New Dawn Scotland - Virtual Conference

Schedule

Online conference. Watch on YouTube or Facebook. Details on the New Dawn Scotland website.

Friday 28 August

7.00pm     Welcome – Praise and clips from New Dawn International Leaders
7.30pm     Holy Mass
8.15pm     Introduction to Talk 1 The Holy Spirit

Saturday 29 August

10.30am    Welcome - Children’s Ministry and Zoom Session
12.00pm    Welcome - Youth Ministry Pre-recorded talk released
1.30pm      ND Youth ministry  Zoom Session 1
4.00pm      Welcome - Praise – Introduction to Talk 2 Reconciliation
7.00pm      Healing Service to include Talk 3

Sunday 30th August

12.00pm    Welcome - Youth Ministry Pre-recorded talk released
1.30pm      Fr Peter Morris and ND Youth ministry  Zoom Session 2
3.30pm      Welcome - Praise – Introduction to Talk 4 Mary the Mother of the Church
6.00pm      Welcome - Praise – Introduction to Talk 5 Evangelisation
7.00pm      Holy Mass
8.00pm      Closing out the conference – Blessing from the Priests

Hope is Important: New Dawn Conference launches on Friday

The New Dawn Scotland virtual conference begins this Friday and one speaker aims to highlight hope in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Fr Nicholas Grace IVE, of The Holy Family Parish (Our Lady & St Brides, Cowdenbeath and St Joseph's, Kelty) is a featured speaker at the three-day online event.

— Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh (@archedinburgh) August 17, 2020

New Dawn in Scotland is a charismatic movement of the Church, part of a "worldwide association of people who desire to display the Catholic church in all Her splendour. It is Eucharistic-centred, Sacramental, Marian and Spirit-filled".

The virtual conference takes place from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 August with speakers including Bishop John Keenan and Dr Ralph Martin, professor of Theology at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. The programme includes Holy Mass, Rosary, testimonies, teaching, healing sessions and lots more. There are talks on The Holy Spirit, Reconciliation, Healing, Mary Our Mother and Evangelisation.

Fr Nicholas, a priest of the Institute of the Incarnate Word (IVE), has spoken at previous New Dawn Conferences, which are usually held in St Andrews. He added: "I’ve enjoyed praise and worship and taking part. Though I’m not a charismatic, it’s had a positive effect on me. They are impressive people, people of faith.

"Having studied the theological virtue of hope I wanted to share the fruit of my studies. I’ll try to present the things that can help hope and those which are detrimental to it. Those which are detrimental to it include desperation, and as Catholics it is our job to offer consolation to those who are feeling down and desperate."

Fr Nicholas gives his talk on the theological virtue of hope on Sunday at 12pm. Find out more about his vocation journey here. There is no need to register for the conference, simply watch it on The New Dawn Scotland YouTube channel.  Full details are on the New Dawn in Scotland website.

Schedule

Get ready for the New Dawn Scotland Virtual Conference!

The New Dawn in Scotland event goes online this year - and promises to be all praising and prayerful!

The virtual conference takes place from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 August with speakers including Bishop John Keenan and Dr Ralph Martin, professor of Theology at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit.

The programme includes Holy Mass, Rosary, testimonies, teaching, healing sessions and lots more.

Five talks will folllow the five themes of the conference: The Holy Spirit; Reconciliation; Healing; Mary, Mother of the Church; Evangelisation.

Fr Nicholas Grace, of The Holy Family Parish (Our Lady & St Brides, Cowdenbeath and St Joseph's, Kelty) is also a featured speaker and there are children's and youth ministry sessions.

New Dawn in Scotland is part of a "worldwide association of people who desire to display the Catholic church in all Her splendour. It is Eucharistic-centred, Sacramental, Marian and Spirit-filled". Find out more here.

Watch the conference on YouTubeorFacebook. Further details are on the New Dawn in Scotland website.

Schedule

Friday 28 August

7.00pm     Welcome – Praise and clips from New Dawn International Leaders
7.30pm     Holy Mass
8.15pm     Introduction to Talk 1 The Holy Spirit

Saturday 29 August

10.30am    Welcome - Children’s Ministry and Zoom Session
12.00pm    Welcome - Youth Ministry Pre-recorded talk released
1.30pm      ND Youth ministry  Zoom Session 1
4.00pm      Welcome - Praise – Introduction to Talk 2 Reconciliation
7.00pm      Healing Service to include Talk 3

Sunday 30th August

12.00pm    Welcome - Youth Ministry Pre-recorded talk released
1.30pm      Fr Peter Morris and ND Youth ministry  Zoom Session 2
3.30pm      Welcome - Praise – Introduction to Talk 4 Mary the Mother of the Church
6.00pm      Welcome - Praise – Introduction to Talk 5 Evangelisation
7.00pm      Holy Mass
8.00pm      Closing out the conference – Blessing from the Priests