First Sunday of Lent: John Ogilvie

First Sunday of Lent: John Ogilvie

In the first of a series of Lenten reflections, Bobby Taylor considers St John Ogilvie as a model for Christians in Lent. Tasked with the job of writing the reflection for the First Sunday of Lent, it struck me that today also marks the 414th anniversary of the...
Rector’s Christmas Reflection

Rector’s Christmas Reflection

If you have been redirected here and are looking for the live stream of our 2020 Christmas Liturgies, please click here. The community of the Pontifical Scots College wishes our families, friends and benefactors a blessed Christmas. Below, the Rector gives his...
Gaudete Sunday – A Reflection

Gaudete Sunday – A Reflection

In the third post in our series of Advent reflections, Christopher Furmage of the Diocese of Motherwell thinks about the theme of rejoicing in the readings of Gaudete Sunday. On the Third Sunday of Advent, also known as ‘Gaudete Sunday’, we light the rose...
Second Sunday of Advent – A Reflection

Second Sunday of Advent – A Reflection

During the season of Advent, our seminarians share their reflections on the Sunday readings. Today, Paul Laverty of the Diocese of Paisley reflects on the theme of preparation. ______________________ Today, we are presented with the Gospel passage by Luke in which St...
First Sunday of Advent – A Reflection

First Sunday of Advent – A Reflection

During the season of Advent, our seminarians share their reflections on the Sunday readings. Today, Ciaràn Rooney, of the Archdiocese of Glasgow, asks what we can do for others this festive season… ______________________ The word Advent (Adventus in Latin) stems...