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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...
 

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...
 

Bishop Tartaglia urges "digital generation" to embrace new technology

Posted by SCMO on 19th May 2009 in Christianity |

19 May 2009Archbishop Tartaglia urges "digital generation" to embrace new technology.In a pastoral letter sent to all of Scotland's 500 Catholic parishes to be read at all Masses on 23 and 24 May, Bishop Philip Tartaglia, the President of the Bishops' Conference National Communications Commission has urged responsible use of new technology.The bishops message which echoes the theme of Pope Benedict XVI's message for Communications Sunday (24 May 2009) points out that " the lives of all of us have been changed mostly for the better by digital technology in all its forms" however he adds a note of caution saying; " with opportunities, come dangers.   What paren...
 

Updated medical bulletin on Archbishop Tartaglia

Posted by SCMO on 24th January 2015 in Christianity |

Updated medical bulletin on Archbishop Tartaglia.Following earlier news release:  Archbishop Tartaglia suffers heart attack A spokesman for Archbishop Tartaglia said:"The Archbishop condition has markedly improved.   This afternoon he will leave the University Hospital of Salamanca and return to the Royal Scots College.   It is hoped that he will be able to return to Scotland next week.   He remains in good spirits and is now supported by his brother Canon Gerard Tartaglia who has traveled from Scotland to be with him.   The Bishops are delighted at this good news"ENDSPeter KearneyDirectorCatholic Media Office5 St. Vincent PlaceGlasgowG1 2DH0141 221 1168(T...
 

Pope Francis puts family at the heart of communication

Posted by SCMO on 14th May 2015 in Christianity | communications Sunday, family, Pope Francis, Archbishop Tartaglia

In a pastoral letter which will be read at all 500 Catholic parishes in Scotland this weekend (16/17 May, 2015) to mark the 49th  World Communications Day, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia calls on all Catholics to embrace the role of the family as the true building block of a good society, which can be used as a force for dialogue and reconciliation and acknowledges the role of modern media in enabling families to share their stories, faith and forgiveness with others. Archbishop Tartaglia reflects on Pope Francis call to Catholics around the world to see families as a resource rather than as a problem for society and invites families to be examples of Christ s...
 

Cardinal O'Brien & Bishop Tartaglia continue opposition to HFEA Bill

Posted by SCMO on 10th April 2008 in Christianity |

Thursday 10 April.Cardinal Keith O'Brien has used "You Tube" to warn of the dangers in the Government's "Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill". In a 5 minute film which will be copied to DVD and sent to all UK MP's, the Cardinal reiterates his opposition to the creation of animal-human hybrid embryos and highlights recent opinion poll findings on the subject.The video can be viewed at www.scmo.org or on "You Tube" at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22MR984zgvoThe Cardinal's message follows a letter sent yesterday to MP's in the Diocese of Paisley by Bishop Philip Tartaglia urging them not to vote for the Bill. The letter is addressed to Douglas Alexander MP fo...
 
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