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| 14th June 2004 | Modified: 15th October 2014 | Christianity, News Releases | Seen 31 times | Liked 0 times

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14th June 2004

At its meeting in Oban last week ( 8 & 9 June) the Bishops' Conference of Scotland announced that Bishop Ian Murray, Bishop of Argyll & The Isles would become Episcopal Secretary to the Conference following the retirement of Bishop Maurice Taylor.  

Reacting to the appointment, Bishop Murray said;  

"I am grateful for the support of my brother bishops and reiterate the vote of gratitude they have passed to Bishop Taylor for his past work as Episcopal Secretary."  

ENDS  


Peter Kearney  
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NOTE: Bishop Murray together with Cardinal O'Brien (Conference President), Archbishop Conti (Vice-President) and Mgr. Henry Docherty (General Secretary) will comprise the Conference Standing Committee.  

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