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8 November
Nov 8
08th November 2009

Sunday 8 November 2009

Catholic Church launches new website.

Being Catholic.org is a new website which is designed to promote Catholic adult education in Scotland.   It is provided as a free resource by the Bishops Conference of Scotland.

There are three main sections on the site: Praying our Faith, Learning our Faith and Sharing our Faith.   These are intended to help users to reflect, pray and learn and they provide:
¢      scripture readings from the daily Mass  
¢      a 3 minute on-line retreat  
¢      a thought for the day which can be download to MP3 players
¢      blogs and podcasts.

There are links to the Vatican Radio and the Vatican YouTube websites, as well as to various Scottish Catholic agencies, helping users to keep up-to-date with the latest news and views in the Catholic Church.
The site also provides information on the many courses and events provided in Scotland to help Catholic adults to grow in their faith.  
All this information is just a simple click away.  


Peter Kearney
Catholic Media Office
5 St. Vincent Place
G1 2DH
0141 221 1168
07968 122291


1. You are invited to send a reporter/photographer/camera crew to the launch of BeingCatholic.org it will be launched at a meeting of the Bishops Conference of Scotland at 2pm on Monday 9th November in the Gillis Centre, 100 Strathearn Road, Edinburgh EH91BB.  
2. Posters and bookmarks advertising BeingCatholic .org are being distributed to all 500 Catholic parishes in Scotland.

For more information, contact: Michael McGrath, Director, Scottish Catholic education Service - 0141 556 4727 or 07793 746094  

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