Why not take a bot of time to reflect on Sunday’s Gospel? In the age of the world wide web and of 24/7 television news travels fast. From events in New Zealand with the awful slaying of ordinary men and women at prayer to the destruction takiread more
Fourth Sunday Lent When I was growing up in Blantyre my parents, especially my mother, were fans of a singer called Teresa Mullen. She was not a big name, just a local singer whose forte was Irish ballads and so on. She sang often in the Knights Clread more
An Ideal Husband is not how I might describe myself in the personal ads of a social media-dating site. It is the title of a play by the Irish playwright Oscar Wilde. Some years past a former parishioner of mine kick started a very successful acting careerread more
The latest news for schools from Justice and Peace Scotland
This year Vocations Awareness Week takes as its theme a phrase from St Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians: “We are God’s work of art” (see Eph 2:9). By these words, St Paul invites us to consider how God has made us and called usread more
Justice and Peace Scotland have released their first schools’ update for the session.
Resources for use during the season of Advent: Advent reflections, video resources, teaching materials and links to useful websites are available at: https://sces.org.uk/advent-week-reflections/ and Advent Learning Resources
The SCES office remains closed in line with government health advice. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact a member of the team.
SCES has worked with diocesan advisers to create a suite of teaching resources which can be used for learning and teaching in the classroom and/or for home learning. These are designed to cover the first 10 weeks of the school term, cover P1 – S6, aread more
Registration for the Pope Francis Faith Award (2020 – 2022) is now open. Schools can register using the jotform link https://form.jotform.com/202194235235348 All resources are available on the website.