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Ordination of new bishop of Argyll and Isles

Posted by on 17th February 2016 in Blogging | Episcopal ordination,Argyll and the Isles,Bishop Brian McGee
...ct McGee, Archbishop Cushley said; “Bishop-elect McGee is a good man, a fine priest and a seasoned pastor who brings many years of experience to bear in his new role as Bishop of Argyll & the Isles.”    “His own family has roots in the north of Ireland, just like St Columba who travelled in the 6th century to Iona in order to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to consolidate it among the peoples of his own language and culture – so Bishop-elect McGee now follows in his saintly footsteps.”     The Papal Nuncio, HE Archbishop Antonia Mennini, will attend, representing Pope Francis.    ENDS &...
 

Archbishop Leo Cushley celebrates first ever Mass in Scottish Parliament

Posted by SCMO on 28th March 2018 in Blogging |
...28 March 2018     Today, 28 March, at 12.30pm Archbishop Leo Cushley, Archbishop of St Andrews & Edinburgh, will celebrate what is believed to be the first ever Mass in the Scottish Parliament. All MSPs are invited to attend mass, which takes place during Holy Week.     Commenting on the occasion, Anthony Horan, Director of the Scottish Catholic Parliamentary Office said:     ‘The celebration of Holy Mass, the summit of Catholic life, is an opportunity to express prayers for the work of our elected representatives and for the common good of society. Of course, Holyrood means Holy Cross, so in that sense, parliament is a most fitting place fo...
 

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

Posted by SCMO on 19th March 2018 in Blogging |
...Death Notice   Archbishop Emeritus Keith Patrick Cardinal O’Brien (1938-2018) RIP     At 1am on Monday 19 March 2018, His Eminence Keith Patrick Cardinal O’Brien, Archbishop Emeritus of St Andrews & Edinburgh, died at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Newcastle-upon-Tyne surrounded by family and friends and fortified by the rites of Holy Church. RIP. He was 80 years old.     Commenting upon the news, Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews & Edinburgh said: “In life, Cardinal O’Brien may have divided opinion – in death, however, I think all can be united in praying for the repose of his soul, for comfort for his grieving family an...
 

Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2012 in Christianity |
...Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow==STRICT EMBARGO 11AM TUESDAY ==Pope Benedict XVI has today, July 24 2012, appointed Bishop Philip Tartaglia (until now Bishop of Paisley) as Archbishop of Glasgow.   The new Archbishop will succeed Most Rev Mario Joseph Conti, who has been Archbishop since 22 February 2002.  Commenting on the appointment, the new Archbishop-Elect said: I am conscious of the historic place of the Archdiocese of Glasgow in the history of Christianity in Scotland and of its importance for the Catholic community in particular.   It is a great honour for me to be appointed Archbishop of my native city and diocese. Archbishop Tartaglia said...
 

Ordination of new Bishop of Paisley

Posted by SCMO on 18th March 2014 in Christianity |
...Tuesday 18 March 2014Ordination of new Bishop of PaisleyThe Episcopal Ordination of Fr John Keenan as the new Bishop of Paisley will take place at St. Mirin s Cathedral in Paisley on Wednesday 19 March 2014 at 7pm.Speaking ahead of his Episcopal Ordination Bishop Elect Keenan said; I know Paisley is a wonderful diocese with good priests and people full of faith. I am looking forward to being with my brother priests, many of whom I already know really well, and getting to know the people and the parishes of the diocese.   I hope just to settle in and listen a lot.  The new Bishop will be consecrated by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow and the co-consecr...
 

Christmas Messages from the Catholic Bishops of Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 17th December 2019 in Blogging |
...17th December 2019   Bishop Hugh Gilbert – Bishop of Aberdeen and President of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland   May I wish everyone a joyful Christmas and all good things for 2020! We don’t know the future, but we do know that God is with us – always, everywhere. And that changes everything.   What can we wish for others, for our family and friends, for ourselves? What about change? That might sound rude. But not if it’s meant well. Christmas – God with us – changes everything and something can shift in us through celebrating it. Something new can enter and change our standard selves.   At Christmas – at the Annunciation, to be p...
 
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