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Charles Kennedy Funeral - Additional Information

Posted by SCMO on 11th June 2015 in Christianity | Charles Kennedy, funeral, Fort William, additional

The funeral of Charles Kennedy MP, will take place in St. John the Evangelist, Caol, Fort William on Friday 12 June at 12 noon.   The Principal Celebrant will be Monsignor James MacNeil, Administrator of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles. The Parish Priest Fr. Roddy McAuley, will preach the Homily.   The readings for the Mass will be:1st Reading: Ecclesiastes: 3:1-7, 11Psalm: 1392nd Reading: St. Paul's Letter to the Romans: 8:31-35, 37-39   Fourteen children from St. Columba s R.C. Primary school, Lochyside, which Charles Kennedy attended as a child, will sing the Psalm, O God, you search me and you know me . The family have chosen the following ...
 

Charles Kennedy Funeral - Advisory Notice

Posted by SCMO on 11th June 2015 in Christianity | Charles Kennedy, funeral, Fort William, arrangements

The funeral of Charles Kennedy MP, will take place in St. John the Evangelist, Caol, Fort William on Friday 12 June at 12 noon.The Principal Celebrant will be Monsignor James MacNeil, Administrator of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles. The Parish Priest Fr. Roddy McAuley, will preach the Homily.Fourteen children from St. Columba s R.C. Primary school, Lochyside, which Charles Kennedy attended as a child, will sing the Psalm, O God, you search me and you know me .The family have chosen the following hymns: Christ be beside me, Our God loves us, I the Lord of sea and sky, Soul of my Saviour, How Great thou art.Brian McBride, a friend of Charles Kennedy will off...
 

Archbishop Tartaglia on the death of Charles Kennedy

Posted by SCMO on 02nd June 2015 in Christianity | Archbishop Tartaglia, Charles Kennedy

Reacting to the news of Charles Kennedy s death, Archbishop Philip  Tartaglia, President of the Bishops Conference of Scotland, said;   Charles Kennedy s death at the tragically premature age of 55 is a great  loss not only to politics in our country but to the principles of civic  and civilised engagement. His wisdom and courtesy were a mark of his  highland upbringing, his political skill grew from his sharp intellect and  his humility and concern for others was testament to his deeply held  beliefs.   He will be mourned by his family, by many in the world of politics and  within the church, by the parishioners of St. John s Parish in Caol and...
 

St. David’s Primary School children help Zambia’s children.

Posted by SCMO on 05th December 2003 in Christianity |

Dalkeith children send 10,000 dinners to Zambia s hungry children.  Photo Opportunity:  The presentation will take place in St. David s Primary School, Lauder Road,  Dalkeith, EH22 2PU. at 2.00 pm on Wednesday 10th December 2003. Reporters and photographers welcome.  Copy and photographs will be available from ;  Joe McGrath, Development Secretary, MISSIO Scotland. joe@blueyonder.co.uk  Mobile 07980916968  Details:  Pupils of St. David s primary school in Dalkeith today handed over a cheque for £1000 to The Missionary Children s Society to pay for meals for orphan children in St. Charles Community Academy in Zambia. The children are fed a simple meal o...
 

Queen to mark Papal gift to Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 02nd July 2007 in Christianity |

At a reception to be held at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh on Thursday 5 July 2007, the Queen together with both of Scotland s Catholic Archbishops and other Catholic representatives will officially mark the 500th anniversary of the gift of the Sword of State. Mgr. Charles Burns OBE, a retired Scottish priest who is Ecclesiastical Advisor at the British Embassy to the Holy See and an authority on the Sword will also travel from Rome to attend the event.  The Sword of State which forms part of the Honours of Scotland, the Scottish Crown Jewels was presented to King James IV by Pope Julius II in 1507.  The reception will be attended by the President o...
 

Home Secretary urged to "welcome strangers"

Posted by SCMO on 20th December 2004 in Christianity |

Catholic Church urges new Home Secretary to " welcome the stranger in our midst" and to " offer asylum to all those who require it."  Justice and Peace National Secretary Calls for rethink on asylum and immigration  Scottish Catholic Justice and Peace National Secretary Richard McCready has written to the new Home Secretary Charles Clarke congratulating him on his appointment as Home Secretary. Dr McCready highlighted the work which the Commission has done in relation to asylum and immigration and called on Mr Clarke and his colleagues to consider their policy towards asylum.  Richard McCready said, ˜I wanted to congratulate Mr Clarke on his appointment to ...
 
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