An Archaeology of Memory: Scotland’s Early Saints

Catherine Mooney will talk on the places and environments associated with Scotland’s early Saints using photography by Thomas Joshua Cooper > REGISTER HERE Catherine Mooney has been visiting sites of the early Celtic saints (up to 750AD) for the last seven years. She has been accompanied by her husband, Thomas Joshua Cooper. They research a location associated with a Read more about An Archaeology of Memory: Scotland’s Early Saints[…]

Mungo’s Bairns

> REGISTER AT EVENTBRITE HERE Wellington Church on University Avenue and Glasgow Churches Together have been presenting Mungo’s Bairns every year during the Festival and will continue to do so this year in a changed format. Using archive materials, videos, photographs and recordings this event will celebrate the life of Glasgow’s Patron Saint.     Read more about Mungo’s Bairns[…]

Opening of the Vita Kentigerni

A presentation of the manuscript of St Mungo’s life kept in Glasgow’s Mitchell Library > REGISTER AT EVENTBRITE An online presentation of the manuscript of the life of Glasgow’s patron saint written by Jocelyn of Furness in the twelfth  century. There will be readings from the text, music from Glasgow’s St Mungo Singers and Russian Read more about Opening of the Vita Kentigerni[…]

Youth Dedication

A service of dedication of Glasgow’s Youth to St Mungo REGISTER AT EVENTBRITE A short service of dedication of the Glasgow’s youth to St Mungo, presented by Rev Mark Johnson, minister of Glasgow Cathedral with contributions from local schoolchildren. The event will be shown through Zoom.

‘Mediaeval Glasgow in Scottish Literature’ – a lecture by Prof. Gerry Carruthers

A lecture given by Prof. Gerry Carruthers of the University of Glasgow > REGISTER AT EVENTBRITE This lecture on Glasgow’s history considers the depiction of Scotland’s great city of the west in the literature of the Middle Ages before moving on to consider continuity and change in its literary depiction in Reformation and Renaissance periods. Read more about ‘Mediaeval Glasgow in Scottish Literature’ – a lecture by Prof. Gerry Carruthers[…]