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The Martyrdom of St John Ogilvie is currently touring Scotland, as part of Lentfest, the Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project's arts and music festival. Originally performed in 2012, the production forms part of the celebrations to mark 400 years since the Jesuit saint's death.The play is written by Stephen Callaghan, who also plays the 17th century martyr. He has added a new prologue for the Ogilvie 400 anniverary. In it, people of different faith backgrounds meet at the Shrine of St John...
Fr Peter Granger-Banyard SJ will be one of the participants in an event of music, word, visuals and song to mark the 400th anniversary of the martyrdom of St John Ogilvie SJ in 1615. The Jesuit chaplain to St Aloysius College, who has appeared on An Island Parish on BBC 1, will be taking part alongside some of the top acts that have appeared at Lentfest, the arts project initiated by the Archdiocese of Glasgow.Brave Faith is bringing artists together under one roof across two evenings that are...
The Martyrdom of Saint John Ogilvie, written and directed by Stephen Callaghan, will be performed at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow, as part of the 400th anniversary of the Jesuit saint's martyrdom in 1615. Following the musical and liturgical celebrations at St Aloysius Church, Garnethill and St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow, it will be performed at the Scottish Youth Theatre, Old Sherriff Court Building, Brunswick Street, Glasgow on Thursday and Friday 12 and 13 March (7.30pm). It will...