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Pope appoints new archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2013 in Christianity |

News from the Catholic ChurchPope appoints new archbishop of St. Andrews and EdinburghPope Francis has today, July 24, 2013, appointed Monsignor Leo cushleyas archbishop of St. Andrews & Edinburgh.The new archbishop will take over the governance of the Archdiocesefrom archbishop Philip Tartaglia who has been Apostolic Administratorfollowing the resignation of Cardinal Keith O'Brien, who was archbishopfrom August 1985 until March 2013.Mgr cushley is presently Head of the English-language section of theVatican s Secretariat of State and has been a close collaborator ofboth Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis. In his capacity as Prelate ofthe Anticamera Mgr Cush...
 

Episcopal Ordination of archbishop-elect Leo cushley.

Posted by SCMO on 20th September 2013 in Christianity |

Episcopal Ordination of archbishop-elect Leo cushley.  The Episcopal Ordination of archbishop-elect Leo cushley will take place at St. Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh at 11am on Saturday 21st September 2013. archbishop Elect cushley who was appointed new archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh by Pope Francis on 24 July will become the eighth archbishopof St. Andrews and Edinburgh since the restoration of the Catholic Hierarchy in 1878.  He will be consecrated by:  Cardinal James Harvey, who will be the principal consecrator and principal celebrant of the Mass of Episcopal Ordination/Consecration. Cardinal Harvey was Mgr. cushley ’s first superior in the Secret...
 

Small is still beautiful:  archbishop cushley marks Rerum Novarum at 125

Posted by SCMO on 9th June 2016 in Blogging |

  archbishop Leo cushley of St Andrews & Edinburgh is marking the 125th anniversary of a landmark Papal encyclical – Pope Leo XIII’s Rerum Novarum – by re-proposing its social teaching as “enormously relevant to modern-day Scottish society’s pursuit of the common good”.   “At the foundation of Pope Leo’s vision was an unshakable belief in the intrinsic value of every man, woman and child,” writes archbishop cushley in The Scotsman, 9 June, 2016.   “The measure of any political, moral or economic order was to be the degree to which it threatened or enhanced the life and dignity ...
 

Pope Francis invited to visit Rome’s Pontifical Scots College

Posted by SCMO on 20th January 2016 in Christianity | Pope Francis,Scots College,Rome

Pope Francis has been officially invited to visit the Pontifical Scots College in Rome to help mark this year’s 400th anniversary of its founding as a seminary.   “The Pontifical Scots College has a truly remarkable history and, so, it would be wonderful if Pope Francis could join us as we celebrate that past with pride while looking to the future with great confidence and trust in the Lord,” said archbishop Leo cushley of St Andrews & Edinburgh 20 January.       The Pontifical Scots College in Rome was founded in 1600 by Pope Clement VIII to provide an education for young Scottish Catholic men who, due to...
 

Ordination of the Right Reverend Brian McGee

Posted by on 18th February 2016 in Blogging | ordination,Argyll and the Isles,Bishop Brian McGee,archbishop cushley

  archbishop cushley praised the “long and distinguished history of the Church of Christ in Argyll and the Isles” in his homily on the occasion of the Ordination of Mgr. Brian McGee as Bishop of Argyll and the Isles.   The Episcopal Ordination of Monsignor Brian McGee as the new Bishop of Argyll and the Isles took place at St. Columba’s Cathedral in Oban today, Thursday 18 February at 7.00pm.The new Bishop was consecrated by archbishop Leo cushley of St Andrews and Edinburgh.   In his homily, archbishop cushley, spoke of the journey of St Columba to Iona 1,400 years ago, where he and his successors became “the u...
 

archbishop Leo cushley delivers Time for Reflection in Scottish Parliament

Posted by SCMO on 28th November 2017 in Blogging |

Delivering the Time for Reflection in the Scottish Parliament today, (Tuesday 28 November 2017), archbishop Leo cushley, the archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh celebrated Scotland’s Patron, Saint Andrew.   Commenting on the legacy of St Andrew he said: “the university town, his name, and his flag, all remind us of something that’s been here, doing a lot of good for a lot of people, for many centuries: and that is the civilizing influence of fair laws, of just courts, of a belief in objective truth, of standards of behaviour, of mutual respect, of helping others who need a hand.”   “No matter your beliefs”, he added, “there are still one ...
 
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