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Communications Sunday

Posted by SCMO on 03rd June 2011 in Christianity |

Sunday 5 June 2011 Message for World Communications Day 2011   My Dear Brothers and Sisters,   The visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Scotland last September taught the Catholic community a great deal about the media. We learned how the media is an amazingly influential opinion former in our culture, as every moment of the Pope s visit was reported, analysed and broadcast to the whole world in print and through radio, television and the internet. Before the visit, someone remarked that the Pope s visit would be a success if the media declared it to be a success. Thankfully the Pope s visit was a success and we are grateful to the media for playing its part...
 

Requiem Mass Homily for the Very Reverend Romeo Canon Coia by the Bishop Dunkeld

Posted by SCMO on 28th April 2005 in Christianity |

Requiem Mass for the Very Rev. Romeo Canon Coia  St Andrew s Cathedral, Dundee, April 28, 2005  Bishop Of Dunkeld Right Reverend Vincent Logan's homily:  In many ways, the Gospel passage to which we have just listened, sums up Canon Coia s faith in Jesus Christ. Jesus said, "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life. No one can come to the Father except through me."  "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life" that single sentence encapsulates our Christian faith, summing up all that Jesus is for us, all that he promises those who believe in Him and all who follow Him, day in and day out.  It is certainly what Canon Coia believed for all of his wonderful 92 years as ...
 

Inaugural Mass of New Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 07th 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...
 

Diocese of Aberdeen announced appointment of Administrator

Posted by SCMO on 26th February 2002 in Christianity |

Following Bishop Mario Conti's departure to become Archbishop of Glasgow, Canon Peter Antony Moran has been elected as caretaker during the vacancy.  Canon Moran (66), ordained priest in 1959 for the Archdiocese of Glasgow, has worked in the North-East of Scotland since 1964. He spent twenty-nine years at Blairs College, as teacher and administrator, fifteen of them as parish priest of St. Mary's. After transferring to become a member of Aberdeen diocese, he has for nine years been parish priest of Inverurie and its surrounding towns and villages.  "As caretaker' Administrator", he says, "my task is to promote the many pastoral initiatives started during Bisho...
 

Priest Loses Pounds to Gain Pounds

Posted by SCMO on 20th March 2002 in Christianity |

A tiny rural catholic community in the remote highlands of Scotland may lose grant funding already earmarked for the restoration of its historic church unless they are able to raise a minimum of £80,000 in the next few weeks.  The church of Our Lady and St Bean at Marydale in Cannich, designed by Joseph Hansom who designed the Hansom cab, needs at least £164,000 spent on it to restore the bell tower which leaks like a sieve as well as carrying out other necessary work.  Said Parish Priest Father Paul Bonnici: "Historic Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund have already earmarked around £80, 000. Unless we get the rest in and get it soon, we are in grave...
 

Bishop Moran's Letter for Epiphany Sunday 2007

Posted by SCMO on 05th January 2007 in Christianity |

In a Pastoral Letter to be read out at all Masses in Scotland this Sunday (7 January 2007) Bishop Peter Moran, the Bishop of Aberdeen, re-iterates the Catholic Church s opposition to the renewal of Trident and calls on Catholics to contact your MPs and make sure they know the views of the Church and your own views.  Building upon Pope Benedict s 2007 Message for Peace, Bishop Moran said that real peace is much more than the absence of outward violence. Violence can still be there, as a threat, in people s attitudes. He continued: For any real peace attitudes have to change. We need to begin building a culture of peace.  Bishop Moran who is President of t...
 
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