Check out this amazing video of a baby waving in the womb !!!!

 


We are delighted to announce our Monthly Pro-Life Mass will go ahead this month on the usual 3rd. Wednesday of the month

For the time being we will only be able to have Mass.

There will be no Holy Hour or Rosary.

Doors will open at 7pm for Mass at 7.30pm.

This month’s mass will be celebrated by Fr Alex Strachan

Masks must be worn while at mass as per government guidelines and a name and contact number must be given at the door.

Unfortunately there will be no tea or coffee this month however there will be plenty of banter.

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Today we celebrate the feast of Maximilian Kolbe.

“Despite, the loss of his father, his own poor health, the forces of religious apathy around him, and the Nazi regime, Kolbe spent his life focussed on serving others out of love for Jesus Christ and Mary, his mother. A theologian, a great communicator, a generous labourer, a prisoner, Kolbe died at Auschwitz as he had always lived, serving others and giving all that he had for love of God and neighbour.”

From a reflection on St Maximilian Kolbe by Matthew Harrison

St Maximilian Kolbe, pray for us

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Pro-Life Mass

13Aug20

We are delighted to announce our Monthly Pro-Life Mass will go ahead this month on the usual 3rd. Wednesday of the month

For the time being we will only be able to have Mass.

There will be no Holy Hour or Rosary.

Doors will open at 7pm for Mass at 7.30pm.

This month’s mass will be celebrated by Fr Alex Strachan

Masks must be worn while at mass as per government guidelines and a name and contact number must be given at the door.

Unfortunately there will be no tea or coffee this month however there will be plenty of banter.

 

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CUTE ALERT

12Aug20

We had a lovely wee visit from a beautiful family handing in some donations.

In amongst the bags of clothes we found these lovely wee notes and thought we’d share them with you

 


Twins

11Aug20

Check out this awesome video of twins in the womb !!!

 

 


Monthly update

05Aug20
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St Enoch

18Jul20

Today we celebrate the feast of one of Glasgows very own saints – St Enoch

St Enoch is not only a Glaswegian saint but also a pro-life saint.

She is known as “Scotland’s first recorded rape victim, battered woman and unmarried mother”. A princess thrown out by her father because of her pregnancy, she was rescued by St Serf, the leader of a monastery.  She not only survived in some of the most difficult circumstances but went on to raise her son to be a saint. How can we not be inspired by her strength, courage and love.

In Smug’s mural on George Street, we see a modern-day interpretation of St Enoch cradling St Mungo. Captured on an ordinary Glasgow street is the love of a mother for her child regardless of the hardship she has faced.

 

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CUTE ALERT !!!!

16Jul20

How cute is this wee meerkat!!!

 

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Thank You

13Jul20

 

We have put our time during lockdown to good use !!!

We have finally finished sorting out our downstairs storeroom!!!

There are a few people without whom this would not have been possible and so we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you.

Thank you to the Beating Heart Group from Linlithgow for their very generous donation of our lovely new shelves, in particular Angela Hughes, Eddie Love and Stephen Gallagher.

We would also like to thank the volunteers from Glasgow Students for Life for giving up a weekend to help us build the shelves pre-lockdown.

And most of all our thanks to the wonderful Lily Kearns for organising everything and giving up her time to help us make our plans for the room a reality.