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Student Pastoral Planning Team
- Salamanca Study Week
- Pilgrimage to Rome
- Pancake Tuesday
24 Jan‘Using inter-religious dialogue as a way of approaching disagreement with Church teaching in Roman Catholic religious education’.
19 OctProfessor James Arthur , University of Birmingham and Honorary Professor of the School of Education, University of Glasgow gave a stimulating public lecture on October 6th entitled, Public and Catholic, the 1918 Education (Scotland) Act and the Identity of Catholic Schools.
19 OctHe gave a seminar on Judaism, Christianity and Islam: Spiritual Resources for Peace where he reflected upon how the world’s great montheistic faiths are uniquely placed to be resources for peace in their diverse cultural contexts.