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NEW CHURCH BEING BUILT AT CULLODEN

Posted by SCMO on 17th December 2007 in Christianity |

...   ENDS Peter Kearney   Director   Catholic Media Office   5 St. Vincent Place   Glasgow   G1 2DH   0141 221 1168 07968 122291   pk@scmo.org   www.scmo.org Note to Editors: 1. Inverness is the fastest growing European city, and there are many Catholics from India, the Philippines, Eastern Europe, and about 5000 from Poland. There are two Polish priests working in the Highland deanery (at Inverness and Tain), as well as three Polish sisters from the Society of the Sacred Heart. Every congregation in the Highland area is increasing. 2. The contractors, Uist Building Contractors 'UBC Group Ltd' will begin work on site on 7 Jan 2008. 3. For further informa...
 

NEW CHURCH BEING BUILT AT CULLODEN

Posted by SCMO on 17th December 2007 in Christianity |

...  ENDS  Peter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 1168  07968 122291  pk@scmo.org  www.scmo.org  Note to Editors:  1. Inverness is the fastest growing European city, and there are many Catholics from India, the Philippines, Eastern Europe, and about 5000 from Poland.  There are two Polish priests working in the Highland deanery (at Inverness and Tain), as well as three Polish sisters from the Society of the Sacred Heart. Every congregation in the Highland area is increasing.  2. The contractors, Uist Building Contractors 'UBC Group Ltd' will begin work on site on 7 Jan 2008.  3. For further inf...
 

Pope Benedict XVI confirms he will visit Scotland.

Posted by SCMO on 05th February 2010 in Christianity |

...t's reply.Peter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 116807968 122291  pk@scmo.org  www.scmo.orgNotes to Editors:1. Pope Benedict XVI presented each of the Scottish Bishops with a Pectoral cross as a personal gift.2. A photograph of the Scottish Bishops with the Pope will be available on request.3. Scotland s Catholic Bishops are in Rome from 3 “ 10 February 2010 for their Ad Limina , five-yearly visit to the Holy See.4. The 11 members of the Bishops Conference of Scotland visiting the Holy See are:Cardinal Keith O Brien, Archbishop of St. Andrew s & Edinburgh, President of the Bishops Confere...
 

150th anniversary of Saint Mary's Cathedral, Aberdeen

Posted by SCMO on 04th October 2010 in Christianity |

...ests."ENDSPeter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 116807968 122291  pk@scmo.org  www.scmo.orgNotes to Editors:1. You are invited to send a reporter/photographer/camera crew to the Cathedral, Huntly Street, Aberdeen at 6.30pm on Tuesday 5 October.2. Aberdeen boasts three cathedrals: the ancient cathedral of Saint Machar by the River Don in the northern suburbs of the city (now a parish church of the Church of Scotland), the Scottish Episcopal cathedral of Saint Andrew in King Street, and the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Saint Mary close to Union Street, the city s main thoroughfare.  3. When St Mary s...
 

The Saltire / Herald annual debate

Posted by SCMO on 16th May 2003 in Christianity |

...athclyde; Peter Kearney, Director of the Catholic Media Office and Vice President of the Catholic Communications Commission; Alastair McIntosh, Scottish writer, social activist, broadcaster and campaigning academic from the Isle of Lewis and Fellow of the Edinburgh-based Centre for Human Ecology; and George Rosie, journalist, writer and broadcaster. The debate is an opportunity to test the ecclesiastical pulse rate and hear some of the finest minds discuss the society we find ourselves in today. 'During the time of Kirk you scarcely see any body in the streets, or loitering away the time of prayer in wantonness and excess; though, at other times . . . there is ...
 

Bishop launches Broadcasting Studio

Posted by SCMO on 07th August 2002 in Christianity |

...Speaking at the official opening today of the Catholic Media Office's new radio studio, President of the National Communications Commission, Bishop Joseph Devine said;  "This is a tremendous facility, allowing contact to be made with broadcasters around Scotland and anywhere in the world. It is crucially important that the message of the church makes it on to the secular airwaves, this studio, together with others proposed for elsewhere in Scotland form part of an ongoing effort by the church nationally to focus its communications efforts and maximise their impact."  Joining Bishop  Devine at the launch, Media Office Director, Peter Kearney added;  "Thanks t...
 
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