Mgr Ken McCaffrey with Mr Sean Hagney (headteacher) and senior pupils from St John’s High School, Dundee at Ss Peter & Paul’s Church for the 90th Anniversary of the founding of their school.
Congratulations to Sean McFarlane, a parishioner at Ss Peter & Paul’s RC Church, Dundee. He was the winner of the Cleary Cup for fostering links between his school, St John’s High School, Dundee, and his parish. Sean is pictured here with Mgr Ken McCaffrey, his parish priest.
Mgr Ken McCaffrey, parish priest at Ss Peter & Paul’s, Dundee congratulated parishioner Mrs Fiona McLagan on her retirement after ten years as headteacher at the city’s St John’s High School. “What a wonderful contribution she has made to Catholic Education and to enhancing Marist Values,” said Mgr McCaffrey.
Staff and pupils from St Thomas’ Primary School, Arbroath, with Bishop Stephen Robson, Fr Andrew Marshall and Deacon Arthur Grant, after celebrating the Sacrament of Confirmation. (Photo courtesy of Eddie Mahoney)
Congratulations to all of the children from Fergus Primary, Dundee who celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation with Bishop Stephen and Fr Alexander at Ss Leonard & Fergus Church, Dundee. Thanks to their teacher, Mr Christie and to the sponsors and parents for preparing our children so well.
The annual Mass for teachers in Dunkeld Diocese, due to have taken place in February this year, was postponed due to the lockdown. Finally, on Thursday 3rd June, the teachers were able to come together to reflect on what has been one of the most difficult times for both staff and pupils in our Catholic Schools and across the whole …
Bishop Stephen Robson attended St Stephen’s Church on the Third Sunday of Advent to share in the parish’s First Holy Communion celebrations and to confer the Sacrament of Confirmation on eight young people. Both celebrations had been delay from earlier in the year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Fr Gregory express a warm welcome to the Bishop Robson and congratulated …
Bishop Stephen welcomes the return of staff and pupils with few words of introduction and a special blessing – and Mrs Mary O’Duffin, Dunkeld’s RE Advisor, looks at how schools are adapted to some new rules – but also at the support that we receive from regular prayer and from the sacraments.
Bishop Robson celebrated a Mass for schools on Wednesday 24th of June, at 11am, from St Joseph’s Convent Chapel, at Lawside, Dundee. It was streamed and recorded for later viewing. Bishop Stephen said, “These past months have been hard for teachers, parents and carers and children who have been missing school. From S1 to S6 there has been much suffering …
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