Priests for Scotland

A Life Worth Living

Priests for Scotland

A Life Worth Living

Priests for Scotland

A Life Worth Living

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Devotion to Sacred Scripture

Devotion to Sacred Scripture

Pope Francis on love for Scripture 30th September 2020 marks 1600 years since the traditional date of the death of St Jerome, one of the early Church's most fascinating and learned characters. Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ (St Jerome) Born around 340AD...

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Vocations Awareness Week 2020

Vocations Awareness Week 2020

13th - 20th September 2020 2020 has proven to be a very strange year for all of us, from lockdowns to closed schools, to cancelled holidays and working from home. We have been forced to reconsider some of our priorities and to think about what is truly important for...

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Thinking Vocations for 2020

Thinking Vocations for 2020

Bulletin and Website Notices for Vocations Trinity Sunday to Christ the King 2020 This page offers brief reflections drawn from the readings for Mass from the Sundays and major feast days in the second half of 2020. We hope they can prompt some thought and prayer...

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Word of God Sunday

Word of God Sunday

On the 30th of September 2019, the feast of St Jerome, Pope Francis published an "apostolic letter" under the title "Aperuit Illis" in which he invites us to mark the 3rd Sunday of Ordinary Time each year as "Word of God Sunday". This was something he had already...

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Vocations Awareness Week  2019

Vocations Awareness Week 2019

Vocations Awareness Week 2019 8th - 15th September 2019 Each year, the Church in Scotland sets aside this week as a time for parishes and schools to reflect on the idea of vocation - whether the vocation each of us has as baptised Christians to live our faith or the...

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Weekly Vocations Posts for Parishes 2019

Weekly Vocations Posts for Parishes 2019

Bulletin and Website Notices for Vocations Sundays in Ordinary Time 2019: Weeks 14 - 34 As we did in the earlier part of 2019, we continue to offer here some short reflections for each Sunday and major feast day for the remainder of the year.  Taking as their...

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Thinking Vocations for 2020

Vocations 2019

Bishop John Keenan, the Bishop of Paisley and the bishop responsible for supporting and guiding the work of "Priests for Scotland", issued this message for 2019: a reflection on the joys of 2018, but also a challenge to our young (and not so young!) people to consider...

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Vocations Awareness Week 2018

Vocations Awareness Week 2018

Every year, the Church in Scotland sets aside a week in which we are all asked to reflect on our vocation within the Christian family, a vocation which flows from our shared Baptismal vocation to grow in holiness and in service of others. In particular, we are asked:...

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Covid-19: Emerging from Lockdown

Coronavirus Pandemic

The Bishops of Scotland have issued advice to guide parishes and clergy as they prepare for the gradual re-opening of our churches in line with the Scottish Government's phased approach to ending the "lockdown" occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic. This page has some essential information and documents. Visit the Bishops' Conference website for more details (ww.bcos.org.uk)

Jubilee of Mercy

Jubilee of Mercy

Visit the official page of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, which ran from December 2015 until November 2016.

The Roman Missal Scotland

The Roman Missal Scotland

Musical settings of missal texts must receive an imprimatur from the Bishops' Conference in whose territory they first seek to publish. Click above for a Guide for Composers for those who seek to publish such settings for liturgical use in Scotland.

The St Mungo Singers

st mungo singers

The Church seeks the “full, conscious and active participation” by all the faithful in the liturgy, a fundamental aim for all those involved in public worship.