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Scotland’s Archbishops urge Referendum participation

Both of Scotland’s Catholic Archbishops; Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow and Archbishop Leo Cushley of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, will this weekend (30 & 31 August) distribute pastoral messages on the Independence Referendum to be read at all Masses.

Statement on Fergusons of Port Glasgow from Bishop John Keenan

Statement on Fergusons of Port Glasgow from Bishop John Keenan, Bishop of Paisley

Church sets pace with innovative sport and faith conference

Pope Francis has sent his good wishes and prayers to athletes and theologians gathering at a conference in Glasgow on the eve of the Commonwealth Games.

Archbishop Leo Cushley receives his Pallium from Pope Francis

On Sunday, June 29, 2014, the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, Archbishop Leo Cushley will receive his Pallium from Pope Francis.

New Rector nominated for Royal Scots College Spain

In a dual announcement the Bishops of Scotland have nominated a new Rector for the Royal Scots College, Salamanca, Spain and have asked him to do the preparatory work for the re-opening of the College as a Seminary.

HOMILY OF BISHOP JOSEPH TOAL AT HIS INSTALLATION AS BISHOP OF MOTHERWELL

HOMILY OF BISHOP JOSEPH TOAL AT HIS INSTALLATION AS BISHOP OF MOTHERWELL

Archbishop Leo Cushley, Opinion Column, Sunday Times 22 June 2014

Archbishop Leo Cushley, Opinion Column, Sunday Times 22 June 2014

Pope invited to Glasgow

Glasgow’s Archbishop, Philip Tartaglia has written to Pope Francis
asking him to consider a day visit to the city to mark the 400th
anniversary of the martyrdom of St John Ogilvie, who was executed at
Glasgow Cross on 10 March 1615.

Communications Sunday 2014

This Sunday the Church reminds us of the great responsibility that is ours for the world of communications. In a letter to be read at all Masses, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia highlights the need to bring "a Christian presence to the world of digital communications"

PAPAL BLESSING FOR SCOTLAND’S ITALIAN CHAPEL

Pope Francis has sent a special blessing to mark the 70th anniversary of one of Scotland’s most unusual landmarks. The Italian Chapel in Orkney was built during the Second World War by Italian POWs and has since become the island’s number one tourist attraction.

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