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New Plans for St Peter's Seminary, Cardross

Posted by SCMO on 5th July 2004 in Christianity |
New Plans for St Peter's Seminary, Cardross  Planning Application lodged to transform run-down estate.  One of Scotland's finest examples of post-modern architecture together with its surrounding estate could be re-opened for recreational use if a Planning Application launched on Friday (2 July 2004) by the Archdiocese of Glasgow is approved.  Under the scheme, the acclaimed A-listed St. Peter s Seminary building, regarded as one of the finest works of Glasgow Architects Gillespie Kidd and Coia, would be safeguarded and partially restored and Kilmahew Estate in which the seminary building revitalised and opened up for the amenity of the local community  Un...

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...

Statement from Bishop Stephen Robson on the death of Bishop Vincent Logan

Posted by SCMO on 14th January 2021 in Blogging |
...ce in the Archdiocese of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh, and finally Vicar Episcopal for Education in the Archdiocese from 1977-1981. His final parochial appointment in the Archdiocese was as Parish Priest of St Mary’s, Ratho, from 1977-1981. Following on from his consecration as Bishop of Dunkeld on 26th February 1981, he served for 32 very energetic and innovative years both in the Diocese and in the Bishops Conference. His work was greatly appreciated at all times.    Much can be said about Bishop Vincent’s achievements, but these can wait for a more leisurely time once the pandemic dangers have passed and we can Celebrate Bishop Vincent’s Requiem Mas...

Lentfest Launch

Posted by SCMO on 13th February 2013 in Christianity |
...r for the Archdiocese ofGlasgow Arts Project founded in 2006.  Speaking ahead of the launch, Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia,said: This year s Lentfest promises an amazing array of opportunitiesfor people across the Glasgow area to engage with faith through art.  Many of the performances will be taken to areas which do not usuallyhave visiting theatre companies or musicians in their neighbourhood.  The aim of the festival is to reach out to people of all faiths and nonewith the Christian message as expressed in art.   Over the years the Festival has grown in size and importance, and I amdelighted to be able to launch it for the 2013 season at the st...

Pope accepts Cardinal O'Brien's resignation

Posted by SCMO on 25th February 2013 in Christianity |
...11am - Monday 25 February 2013  Pope accepts Cardinal O'Brien's resignation    The Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI has accepted on the 18 February 2013 the resignation of His Eminence Cardinal Keith Patrick O Brien from the pastoral governance of the Archdiocese of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh.     This information will be announced and published in the Osservatore Romano of Monday 25 February 2013.  The Cardinal had already presented last November his resignation in view of his 75th birthday on 17 March 2013, and it was accepted by the Holy Father with the formula 'nunc pro tunc' (now for later).     Given the imminent Vacant See, the Holy Father has now d...

New Rector nominated for Royal Scots College Spain

Posted by SCMO on 24th June 2014 in Christianity |
...n for the Archdiocese of Glasgow and it is this educational experience that Archbishop Tartaglia, Archbishop of Glasgow and President of the Bishops Conference of Scotland highlighted:   I am very pleased that Fr Tom Kilbride will be the next Rector of the Royal Scots College, Spain. His nomination was welcomed enthusiastically by the Bishops Conference. Fr   Kilbride is an experienced parish priest who has held responsibility for directing the Religious Education Office of the Archdiocese of Glasgow. He has also shown a special interest in adult religious education and spirituality which will be an invaluable asset for him in his work with candidates for the...
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