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Thanks so much for all your support. Over the months of May and June, your donations have been used to support 73 vulnerable families. We have had phone calls from many women in crisis pregnancies needing support. We also had a successful Rachel’s Vineyard retreat, for those suffering after abortion, with 12 participants. We hope to start […]


Easter Sunday

27Mar16

The Easter Exsultet (The most beautiful prayer of the Church) proclaimed last night:  “Rejoice, heavenly powers! Rejoice, O Earth! Rejoice, O Mother Church!  For Christ has ransomed us with his blood, and paid for us the price of Adam’s sin to our Eternal Father!” We press the issue and boldly sing that ancient text, “What […]


  Saint Joseph, Husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary Solemnity March 19th   Saint Joseph Detail from the right wing of Triptych of the Annunication – Robert Campin, Netherlands (Bruges), ca 1378-1444 (Oil on Panel) The Cloisters Collection, 1956 – The Metropolitan Museum of Art Christ the Lord allowed Himself to be considered the son of […]


On 9 February 2016, the Royal College of Midwives announced their support for a campaign run by abortion provider BPAS calling for the legalisation of abortion up-to-birth for any reason. This extreme position has been announced without any consultation with the membership of the Royal College of Midwives. If you are a midwife, maternity support […]


We are so happy to join in the wishes sent to John Deighan and send him our warm CONGRATULATIONS!   Mr John Deighan, Chief Executive of SPUC Scotland , has been honoured by the Holy Father by being made a Knight of Saint Gregory. This is in recognition of his work for the Bishops’ Conference […]


*Breaking news* SPUC Scotland gathers Prolife organisations together under new campaign entitled ‘Don’t Stop a Beating Heart’ Please support and share this campaign widely. http://www.scotsman.com/…/new-group-formed-to-oppose-aborti… ‪#‎dontstopabeatingheart‬


Born about 1045, died 16 Nov., 1092, was a daughter of Edward “Outremere”, or “the Exile”,and by Agatha . Margaret came with her father to England after the conquest of it by the Normans.  Her mother, Agatha decided to return to the continent but a storm drove their ship to Scotland where King Malcolm 3rd […]


What an amazing day at our 3rd annual St Margaret’s Ladies Lunch! No less than 140 amazing ladies attended today for a great three course lunch and two fantastic talks. Jacqueline Stewart spoke so eloquently on the Family and Sr Andrea touched our hearts by explaining a little about the Rachel’s Vineyard retreats. It was […]


Marys Meals Charity feeds 1 million children every day. Rachel had the pleasure of meeting Mary’s Meals Founder, Magnus McFarlane Barrow this week (Fr Nicky Welsh pictured right).


Progressive??

21Oct15