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Important information for journalists covering the forthcoming consistory and the elevation of

Posted by SCMO on 15th October 2003 in Christianity |
1.PRESS CONFERENCE INVITATION  2.TIMETABLE OF EVENTS  3.USEFUL CONTACTS  1. PRESS CONFERENCE INVITATION  The Scottish Catholic Media Office (SCMO) invites you to a Press Conference and reception with Cardinal-designate Keith O'Brien at The Hotel De Russie, Rome on Monday 20 October.  TIMINGS:  18.15 - 18.30 Assemble "Torlonia Room"  18.30 - 18.50 Photocall with Cardinal-designate O'Brien & Scotland's First  Minister, Mr. Jack McConnell  18.50 - 19.20 Press Conference  19.20 - 20.30 Media Reception  (Timings may vary)  NB: IF YOU INTEND TO ATTEND THE ABOVE EVENT PLEASE E-MAIL THE SCMO AT THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS - mail@scmo.org  TRAVEL & HOTEL I...
 

Cardinal stresses continuity at opening mass of new school

Posted by SCMO on 14th November 2003 in Christianity |
Cardinal stresses continuity at opening mass of new school.  Speaking at the opening mass of St. David's Secondary School in Dalkeith this evening (14 November), Cardinal Keith Patrick O'Brien delivered the following address:  "On this occasion I think back some 40 years ago when my predecessor as Archbishop, Cardinal Gordon Joseph Gray, blessed and dedicated the buildings of the then new St David s Secondary School here in Dalkeith in 1967. Now for the first time, as Archbishop and as Cardinal, I am celebrating mass in this new St David s Secondary School and dedicating your chapel.  One might ask just what has changed in those 40 years with regard to St Dav...
 

Funeral mass of Rt.Rev.John Aloysius Mone

Posted by SCMO on 21st October 2016 in Blogging |
Friday 21st October 2016, St.Mirin   Bishop John Keenan, Bishop of Paisley, will be the principal celebrant and homilist at the Funeral mass for his predecessor Bishop John Mone (Bishop of Paisley, 1988-2004) in St.Mirin’s Cathedral Paisley.  He will be accompanied by Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and Bishop Brian McGee and other Scottish Bishops, along with the priests of the Diocese of Paisley and the other Scottish dioceses, principally the Archdiocese of Glasgow where Bishop Mone was a priest for 32 years prior to his consecration as a bishop.  Numerous nieces and nephews of Bishop Mone and other relatives and friends will be i...
 

Communications Sunday Pastoral Letter

Posted by SCMO on 27th April 2008 in Christianity |
In his message sent to all of Scotland's 500 parishes for the 42nd World Communications Day, Bishop Philip Tartaglia President of the National Communications Commission of the Bishops' Conference of Scotland claims "a fundamental disconnection between the provider and the consumer" has occurred in the media. The letter which will be read at all masses on Sunday, 4 May 2008 suggests that "mass communications can fairly be charged with losing the ethical underpinning that once existed". Archbishop Tartaglia points out, "While the last national census showed that over two thirds of Scots described themselves as Christians, few of those who work in radio, television...
 

Funeral of Eilidh MacLeod

Posted by SCMO on 5th June 2017 in Blogging |
The funeral mass for Eilidh MacLeod, will take place at 11.15am today (Monday 5 June 2017) in the church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Castlebay, Barra. Parish Priest, Fr John Paul MacKinnon will celebrate the mass which will also be relayed to mourners in nearby Castlebay Hall.   In his introduction, Fr. MacKinnon will say:   “My dear brothers and sisters- today we come together here on our beautiful island of Barra as a family, as “one big family”, to pray as a family for our dear beautiful Eilidh MacLeod. Eilidh was taken from us at such a young age- and we are hurting and in pain with the loss of Eilidh from our lives.”   In...
 

“Mercy Bus” redefines “mass” transit

Posted by SCMO on 27th July 2017 in Blogging |
“Mercy Bus” redefines “mass” transit. Thursday 27 July 2017   A Scottish bishop will celebrate mass on a double-decker bus, for the first time in the UK, in Paisley next week. The special bus will set off on its opening tour from the cenotaph at Paisley Cross at 1pm on Monday 31 July 2017.   The bus tour is the brainchild of the ‘Friends of Divine Mercy Scotland’, speaking ahead of the launch, organiser Helen Border said:   “Inspired by the call from Pope Francis to “Go out to the ­people and take the Church to them” we’ve decided to do just that, with a church on wheels, which between Monday July 31 to Saturday August...
 
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