White Mass 11th February

January 6, 2018

For Healthcare Professionals and the work of Healthcare in Scotland.

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 scottishcma@gmail.com


Ladies’ Lunch Reminder

October 10, 2017

The annual Ladies’ Lunch, in honour of St Margaret of Scotland, is fast approaching! This year’s Ladies’ Lunch is on Saturday 18th November. Tickets are going quickly. As well as a 3 course meal with like-minded pro-life women, there will be crafts, cards, jewellery and handbags for sale. If you have said that you would like to attend but not yet confirmed names or paid, please contact Sr Roseann as soon as possible. You can email gospeloflife@btinternet.com or phone the Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative on 0141 433 2680


SPUC Conference This Saturday!

October 2, 2017

Book your ticket here:


Volunteering and Global Health Talk

August 28, 2017

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 scma@gmail.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!




Campaign Launch for St John Ogilvie Statue at Glasgow Cross

June 26, 2017

The Knights of St Columba are leading a campaign to have a statue of St John Ogilvie at Glasgow Cross, which was the site of his martyrdom in 1615. The campaign officially launches on Sunday July 23rd at St Andrew’s Cathedral cloister at 3pm and it would be great if you could come along to show your support.

There will be a public rosary in honour of Saint John Ogilvie and a scene from the acclaimed play “The Martyrdom of St John Ogilivie” a work by Stephen Callaghan.

It promises to be a great day for a great Scottish saint!

The video below explains why a statue of St John Ogilvie at Glasgow Cross is important:

REBOOT! Live! 27th July at 7 pm. Bute Hall, University of Glasgow

June 24, 2017

There is a great event coming up next month, called Reboot! Live! that we are really looking forward to. Chris Stefanick is a world renowned speaker who is coming to Glasgow especially for this event! A great opportunity for all ages, those of strong faith and of no faith for an evening to be inspired…. here’s more information from the organisers:

Centred on the heart of the Gospel, REBOOT! Live! reminds people of the love of God for them, and of their great purpose in life; and, shows them how to live the Gospel in everyday ways, in their everyday lives.

CHRIS STEFANICK is an internationally acclaimed author and speaker. He has devoted his life to inspiring people to live a bold, contagious faith. Archbishop Charles. J. Chaput, OFM, called Chris, “one of the most engaging defenders of the Christian faith on the scene today.”

Check out some of his videos on YouTube by searching: “Chris Stefanick”. One of our favourites is “You’re Kind of A Big Deal”! Or go to his website: www.reallifecatholic.com

The aim of this event is to “Reboot” one’s faith… therefore, why not bring along those friends or family members that are far from the Church? This event could be the catalyst for their return! 🙂


Tickets are priced at £10 for the waged or £8 for concessions (proof of concession to be presented at the event).

If you wish to purchase tickets electronically then the tickets will cost £11.21/£9.08 due to the website’s transaction fee. If you purchase tickets online then you must bring a print out of your confirmation email with you to the event – this will be your ticket. www.RebootLiveScotland.eventbrite.co.uk

If you wish to buy a printed ticket for £10/£8 then you will be able to do so from your parish representative during the month of June. Alternatively, you can purchase them from the RE Office at the Archdiocese of Glasgow Curial Offices: 0141 226 5898 / www.rercglasgow.org

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact: rebootlivescotland@gmail.com

Ladies’ Lunch 2017

June 23, 2017

This year’s Ladies’ Lunch, in honour of St Margaret of Scotland, will be on Saturday 18th November at 200 SVS in Glasgow. The afternoon will comprise of a 3 course meal, pro-life speakers and craft stalls. Sr Roseann has now sent out letters of invitation to all those who attended last year’s Ladies’ Lunch. As this year is the 50th anniversary of the passing of the 1967 Abortion Act, the lunch will be bigger and better than ever before, with 400 tickets available. So, if there is anyone who has not been before, this is your chance!  It is always a joyful occasion and wonderful to see so many other pro-life women. Tickets cost £30 (or £270 for a table of 10), are sold on a strictly first come first served basis and need to be bought in advance.

Get in touch with Sr Roseann for tickets: email: gospeloflifesisters@googlemail.com, phone: 0141 433 2680