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Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) Scotland, in conjunction with the Diocese of Motherwell, will be hosting the fourth stop on the Right Side Tour in Motherwell on Monday the 19th of February. The Right Side Tour aims to inform people about the campaign to decriminalise abortion. The pro-abortion movement continues to grow […]


March 9th – 11th, further details below. There will be a bus going from Scotland, if you are interested please contact louise@spucscotland.org  


Saturday 24th February, further details on poster below. Looks like a great afternoon and would be good to see you there!


We are proud of our young people who represented Scotland at the March for Life in Washington DC last week. They had an amazing time.


SPUC is doing a ‘Right Side Tour’ around Scotland to inform and resist the campaign to decriminalise abortion. Edinburgh: Tuesday 12th December, 7pm, Augustine United Church, George IV Bridge There are further details on this website: http://www.abortion-decriminalisation.org Looking to host a RIGHT SIDE tour stop in your area? Contact Margaret, email: margaret@spucscotland.org


SPUC is doing a ‘Right Side Tour’ around Scotland to inform and resist the campaign to decriminalise abortion. They have already had their first talk in Paisley. There are 2 more dates for December and more to come! Aberdeen: Wednesday 6th December, 7pm, St Mary’s Cathedral Hall, Huntly Street Edinburgh: Tuesday 12th December, 7pm, Augustine […]


From George Square to St Andrew’s Cathedral. To mark the 50th anniversary of the Abortion Act. 6 pm: Gather in George Square 6:30 pm: Rosary 7 pm: Torchlight procession 7:30 pm: Mass in St Andrew’s Cathedral  


We loved the SPUC Scotland Conference last Saturday! There were 3 fantastic speakers and breaks between talks which gave a good chance to talk to other pro-lifers attending the conference. The first speaker was David Quinn, from Ireland. David spoke on ‘The Dictatorship of Relativism’. He showed us how society thinks it is OK for […]



Sad to see the media slamming down on a politician’s personal beliefs, when Jacob Rees-Mogg specifically stated that his personal belief in abortion being indefensible and belief in the Catholic faith would not affect democracy or laws in the UK. What an intolerant society we live in. In this environment it was brave for Jacob […]