News Search Results Loading...

Listening...

[stop listening]

Search elsewhere: WebpagesNewsPodcasts

Show Search Hints »


Did you mean: flogging ?

106 results for Blogging found within the News

6 displayed out of 106 (0.04seconds)

Page 2 of 18

Archbishop Cushley: Priestly life is happy and fulfilling

Posted by SCMO on 24th June 2016 in Blogging |
Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews & Edinburgh says a vocation to the priesthood is a path to happiness and fulfilment for those who respond generously to the call.   “Throughout my own life, I have found priests to be among the happiest, most fulfilled, most dedicated people I know, and I am proud to be one of them.  There’s nothing quite like it, and I mean that in a good way,” said Archbishop Cushley, 24 June 2016.   The Archbishop made his comments in a homily at St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral in Edinburgh as he ordained two men – Fr Jamie McMorrin and Fr Tony Lappin – to the priesthood of J...
 

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

Posted by SCMO on 4th 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...
 

Truth is the essential pre-condition to democracy, writes George Weigel

Posted by SCMO on 27th September 2016 in Blogging |
‘The democracy project is in serious trouble around the world, and the basic reasons for that are cultural’ writes George Weigel, the Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Ethics and Public Policy Centre, Washington, in The Scotsman, Tuesday 27 September.   The last decade has proven, writes Weigel, that a culture without agreed moral reference points to guide its public life cannot sustain democratic self-governance over time. Democracy, he argues, will ultimately fail if not sustained by “men and women committed to the dignity of the human person as the first principle of just governance and dedicated to the pursuit of the common good.&rd...
 

Funeral Mass of Rt.Rev.John Aloysius Mone

Posted by SCMO on 21st October 2016 in Blogging |
Friday 21st October 2016, St.Mirin   Bishop John Keenan, Bishop of Paisley, will be the principal celebrant and homilist at the Funeral Mass for his predecessor Bishop John Mone (Bishop of Paisley, 1988-2004) in St.Mirin’s Cathedral Paisley.  He will be accompanied by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and Bishop Brian McGee and other Scottish Bishops, along with the priests of the Diocese of Paisley and the other Scottish dioceses, principally the Archdiocese of Glasgow where Bishop Mone was a priest for 32 years prior to his consecration as a bishop.  Numerous nieces and nephews of Bishop Mone and other relatives and friends will be i...
 

Church responds to critics of Safeguarding strategy

Posted by SCMO on 2nd November 2016 in Blogging |
In a response to a letter sent by the former Chair of the Commission examining Safeguarding Protocols in the Catholic Church, the Assistant General Secretary of the Bishops' Conference has rejected claims that the recommendations produced by the McLellan Commission are not being implemented.   In a letter sent to the Bishops' Conference by Rev. Andrew McLellan, the former commission chair claims that action is not being taken, survivors are not being supported and independent scrutiny is not being introduced.   Responding to the letter, the Assistant General Secretary of the Conference, Fr. Tom Boyle said;   "Last  August the Bishops&rs...
 

Bishops urge Catholics to "be active participants in shaping a better society"

Posted by SCMO on 4th April 2016 in Blogging |
In a letter which will be read in all of Scotland’s 500 Catholic parishes this weekend (9/10 April) Scotland’s eight Catholic Bishops will urge parishioners to "be active participants in shaping a better society” not simply "passive spectators” they will also encourage greater participation in the political process, suggesting; "you might well consider it worthwhile to join a political party”  while reminding Catholic voters that "Only if you use your vote can you make a difference and influence our political leaders.”   The call to get involved in the election, scrutinise candidates and parties and...
 
First Page | Previous | 1 [2] 3 4 5 ...of 18 | Next | Last Page