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.
Father Hugh Kelly this year celebrated his Golden Jubilee. He and other jubilarians joined the community for our celebration of St. Andrew’s Day this year, and here, he reflects on his priesthood.
Monsignor Charles Burns, from the Diocese of Paisley, has celebrated 60 years of priestly ministry this year and as one of the jubilarians at St. Andrew’s Day Mass in the Scots College, preached to the community.
As the Scots College community prepares for the new academic year, there is a chance to reflect on the experiences of the summer. Charles Coyle, from the Diocese of Motherwell, considers his time in Kenya this summer.