St Mungo 2020 - YOUTH DEDICATION

Youth Dedication

Glasgow Cathedral, Cathedral Precinct, Castle Street G4 0RH 12.00  Whitehill Secondary School and St Mungo’s Academy will meet the at the Tomb of St Mungo, wreaths will be laid. A warm welcome from Rev Mark Johnstone, Minister Glasgow Cathedral.   BOOK HERE > St Mungo Festival 2020 – Youth Dedication

St Mungo 2020 - MUNGO’S BAIRNS

Mungo’s Bairns

Wellington Church 77 Southpark Ave G12 8LE  Presentations created by School Groups to celebrate Birthday of St Mungo and the City . See how schools bring MUNGO’s story alive 2020 style with patter, songs and poems. St Mungo’s Bairns is an open access event. Hosted by Glasgow Churches Together supported by students from Royal Conservatoire Read more about Mungo’s Bairns[…]

St Mungo 2020 - Professor Bob Davis

Launch Of The Festival

LECTURE: Professor Robert Davis St Mungo Museum of Religious Art, 2 Castle Street G4 0RH Chair Professor Stephen McKinney 5.30pm book a place and enjoy wine reception. Dr James Macaulay vote of thanks, Mediaeval Glasgow Trust  6.00 -7.00pm  Lecture PROFESSOR Robert Davis  Urban Change & Smart Cities look at perspectives of emerging from mediaeval cathedral town into the reformation Read more about Launch Of The Festival[…]

St Enoch Feast Day 2019

Celebrating St Enoch Most Glaswegians will know the name “St Enoch” but very few will know the true story of who she was: the mother of Glasgow’s patron saint, St Mungo. Saint Enoch has been described as “Scotland’s first recorded rape victim, battered woman and unmarried mother” – a very modern saint for the #MeToo Read more about St Enoch Feast Day 2019[…]

Lecture: ‘The earliest lives of the Saints in the Scots vernacular (c. 1375)’ Dr Theo Van Heijnsbergen

The collection of saints lives in Scots from the late Middle Ages, known as the Legends of the Saints, is a hugely understudied text but is recently receiving more attention. Jessica Reid and Theo van Heijnsbergen from the Scottish Literature department at Glasgow University will present and discuss several of the most striking and important Read more about Lecture: ‘The earliest lives of the Saints in the Scots vernacular (c. 1375)’ Dr Theo Van Heijnsbergen[…]