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Scottish delegation travel to Philadelphia for World Meeting of Families

Posted by SCMO on 22nd September 2015 in Christianity | Bishop John Keenan, Pope Francis, World Meeting of Families, Philadelpia
For the first time ever, the Catholic Church in Scotland will be officially represented at the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, between 22 and 25 September 2015.       The delegation will be led by Bishop John Keenan of Paisley and include Fr. Nicholas Monaghan from the Church’s National Commission for Marriage and the Family. They will be joined by John Deighan, former Parliamentary Officer of the Bishops Conference, now director of SPUC Scotland and his wife Angela, as well as Fr. John McGinley from the Archdiocese of Glasgow.       The World Meeting of Families, from 22 September – 25 September, i...
 

Bishops announce appointment of new curator

Posted by SCMO on 18th July 2017 in Blogging |
The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland has announced the appointment of Dr Alison Burke as Curator of the Scottish Catholic Heritage Collection at Blairs Museum. Dr Burke was previously Creative Project Co-ordinator with Aberdeen City Council where she started in 2017 to build creative networks in Education in Aberdeen, working with arts based projects in the city’s schools.   She has also worked with the National Trust for Scotland as Manager of Drum Castle and Craigievar Castle and was awarded the George Waterson Award for Services in Conservation (2015) for conservation management of Drum’s collection and for project managing the creation of a bespo...
 

Cardinal O'Brien urges Scots to learn about their patron saint.

Posted by SCMO on 29th November 2009 in Christianity |
Sunday 29 November 2009Cardinal O'Brien urges Scots to learn about their patron saint.  In an article in today's Sunday Times, Cardinal Keith O'Brien will call on Scots to learn more about their patron, St. Andrew whose feast day will be celebrated tomorrow, 30 November.Commenting on an opinion poll showing almost half of respondents think St. Andrew was Scottish, the Cardinal describes the finding as "nothing short of alarming" he also adds his voice to calls for a public holiday, saying Scotland must "grasp the thistle and create a national public holiday."The full text of the Cardinal's article is shown below.ENDSPeter KearneyDirectorCatholic Media Office5 S...
 

Church responds to McLellan Commission Report

Posted by SCMO on 17th August 2015 in Christianity | McLellan Commission, call notice, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia
CALL NOTICE Church responds to McLellan Commission Report You are invited to send a reporter, photographer, camera crew to St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Clyde Street, Glasgow on Tuesday 18 August for 1pm, when Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, will formally respond to the publication of the Report of The McLellan Commission. Scotland’s Catholic Bishops invited Dr. Andrew McLellan to establish a Commission to undertake a review of all aspects of safeguarding policy, procedure and practice within the Catholic Church in Scotland in November 2013. The Commission will publish its Report on 18th August 2015, at 11am.   ENDS   Peter Kearney ...
 

Catholic Bishops Publish Annual Safeguarding Audit

Posted by SCMO on 16th December 2014 in Christianity |
Catholic Bishops Publish Annual Safeguarding Audit In accordance with best practice and in line with a commitment given in 2013, Scotland s Catholic Bishops have today, 16 December 2014 published the Diocesan Safeguarding Audit for 2013. The results of this Audit give a statistical breakdown of reported safeguarding allegations during that year. The statistics show how many allegations were reported in 2013, the category of the incident, the category of the reported perpetrator and the outcome of any investigation.   These statistics have been compiled by the Safeguarding Offices in each of Scotland s 8 dioceses, signed off by each Diocesan Bishop and collat...
 

Appointment of Baroness Helen Liddell as Chair of Independent Review Group

Posted by SCMO on 5th December 2016 in Blogging |
Monday 5 December 2016   The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland has today announced that Baroness Helen Liddell will be the first ever Chair of the Independent Review Group (IRG) an autonomous body, which will function separately from the Church and which will review safeguarding standards and carry out independent audits.     Announcing the appointment, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, President of the Bishops’ Conference said:     “I am most grateful to Baroness Liddell for agreeing to become the first Chair of the Independent Review Group, which will review and audit the Catholic Church’s Safeguarding work. I...
 
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