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Bishop Devine asks families to be discerning media consumers.

Posted by SCMO on 17th May 2004 in Christianity |
...t message SCMO to the following number: 84880. Users can also subscribe online at by clicking on 'Text Alerts'."  ENDS  Peter Kearney  Director  Catholic Media Office  5 St. Vincent Place  Glasgow  G1 2DH  0141 221 1168  LETTER FOR COMMUNICATIONS SUNDAY 22nd/ 23rd MAY 2004  In his letter for World Communications Sunday, 23 May 2004, Pope John Paul II warns against the corrosive influence on marriage and family life that the media can exert and urges parents to exert greater control over their own and their children s television viewing habits. It is timely advice.  The increased availability of television and...

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...

Statement on the papal Visit from Cardinal Keith O'Brien president of the Bishops' Conference of Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 2nd July 2010 in Christianity |
...Thursday 1 July 2010   As our school terms come to an end and the Scottish holiday season gets underway, I hope that as many people as possible will participate in the celebrations surrounding the visit to our country of Pope Benedict XVI on Thursday 16 September, ensuring that it is a momentous and memorable day. Many detailed arrangements have been worked out over the past few months and a clear programme has now emerged for what I am certain will be a day of great happiness and celebration in our country. I am grateful to all those in our school and parish communities for the patience and forbearance they have shown while we have awaited final approval from...


Posted by SCMO on 6th August 2010 in Christianity |
...Friday 6 August 2010OPERATIONAL NOTE: PAPAL VISIT PRESS ACCREDITATION PROCESS NOW OPEN.The accreditation for the Papal Visit to the UK, 16-19 September, is nowopen.Anybody who wishes to be accredited should do so through the website ofthe Foreign and Commonwealth Office. process closes on Wednesday, August 18.NB. The media accreditation for the Papal Mass at Bellahouston may berestricted due to capacity constraints. Scottish media representatives will begiven preference. If you wish to be at Bellahoustonthen tick the appropriate box on page one of the FCO accredit...

Susan Boyle "honoured" to be singing for the Pope

Posted by SCMO on 26th August 2010 in Christianity |
...25 August 2010Susan Boyle "honoured" to be singing for the PopeTELEVISION EMBARGO 11AM - 25 AUGUST 2010World famous Scottish singer Susan Boyle has described the opportunity tosing for Pope Benedict XVI as "her greatest dream come true." Speaking in atelevision interview recorded by the Scottish Catholic Media Office, theglobal singing sensation spoke of being "honoured and humbled" by theinvitation.Susan will perform three times at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow on Thursday16 September as well as singing with the 800 strong choir at the open airMass which will be celebrated by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit toScotland.The Mass will begin around 5.15pm, while...


Posted by SCMO on 10th September 2010 in Christianity |
...Friday 10 September 2010PAPAL VISIT - MEDIA ADVISORY NOTICE1. The Scottish Catholic Media Office has posted a series of "Papal Visit Resources" on its website (Click on "Papal Visit Resources")   They comprise detailed background briefings on the Pope's visit to Scotland on 16 September 2010.2. Cardinal Keith O'Brien will hold a Press Conference to discuss the forthcoming Papal Visit on Monday 13 September 2010 at 2.30 pm at the Gillis Pastoral Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1BB. There will be opportunities for one to one interviews. To register to attend and to bid for an individual interview please email the address below. All emails...
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