Job Vacancy – St Stephen’s RC Primary, Blairgowrie

Vacancies

Principal Teacher, St Stephen’s RC Primary School, Blairgowrie (PKC01088) Ref no: PKC01088 Closes: Sunday, 27th September 2015 Published: Monday, 14th September 2015 Location: St Stephen’s Primary School, Blairgowrie Community Campus, Elm Drive, Blairgowrie Salary: £38,034 – £38,034 per year Hours: 35.00 hours per week Contract Type: Term Time Full Time Position Type: Permanent See more at: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/perth-and-kinross-council/jobs/principal-teacher-st-stephens-rc-primary-school-blairgowrie-pkc01088-27916#sthash.er2AZqLA.dpuf

Cupar Pilgrims on the Camino

Events

On Saturday 5th September parishioners from St Columba’s, Cupar, including their Parish Priest Canon Pat McInally completed the 111km walk along the ancient pilgrim way of St James (known as the ‘Camino’) following the French Route from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. The attached picture shows the group arriving in good spirits at the the entrance to the Cathedral Square …

Catenian’s legal speaker

Lay Associations

Members of the Dundee and Perth Circle of the Catenian Association gathered at the Queens Hotel in Perth last night (Thursday 3rd September) to hear guest speaker, Mrs Donna Brown, senior Procurator Fiscal Depute in Dundee, and who spoke on the work of the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service. L-R Councillor Archie MacLellan, Douglas and Trish Crighton, Raymond Carlin, …

McLellan Commission Report

Press releases

Responding to the report and offering the Public Apology called for in its first recommendation, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia said: “As the President of the Bishops’ Conference, and on behalf of all the Bishops of Scotland, I want to offer a profound apology to all those who have been harmed and who have suffered in any way as a result of …

Pastoral Letter – McLellan Report

Pastoral Letter

My Dear People As you have almost certainly heard already, this week saw the publication of a long awaited Report on the implementation and effectiveness of the Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults in the Catholic Church in Scotland. Almost two years ago now the Bishops of Scotland decided to commission an independent review into the quality of the safeguarding …

Lay Societies hosting Family Fun Days across the Diocese

Events

A series of Family Fun Days is being organised across the Diocese with the first one taking place in Montrose on 5th September, from 11.00 am – 3.30pm. Representatives of the lay societies in the diocese will be there to give out information and talk to anyone who would like to know about the work being done. There will be …