Archive for the ‘Positively Pro-Life’ Category

Congratulations to the wonderful team of young people who spent a week travelling around the towns and cities of Scotland earlier this month, spreading the pro-life message. They had many good conversations with passers-by and got around 500 signatures for the petition against the decriminalisation of abortion. We were glad to be able to host them […]


Thanks you so much for all your support. So far this year, over the months of January and February, your donations have been used to support 70 vulnerable families. Items that we are in need of currently are: Baby baths Ikea bags – the big blue ones (we use these to package clothing that we give out) Prams


Have a look at this interview featuring the young people who attended the March for Life in Washington in January. The Cardinal Winning Pro-Life Initiative gets a few mentions


The award winning MFM Project runs fertility education workshops for boys and girls in their pre-teen years. We are looking for women and men to become trainers. “ I can only protect what I value and respect.” In a society where sex education is geared towards protecting young people from fertility (with negative connotations such […]


The group of young people from Scotland who attended the March for Life in Washington DC last week, marched along with at least 700,000 others. They are featured in this official video of the March for Life. As well as attending the march, they took part in an excellent Students for Life conference.


Today is the 44th annual March for Life in Washington D.C., U.S.A. A group of 12 young people from Scotland have travelled over with SPUC Scotland, to take part in the March for Life. This is the biggest annual pro-life event in the world, with hundreds of thousands expected to attend. There will be a […]


Our 4th Annual St Margaret’s Ladies’ Lunch was a great success. 160 ladies gathered for a sumptuous 3 course meal, with talks in between courses about what is going on in terms of pro-life work around Scotland. There were also stalls selling crafts, jewellery and bric-a-brac; as well as a raffle and Irish bingo. The […]


We are down to the last few tickets, so if you want a place at St Margaret’s Ladies’ Lunch on Saturday 12th November, please get your name and £25 to Sr Roseann as soon as possible to secure a place.  



At Mass in our church today the Feast of the Annunciation was celebrated. Its official date is March 25 but because of the date of Easter this year it has been delayed. In the Liturgical Year the Church celebrates many significant feasts of Our Lady; if there is a hierarchy of these memorable occasions that […]