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Politicians and diplomats mark 4th Anniversary of Pope's election

Posted by SCMO on 27th March 2009 in Christianity |
Friday 27 March 2009Diplomatic representatives from 14 countries together with senior MP's, MSP's and Civic leaders will join Cardinal Keith O'Brien, Scotland's Catholic Bishops and the Pope's ambassador to the UK at a special Mass in Edinburgh on Sunday to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the election of Pope Benedict XVI.Among those present will be the Lord Provost of Edinburgh, The Rt Hon George Grubb, the Secretary of State for Scotland Jim Murphy MP, Scottish Education Minister Fiona Hyslop, MSP and Scottish Labour Party leader Ian Gray, MSP.The Principal Celebrant will be Cardinal Keith O'Brien and the Homily will be delivered by the Bishop of Motherwel...

Comments on death of Frances Shand Kydd

Posted by SCMO on 3rd June 2004 in Christianity |
The Bishop of Argyll and the Isles, Rt Rev Ian Murray,  released the following statement on hearing news of the death of Mrs  Shand Kydd:  "The whole Catholic community of the highlands will be saddened to  hear of the death of Frances Shand Kydd. She was a deeply spiritual  woman who had very successfully made her home here, integrating into the  community very well. The priest administrator of St Columba's  Cathedral in Oban, Canon Donald MacKay, was with her when she died,  shortly after having received the last rites of the Church.  "She was a well-kent face in the Oban area, a reader at Mass in the  Cathedral and always on hand to prepare teas and...

Justice and Peace National Secretary remembers Cardinal Winning and reiterates his concerns for asylum seekers.

Posted by SCMO on 17th June 2004 in Christianity |
Justice and Peace National Secretary remembers Cardinal Winning and reiterates his concerns for asylum seekers.  Today, 17th June, marks the 3rd anniversary of the death of Cardinal Thomas Winning. Richard McCready, the National Secretary of the Justice and Peace Commission of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Scotland, today praised the late Cardinal s contribution to the debate on asylum and immigration.  Dr McCready was speaking at a meeting in Edinburgh tonight (7 pm 17 June 2004) organised by Helsinki Citizens Assembly, Scotland, the topic under discussion was Scottish stories for Refugee Week. Richard McCready spoke on ˜The Experience of Irish Migran...

Church leaders pray for peace

Posted by SCMO on 28th June 2004 in Christianity |
"As the Coalition Authority hands back control of Iraq to its people, Cardinal, Moderator and Primus call for 'Day of Prayer' for peace on Wednesday 30 June 2004, the intended handover date.  Cardinal Keith Patrick O'Brien, President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Scotland, Dr Alison Elliot, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and Bishop Bruce Cameron, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, today issued a joint call for a 'Day of Prayer' for peace to be observed on Wednesday 30 June - two days after the Coalition Authority handed over power to the people of Iraq.  The church leaders said;  "As the people of Iraq are handed ba...

Fatal fire at St Peter-in-Chains' chapel house, Ardrossan

Posted by SCMO on 2nd July 2004 in Christianity |
Following the fire and discovery of a body in the chapel house of St. Peter-in-Chains, South Crescent Road, Ardrossan, in the early hours of this morning there will be no comment made by the Bishop of Galloway Right Reverend John Cunningham until a formal identification of the body has been made.  Although the church has not been affected by the fire the chapel house has suffered extensive damage making the building too dangerous for emergency services to conduct a full investigation into the cause of the fire. Once the building is made safe emergency services will begin their investigation.  The police officer in charge is Detective Inspector Lorna Hamilton w...

Cardinal claims politicians fail to set "objective standards of behaviour for a generation"

Posted by SCMO on 31st May 2009 in Christianity |
Cardinal O'Brien claims politicians fail to set "objective standardsof behaviour for a generation"In a homily to be delivered at 3pm at St. Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh today (Sunday 31 May 2009) Cardinal Keith O'Brien will claim that in failing to set objective standards of behaviour for a generation,   "we have created a largely amoral society."The full text of the homily is shown below.ENDSPeter KearneyDirectorCatholic Media Office5 St. Vincent PlaceGlasgowG1 2DH0141 221  Note to Editors:You are invited to send a photographer/reporter/camera crew to St. Mary's Cathedral, Broughton Street, Edinburgh at 3.00pmMASS FOR PENTECOST SU...
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