A church historian asks what it means to remember the Reformation 500 years after Luther’s revolt against indulgences.
At a Glasgow Newman lecture, Professor Sir Tom Devine reflected on the very different lives of Irish Catholics in Scotland and the USA since the Great Famine. Why, when they started from the same place, he asked, did their lives develop so differently? Continue reading
As St Andrew’s Cathedral in Glasgow celebrates its bi centenary next month, an Open House contributor and local historian looks back at its place in the story of Catholicism in Scotland. Continue reading
Taking the long view
One of Scotland’s best known historians shares his thoughts on Scotland, Brexit and the lessons of history. Continue reading