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POLL SHOWS OPPOSITION TO THE PAPAL VISIT EVAPORATING

Posted by SCMO on 29th August 2010 in Christianity |
Sunday 29 August 2010POLL SHOWS OPPOSITION TO THE PAPAL VISIT EVAPORATING  Opposition to next month s Papal Visit to Scotland seems to be dramaticallysmaller than predicted, according to a new poll out today. The surveysuggests that a few as 2% of Scots say they re strongly opposed to thevisit with over fifteen times as many people saying they re in favour of it.The survey, carried out by Opinion Research Business   and surveying over1000 adults across Scotland, finds that only 2% of Scots say they stronglyobject to the visit whilst another 3% say they object .Commenting on the findings, Cardinal Keith Patrick O Brien said; I am greatly heartened by the r...
 

Elect individuals who reflect your beliefs Catholic voters told

Posted by SCMO on 19th November 2019 in Blogging |
Tuesday 19 November 2019   In a pastoral letter which will be read at all 500 Catholic churches in Scotland this weekend (23/24 November) Scotland's Catholic Bishops, will urge parishioners to participate in the 2019 General Election and to “elect an individual representative who reflects as closely as possible our beliefs”. Scotland’s Catholic Bishops warn that “a creeping intolerance towards religious belief” has become “a part of life”.   The letter goes on to reflect on a range of issues and urges catholic voters to raise them with their candidates. Among the subjects highlighted are:   Human Life - Voters are reminded that abortion, a...
 

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...
 

Bishops call for the application of international law in Israel and Palesti

Posted by SCMO on 17th December 2019 in Blogging |
17th January 2020   Bishops from across Europe and North America called on their governments to insist on the application of international law in Israel and Palestine, following their visit to the Holy Land this week.   The bishops of the Holy Land Coordination, including Scotland’s Bishop William Nolan of the Diocese of Galloway, who visit the region every year in support of the local Church to promote dialogue and peace, said they were inspired by the enduring resilience of the people they met in Gaza, East Jerusalem and Ramallah despite the worsening situation.    However, they echoed the local bishops’ lament of the international community’s...
 

Ordination of Rev. James Bell

Posted by SCMO on 28th February 2005 in Christianity |
Ordination of Rev. James Bell Wednesday 2nd March 2005  THE FIRST EVER ordination of a married Catholic priest in Scotland is due to take place in the Diocese of Aberdeen on Wednesday 2nd March 2005 at 6.30pm in St. Mary's Church in Inverness.The Reverend James Bell, a former priest of the Scottish Episcopal Church, will be ordained by Bishop Peter A. Moran, Bishop of Aberdeen.  Former Anglican priests, including married priests, have already been ordained as Catholic priests in England, and some have been given posts in Scotland, but this will be the first such ordination ceremony to take place North of the Border. James Bell, who is in his sixties, has exten...
 
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