Posts Tagged ‘family’

Thanks so much for all your support. Over the months of March and April, your donations have been used to support 93 vulnerable families. We have been blessed to have many individuals coming to the door to donate baby equipment they are no longer in need of. Before Easter, the Knights of St Columba (Council 8, Clydebank) donated […]


Auld Joe

23Mar16

Dear friends, it is with a heavy heart that I bring the news that Sr Roseann’s dad has now passed away. He went peacefully and was surrounded by the family. Please keep Auld Joe, the Sisters and the family in your prayers. Rest in Peace Auld Joe     Louise Roxy 1 hr · Kings […]


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Over the years since the Abortion Act was passed, we have heard so many stories from women who have had an abortion and deeply regretted it.  For us in Scotland we have always had our own Margaret Cuthill who has for so long has  led the former  Victims of Abortion and now ARCH.  Without women […]


A week ago, on Tuesday 5th January 2016, the most beautiful inspirational and loving little girl I have ever had the honour of knowing returned to her heavenly Father in her sleep. Quietly, and without any warning, Sara MacMillan left us and I know I speak for literally thousands of you when I say our […]


*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 […]


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 […]



The abortion debate is full of euphemisms!  Why can’t people speak properly about what it’s all about?  The legal killing of tiny human babies for many complex reasons. This article from boundforlife.com gives us an insight into what pressure can be brought to bear to parents when they are not looking for an abortion.  It demonstrates how […]


When women are given a prenatal diagnosis of disability it can be huge shock and alot of support and advice is needed as well as information.  This story http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3272622/Pregnant-mom-reveals-devastation-finding-unborn-baby-syndrome-says-love-child-no-matter-what.html  gives us the very real reaction mothers can have, in this case finding out the diagnosis is Downs Syndrome.  Fear of the unknown is the first reaction […]