The 100th Anniversary of the
From Diabolical Disorientation to Brand New Religion
“Pope John Paul II hinted that the [full disclosure of the]Third Secret would be embarrassing to Church authorities because it concerns a crisis of faith and discipline for which they themselves are responsible”
(Christopher A. Ferrara: The Secret Still Hidden, p.39)
Catholic Truth Team
From Lay Apostolate To Lay Ministry
Father Robert Mann SCJ
Fatima & The Crisis in the Church – Joining Up The Dots
Father Nicholas Mary C.SS.R.
Fatima & Pope Francis – Joining Up The Dots
To mark, too…
The 100th Edition of The Catholic Truth Newsletter
“In the case of the [Catholic Truth] publication there is no more fearless example of lay opinion challenging episcopacy in the English-speaking world…”
(Gerard Carruthers, The Role of the Catholic Laity in the Next Ten Years, Newman Association Supplement, 70th anniversary edition, 2012)
Editor, Catholic Truth
Calling Catholics To Account in Scotland & Beyond
On Saturday, 13 May, 2017
2 Hilton Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, G64 2PN
Ten minutes drive from city, free car park: Buses leave from Buchanan St bus station, stop on Kirkintilloch Road just along from The Eagle Lodge,
Bus Number 88/88A/88C 89 89A 89B
Note: there is no disabled access.
The Conference suite is on first floor – some steps, but no lift.
Registration 12.00 pm
(Lunches may be purchased between 12-1 pm)
Evening meals from 7 p.m for those who choose to eat in the adjoining
Oregano at the Eagle Lodge Restaurant –
A La Carte Menu available for those who choose
to purchase an evening meal.
Tea, coffee, biscuits provided at afternoon break in cabaret style Conference suite.
Fatima Literature & Piety stall also in Conference suite.
Conference 1 pm – 6.30 pm
(Tickets £10 – £5 for under sixteens & unemployed)
Please make cheques payable to Catholic Truth
and mail to 10 Newton Place, Glasgow, G3 7PR.
Or pay by bank transfer – email firstname.lastname@example.org
for our account details.
Update… 25th April
There are still some tickets available to purchase,
including e-tickets, until 5th May, when the register closes.
Note: tickets must be booked in advance; no entry on the day
without pre-booked ticket