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Cardinal welcomes launch of Scottish Churches web site

Posted by SCMO on 8th December 2008 in Christianity |
Monday   8 December 2008Cardinal welcomes launch of Scottish Churches web site.Sacred Scotland - Web-site with world appealMore than 1200 churches of every denomination over the whole of Scotland areto feature on a new national web -site to be launched by church leaders onDecember 10th in Edinburgh.The project, the most comprehensive of its kind ever undertaken in Scotland,will be in place for the start of the   Year of Homecoming   2009 and is thework of Scotland's Churches Scheme   with funding support from HistoricScotland and the Church of Scotland.Every church in the Scheme will have its own detailed entry which caninclude updated information on events,...
 

Day for Life 2003

Posted by SCMO on 26th May 2004 in Christianity |
The Catholic Church in Scotland will celebrate a "Day for Life" on Monday 31 May 2004.  A range of resources and materials have been sent to all parishes for distribution at all Masses during the weekend  of 29/30 May.  A dedicated website containing this material will shortly be available at: www.dayforlife.org  Among the publications available are 100,000 copies of a "Day for LIfe" prayer card, the text of which is shown below:  Life is an opportunity, benefit from it.  Life is beauty, admire it.  Life is bliss, taste it.  Life is a dream, realise it.  Life is challenge, meet it.  Life is a duty, complete it.  Life is a game, play it.  Life is a pr...
 

Comments on death of Frances Shand Kydd

Posted by SCMO on 3rd June 2004 in Christianity |
The Bishop of Argyll and the Isles, Rt Rev Ian Murray,  released the following statement on hearing news of the death of Mrs  Shand Kydd:  "The whole Catholic community of the highlands will be saddened to  hear of the death of Frances Shand Kydd. She was a deeply spiritual  woman who had very successfully made her home here, integrating into the  community very well. The priest administrator of St Columba's  Cathedral in Oban, Canon Donald MacKay, was with her when she died,  shortly after having received the last rites of the Church.  "She was a well-kent face in the Oban area, a reader at Mass in the  Cathedral and always on hand to prepare teas and...
 

Vatican Video News

Posted by SCMO on 1st April 2009 in Christianity |
https://www.youtube.com/profile?user=vatican  ...
 

Family Law Consultation

Posted by SCMO on 22nd June 2004 in Christianity |
Six days left to respond to Family Law Consultation  Making divorce easier, the status of cohabitation and rights for unmarried father were among the issues raised discussed during a Family Law debate in the Scottish Parliament last week.  A consultation paper on proposed government changes in this area was issued sometime ago and responses are sought by 28 June 2004.  At present a divorce can be obtained after five years separation in a contested divorce and two years in an uncontested case. These times will be reduced to two years and one year respectively. The justification is that this more accurately reflects modern circumstances and it received little d...
 

Fatal fire at St Peter-in-Chains' chapel house, Ardrossan

Posted by SCMO on 2nd July 2004 in Christianity |
Following the fire and discovery of a body in the chapel house of St. Peter-in-Chains, South Crescent Road, Ardrossan, in the early hours of this morning there will be no comment made by the Bishop of Galloway Right Reverend John Cunningham until a formal identification of the body has been made.  Although the church has not been affected by the fire the chapel house has suffered extensive damage making the building too dangerous for emergency services to conduct a full investigation into the cause of the fire. Once the building is made safe emergency services will begin their investigation.  The police officer in charge is Detective Inspector Lorna Hamilton w...
 
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