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17 August
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17th August 2015

CALL NOTICE

Church responds to McLellan Commission Report

You are invited to send a reporter, photographer, camera crew to St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Clyde Street, Glasgow on Tuesday 18 August for 1pm, when Archbishop Philip Tartaglia, will formally respond to the publication of the Report of The McLellan Commission.

Scotland’s Catholic Bishops invited Dr. Andrew McLellan to establish a Commission to undertake a review of all aspects of safeguarding policy, procedure and practice within the Catholic Church in Scotland in November 2013. The Commission will publish its Report on 18th August 2015, at 11am.

 

ENDS

 

Peter Kearney 

Director 

Catholic Media Office 

5 St. Vincent Place 

Glasgow 

G1 2DH 

0141 221 1168

07968 122291 

pk@scmo.org 

www.scmo.org

 

Notes to Editors:

1. In the course of the 1pm Mass at St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Archbishop Tartaglia who is President of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland will respond to the Report of The McLellan Commission in his homily.

2. Broadcasters wishing to record the homily should arrive at the Cathedral by 12.30pm. For more information, contact: Ronnie Convery, Director of Communications, Archdiocese of Glasgow, 07735 224789, Ronnie.Convery@rcag.org.uk

3. For information on the Report of The McLellan Commissioncontact: Christina Kelly, Managing Director, Golley Slater - Tel: 0141 204 7800 / 0131 220 8787 / 0787 558 1955 Email: christina.kelly@golleyslater.co.uk

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