The Investiture Service of the Grand Bailiwick of Scotland was held over the weekend of Friday 27th and Saturday 28th May. The venue this year was the impressive setting of the Canongate Church in Edinburgh.
On the Friday evening around 30 Members and friends of the Order from all over Scotland gathered in the Macdonald Hotel for a light supper hosted by the Grand Baillie of the Order Colonel John Kelly. We were pleased to have four members from the Grand Priory of England and Wales join us for the event.

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In response to the Papal Bull Misericordiae Vultus of April 2015, the Grand Priory of the Maltese Islands organized a pilgrimage to the Holy Door of the Cathedral of St. Paul at Mdina on the 12th June generally reserved as the Jubilee for diseased people and those who assist them.

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This event was hosted by the Commandery of Wales whose Commander, Chevalier Dr David Woolf KLJ, is to be congratulated on his hard work and attention to detail, which contributed in no small part to a successful occasion.

Nearly 70 members and guests attended the Vigil at 7.00pm on Friday 15th April in the Abbey Church at Belmont, during which 9 postulants made their vows of dedication before the Chaplain-General, Colonel The Revd Fr Ian Evans QHC, SChLJ, MMLJ, and all were led in meditation of The Beatitudes. The Grand Prior, The Most Honourable the Marquis of Lothian PC, GCLJ and the Bailiff, H.E. The Chevalier Charles Holloway, GCLJ, KMLJ were in attendance. Afterwards, a dinner at Hedley Lodge, formerly part of the Benedictine Community’s buildings, fortified the inner man.

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Some 40 members and friends of the Order joined together in the George Suite of the Millennium Hotel in Glasgow for the annual Spring Dinner. The evening started with a pre-dinner drink where friends could renew acquaintances and new friendships formed in a very congenial atmosphere. Prior to the meal Chev Ross Mennie, our Master of Ceremonies, invited His Excellency Chev Roy Scott, Chancellor of the Order in Scotland, to say a few words of welcome. Rev Alexander MacDonald said the grace.

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