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Learning life lessons in Uganda

I OFFICIALLY ceased to be a teacher of Religious Education in the east end of Glasgow in January of last year and began my new role as Education and Fundraising Officer for the Pontifical Mission Societies that same month. One of the first tasks in my new role was to work with Sr Stacey Cameron, of the Sisters of St Peter Claver, on a missionary experience with pupils from two South Lanarkshire secondary schools. This was made all the easier because Sr Stacey and I are friends who had travelled to Zambia in Africa with some of my former pupils while I was still their teacher. Together we were leading Missio Scotland’s ‘Get Involved Globally’ programme with ten pupils and two deputy headteach

2019 Christmas Artwork Contest Winners

Our popular Christmas Artwork competition returned this year, encouraging pupils from across Scotland’s dioceses to submit their artistic interpretations of people and events associated with Christmas such as: The Nativity; the Magi; the shepherds; Mary with the Baby Jesus; the Holy Family; the new-born Jesus in the manger; and the Angel Gabriel. Once again, everyone at the Missio Scotland office was impressed and delighted by both the quality and quantity of the entries received. In the Archdiocese of Edinburgh, Primary 6 pupil Morgan Healey, from St Mary's Primary School in Bathgate, produced a wonderfully vibrant image of the sleeping Baby Jesus. A colourful depiction of the Magi brought

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