Christmas Closing Hours

December 14, 2017

The Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative will be closed over the Christmas holidays. Here are further details:

Closing: Friday 22nd December at 2 pm.

Re-opening: Wednesday 3rd January at 9am.

The answer machine will be checked regularly during this time, so if you have any urgent enquiries, please leave a message on the answerphone and we will get back to you.

PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE DONATIONS OUTSIDE the door, as this only encourages theft and vermin.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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SPUC Scotland Conference Saturday 7th October

September 15, 2017

2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act. Join SPUC Scotland, alongside top international speakers as they outline their plan to reclaim the right to life as the most basic and important human right. With the threat of abortion up to birth and for any reason, now is the time to:
Be Inspired. Be informed. Be a voice for the voiceless.

Get your tickets (£25, including refreshments and lunch) here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/spuc-scotland-national-conference-tickets-37419581977


Happy Birthday Sr Roseann!

August 18, 2017

We had a lovely celebration for Sr Roseann’s birthday this week- starting with a birthday vigil at the Pro-Life Mass. A stunning cake was provided by Deacon Paul Denny (thanks to his Mum and God’s providence). We had another birthday cake at lunchtime on Sister’s actual birthday and then went out for an Italian meal in the evening. Happy Birthday to Sr Roseann and we wish her many more to come!


Knights of St Columba Help

June 14, 2017

Thanks to 3 volunteers from the University cell of the Knights of St Columba who came over last week to help us check, clean and assemble cots to be given to families we help. The Knights of St Columba are always supportive of us and we enjoy seeing them at our monthly Pro-Life Masses.


Religious Liberty in America

May 12, 2017

Last week American President Donald Trump, accompanied by religious leaders, announced a National Day of Prayer and signed an executive order to repeal the Johnson amendment, with the purpose of promoting religious liberty and free speech. The Johnson amendment had removed not-for profit organisations’ tax exemption if they expressed political opinions.  He also commended the Little Sisters of the Poor in standing up for their beliefs, when the government under President Obama had wanted the Sisters to pay for medical insurance that provided contraception and abortion. A video of President Trump’s speech in the Rose Garden at the White House can be viewed here:


Thank you for your donations

May 5, 2017

Thanks so much for all your support. Over the months of March and April, your donations have been used to support 93 vulnerable families.

We have been blessed to have many individuals coming to the door to donate baby equipment they are no longer in need of. Before Easter, the Knights of St Columba (Council 8, Clydebank) donated Easter eggs and we were able to redistribute these. In April we also had a visit from Fr Michael John, parish priest of St James’ Church in St Andrews, who drove over to Glasgow with a van full of items that had been donated by his parishioners.

Items that we are in need of currently are:

Baby baths

Cotton wool

Ikea bags – the big blue ones (we use these to package clothing that we give out)

Prams

Moses baskets

Baby boy outfits for aged 0-3 months (please only donate clean laundered clothing and clearly label the bag ‘BOY 0-3 MONTHS’)

 


Happy Easter!

April 16, 2017

On this the day of the Lord’s Resurrection, we celebrate the new life that Jesus gives us. We may struggle in life, we may have sufferings, we may make mistakes, we may feel discouraged. There’s not a feeling that we experience that Jesus didn’t live through himself. Let us remember that Jesus has done away with our sins in his death on the cross. He lived, died and rose from the dead for us – this life on earth is only the start of an eternity with God. Death can have no power over us ultimately. Alleluia! May God bless you all.