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Cardinal praises "dedication and commitment" of Catholic teachers

Posted by SCMO on 30th April 2008 in Christianity |
Wednesday 30 April 2008Cardinal praises "dedication and commitment" of Catholic teachersSpeaking at the Conference of Catholic secondary Head teachers at Crief Hydro on Thursday 1 June 2008 Cardinal Keith O'Brien in a keynote address will pay tribute to the dedication and commitment of Scotland's Catholic Head teachers and their staff while acknowledging the continued success of Catholic schools.Cardinal O'Brien will also highlight his disappointment that so few media outlets seem to provide positive coverage of Catholic education, preferring instead to give "disproportionate space for the expression of the old rhetoric of suspicion and hostility when there is s...

Reflections on departing for Rome

Posted by SCMO on 4th April 2004 in Christianity |
Invitation to Press Conference held by Cardinal Keith O'Brien prior to departing for Rome on Tuesday 5 April at 09.30 at Edinburgh Airport.  You are invited to send a reporter/photographer/camera crew to a Press Conference which will be held at 09.30 on Tuesday 5 April in the 'Prayer Room' of Edinburgh Airport, situated on the ground floor adjacent to the International Arrivals area.  Cardinal Keith O'Brien will be available for interview prior to his departure for Rome for the funeral of Pope John Paul II and the subsequent Conclave.  The following statement has been released by the Cardinal ahead of his departure for Rome:  "I leave for Rome with mixed emo...

Battle against secularism is priority for Christians says Cardinal Battle against secularism is priority for Christians says Cardinal

Posted by SCMO on 30th August 2004 in Christianity |
Battle against secularism is priority for Christians says Cardinal:  Preaching at the annual Whithorn pilgrimage yesterday, Cardinal Keith O'Brien called on Scotland's Christians to fight;  "a constant battle against secularism" which he described as "an almost rising tide in the world of today almost submerging us with its volume and its power."  Cardinal O'Brien added;  "It is surely the task of the Christian journeying along the way with and to Christ to say:   Any standards just will not do! We must follow and maintain the standards of Jesus Christ and try to spread them in the Church and in the world of today ."  The full text of Cardinal O'Brien's ho...

Archbishop Conti supports Justice Minister

Posted by SCMO on 24th August 2009 in Christianity |
24 August 2009Following the controversy which has marked the release of the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing on grounds of compassion, Archbishop Mario Conti of Glasgow released the following statement:    "I personally, and many others in the Catholic community admired the decision to release Abdelbaset al-Megrahi on grounds of compassion which is, after all, one of the principles inscribed on the mace of the Scottish Parliament by which Scotland s Government should operate.  "The showing of mercy in any situation is not a sign of weakness. Indeed in this situation, with the pressures and circumstances of the case, it seemed to me a sign of manifest st...

Message for 44th World Communications Day - 16 May 2010

Posted by SCMO on 17th May 2010 in Christianity |
Message for 44th World Communications Day - 16 May 2010   In a pastoral letter read at all masses on 15 & 16 May, President of the National Communications Commission, Bishop Philip Tartaglia, urged Scots Catholics to support the communications work of the church in the lead up to the Pope's visit in September. Archbishop Tartaglia said; "The media implications and requirements for the Pope s visit are massive. ". The full text of the message is shown below.       Peter Kearney   Director   Catholic Media Office   5 St. Vincent Place   Glasgow   G1 2DH   0141 221 1168 07968 122291   My Dear Brothers and Sister...

Statement on the papal Visit from Cardinal Keith O'Brien president of the Bishops' Conference of Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 2nd July 2010 in Christianity |
Thursday 1 July 2010   As our school terms come to an end and the Scottish holiday season gets underway, I hope that as many people as possible will participate in the celebrations surrounding the visit to our country of Pope Benedict XVI on Thursday 16 September, ensuring that it is a momentous and memorable day. Many detailed arrangements have been worked out over the past few months and a clear programme has now emerged for what I am certain will be a day of great happiness and celebration in our country. I am grateful to all those in our school and parish communities for the patience and forbearance they have shown while we have awaited final approval from...
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