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09 Jan
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Celebrating the Vita Kentigerni (the life of Kentigern) at the Mitchell Library

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04 Jan
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St Mungo Festival 2016

Festival organiser Cathy McMaster writes: 2016 marks the eighth year in which the St Mungo Festival has celebrated Glasgow’s patron saint and endeavoured to increase awareness of the city’s history. This is the first year that we’ve been able to ...

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04 Jan
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Service celebrating St Mungo

Part of the St Mungo Festival. 4.30 pm, Sunday 10 January, 2016, at Glasgow Cathedral, Cathedral Square, 2 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0QZ.

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Archbishop Philip Tartaglia
01 Jan
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New Year message from Archbishop Philip Tartaglia

At this time of year it’s natural for us to look back in nostalgia and look forward – ideally in hope and expectation – but sometimes with a little anxiety and dread. That’s natural. We are only human after all. ...

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01 Jan
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New Year message from the Scottish Episcopal Church

The Most Rev. David Chillingworth, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church and Bishop of St. Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane, reflects on resolutions that make a difference.

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01 Jan
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Church of Scotland delivers a message of hope for the New Year

The turning of the year is a time for reflecting – reflecting especially on the relationships that make us who we are: our relationships with family, friends, colleagues, neighbours and, most importantly, with God, writes Rev Dr Angus Morrison, Moderator ...

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01 Jan
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Archbishop of Canterbury’s New Year message

Marsh Academy is a school in my own diocese of Canterbury. Today, I’ve been meeting and chatting to some of the students – an experience I found very uplifting. I had the honour to meet, privately, an inspiring boy, who ...

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Rev John Proctor
23 Dec
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United Reformed Church: Christmas Eve reflection – on the edge

Revd John Proctor, the United Reformed Church’s general secretary, turns to Luke’s account of the outcast and overlooked shepherds. Shepherds were out in the fields, keeping watch over their flock by night Luke 2:8 Shepherds lived on the edge – ...

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