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Death of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia

Posted by SCMO on 13th January 2021 in Blogging |
13 January 2021   The following statement has been issued by the Archdiocese of Glasgow:   The Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia, has died suddenly at his home in Glasgow. He was 70 years old.    Archbishop Tartaglia, who had served as Archbishop of Glasgow since 2012, had tested positive for COVID 19 shortly after Christmas and was self-isolating at home.  The cause of death is not yet clear.    The Archbishop had served as leader of Scotland’s largest Catholic community since 2012.  The Pope’s Ambassador to Great Britain, Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti has been informed.  It will be for Pope Francis to appoint a new Archbishop to su...
 

Scotland’s Catholic Bishops mourn the death of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia

Posted by SCMO on 13th January 2021 in Blogging |
13 January 2021   Scotland’s Catholic Bishops mourn the death of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia   Following the death of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, the President of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland, Bishop Hugh Gilbert has issued the following statement:   “It is with the deepest sadness that we have learned today on the Feast of St. Kentigern (Mungo) of the death of our brother bishop and friend Philip Tartaglia. His loss to his family, his clergy and the people of the Archdiocese of Glasgow will be immeasurable but for the entire Church in Scotland this is a day of immense loss and sadness.   He was a gentle, caring and warm-hearted pastor...
 

Dunkeld Priest to become Spiritual Director of the Pontifical Scots College in Rome

Posted by SCMO on 20th March 2018 in Blogging |
Fr James Walls, currently parish priest of St. Pius X parish in Dundee, has been appointed by the Scottish Bishops’ Conference as Spiritual Director of the Pontifical Scots College in Rome.      Commenting on the appointment, Bishop Stephen Robson, the Bishop of Dunkeld said:       “I am absolutely delighted that the Bishops have decided to appoint Father James Walls as spiritual director to the Pontifical Scots College in Rome. As a former Spiritual Director in Rome myself, I can recognise great qualities, spiritual, intellectual and moral in Fr Jim’s priestly ministry.  He has been well trained in spiritual direction and accompaniment, and...
 

Scots Seminarians meet Pope Francis

Posted by SCMO on 14th April 2016 in Blogging |
To mark the 400th anniversary of priestly formation the seminarians from the Pontifical Scots College in Rome will have a private audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican later today (Thursday 14 April)   They will be accompanied by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and Archbishop Leo Cushley and by the staff of the College the rector, Fr. Daniel Fitzpatrick, the Vice rector, Fr. Gerald Sharkey and the Spiritual Director, Fr. Mark Cassidy.   Archbishop Tartaglia said:   “I am very pleased to be participating along with Archbishop Leo Cushley at the Audience Pope Francis has kindly agreed to grant to our College in Rome to mark the 400th Ann...
 

Scotland's oldest Catholic Bishop dies at 93

Posted by SCMO on 9th November 2005 in Christianity |
Bishop Stephen McGill, the former Bishop of Paisley who retired in 1988 after twenty years in the post has died peacefully at Nazareth House, Paisley Road West Glasgow in the early hours of Wednesday morning 9th November 2005 aged 93.  A former rector of Blairs College (Scotland's Junior Catholic Seminary) and Bishop of Argyll and the Isles from 1960 to 1968, he also participated in the II Vatican Council from 1962 to 1965.  Bishop McGill was translated to Paisley on 25 July 1968 where he served for the next twenty years, retiring as Bishop of Paisley on the 30 March 1988.  He was succeeded by Bishop John Mone who himself retired in 2004 and will shortly be r...
 

Ordination of Scotland's youngest Bishop

Posted by SCMO on 18th November 2005 in Christianity |
The ordination of Scotland's youngest Bishop will take place on Sunday 20 November 2005 at 3pm in St.Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley. Fr. Philip Tartaglia until recently, rector of the Scots College in Rome will be ordained by Archbishop Mario Conti. He will become the fourth Bishop of the Diocese since its creation in 1947.  Commenting ahead of the ceremony, Bishop-elect Tartaglia said;  "Becoming Bishop of Paisley is an immense honour and an enormous challenge. I hope and pray that I will be equal to the tasks which face me. I owe a debt of gratitude to my immediate predecessors in Paisley, Bishop John Mone and bishop Stephen McGill, for the pastoral care and spi...
 
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