| 16th November 2004 | Modified: 16th October 2014 | Christianity, News Releases | Seen 38 times | Liked 0 times

16 November
Nov 16
16th November 2004

The Edinburgh Inter-Faith Association has secured the Scottish Premier of  
the film ˜MOTHER TERESA: THE LEGACY to be shown at The Filmhouse, Edinburgh on Monday 22 November at 9pm.  

Emmy Award winning US directors Ann and Jeanette Petrie will be present to introduce this film on an extraordinary woman and her legacy. They will be present after the film for a question and answer session.  

Also present will be His Eminence Keith Patrick Cardinal O Brien as an honoured guest along with representatives of Edinburgh s Religious communities, MSPs and Civic Leaders. This event is in co-operation with the Filmhouse Cinema and Petrie Productions the makers of the film.  

The Catholic Media Office has six pairs of free tickets for the screening as well as DVD copies of the film to give away.  
To win, get a friend to text SCMO plus YOUR mobile number to 84880 by 12 noon on FRIDAY 19 NOVEMBER.  

For more information on the film, go to  


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

Posted by . You can also subscribe to email updates.

Like   Back to Top   Seen 38 times   Liked 0 times

Subscribe to Updates

If you enjoyed this, why not subscribe to free email updates ?

Subscribe to News updates

Enter your email address to be notified of new posts:

Subscribe to:

Alternatively, you can subscribe via RSS

‹ Return to News

We never share or sell your email address to anyone.

I've already subscribed / don't show me this again

Recent Posts

Bishops announce appointment of new curator

| 7 days ago | Blogging

The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland has announced the appointment of Dr Alison Burke as Curator of the Scottish Catholic Heritage Collection at Blairs Museum. Dr Burke was previously Creative Project Co-ordinator with Aberdeen City Council where she started in 2017 to build creative networks in Ed...

Catholic church’s anti bullying strategy sent to Scottish Labour leader

| 28th June 2017 | Blogging

The Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Office, Anthony Horan has sent a copy of the Catholic church’s anti bullying strategy to Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, after a controversial Tweet in which she suggested “inclusive education” was not supported in Catholic schools.   In ...

Church calls on BMA members to oppose decriminalisation of abortion

| 23rd June 2017 | Blogging

In a letter to Scotland’s catholic parishes, the Director of the Catholic Parliamentary Office, Anthony Horan has urged catholic members of the BMA to sign an open letter to the organisation urging delegates to the BMA conference next Tuesday (27 June) to reject a motion calling for abortion to be...

Catholic Church Safeguarding Review Group established

| 15th June 2017 | Blogging

In December 2016, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference in Scotland announced that Helen Liddell would Chair the Independent Review Group (IRG) set up as a result of the McLellan Commission Report into the current safeguarding policies, procedures and practices within the Church in Scotland.   T...