of how to spiritually prepare: https://rcdop.org.uk/news/40-day-spiritual-preparation-countdown-to-the-rosary-on-the-coast-4
February 22, 2018
The next meeting of the Fertility Forum will be on Tuesday 27th February at 7pm, at the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative, 104 Albert Road, Crosshill, Glasgow, G42 8DR. The forum is open for anyone to attend and you don’t need to have come to a previous meeting or be an expert. Please email email@example.com if you plan to attend, there is some background information to be emailed out to participants.
The Fertility Forum was created to facilitate discussion about how to promote the Church’s beautiful teaching on fertility and sexuality. We had our initial brainstorming meeting in January, which was a great success and had 21 participants. The discussion was divided into several areas: methods of NFP, apps, NaPro Technology, marriage preparation and education (within the family, parishes and schools). Some thinking has gone on since then and several participants have contributed paragraphs about these areas of discussion. We look forward to continuing the discussion on Tuesday, as there is a need for more initiatives to develop to promote fertility awareness. Please join us if this is a topic you are interested in.
November 21, 2017
Thank you to all the pro-life women who came to our ladies’ lunch on Saturday, in honour of St Margaret of Scotland. We know how much work you have done for the pro-life cause over the years. It was great to have such a big gathering (436 women) and was a very encouraging and enjoyable afternoon. We will be in touch with you all soon. Here’s a video to remember the occasion: