Regensburg and the Scots (Word)
The Scalan Trail
The Scalan Trail Map
Mgr John F Copland
Archbishop Mario Conti
Canon Lewis McWilliam
Priests of the Diocese 1969
Caravan Pilgrim (Anson Extract)
Priest George Gordon
Irish Pilgrimage Anson
St John's Perth
Scalan 9th March 2007
The old chapel
Scalan College 1717-1799
"The time by the goodness of God will come, when the Catholic religion will again flourish in Scotland; and then, when posterity shall enquire, with a laudable curiosity, by what means any sparks of the true faith were preserved in these dismal times of darkness and error, Scalan and the other colleges will be mentioned with veneration, and all that can be recorded concerning them will be recorded with care. . ."
(Rev. John Geddes, Rector of Scalan 1762-65)
This site has information on Roman Catholic Churches in the diocese of Aberdeen and in particular their History. Each link has photographs and a brief history.
The Scalan Association relies on public donations to maintain the buildings and the grounds. £10.00 per person annually.
The newsletter is free to members and aims to keep you in touch with Scalan.
Enquiries to :
Rev. Michael Briody,
133 Glenmore Avenue
Tel 01236 872537
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Scalan on a fine Summer's Day
"Peaceful bounty flowing
Past like the dust blowing,
That harmony of folks and land is shattered.
Peat fire and music,candle-light and kindness...
Now they are gone
@ Douglas Young
from, Tales of The Braes of Glenlivet
Isobel Grant, Ann Dean; compiled by Alasdair Roberts
ISBN 1 84158 028 7