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Protestant Pastor in Glasgow on Vaccination of Children & State Intrusion into Family Life

Government Decision to vaccinate children for Covid: I write to you about the current situation concerning vaccinations against covid for children aged 12-15, which will affect directly some of our families with teenagers at school. Some parents have asked me to say something on this, and I believe it is an issue that affects...

Irony: Climate Conference (COP26) To Be Hosted in Glasgow City – An Environmental Disaster!

From the Daily Mail... Environmental disaster they WON'T be talking about at climate change summit in Glasgow: How Nicola Sturgeon's SNP turned one of Britain's greatest cities into a stinking dump infested with giant rats When Joe Biden visits Glasgow for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in a few weeks, he will doubtless see the...

Scots Minister on Totalitarian Covid Measures as Bishops Remain Silent…

From the YouTube Platform... "My biggest fear over this last year has not been for the Covid, but of the creeping totalitarianism it has brought about." Rev. Dr. William Philip ... Comment:  If you recall, front page in the May newsletter I published a short report on the successful court challenge brought by 27 Protestant Ministers, led...

Lockdown Easing Reversal: The Never-Ending Medical Tyranny in Scotland …

From Lockdown Sceptics... Scotland’s Supreme Leader, Nic Sturge-On, has announced that the lockdown rules in place in some areas will remain in force after Monday. The Sun has more. The Scots First Minister revealed Glasgow and Moray will remain subject to tougher Level 3 restrictions on Monday as the rest of mainland Scotland drops to Level 2. It...

Is Scotland Following USA – Lawless, Anti-Police, Pro-Illegal Immigration?

LONDON (AP) — Two men detained by British immigration officials in Glasgow were released Thursday after a seven-hour standoff between hundreds of protesters and Scottish police. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon slammed the “unacceptable” action by Britain's Home Office to detain the Indian men, especially as it came during celebrations for the Muslim holiday of...

UK: Anti-Lockdown Protest Turns Violent – Surprised (It Took So Long) Folks?

Eight police officers have been injured as anti-lockdown protests in central London turned violent. © Dominic Lipinski Anti-lockdown protesters hold a placard at a protest in Hyde Park (Dominic Lipinski/PA) Demonstrators hurled bottles as officers attempted to disperse the crowds in Hyde Park on Saturday evening, the Metropolitan Police said. Photographs posted on social media show a female...

COP26: Should Scots Bishops Refuse Pro-Abort President Biden Holy Communion?

From Flourish - official publication of the Archdiocese of Glasgow... Is Glasgow set to host Pope’s plea for planet?  The future of the planet and the welfare of the world’s inhabitants – these are the issues facing world leaders as they come to Glasgow later this year for the UN Climate Change Conference known as COP26....

7/10: Feast of the Holy Rosary… For Your Diary – Public Rosary in Glasgow, 10/10

Comment:  The above hymn is set to a different tune from that with which most of us in Scotland grew up, but which is nowhere to be found on YouTube.  In any event, it's a pretty tune, and gives honour to Our Lady on this beautiful Feast of the Most Holy Rosary... Notice. . .  Our blogger...

Archbishop of Glasgow: Most Catholics Faithless, But No Return To Tradition…

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, Glasgow A Lent challenge: Do I really believe? (From March 2020 edition of Flourish) I believe in miracles … do you? That’s the powerful question asked by Archbishop Tartaglia this month as Lent begins in earnest. In a powerful interview with Flourish, Glasgow’s Archbishop calls for a new effort at fostering devotion to...

10/3: Feast of Scots Martyr St John Ogilvie – His Life/Death & Miracles Now Meaningless in Modern Scotland?

Background… John Ogilvie was the eldest son of Walter Ogilvie, a respected Calvinist who owned the estate of Drumnakeith in Banffshire. At the age of twelve he was sent to Europe to be educated. He attended a number of Benedictine establishments and eventually, he decided to become a Catholic. The first part of the 17th century...