The Scottish Catholic Medical Association will be meeting tomorrow morning, Saturday 12th May, at Turnbull Hall in Glasgow University, and hosting a talk on crisis pregnancy consulting. The speaker will be Clare Bremner, who works with ARCH (Abortion Recovery Care and Helpline). Clare is an excellent speaker and well worth hearing. Pro-life students will also speak about their experience at the March for Life in Washington DC. Anyone is welcome to come to the meeting, no need to be a member to attend. Further details are on the poster below:
Just a reminder that this year’s White Mass, for Healthcare, is next Sunday 11th February at 12 noon in St Andrew’s Cathedral, Glasgow. Further details on poster below. Please come if you are a healthcare student or professional eg. doctor / nurse / healthcare assistant / pharmacist / carer / physiotherapist etc. and invite your friends to come too.
All those in healthcare are invited to please make a special effort to attend this annual Mass.
Venue: St Andrew’s Metropolitan Cathedral, Glasgow
Celebrant: Archbishop Philip Tartaglia
Date: Sunday 11th February
Time: 12 noon
Mass will be followed by a reception with Archbishop Tartaglia, including buffet lunch.
For catering purposes, if you would like to attend the buffet please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering and beyond: a roadmap for Scottish engagement in Global Health
Date: Saturday 23rd September
Time: 10:30 am Mass, 11 am talk and discussion, 12:15 lunch
Venue: Turnbull Hall (Glasgow University Catholic Chaplaincy), 15 Southpark Terrance, Glasgow, G12 8LG
The Scottish Catholic Medical Association (SCMA) is hosting a talk by Mr Stuart Ferguson. Open for anyone interested to attend (you don’t need to be a member of SCMA). For catering purposes, please email email@example.com if you intend to come.
Mr Ferguson is a Senior Surgical Registrar with an interest in rural and remote surgery and collaboration in multinational surgical research. His talk should be interesting and inspiring. Do come along!
Sr Roseann recently visited Cardiff, following an invitation from Brother Ambrose, at the Cardiff University Catholic Chaplaincy. She is grateful to the Sisters of Nazareth for their hospitality during her stay and the warm welcome from the Oratorians at the Chaplaincy. Whilst in Cardiff she spoke about the work of the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative to the students and to the Catholic Medical Association.