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Cardinal welcomes Europe4Family bikers to Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 30th July 2004 in Christianity |
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “ PHOTOCALL 12pm Saturday 21st George Square  Cardinal welcomes Europe4Family bikers to Scotland  A huge pan European youth bike ride hits Glasgow today, bringing the message Family Matters to the attention of politicians and public. The ˜Islands leg of the tour, which was launched in Dublin by ex Taoiseach John Bruton and representatives of the Dublin City Council on Monday, has made its way through Northern Ireland, meeting with Belfast s Mayor and many local people. The young cyclists from Ireland, Scotland, England, Germany and Africa, will stop in Glasgow s George Square for an event at midday this Saturday before travelling...
 

Archbishop Conti speaks against "End of Life Assitance Bill

Posted by SCMO on 15th February 2010 in Christianity |
Archbishop Conti opposed to Margo MacDonald s End of Life Asssitance Bill The Archbishop of Glasgow, the Most Reverend Mario Conti, has hit out against Margo MacDonald s End of Life Assistance Bill by saying it is wrong in principle and that hard cases made bad laws. The head of Scotland s most populous diocese made clear his opposition by stating that it is wrong in principle for someone to take their own life and it is wrong in principle for someone to help them to do so.  Speaking during the annual ˜Mass for Health Care Workers Archbishop Conti went on to emphasise that attempted suicide is no longer a criminal offence but that laws against ass...
 

Cardinal promises prayers for Nuncio

Posted by SCMO on 18th May 2010 in Christianity |
18 May 2010Cardinal promises prayers for NuncioCardinal Keith O'Brien has sent his best wishes to the Pope's ambassador in Britain Archbishop Faustino Sainz Muñoz, who suffered a stroke yesterday.   Archbishop Sainz Muñoz, the Apostolic Nuncio is receiving medical care in hospital in London.Cardinal O Brien said;"I have advised the members of our Conference letting them know of the Numcio's illness and also asking for their prayers."The Cardinal added:"The Nuncio has been a great friend to us all here in Scotland, we have always welcomed his presence among us, most recently at the Mass in Glasgow on 21 March 2010 to mark the 5th anniversary of the Elect...
 

Cardinal Keith O’Brien celebrates Silver Jubilee as a Bishop

Posted by SCMO on 6th August 2010 in Christianity |
Friday 6 August 2010Cardinal Keith O Brien celebrates Silver Jubilee as a Bishop  Cardinal Keith Patrick O Brien, the UK s most senior Churchman, celebratesthe 25th anniversary of his ordination as a bishop this week.  The Cardinal became Archbishop of St. Andrews & Edinburgh on 5 August 1985.Reflecting back on his 1985 Episcopal Ordination - which took place atEdinburgh s St Mary s Cathedral, Cardinal O Brien said: Life became even  more hectic for me after that “ although I realized that I had to be a ˜still point  of prayer and calm in a busy Church in an even more busy world. Fittingly the  then new Archbishop O Brien chose as his motto for...
 

Pope Congratulates Cardinal O'Brien on his Silver Jubilee

Posted by SCMO on 7th September 2010 in Christianity |
Pope Congratulates Cardinal O'Brien on his Silver JubileePope Benedict XVI has sent a personal message of congratulations to Cardinal Keith O'Brien on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of his Episcopal ordination.Cardinal O'Brien became the Archbishop of St. Andrew's and Edinburgh in 1985. A Mass of Thanksgiving will be celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at which the congratulatory message will be read by Mgr. Vincent Brady from the Apostolic Nuciature.In his message, Pope Benedict XVI writes, to "congratulate you on your long and fruitful ministry" he commends the Cardinal for having "helped foster the faith of you...
 

CARDINAL O’BRIEN ENDS HIS PASTORAL VISIT TO CHIAPAS, MEXICO

Posted by SCMO on 31st January 2005 in Christianity |
...the 45th anniversary of his ordination as a bishop. Thereafter, we headed for the airport in the town of Tuxtla Guiterrez, some two hours journey away before beginning our journey back to Scotland.  ENDS  Peter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 1168  pk@scmo.org  www.scmo.org  Note to editors:  The following photographs (JPEG) area available on request from the Catholic Media Office: NB- PLEASE EMAIL YOUR REQUEST TO 'mail@scmo.org'  1. Father Tommy Greenan and Cardinal O Brien at the foot of a Ceiba, the Guatemalan national tree.  2. Cardinal O Brien and Father Henry McLaughlin meet some local...
 
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