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Ordination of new Bishop of Paisley

The Episcopal Ordination of Fr John Keenan as the new Bishop of Paisley will take place at St. Mirin’s Cathedral in Paisley on Wednesday 19 March 2014 at 7pm.

Pope Francis appoints new Bishop of Paisley

Pope Francis has today (Saturday 8 February 2014) appointed Fr John Keenan, as Bishop of Paisley.

Spiritual Support for Safeguarding

A ‘Dedication and Commissioning Service’ for all those who work in Safeguarding in the Diocese of Motherwell will take place on Feb 2nd at Our Lady of Good Aid Cathedral in Motherwell. The service will take place during Solemn Vespers at 5pm.

Installation of new Bishop of Dunkeld

The Mass of Installation of the Right Reverend Stephen Robson as Bishop of Dunkeld Will take place in St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Dundee on 9 January 2014.

Pope Francis appoints new Bishop of Dunkeld

Pope Francis has today appointed Bishop Stephen Robson, currently Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh as the new Bishop of Dunkeld. 

Archbishop Leo Cushley delivers Scottish Parliament’s 'Time For Reflection'

Delivering the "Time For Reflection” in the Scottish Parliament today, Archbishop Leo Cushley, the Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, welcomed the opportunity to address the Parliament and told MSP’s that Scots law has been heavily influenced by Christian belief

Pope's message to Glasgow following helicopter tragedy

Pope Francis has sent a message expressing his "closeness" to the people of Glasgow following the Clutha helicopter tragedy.

Archbishop of Glasgow offers special Mass after helicopter tragedy

The Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia, will today offer a special Mass at St Andrew's Cathedral for all who have been involved in the Clutha helicopter tragedy.

Scotland’s Catholic Bishops announce range of safeguarding initiatives

The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland has today announced details of three safeguarding initiatives, which will be launched over the next 12 months.

Catholic Church pledges support for Philippines

Following the devastation caused in the Philippines by Typhoon Haiyan last week, the President of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia has written to his counterpart Archbishop Palma in Manila promising both spiritual and financial support for those affected, from Scotland’s Catholic community.

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