This weekend, Archbishop Cushley has written a pastoral letter to all parishes in the Archdiocese. It shares the good news that St Mary’s University in Twickenham, a leading Catholic university in the UK, has launched registration for courses based at the Gillis Centre in Edinburgh in conjunction with our Archdiocese.
There will be a range of part-time postgraduate MA courses in Theology and Education available, giving you the flexibility to study in the evening and at weekends. This is great news for the provision of Catholic Education in Scotland.
A copy of the letter can be found by clicking on the link below.
In advance of the Scottish Parliament election on 6th May, the Bishops of Scotland have published a pastoral letter encouraging Catholics to research their candidates carefully and consider voting for those who make the sanctity of human life and dignity a central focus. The recommend using www.rcpolitics.org as a useful tool for those who are unsure.
A copy of the letter can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.
Every week during Lent, we have been offering a series of short reflections involving music, art and scripture for parishioners to follow at home in place of our usual reflections in the church.
The final reflection in the series for Easter Sunday can be found below. Just click on the link to download it to your computer. The document contains different links to webpages. Just click on the links to follow the reflection.
The Gospel is also available in Polish.
Thank you to everyone who has followed these short reflections. We hope you have enjoyed them and got some benefit from them. Thank you also to those instrumental in putting the reflections together every week.