Archive for December, 2015

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*taken from SPUC Scotland**   By Rachel McKenzie Posted December 18, 2015 Andrew Waters loved to dance, and swim.  He took part in drama groups.  He was loved by his family and friends.   At 51, Andrew, like many people with Down Syndrome, and without it, he had the onset of early dementia.  So he […]


We were so touched to receive a ton of baby toiletries and little baby gifts from St Columbkilles School recently.  The P7’s (room 14) had collected the items over four Fridays with the help of their teacher, Mrs Gillian Murphy who went round the school  rallying the pupils to bring in items. We rely on […]



He Saved Me

14Dec15

The panic is temporary. The fear is temporary. The crisis is temporary. The days when you wake up thinking “how did I make such a huge mistake” are so few in retrospect. You have nine months for all that, but then it gets good. Still difficult, don’t get me wrong, but so so good… My […]


A feast called the Conception of Mary arose in the Eastern Church in the seventh century. It came to the West in the eighth century. In the 11th century it received its present name, the Immaculate Conception. In the 18th century it became a feast of the universal Church. In 1854, Pius IX solemnly proclaimed: “The […]


Dearest prayer warriors. Yesterday we had a call from a girl who is on the brink of booking an abortion. She is very down and sees this as her only option. Please power heaven for her that she may have a change of heart and accepts the help that we can offer.


*taken from spucscotland.org*   THE DIFFERENCE BEING BORN MAKES Thirty weeks I’d been around And still no-one really wanted me Just for myself, as I was. Not my dad; He’d just said “Get rid of it” When my mother told him, “It’s me or it.” She hesitated, And he walked out. Out of her life […]


SPUC Scotland has announced that Forty Days for Life (where a prayerful vigil is held outside places where abortions are done for 40 days), is to start for the first time in Scotland starting in Lent 2016, ( February 10th – March 20th) in Glasgow. Vigil location: Outside of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Hardgate Road […]


A truly sad decision for unborn children occurred last week.  Here is SPUC’s take on the situation and what the future might hold for abortion legislation.   BELFAST 30 November 2015: The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), the UK’s leading pro-life organisation, says that the ruling by the High Court that Northern […]