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OBITUARIES TO POPE JOHN PAUL II

Posted by SCMO on 2nd April 2005 in Christianity |
...nes; from Paris to Czestochowa. One can forgive his desire to return regularly to his native Poland. From there, he helped ensure that the Communist regime in Poland and in other countries behind the Iron Curtain was overthrown “ his own influence and fearless preaching had a great part to play. He hated oppression and simply called on the peoples of the world to be aware of their Christian liberty as the children of one God. Of course, all the goals of travel were not attained when the Pope died “ a visit to Russia and a visit to China would indeed have filled him with great joy, but that was not to be.  The Pope as Pastor:  As well as being a wonderful...
 

Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2012 in Christianity |
...appointed Parish Priest of St. Mary s, Duntocher in 1995. In 2004, the Bishops Conference asked him to return to seminary as Rector of the Pontifical Scots College, Rome.On 13th September 2005, it was announced that Father Philip Tartaglia had been nominated by the Pope Benedict XVI as Bishop of Paisley.   On 20th November 2005, the Solemnity of Christ the King, he was ordained bishop in St. Mirin's Cathedral by Archbishop Mario Conti. The co-consecrating bishops were Archbishop Raymond Burke of St. Louis, Missouri and Bishop John Mone, Emeritus Bishop of Paisley.The new Archbishop s Episcopal motto is the Latin phrase, Da robur, fer auxilium , taken from the...
 

Inaugural Mass of New Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 7th September 2012 in Christianity |
...edeath in Paris of James Beaton, the exiled Archbishop of Glasgow. TheArchdiocese of Glasgow was then vacant until the Restoration of theHierarchy in 1878 and the accession of Archbishop Charles Eyre, who wasthe first of the modern Archbishops of Glasgow. To offer the preciousblood of Christ in Bishop Alexander Smith s chalice, given to him byPope Pius IX, is to acknowledge that Jesus is the same heri, hodie etsemper, yesterday, today and forever, the Lord of history and Lord ofhis Church. And it is a reminder that apostolic succession throughhistory is not about an empty fascination with the past nor aboutboastful claims to legitimacy, but rather about faithful...
 

Scotland's Catholic Bishops meet the Pope

Posted by SCMO on 3rd April 2003 in Christianity |
...y been in Paris.We value this outreach to Europe and we are aware of the role of Europe in the world of today stressed in your own recent address to diplomats. We share your hope and the hope of many that developments in Europe will reflect and respect the Christian heritage of our continent.Present world situation:We thank you for your efforts to achieve peaceful solutions in the various trouble spots in the world at this present time. In particular, your address to the diplomats accredited to the Holy See at the beginning of the year gave us and many people throughout the world much to think about inspiring us in Scotland to renew our efforts to help achieve w...
 

Catholic Church endorses Jewish call for end to anti-Semitism

Posted by SCMO on 23rd February 2015 in Christianity | Bishop John Keenan, anti-semitism, Jewish, community
...urders in Paris and Copenhagen, the rise in anti-Semitism across Europe that has been highlighted by several recent reports, and the unprecedented raising of the security threat level in the UK.   We celebrate Scotland's traditionally positive relationship with its Jewish population but understand why events elsewhere can undermine their sense of security, belonging, and well-being, and come together unreservedly to condemn all manifestations of anti-Semitism in Scotland and to assert Scotland's warm desire that Jewish people living in Scotland should feel safe, completely at home, and a key part of the multicultural Scottish community."...
 

Funeral Mass of Rt.Rev.John Aloysius Mone

Posted by SCMO on 21st October 2016 in Blogging |
...post-war Paris, on rations with short supply of lighting and heat.  Ordained priest and returning home to Scotland the Way of Christ took him through St Ninian’s, Knightswood, for twenty three years to Our Lady and St George’s, Penilee, for four and St Joseph’s, Tollcross, as Parish priest for five.  Always unassuming and attentive he left an indelible mark in all of those Parishes.  His incredible memory for people, names and places is almost legendary and you wonder if there was not something as much divine as natural about it.  A Parishioner from Knightswood, whom he met over twenty years after leavin...
 
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