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9 January
Jan 9
9th January 2003

Bishop John Mone today (Monday 1st September), welcomed the appointment of Dr Richard McCready to the post of National Secretary of the Catholic Bishops' Justice and Peace Commission.

Bishop Mone said; "I am very pleased that Richard has accepted this appointment and especially pleased that this important post has now been filled."

He added:
" I am looking forward to working with him in the future and join the staff of our Justice and Peace Commission and the whole Catholic community in Scotland in wishing him every success in his work."

Speaking from the Commission's Glasgow office, as he took up his post Richard McCready said:

"I am delighted to have been appointed Na
tional Secretary of Justice and Peace. I am looking forward to building on the work which has been done in the past and to inaugurating a new phase in the work of the Commission."

NOTE TO EDITORS:

The Justice & Peace Commission advises the Bishops' Conference of Scotland on on issues related to social Justice and human rights at both national and international levels.

 

BIOGRAPHY:
Born in Glasgow in 1970, former pupil of Holy Family Primary School, Lenzie and St Ninian's High School, Kirkintilloch.

Graduate of the University of Dundee
Master of Arts in Modern History and Political Science
Doctor of Philosophy for a thesis entitled 'The Social and Political Impact of the Irish on Dundee, c.1845-1922' Author of a number of articles on Irish immigration to Scotland.

Formerly a tutor at Dundee University and a lecturer at Dundee College.

Worked in the House of Commons and the Scottish Parliament for former Dundee East MP/MSP John McAllion.

Married to Clare, a Depute Rector of St Saviour's High School, Dundee. Richard and Clare have a 20 month old daughter.

Parishioner of St Andrew's Cathedral Parish, Dundee.

Contact Richard McCready on ;
0141 333 0238  
or 07711 920 760

ENDS

--  
Peter Kearney
Director
Catholic Media Office
5 St. Vincent Place
Glasgow
G1 2DH
0141 221 1168
pk@scmo.org
www.scmo.org

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