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United Mission to Nepal logo
27 Apr
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Relief and grief for Kirk mission workers in Nepal

A Church of Scotland mission partner in Nepal has thanked well-wishers following Saturday’s devastating earthquake in the country which has left thousands dead. Malcolm Ramsay, formerly minister at Pitlochry Church of Scotland, has been out in Nepal with his wife ...

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SCIAF logo
27 Apr
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SCIAF launches emergency appeal to help Nepal earthquake survivors

The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF) is appealing to supporters to donate whatever they can to help survivors of the Nepalese earthquake. The charity has pledged an initial £50,000 to help the initial emergency response. SCIAF has launched an ...

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26 Apr
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April 2015 edition of ‘Flourish’ newspaper

Flourish is the monthly journal of the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

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Alistair Dutton
26 Apr
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SCIAF director hits the road to thank supporters

In the Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund’s 50th anniversary year, director Alistair Dutton is leading a Cycle Pilgrimage of Scotland to thank supporters for changing the lives of millions of people in some of the poorest countries in the world. ...

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Pope Tawadros II
24 Apr
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Egypt: Muslim imams and Catholic priests begin preaching together in schools

A collective ‘mission’ of a large group of Coptic Catholic priests and imams linked to al Azhar – the biggest theological centre of Sunni Islam – began yesterday in the Egyptian province of Minya. The imams and priests are visiting ...

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Maria Voce
23 Apr
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Focolare president challenges UN to seek more radical paths to peace

On 22 April, at the beginning of the second day of a two-day United Nations debate on ‘Promoting Tolerance and Reconciliation, Fostering Peaceful, Inclusive Societies and Countering Violent Extremism‘, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon opened with an urgent request to the ...

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Bishops' Conference of Scotland
20 Apr
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General election message from Scotland’s Roman Catholic Bishops

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ On the Seventh of May the people of Scotland will vote in what may be the most unpredictable General Election in generations. While each of us alone will decide whom to vote for, the ...

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Karen Buckley
20 Apr
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Archbishop leads prayers for Karen Buckley

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia offered Mass for Karen Buckley and her family at St Andrew’s Cathedral on Sunday. The Irish student went missing in Glasgow last week. Her body was found later at a farm near Milngavie. The Archbishop met privately ...

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