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Young female students united in a divine grace

April 22nd, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

The Young Women’s Fellowship (YWF) in the Catholic Student’s Union of Edinburgh has enjoyed many lovely sessions where young women come together to pray, discuss, and explore the Catholic Faith together. It was started in October of 2015. The YWF meets once fortnightly, gathered around a table in the Dominican Library room in the chaplaincy. The YWF has enjoyed a spirit-led and energetic dialogue about the Catholic Faith, for the Faith that has enabled a deeper reflection about our faiths and a bi-weekly reaffirmation of our decision to be Catholics. “For just as the body is one and has many members, ... continue reading.

Young artists in Motherwell get unique insight into the lives of the autistic

April 15th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Young artists from Our Lady’s High School in Motherwell were given an insight into the lives of people with autism as they took part in an innovative project.... continue reading.


St Benedict’s Primary pupils have fun learning about the link between having a healthy mind and a healthy body

April 8th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Youngsters from St Benedict’s Primary School in Easterhouse have been brushing up on their culinary skills as they seek to prove the link between a healthy diet and a healthy mind.... continue reading.


Clydebank students on eight-mile walking pilgrimage to Glasgow

April 1st, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

STUDENTS at St Peter the Apostle High School in Clydebank followed the words of Pope Francis as they walked an almost eight-mile long pilgrimage to the Holy Door of Mercy at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Glasgow.... continue reading.


Faith, hope and charity at Glasgow Caledonian

March 18th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

The Scottish Network of Catholic Students in their FAITH BY DEGREES column this month let students from the brand new Catholic Society at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU), tell their story and stress the need to be beacons of Christ’s love... continue reading.


Gold medal for Trinity High’s charity work

March 4th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Pupils from a Rutherglen school have been inspired by a Catholic charity to help out the homeless—and have been rewarded for their efforts with a visit from a Paralympian athlete.... continue reading.


Double celebration at Crieff primary

February 26th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Pupils and staff of St Dominic’s Primary in Crieff had much to celebrate this month as they marked the 125th anniversary of the school and the 800th year of the Domincan Order instrumental in its creation.... continue reading.


Meaning of chastity: More than talking about sex…

February 19th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Charlotte Brown of Stirling University writes on purity on campus for the Scottish Network of Catholic Students in its FAITH BY DEGREES column this month... continue reading.

St Francis Xavier pupils’ raise a staggering £57,000 for SCIAF over course of a decade

February 5th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Children at a primary school in Falkirk have become a shining example of Gospel values to their peers after raising a staggering £57,000 for SCIAF over the last decade.... continue reading.

Giving Motherwell youth a renewed feeling of belonging to the Church

January 29th, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

New efforts are underway in Motherwell to spread the light of Christ amongst young people with the reorganisation of youth activity in the diocese.... continue reading.

St Margaret’s Malawi refuge centre project gets cash boost from St Bartholomew’s parishioners

January 22nd, 2016 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Kind-hearted parishioners from St Bartholomew’s Parish in Coatbridge donated over £700 to an Airdrie high school’s project to build a female refuge centre in Mulanje, Malawi.... continue reading.

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