This week's youth stories

7-PEACE

Chance to win a place at non-violence conference

April 21st, 2017 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Justice and Peace Scotland are running an exciting new competition for young people to win a place at their upcoming non-violence conference. ‘Reclaiming Gospel Nonviolence’ will take place at St Mary’s Monastery in Kinnoull, Perth from July 14-16 this year, and will look at how the theme of non-violence is central to Christianity. The conference will include workshops and discussion on how Scotland can make Gospel non-violence a living reality for the individual, society and the Church. The conference will also feature guest speakers, including Fr John Dear, a writer and activist who has worked in the field of non-violence and was part ... continue reading.
7-SPIERS

Sport pundit’s school SOS

March 31st, 2017 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

One of Scotland’s top football pundits has helped save a school trip for fortunate pupils at St Andrew’s High School in Carntyne—by sending out a single Tweet.... continue reading.


7-BOOK

Book grips imagination of whole high school

March 10th, 2017 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

A CATHOLIC school in Rutherglen is taking a novel approach to fund-raising by encouraging pupils and staff to enjoy the wonder of books.... continue reading.



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P1-APR-28-2017

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  • Resistance to new push on Assisted suicide
  • Special anniversary for Marist brothers in Dumfries
  • Incredible Maltese picture blesses Edinburgh parish
  • Final part of Mgr Magee’s series on Amoris Laetitia.

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