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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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Christian Aid highlights Commonwealth success stories ahead of Glasgow Games

As Glasgow prepares to host the Commonwealth Games this summer, Christian Aid is taking this unique opportunity to showcase its life-changing work underway across the Commonwealth to help people overcome hurdles they face in their everyday lives. Starting on Thursday ...

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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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01 Jul
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Faith and Glasgow 2014

David Grevemberg, Glasgow 2014 Chief Executive, highlights the importance of the involvement of Scotland’s churches and faith groups in this month’s Commonwealth Games. The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will take place in Glasgow from July 23 to August 3 and ...

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The Commonwealth New Testament
24 Jun
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Bibles to be carried from Fort William to Glasgow for games

Pilgrimage to the international sporting gathering.

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Fr Tom Kilbride
24 Jun
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Glasgow priest named rector of re-opened Scots College in Salamanca, Spain

'The Bishops of Scotland are very pleased to be able to announce that we are re-opening a seminary.'

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24 Jun
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Council u-turn saves Glasgow City Mission’s child and family centre from closure

'We have been humbled by support shown from the community of Govan and across the city.'

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