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Reform of the House of Lords- Response of the Roman Catholic Bishops of Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 7th February 1999 in Christianity |
In  expressing their gratitude for the opportunity to make a submission to the Royal Commission in the reform of the House of Lords, the Catholic Bishops Scotland welcomed the Government's stated intention of looking "for ways increasing the representation in The Lords of other religious traditions"  The Bishops considered that it would be inappropriate for Bishops of the Roman Catholic Church to take up seats in the reformed House of Lords."Our preferred solution", stated the Bishops, " would be for the appointment of lay people, of wisdom and experience, to the House of Lords with the explicit mandate of representing the interests and concerns of the Roman C...

Cardinal O'Brien's WYD lectures

Posted by SCMO on 22nd August 2005 in Christianity |
Cardinal O'Brien's WYD lectures.  Attending last week's World Youth day events in Cologne, Cardinal Keith O'Brien delivered two catechesis sessions on 18 and 19 August. In the first, the Cardinal spoke on the topic; "MEETING CHRIST IN THE EUCHARIST" describing the Eucharist as;  "a help for our journey through life, a help for our journey into eternity, that bond which unites us with the whole Church in Heaven, on Earth and in Purgatory, and which hopefully one day will be our ˜Viaticum , our final ˜way to Almighty God."  Cardinal O'Brien recounted several masses he had celebrated throughout his life as a priest, bishop and cardinal, the last mentioned b...

Funeral of Eilidh MacLeod

Posted by SCMO on 5th June 2017 in Blogging |
The funeral Mass for Eilidh MacLeod, will take place at 11.15am today (Monday 5 June 2017) in the church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Castlebay, Barra. Parish Priest, Fr John Paul MacKinnon will celebrate the Mass which will also be relayed to mourners in nearby Castlebay Hall.   In his introduction, Fr. MacKinnon will say:   “My dear brothers and sisters- today we come together here on our beautiful island of Barra as a family, as “one big family”, to pray as a family for our dear beautiful Eilidh MacLeod. Eilidh was taken from us at such a young age- and we are hurting and in pain with the loss of Eilidh from our lives.”   In...

Barra Priest asks islanders to come together and pray together

Posted by SCMO on 27th May 2017 in Blogging |
Fr. John Paul MacKinnon, parish priest on the island of Barra will urge the island community to come together and pray together this weekend as the islands of Barra & Vatersay struggle to come to terms with “a devastating week”.   Preaching at Mass tomorrow (Sunday 28 May) he will say:   “A week which began normally for so many has turned out to be real “living nightmare” especially for two of our island families. Today we face the reality that one of our teenage girls- Laura MacIntyre, aged only 15, is in Hospital in Manchester fighting for her life with her parents by her bedside. And sadly another of our beautiful teenage girls- Ei...

Pope Benedict's Homily, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, 16.9.10

Posted by SCMO on 16th September 2010 in Christianity |
HOLY SEE PRESS ofFICE EMBARGO  until speech delivered  check against delivery  2  GLASGOW - 16.09.2010 - 17.15  Bellahouston Park  Holy Mass  Original text  Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,   The Kingdom of God is very near to you! (Lk 10:9).   With these words of the Gospel we have just heard, I greet  all of you with great affection in the Lord.   Truly the Lord s Kingdom is already in our midst!   At this Eucharistic  celebration in which the Church in Scotland gathers around the altar in union with the Successor of Peter, let us reaffirm  our faith in Christ s word and our hope “ a hope which never disappoints “ in his promises! ...

Introduction of New Missal in Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 12th April 2011 in Christianity |
Tuesday 12 April 2011   Scottish Bishops confirm introduction of new missal.   At their meeting in Edinburgh on Monday 11 April 2011, the Bishops of Scotland agreed to begin the introduction of the new English translation of the Roman Missal from Sunday 4 September. The full Missal will be in use throughout Scotland from the first Sunday of Advent (27 November).   In a Letter to be sent to all clergy, Bishop Joseph Toal, President of the National Liturgy Commission said; Pope Benedict XVI has described the new English translation of the Missal as an immense service to Catholics throughout the English-speaking world Scotland s bishops welcome the o...
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