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Susan Boyle "honoured" to be singing for the Pope

Posted by SCMO on 26th August 2010 in Christianity |
25 August 2010Susan Boyle "honoured" to be singing for the PopeTELEVISION EMBARGO 11AM - 25 AUGUST 2010World famous Scottish singer Susan Boyle has described the opportunity tosing for Pope Benedict XVI as "her greatest dream come true." Speaking in atelevision interview recorded by the Scottish Catholic Media Office, theglobal singing sensation spoke of being "honoured and humbled" by theinvitation.Susan will perform three times at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow on Thursday16 September as well as singing with the 800 strong choir at the open airMass which will be celebrated by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit toScotland.The Mass will begin around 5.15pm, while...

Faith communities unite to pray for victims.

Posted by SCMO on 31st December 2004 in Christianity |
Faith communities unite to pray for victims.  Cardinal, Moderator and Bishop join with Interfaith leaders to commemorate disaster.  The special Mass which Cardinal Keith O'Brien will celebrate for the victims of the Indian Ocean disaster in St. Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh on Sunday 2 January at 7.30pm will also be attended by Sikh, Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist members of Edinburgh's Interfaith Council.  The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Dr. Allison Elliot will participate, together with the Episcopal Bishop of Edinburgh, the Right Rev. Brian Smith.  In his homily, Cardinal O'Brien will call for long term development aid to the...

Cardinal O'Brien's Guatemala visit.

Posted by SCMO on 17th January 2005 in Christianity |
Cardinal O'Brien's Guatemala visit.  Cardinal Keith O Brien and Mgr David Gemmell (Adminstrator of St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh) arrived safely in Petén, Northern Guatemala on Saturday afternoon after two days flying.  The Cardinal is on a two week visit to Guatemala and Mexico, visiting parishes in both countries where priests from his Diocese of St Andrew's and Edinburgh are on loan to the local diocese.  Writing from Flores in Guatemala, Mgr. Gemmell said;  "Perhaps the most interesting part of the journey was the flight from Belize to Guatemala in a four-seater plane in which we were the only passengers. Fr.Tommy Greenan of the Archdiocese of St. A...

Scottish Church Leaders Urge Truthfulness in Political Debate

Posted by SCMO on 27th November 2019 in Blogging |
27th November 2019   Ten Scottish church leaders have joined together in calling for a respectful tone in the ongoing political debate - that recognises the human value in all people.   As campaigning enters the final three weeks before the General Election on 12 December, the leaders have urged people to think of the many issues that unite rather than divide.   The statement says:   “As people of faith, we believe in the flourishing of local communities and the importance of acting to make sure this can become a reality. There are many issues which divide us but many more that can unite us – and the realisation of a fairer, more equal and more j...

Independent Safeguarding Audits welcomed by Catholic Church

Posted by SCMO on 30th January 2020 in Blogging |
Thursday 30th January 2020   An independent audit of safeguarding processes in the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh and the Diocese of Galloway published today (Thursday 30 January 2020) has been welcomed by both dioceses.   The audit was commissioned by the Independent Review Group (IRG) established by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Scotland in 2017. Its role is to help ensure the implementation of recommendations made in a comprehensive report into safeguarding in the Catholic Church in Scotland by the McLellan Commission in 2015. The IRG is an autonomous body that works separately from the Catholic Church and is chaired by Baroness Helen...

Catholic bishops announce decision to suspend Mass in public

Posted by SCMO on 18th March 2020 in Blogging |
Wednesday 18th March   In an unprecedented move, Scotland’s Catholic bishops have announced that with effect from Thursday 19th March, no public Masses will be celebrated in Scotland. In a statement released today (Wednesday 18 March) the bishops announced, that priests would continue to celebrate Holy Mass in private, praying for those suffering from Covid-19 and those who care for them. Churches will remain open for personal prayer and parish priests are asked to welcome individuals who seek consolation and encouragement from the Lord and to be available for the reception of the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick and Holy Communion as and...
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