Category Archives: Roman Catholic Church

SCIAF Commonwealth Games meme
23 Jul
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SCIAF wishes Games athletes good luck

The Scottish Catholic International Aid Foundation is running a Twitter campaign wishing good luck to all the nations competing in the Commonwealth Games. Good Luck in Glasgow,from SCIAF & Scotland !! @iamCARITAS @CaritasEuropa @AGAPGlasgow @GlasgowChurches pic.twitter.com/UMtT0U2vL3 — SCIAF (@sciaf) July ...

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Radio Alba logo
23 Jul
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A Children’s Morning Prayer for the Commonwealth Games

The Games are featured in this week’s broadcasts from Radio Alba, the Archdiocese of Glasgow’s internet radio station at www.radioalba.org/#play-radio-alba. A Morning Prayer from the parish of St Leo the Great is led this week by Jean Swinbank, with music ...

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Archbishop Justin Welby
17 Jul
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Archbishop Welby writes to ecumenical partners about Church of England women bishops

Archbishop Justin Welby  has written to ecumenical partners about the General Synod’s decision to allow women to become bishops, emphasising that churches “need each other”. The text of the letter, which is being posted to partner churches, is as follows: ...

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Father Anthony Currer
15 Jul
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Vote for women bishops does not create ‘new reality’ for ecumenism, says Vatican official

Father Anthony Currer, the representative for relations with Anglicans at the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, has said the Church of England’s vote to allow women bishops “is not creating a new reality for dialogue” between the Anglican and ...

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Glasgow the Caring City logo
03 Jul
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Kirk and SCIAF help fight malaria with Hit the Net project

The Church of Scotland is supporting a Commonwealth Games legacy project aiming to prevent children across the world dying from Malaria. The Hit the Net International project launched yesterday at the Trades House of Glasgow as the imaginative idea to ...

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SCIAF logo
01 Jul
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SCIAF sets up emergency Appeal to help thousands of Syrian refugees flooding into neighbouring countries

The war continues in Syria and the crisis is worsening for many thousands of people. According to UNHCR, 1 million people have fled to neighbouring countries because of the conflict which began in March 2011. An estimated 2.5 million remain ...

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01 Jul
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Catholic priest and Church of Scotland minister join forces to lead anti-sectarian drive in ‘hilarious’ video

A Catholic priest and a Church of Scotland minister are leading an anti-sectarian drive in a hilarious video. Minister Rev Neil Urquhart and Fr Willie Boyd from Irvine appear in the film – A Bridge Too Far – as their ...

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01 Jul
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Flourish: July 2014

The official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

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