The roots of Patrick are difficult to trace, whilst Ireland maintains his place as their patron, there is a strong link between Scotland and the patron. Canon Gerard Conroy, Parish Priest at St Patrick’s Dumbarton considers our latest saint of Scotland.
In the next of our ‘Saints of Scotland’ series, we encounter St Duthac. Famed in Medieval Scotland, Duthac nowadays is little known beyond the Ross-shire town of Tain. Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB reflects on the legacy of Duthac.
As the season of Lent begins, our series documenting the ancient Stations Churches of Rome returns too. We begin in the heart of the city, a stones throw from Piazza Navona, at the station for the First Saturday in Lent, St Augustine.
The annual celebration of St. Kentigern has been taking place this weekend in Scotland. This is the sermon preached by the Rector, Fr. Dan Fitzpatrick, during Mass in the College to celebrate the patron of Glasgow.