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Pope appoints new Scottish bishop.

Posted by SCMO on 13th September 2005 in Christianity |

Pope Benedict XVI has appointed Fr Philip tartaglia as the new bishop of Paisley. The announcement was made at noon today (13 September 2005) in Rome (11am BST). The new bishop-elect succeeds bishop John Mone who retired in October 2004 after 16 years as bishop.The appointment was warmly welcomed by Archbishop Mario Conti who has been Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese since bishop Mone retired, he said;"I am delighted that our new Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, has provided the Diocese Paisley with a new bishop, a priest with many talents, and experience of serving in the Strathclyde area, albeit on the north bank of the river which unites the Diocese of P...

Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2012 in Christianity |

Pope appoints new Archbishop of Glasgow==STRICT EMBARGO 11AM TUESDAY ==Pope Benedict XVI has today, July 24 2012, appointed bishop Philip tartaglia (until now bishop of Paisley) as Archbishop of Glasgow.   The new Archbishop will succeed Most Rev Mario Joseph Conti, who has been Archbishop since 22 February 2002.  Commenting on the appointment, the new Archbishop-Elect said: I am conscious of the historic place of the Archdiocese of Glasgow in the history of Christianity in Scotland and of its importance for the Catholic community in particular.   It is a great honour for me to be appointed Archbishop of my native city and diocese. Archbishop tartaglia said...

Funeral Mass of Rt.Rev.John Aloysius Mone

Posted by SCMO on 21st October 2016 in Blogging |

Friday 21st October 2016, St.Mirin   bishop John Keenan, bishop of Paisley, will be the principal celebrant and homilist at the Funeral Mass for his predecessor bishop John Mone (bishop of Paisley, 1988-2004) in St.Mirin’s Cathedral Paisley.  He will be accompanied by Archbishop Philip tartaglia and bishop Brian McGee and other Scottish bishops, along with the priests of the Diocese of Paisley and the other Scottish dioceses, principally the Archdiocese of Glasgow where bishop Mone was a priest for 32 years prior to his consecration as a bishop.  Numerous nieces and nephews of bishop Mone and other relatives and friends will be i...

Pope Francis appoints new bishop of Paisley

Posted by SCMO on 8th February 2014 in Christianity |

Pope Francis appoints new bishop of Paisley Pope Francis has today (Saturday 8 February 2014) appointed Fr John Keenan, as bishop of Paisley.  The Diocese of Paisley has been vacant since September 2012, when bishop Philip tartaglia became Archbishop of Glasgow. Fr David Boyd has been the Administrator of the Diocese in the interim.Reacting to the announcement, bishop-Elect Keenan said; While nervous at my appointment, I have been very uplifted at the congratulations and good wishes I have received so far which have given me more confidence.   Everyone I speak to says Paisley is a wonderful diocese with good priests and people full of faith. I am looking fo...

Pope Francis appoints new bishop of Dunkeld

Posted by SCMO on 11th December 2013 in Christianity |

WEDNESDAY 11 DECEMBER 2013  Pope Francis appoints new bishop of DunkeldPope Francis has today appointed bishop Stephen Robson, currently Auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh as the new bishop of Dunkeld.  bishop Robson will replace bishop Vincent Logan who stood down as bishop of Dunkeld after almost 30 years in December 2010 on health grounds. Monsignor Basil O Sullivan has been the Administrator of the Diocese in the interim.Reacting to the announcement, bishop Robson said; I am deeply honoured to have been chosen by Pope Francis as the next bishop of Dunkeld. Dunkeld is a beautiful diocese set in the heart of Scotland and I look ...

bishops elect new office bearers

Posted by SCMO on 5th November 2012 in Christianity |

5 November 2012 bishops elect new office bearers At their meeting in Edinburgh on 5 November 2012, the bishops' Conference of Scotland elected new office bearers for a three year term. Archbishop Philip tartaglia was elected President, bishop Joseph Toal was elected Vice President and bishop Hugh Gilbert was elected Episcopal Secretary. Cardinal Keith O'Brien who will be 75 next March intimated his intention to stand down as Conference President. Commenting after the election, Archbishop tartaglia said; "I am honoured to have been elected President of the bishops' Conference of Scotland and grateful to my brother bishops for the trust they ...
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