International

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Mission to day: the Francis effect

DUNCAN MACLAREN

The annual celebration of Mission Sunday in the Catholic Church takes place on 20th October.  An experienced worker in the field of international development reflects on the shifting focus of the church’s understanding of mission. Continue reading

Opening hearts and minds

DUNCAN MACLAREN

The former director of SCIAF addressed the issue of attitudes to refugees and asylum seekers at service in Glasgow Cathedral on 13th January, the feast of St Mungo, as part of the city’s annual St Mungo Festival. Continue reading

From the Firth of Forth to the Indian Ocean

HONOR HANIA and ALISON CLARK

As summer holiday cruises become increasingly popular, two Open House contributors highlight the changing role of the church’s ministry to seafarers.  Honor looks at its history, and Alison at one chaplain’s journey from the Firth of Forth to the Indian Ocean. Continue reading

Letter from America: The cult of the gun

MICHAEL L O’NEILL

April 4th was the 50th anniversary of the assassination, by shotgun, of Martin Luther King Jr in Memphis, Tennessee, and June 6th will be the 50th anniversary of Robert F (Bobby) Kennedy’s assassination, by hand gun, in Los Angeles, California. Continue reading

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CONFERENCE PAPERS

In June 2019 Open House held a conference exploring possible new directions for the Catholic Church in Scotland. See conference papers.


Open House also held a conference on the role of lay people in the governance of the Catholic Church in November 2013. See conference papers.