Monsignor William Canon Clapperton Remembered

After a time of relaxation over the Christmas holidays, followed by an intense study period around the time of exams, the Scots College community reconvened for the second semester of classes last week. The start of the semester coincided with the 50th anniversary of one of the community’s best loved figures: Monsignor William Canon Clapperton, Rector of the College between 1922 and 1958.

Remembrance Sunday

On Sunday 11th November, the students of the Scots College joined those of the Venerable English College and the Pontifical Beda College for Mass in commemoration of all the war dead. The Mass takes place each year in San Silvestro, the British national Church here in Rome. The solemnity of this year’s celebration was added[…]

Weekend of Human Formation

Recently, the College community was joined once more by Dr Michael Ross and Dr Mary Keenan-Ross to resume the formal programme of human formation. The focus of this most recent session was to spend some time considering values and habits, and how these might be developed in such a way as to make us more effective Christians and priests.  […]