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Posted by SCMO on 2nd April 2005 in Christianity |
...ishops in Rome before being elected a member of the Synods Permanent Council in 1971. Cardinal Wojtyla travelled widely in the United States, the Far East and Europe “ and led the annual Lenten retreat made by the Pope himself and members of the Vatican Curia in 1976.  The Pope as Teacher:  Following on the death of Pope Paul VI in 1978, the elected successor, Pope John Paul I, lived for but 33 days. At the subsequent conclave, Karol Wojtyla was elected Pope, taking the title ˜Pope John Paul II.  Pope John Paul II saw as his primary task that of continuing the work of the Second Vatican Council, seeing to the implementation of the teachings of the bisho...

Cardinal O'Brien hosts reception for Scot's Rugby fans in Rome.

Posted by SCMO on 3rd March 2004 in Christianity |
...Friday 5 March 2004  Cardinal O'Brien hosts reception for Scot's Rugby fans in Rome.  Cardinal Keith O'Brien will host a reception for Scot's Rugby fans at the Scots College in Rome on Friday 5 March at 481 Via Cassia from 5.30-7.30 pm.  He will attend the Scotland - Italy Rugby match on Saturday 6 March in Rome's Stadio Flaminio. Kick-off: 1330 GMT  On Sunday 7 March he will celebrate Mass for Scots travellers in central Rome. (There will also be a service at 11am at the Church of Scotland's "Scot's Kirk" in Rome led by Rev. Willie McCulloch).  Then at 11.30am he will join many other Scottish fans and the Massed Pipes and Drums in St Peter s Square for the...

Pope appoints new Scottish Bishop.

Posted by SCMO on 13th September 2005 in Christianity |
...Pope Benedict XVI has appointed Fr Philip Tartaglia as the new Bishop of Paisley. The announcement was made at noon today (13 September 2005) in Rome (11am BST). The new Bishop-elect succeeds Bishop John Mone who retired in October 2004 after 16 years as Bishop.The appointment was warmly welcomed by Archbishop Mario Conti who has been Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese since Bishop Mone retired, he said;"I am delighted that our new Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, has provided the Diocese Paisley with a new bishop, a priest with many talents, and experience of serving in the Strathclyde area, albeit on the north bank of the river which unites the Diocese of P...

Pope appoints new Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2013 in Christianity |
...n between Rome and Scotland seven times and has enjoyed everyminute of it. His new role will mean that he will now surrender hisdistinctive Vatican number plate as well as his diplomatic passport.Mgr Cushley is also a regular jogger and listens to audiobooks whilerunning/walking 10km three times a week in Rome. He describes himselfas completely rubbish on the golf course, but enjoys watching thesport (he was at the Open Championship at Muirfield last Saturday).Musically his tastes range from U2 to opera by Puccini, Verdi orMozart.Notes to Editors:1. The Archbishop-elect's episcopal ordination will take place in St.Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh on 21st Septembe...

Cardinal O'Brien warns against "undermining the morality of a generation".

Posted by SCMO on 5th November 2004 in Christianity |
...Cardinal O'Brien warns against "undermining the morality of a generation".  In a hard hitting sermon to be delivered this Sunday (7 November), Cardinal Keith O'Brien, President of the Bishops' Conference of Scotland will accuse Scotland's mass media and politicians of not reflecting the values held by most Scots.  Returning to the theme of Scotland's sexual health strategy, the Cardinal who will attend a meeting of European and African bishops in Rome next week will say;  " However well intentioned the actions of our medical professionals may be, despite the fact that we all support the ends being sought “ if not the means being used “ the fact remains...


Posted by SCMO on 10th January 2003 in Christianity |
...INFORMATION ON THE CONSISTORY AND OTHER EVENTS  FOR CARDINAL-ELECT O'BRIEN.  Cardinal-elect O'Brien will travel to Rome on Wednesday 15 October (as previously arranged) to take part in the clelebrations for the Pope's Silver Jubilee (16 October) and the Beatification of Mother Teresa (19 October).  The following additional arrangements have been made following the announcement of his elevation to the College of Cardinals:  Monday 20 October:  (am) Chartered flight will depart from Edinburgh airport direct to Rome. (The Catholic Media Office has reserved seats on this flight for journalists wishing to travel)  (pm) Transfer to hotels in Rome  (pm) Mass for...
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