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Cardinal's Easter Homily

Posted by SCMO on 3rd April 2012 in Christianity |

Embargoed: 00.01 Saturday 7 April 2012 Cardinal's Easter HomilyIn his Easter sunday Homily which will be preached in St. Mary's Cathedral,Edinburgh on sunday 8 April, Cardinal Keith O'Brien will call for Christiansto identify with the cross and make it more prominent in their lives.When he preaches in his Cathedral on Easter sunday, the Cardinal will saythat the cross should be an important part of people's lives suggesting thatevery Christian should; "wear proudly a symbol of the cross of Christ ontheir garments each and every day of their lives"He will add: "I know that many of you do wear such a cross of Christ “ notin any ostentatious way, not in a way t...

The Saltire / Herald annual debate

Posted by SCMO on 16th May 2003 in Christianity |

Christianity in Scotland ­  More than just a lifestyle choice? What role now for the Churches in contemporary Scotland? Venue: Glasgow Royal Concert HallDate: Tuesday 27 MayTime 7.00 pmTicket price £5 (concessions £3.50)Box office: Tel 0141 353 8000 Christianity in Scotland ­  More than just a lifestyle choice? What role now for the Churches in contemporary Scotland? As church attendance figures continue to fall The Saltire Society investigates the role of the Christian Churches in today's society. Does the Church still have a central role in the life of the population of Scotland or is it at worst an irrelevance, at best just another lifestyle choi...

Pastoral Letter from the Bishop of Aberdeen

Posted by SCMO on 30th November 2004 in Christianity |

Pastoral Letter on the Eucharist, from the Bishop of Aberdeen.  North East Catholics have been asked by their Bishop to explore the meaning  Of the Mass. Bishop Peter Moran wrote to all Catholics in the Aberdeen Diocese and asked them to deepen their knowledge of the Mass.  Bishop Peter explained Our sunday Mass is our deepest contact with God in  The week. Pope John Paul II has declared a special Year of the Eucharist, and I would like all North East Catholics to go to courses of study organised in their own parishes about the Mass.   One of my priorities when I became bishop a year ago was the Christian  formation of all our parishioners, including ad...

communications sunday Letter from Archbishop Tartaglia

Posted by SCMO on 13th May 2013 in Christianity |

sunday 12 May 2013 communications sunday Letter from Archbishop TartagliaMy Dear brothers and sisters in ChristOn this communications sunday I hardly need to draw your attention tothe importance of communications in the life of the Church ­   recentmonths have seen the media carrying the best and the worst of news forus as Catholics. We have been dismayed, hurt and embarrassed byheadlines and news bulletins bringing shameful revelations about theChurch at the highest levels. We have witnessed the power of the media,and sometimes felt under siege from its harsh glare.Yet the media have also allowed us to participate in and experience thepowerful and emotional...

Cardinal attacks "Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill"

Posted by SCMO on 20th March 2008 in Christianity |

Friday 20 March 2008Cardinal Keith O'Brien will   use his Easter sunday Homily on 23 March 2008 to launch apowerful attack on the Government's   "Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill"   currently  going through Parliament.In the homily, the Cardinal will describe the proposed legislation as "amonstrous attack on human rights, human dignity and human life" adding "Insome other European countries one could be jailed for doing what we intendto make legal"Cardinal O'Brien will also accuse Gordon Brown of denying Labour MP's "theright to vote according to their conscience" and backing a law which will,"add to the 2.2 million human embryos already destroyed or ...

Bishops Conference of Scotland Meeting: March 2016

Posted by SCMO on 14th March 2016 in Blogging |

Summary of Meeting and Decisions   sunday TRADING:   The Bishops' agreed to endorse a letter drafted by the Christian Institute on the subject of a proposed change in sunday trading law in England & Wales. Although Employment Law is a reserved power to Westminster it could have knock on effects on the rights of Scottish workers. The letters are addressed to Scottish MP's. The text of the letter is shown below:   "Dear Sir,   On Wednesday the Westminster Parliament will vote on whether or not to liberalise sunday trading laws in England and Wales.   Some might suggest that this is not a matter for Scotland but this is plainl...
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