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Pope appoints new archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 24th July 2012 in Christianity |

Pope appoints new archbishop of Glasgow==STRICT EMBARGO 11AM TUESDAY ==Pope Benedict XVI has today, July 24 2012, appointed Bishop Philip Tartaglia (until now Bishop of Paisley) as archbishop of Glasgow.   The new archbishop will succeed Most Rev Mario Joseph Conti, who has been archbishop since 22 February 2002.  Commenting on the appointment, the new archbishop-Elect said: I am conscious of the historic place of the Archdiocese of Glasgow in the history of Christianity in Scotland and of its importance for the Catholic community in particular.   It is a great honour for me to be appointed archbishop of my native city and diocese. archbishop Tartaglia said...
 

archbishop O'Brien's Pastoral Visit to Romania

Posted by SCMO on 16th September 2003 in Christianity |

...them. The archbishop established an instant rapport with the help of his translator Marinella and soon had them all singing and praying. The youngsters from the orphanage were allowed at least for a while to forget the harsh realities of their lives.  From there he went to visit the state "orphanage." Where 150 young people aged 18 and over live in conditions that can only be described as "shocking". The first thing he noticed was the cages, which are visible from the street. The young people are imprisoned in this institution. Commenting on his impressions of the State orphanage the archbishop said,  "Like many people I have seen reports and documentaries on ...
 

Inaugural Mass of New archbishop of Glasgow

Posted by SCMO on 7th September 2012 in Christianity |

...Friday 7 September 2012Inaugural Mass of New archbishop of Glasgow    The Inaugural Mass at which Bishop Philip Tartaglia formally takes overas archbishop of Glasgow will take place at St Andrew s Cathedral, ClydeSt, Glasgow on Saturday 8 September at 11.30am.  The ceremony begins with   the new archbishop being greeted at the doorof the Cathedral where he will reverence a crucifix and then bless thecongregation with holy water. He will then process to the BlessedSacrament Chapel of the Cathedral for a period of quiet prayer.    The Mass of Inauguration will follow at which archbishop Mario Contiwill lead his successor to the Cathedra or Bishop s Chair whi...
 

Episcopal Ordination of archbishop-elect Leo Cushley.

Posted by SCMO on 20th September 2013 in Christianity |

...oints-new-archbishop-of-st-andrews-and-edinburgh.html  4. The Homily will be delivered by Cardinal Harvey and closing remarks by archbishop Cushley. The archbishop's closing remarks are shown below:  EMBARGO - 00.01 - 21 September 2013Address of archbishop Cushley  Eminences,Excellencies, distinguished guests,Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,Thank you – all of you – for attending this ordination ceremony.   I ’d like to start by thanking Cardinal Harvey for coming from Rome.   Cardinal Harvey was my first boss when I went to the Secretariat of State, and he used to tell me of his time in Edinburgh as a deacon - and so it was an easy step for me t...
 

archbishop Ncube visits Scotland

Posted by SCMO on 19th May 2005 in Christianity |

...Visit of archbishop Pius Ncube, archbishop of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe to Scotland.  archbishop Pius Ncube of Zimbabwe arrives in Edinburgh on Thursday 19 May 2005, staying overnight before travelling to Culzean Castle in Ayrshire to take part in a humanitarian awards ceremony. archbishop Ncube is one of the five finalists who are being considered as the recipient of the Robert Burns Humanitarian Award at the ceremony on Friday 20 May.  archbishop Ncube is an outspoken critic of Zimbabwe s President, Robert Mugabe and the regime in his country. His phones have been tapped, he has received numerous death threats, and his life is constantly in danger.  The Archbish...
 

Sermon by Bishop Joseph Devine, Bishop of Motherwell For The Funeral of Cardinal Winning

Posted by SCMO on 25th June 2001 in Christianity |

...Last Tuesday evening, shortly before I left home for yet another Confirmation, Mgr Peter Smith, the Chancellor here, phoned me with an offer that I could scarcely refuse. I said to him, "Peter, I have been dreading this moment for years". That moment is this moment, when I try to capture something of the life of the man who was a superstar of the Catholic Church in Scotland in the 20th century.It is a near impossible task, for how do you capture the "will o' the wisp" in anything? But my starting point is obvious, to convey the condolences of all who have come from beyond the Archdiocese to the Cardinal's sister Margaret, her children Agnes and Edward and their ...
 
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