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Statement from Cardinal Keith O'Brien

Posted by SCMO on 20th March 2015 in Christianity | Cardinal Keith O'Brien, Archdiocese, Edinburgh
Statement from Cardinal Keith O'Brien. Responding to the decision of Pope Francis to accept his resignation from the rights and duties of a Cardinal, the following statement has been issued by Cardinal Keith O'Brien: I wish to repeat the apology which I made to the Catholic Church and the people of Scotland some two years ago now on 3rd March 2013.   I then said that there have been times that my sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected of me. For that I am deeply sorry . I thank Pope Francis for his fatherly care of me and of those I have offended in any way.   I will continue to play no part in the public life of the Church in Scotland; an...
 

STATEMENT FROM ARCHBISHOP CONTI

Posted by SCMO on 4th May 2007 in Christianity |
...epted his resignation as Parish Priest on 5th February 2007.  I have no intention of adding further to these remarks other than to ask you all * whether within the Catholic community or outside of it * to pray for all the victims of this awful case, and especially for Angelika whose bright life was so cruelly extinguished in its early shining.  Notes to editors:  St Patrick's Church is expected to re-open after planned maintenance work in the autumn. It is expected that Archbishop Conti will lead a formal ceremony which will acknowledge within its ritual the awful circumstances of Angelika Kluk's death. A new parish priest will be appointed in due course for...
 

Pope Appoints New Bishop for Argyll and The Isles

Posted by SCMO on 16th October 2008 in Christianity |
...ray whose resignation in accordance with Canon 401 was recently accepted. I have known Mgr Toal for over twenty years, initially when I was rector of Blairs College in Aberdeen where Mgr Toal was a valued member of staff. His strength of character and his inate goodness and sense of humour endeared him to the priest members of staff and pupils alike. He is from a well known family in the Diocese of Argyll & the Isles, born and brought up in Roybridge where his mother is still alive and active.The new bishop is also well known to all the members of the Scottish hierarchy as he has been the rector of the Royal Scots College in Salamanca since 2005. In that rol...
 

Scottish Bishop to visit Calais migrant camp

Posted by SCMO on 27th November 2017 in Blogging |
...egrees of resignation, trepidation, optimism, and ebullience. Some waved French flags. By the end of the week, over 5,000 children and adults had been relocated, a significant achievement. The prefect of Pas-de-Calais, Fabienne Buccio, declared, “Our mission is accomplished.”Nevertheless, it was obvious even then that her statement was premature. Aid groups had warned that authorities were systematically undercounting unaccompanied children in the weeks leading up to the camp’s closure, raising the risk that they would be unprepared for the numbers that would need alternative accommodation. At least 100 unaccompanied children and hundreds of adults were st...
 

Archbishop Emeritus Keith Patrick Cardinal O’Brien (1938-2018) RIP

Posted by SCMO on 19th March 2018 in Blogging |
...epted the resignation of Cardinal Keith Patrick O’Brien from the rights and duties of a Cardinal". The Holy See Press Office O'Brien stated that Cardinal O’Brien would not take part in future papal elections, act as papal adviser, or take part in Vatican congregations and councils and would lose other roles of a cardinal. 6.  Funeral arrangements for Cardinal O’Brien are still to be finalised but will be done so in coming days in consultation with the Holy See and Cardinal O’Brien’s family. 7.    Suggested commentators and potential interviewees for the media;       * Ian Dunn, former Editor of the Scottish Catholic Observe...
 

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia backs ‘journalism of moral integrity’

Posted by SCMO on 10th May 2018 in Blogging |
...encourage resignation; or, on the other hand, they promote informed and mature reflection leading to constructive dialogue and fruitful results. 4. Peace is the true news The best antidotes to falsehoods are not strategies, but people: people who are not greedy but ready to listen, people who make the effort to engage in sincere dialogue so that the truth can emerge; people who are attracted by goodness and take responsibility for how they use language. If responsibility is the answer to the spread of fake news, then a weighty responsibility rests on the shoulders of those whose job is to provide information, namely, journalists, the protectors of news....
 
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