Archive for September, 2011

The subject of having an abortion when a woman has been raped is an area that is often discussed when we have older school children in the centre for education days. Those young adults that are against abortion in all other circumstances often can’t see why abortion isn’t a good solution for rape because of […]

It is always gives us a lift to find stories where women under immense pressure to abort their babies find the strength to carry on. brought this story of  an Australian X-factor contestant to our attention and we encourage you to have a look and witness how even in the most difficult and life threatening […]

The monthly pro-life mass was held last night at Our Lady of Consolation with another great attendance from all our supporters.  We have coach loads of people making the effort to support these masses among them parishioners from Our Lady of Lourdes, East Kilbride. The Kirkintilloch Pro-Life Group made up  parishioners from St Ninians & […]

As far as we know this topic, pre-natal diagnosis, hasn’t been posted on this blog before but we know that this effects so many women in their decision whether to abort their babies or not.  The information about a disability affecting their unborn baby can have a devastating effect on how they view their pregnancy. […]



Please pray for a very dear friend of ours Karen McAulay, who died yesterday.  She was 46.  Please pray too for her husband, Billy and all their family.  May she rest in peace.

Fr Pavone


Some of you may be aware of the American priest, Fr Frank Pavone, who leads Priests for Life which have been featured on our past postings regarding their pro-life prayers and resources. It was with a heavy heart that we learned that Fr Pavone has been recalled to his diocese of Amarillo by his Bishop.  The […]

St. John, named Chrysostom (golden-mouthed) on account of his eloquence, came into the world of Christian parents, about the year 344, in the city of Antioch. His mother, at the age of 20, was a model of virtue. He studied rhetoric under Libanius, a pagan, the most famous orator of the age. In 374, he began to […]

Silent No More


Here’s another Silent No More testimony from a father.  The whole campaign is wonderful in giving a voice to women and men affected by abortions who need to let everyone know what abortion is really about.  Please have a look at this particular story and see what you think.

Just found another great article on Lifesite news by the assistant editor John Jalsevac writing on his blog.  It’s short but hard hitting making the point that the incidence of abortion is higher in cohabiting couples than in married couples!  He writes, Can there be any doubt?: fighting abortion also means fighting for marriage, and against the culture of “anything goes” […]

Just to let you know that that the next Faith Forum Talk given by Fr Roger Nesbit  on ” Science & the Path to God  is this Thursday 15th September at 7.30pm prompt. The talks are held at Turnbull Hall, Glasgow University. For your diaries the next talk is on 29th September 2011 at the same venue.  More details to follow.