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Inaugural Mass of New Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 7th September 2012 in Christianity |
Friday 7 September 2012Inaugural Mass of New Archbishop of Glasgow    The Inaugural Mass at which Bishop Philip Tartaglia formally takes overas Archbishop of Glasgow will take place at St Andrew s Cathedral, ClydeSt, Glasgow on Saturday 8 September at 11.30am.  The ceremony begins with   the new Archbishop being greeted at the doorof the Cathedral where he will reverence a crucifix and then bless thecongregation with holy water. He will then process to the BlessedSacrament Chapel of the Cathedral for a period of quiet prayer.    The Mass of Inauguration will follow at which Archbishop Mario Contiwill lead his successor to the Cathedra or Bishop s Chair whi...
 

ARCHBISHOP AND FIRST MINISTER TO OPEN SCOTS ITALIAN MEMORIAL GARDEN

Posted by SCMO on 13th May 2011 in Christianity |
ARCHBISHOP AND FIRST MINISTER TO OPEN SCOTS ITALIAN MEMORIAL GARDEN  The Italian Cloister Garden next to St Andrew s Cathedral Glasgow, willbe opened on Monday 16 May at 5.30pm.  Archbishop Mario Conti will be joined by First Minister Alex Salmond,the Italian Ambassador to the UK, Alain Economides, the Lady Provost ofGlasgow and Mr Rando Bertoia, the 91 year old who is the only livinginternee survivor of the Arandora Star tragedy which is commemorated inthe central monument.  Also present will be Giulia Chiarini, the architect from Rome whodesigned the garden and monument and Mayors of the towns from which mostScots Italians come “ Barga and Pistoia in Tus...
 

Archbishop Gerhard Müller to deliver "Cardinal Winning Lecture"

Posted by SCMO on 13th June 2013 in Christianity |
Thursday 13 June 2013   Archbishop Gerhard Müller the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith will visit Scotland this week to deliver the prestigious "Cardinal Winning Lecture" at the University of Glasgow.   The Archbishop who heads the Vatican department charged with promoting and safeguarding Catholic doctrine has a long standing relationship with Scotland and has visited many times. For ten years he was Bishop of Regensburg, which is twinned with Aberdeen, and has visited as the guest of both Bishops Conti and Moran on a number of occasions.   He will also bring a message from Pope Francis to Scotland's Catholics, visit a Ca...
 

ARRANGEMENTS FOR MOURNING FOR POPE JOHN PAUL II IN Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 5th April 2005 in Christianity |
ARRANGEMENTS FOR MOURNING FOR POPE JOHN PAUL II IN Glasgow  Following the death of Pope John Paul II, the following arrangements have been made to allow the people of Glasgow and Paisley to pray for the deceased Pontiff and pay their respects:  Tonight (Tuesday) at 7pm, in every parish in the Archdiocese of Glasgow and the Diocese of Paisley * a total of approximately 140 churches * a Requiem Mass will be celebrated by the local parish priest for Pope John Paul.  Tomorrow night (Wednesday) a solemn Requiem Mass will be offered in St Andrew's Cathedral, Clyde St, Glasgow for the Pope by Monsignor John Gilmartin, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Glasgow and...
 

Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2012 in Christianity |
Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow==STRICT EMBARGO 11AM TUESDAY ==Pope Benedict XVI has today, July 24 2012, appointed Bishop Philip Tartaglia (until now Bishop of Paisley) as Archbishop of Glasgow.   The new Archbishop will succeed Most Rev Mario Joseph Conti, who has been Archbishop since 22 February 2002.  Commenting on the appointment, the new Archbishop-Elect said: I am conscious of the historic place of the Archdiocese of Glasgow in the history of Christianity in Scotland and of its importance for the Catholic community in particular.   It is a great honour for me to be appointed Archbishop of my native city and diocese. Archbishop Tartaglia said...
 

Death of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia

Posted by SCMO on 13th January 2021 in Blogging |
13 January 2021   The following statement has been issued by the Archdiocese of Glasgow:   The Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia, has died suddenly at his home in Glasgow. He was 70 years old.    Archbishop Tartaglia, who had served as Archbishop of Glasgow since 2012, had tested positive for COVID 19 shortly after Christmas and was self-isolating at home.  The cause of death is not yet clear.    The Archbishop had served as leader of Scotland’s largest Catholic community since 2012.  The Pope’s Ambassador to Great Britain, Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti has been informed.  It will be for Pope Francis to appoint a new Archbishop to su...
 
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