Truly I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of my brothers and sisters,
you did it to me.
The foundation of the Church’s social teaching is the Gospel and the teaching of Jesus Christ about the dignity of the human person. Everyone is made in the image and likeness of God and has a dignity that does not depend on age, race, gender, wealth or any other attribute.
Justice and Peace is the channel established by the church to make its social teaching known to all its members and to encourage action for the common good.
To work for justice and to pray for peace … these are not optional extras for a Catholic. They are essential threads in the very weave of Catholic living. Justice and Peace..should offer focus, guidance and practical opportunities for concerned persons to engage with society in a way which brings the values of the Gospel to the issues of the day. Archbishop Mario Conti, 2009.
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Welcoming fellow citizens and visitors to Glasgow at the Celtic Connections Festival 2018.
Supported by choirs and instrumentalists at St Aloysius, Garnethill for a joy-filled sung Mass. The St Mungo Singers, cantors, and members of Glasgow parish choirs will be joined as they have been since it started by the choir of St Mungo’s, Alloa. Instrumentalists with Piper and Harpist will add colour to the occasion. Concelebrants please bring albs. Vestments, including the Sacred Threads ‘Vestments of the Celtic Saints’, will be provided. Homilist Canon Fr Dermot Preston S.J. and chief concelebrant Mgr Peter Magee. All are welcome Admission free
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There is nothing like a chat with two prospective SPRED volunteers to lift the spirits on an icy January afternoon. It may be miserable outside, but inside our hearts are full of joy. God is good indeed!
Thinking of finding out more about becoming part of the SPRED family? Our information evening is on Tuesday 6th February in the SPRED Centre from 7 until 9 p.m. Call or message to find out more or just come along at 7 on 6th February.
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