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Message for 44th World Communications Day - 16 May 2010

Posted by SCMO on 17th May 2010 in Christianity |
Message for 44th World Communications Day - 16 May 2010   In a pastoral letter read at all masses on 15 & 16 May, President of the National Communications Commission, Bishop Philip Tartaglia, urged Scots Catholics to support the communications work of the church in the lead up to the Pope's visit in September. Archbishop Tartaglia said; "The media implications and requirements for the Pope s visit are massive. ". The full text of the message is shown below.       Peter Kearney   Director   Catholic Media Office   5 St. Vincent Place   Glasgow   G1 2DH   0141 221 1168 07968 122291  pk@scmo.org   www.scmo.org   My Dear Brothers and Sister...
 

53rd World Communications Day Message - Sunday 2nd June 2019

Posted by SCMO on 1st June 2019 in Blogging |
My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ   From a like to an Amen– From social network communities to the human community   In his message for World Communications Day this year, Pope Francis returns to the theme of the internet and the world of social communications, reminding us that no matter what technology might offer us the human person does not want to be left isolated and alone. I urge you to read his text in full, which is available on the website of the Catholic Media Office at www.scmo.org.   In his letter, Pope Francis draws our attention to an ambivalence in social media that we have begun to experience ourselves. We appreciate greatly...
 

ST NINIAN'S DAY PARADE LAUNCH

Posted by SCMO on 30th August 2010 in Christianity |
ST NINIAN'S DAY PARADE LAUNCH: WELCOMING THE HOLY FATHER TO SCOTLAND   ST MARGARET'S CHAPEL, EDINBURGH CASTLE, 10.15 HRS, TUESDAY 31 AUGUST       Cardinal Keith Patrick O'Brien, will today launch the St Ninian's Day Parade - a 'grand Scottish spectacle' to welcome Pope Benedict XVI to this country next month while also raising money for good causes at home and abroad. To launch the event, the Cardinal will be joined by the Minister for Culture and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop MSP.   The Holy Father arrives in Edinburgh on the morning of 16 September - St Ninian's Day - where he will meet Her Majesty The Queen at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. It's estima...
 

OFFICIAL ST NINIAN’S DAY PAPAL VISIT 2010 TARTAN LAUNCH

Posted by SCMO on 8th September 2010 in Christianity |
 OFFICIAL ST NINIAN S DAY PAPAL VISIT 2010 TARTAN LAUNCH12.30pm, THURSDAY AUGUST OUTSIDE PUBLIC ENTRANCE OF SCOTTISH PARLIAMENTCardinal Keith Patrick O Brien will tomorrow unveil the world s first ever Papal Visit plaid when he presents the St Ninian s Day Tartan to the country s political leaders at the Scottish Parliament.The tartan will be handed over to the Parliament s Presiding Officer, the Rt Hon Alex Fergusson MSP, along with leading figures from the four main parties on behalf of their parliamentary groups. This will include the Rt Hon Alex Salmond MSP, Iain Gray MSP and Annabel Goldie MSP. All 129 MSP s will then be gifted a tie or a scarf by the Car...
 

CARDINAL O’BRIEN TO RECIEVE SCOTTISH YOUTH CROSS

Posted by SCMO on 14th September 2010 in Christianity |
Tuesday 14 September 2010CARDINAL O BRIEN TO RECIEVE SCOTTISH YOUTH CROSSAT ONE OF COUNTRY'S MOST HISTORIC CHRISTIAN SITES. ¢      1730, ST PATRICKS CHURCH, COWGATE, EDINBURGH ¢      1830 THE ESPLANADE, EDINBURGH CASTLE ¢      1845 APPROX, ST MARGARET S CHAPEL, EDINBURGH CASTLECardinal Keith Patrick O Brien will this evening bless then receive a newYouth Cross presented to him by the young Catholic people of Scotland.The Scottish Youth Cross will be carried in procession by young people andyouth workers of the Catholic Church. The Cross will be blessed at 5:30pmin St Patrick's Church in Edinburgh s Cowgate by Cardinal Keith O'Brien,who has been Pr...
 

Pope Benedict's Homily, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, 16.9.10

Posted by SCMO on 16th September 2010 in Christianity |
HOLY SEE PRESS OFFICE EMBARGO  until speech delivered  check against delivery  2  GLASGOW - 16.09.2010 - 17.15  Bellahouston Park  Holy Mass  Original text  Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,   The Kingdom of God is very near to you! (Lk 10:9).   With these words of the Gospel we have just heard, I greet  all of you with great affection in the Lord.   Truly the Lord s Kingdom is already in our midst!   At this Eucharistic  celebration in which the Church in Scotland gathers around the altar in union with the Successor of Peter, let us reaffirm  our faith in Christ s word and our hope “ a hope which never disappoints “ in his promises! ...
 
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