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Bishop Tartaglia urges "digital generation" to embrace new technology

Posted by SCMO on 19th May 2009 in Christianity |

...a Office (SCMO) through a special collection.The full text of Archbishop Tartaglia's letter is shown below.ENDSPeter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 116807968 122291  pk@SCMO.org  www.SCMO.orgNotes to Editors:1. To mark Communications Sunday the SCMO has produced an online video of the message which includes footage of pupils at St. Luke's High School in Barrhead demonstrating how they use social networking sites and text messaging to Archbishop Tartaglia. The video will be posted on "You Tube" and at www.SCMO.org on 21 May 2009.2. Still photographs of the Bishop with St. Luke's pupils are availabl...
 

Mass for France

Posted by SCMO on 18th November 2015 in Christianity | Archbishop Tartaglia, Glasgow, Paris, France,

...Mass for France   Following the terror attacks in Paris last Friday Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, Archbishop of Glasgow, will offer a Mass for France this evening in St Andrew’s Cathedral at 5.15pm. The theme of the Mass will be “hope and solidarity”.     The Mass will be attended by the Lord Provost of Glasgow to represent the city and the Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Michael Matheson MSP, who will represent the Scottish Government. The Honorary Consul of France, Dr John Campbell, will do a reading in French during the Mass and will offer a vote of thanks at the end.     Archbishop Tartaglia’s homily is ...
 

Ordination of new bishop of Argyll and Isles

Posted by on 17th February 2016 in Blogging | Episcopal ordination,Argyll and the Isles,Bishop Brian McGee

...   The Episcopal Ordination of Monsignor Brian McGee as the new Bishop of Argyll and the Isles will take place at St. Columba’s Cathedral in Oban on Thursday 18 February at 7.00pm.    Speaking ahead of his Episcopal Ordination Bishop Elect-McGee said; "I am very much looking forward to my Ordination as Bishop of Argyll. Although it is a challenging vocation God's grace and the kindness of so many people has greatly encouraged me.  I ask for people to pray for me as I prepare".    The new Bishop will be consecrated by Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews and Edinburgh.   Commenting on the ordination of Bishop Elect...
 

“Faith should be allowed to play a role in public life”

Posted by SCMO on 04th August 2016 in Blogging |

...“Faith should be allowed to play a role in public life” writes newly-appointed Director of the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office.   Writing in today's Scotsman (Thursday 4 August) Anthony Horan counters claims that society is becoming less religious simply because increasing numbers of people no longer tick a “church” box on census forms suggesting this doesn’t mean they are not interested in the spiritual dimension of life or religious belief. Rather, the national census still shows that most Scots consider themselves Christian, while an overwhelming majority describe themselves as "spiritual".  &nb...
 

Bishops welcome Pope's arrival

Posted by SCMO on 16th September 2010 in Christianity |

... Thursday 16 September 2010 Released 2.05pm Speaking after the Pope's arrival in Edinburgh today, Cardinal Keith O'Brien and four of Scotland's bishops have made the following comments: (Audio downloads available see below for links) Cardinal O'Brien said; "It has in deed been very very exciting, the Pope seems in excellent form, as did Her Majesty, and of course they both appear to be extremely happy in one another's company. Along Princes Street I really felt so proud. You could look to one side and see the backcloth of the Castle and the ramparts and so on, and on the other side a sea of faces, and just welcoming Pope Benedict XVI to our country. The Pope i...
 

Cardinal O'Brien comments on Royal Succession announcement

Posted by SCMO on 28th October 2011 in Christianity |

... Statement from Cardinal O'Brien on Commonwealth Heads of Governmentdeclaration on the Royal Succession: Cardinal Keith O'Brien said; "I welcome the statement from the Prime Minster indicating that his Government together with all of the Commonwealth Heads of Government intend to reform the Royal Succession. I am pleased to note that the process of change, which I hope will lead to repeal of the Act has started and I look forward to studying the detail of the proposed reforms and their implications in due course." ENDSPeter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 116807968 122291  pk@SCMO...
 
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