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Revd Dr David Cornick
05 Aug
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Receptive Ecumenism: reconciling old and new, northern and southern

A paper for the Theology and Unity Group of Churches Together in England by Revd Dr David Cornick, General Secretary of CTE.

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SCIAF conflict appeal
05 Aug
0

SCIAF sends emergency aid to Gaza

The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund (SCIAF) is sending £30,000 to provide emergency aid to thousands of people caught in the conflict in Gaza. SCIAF is working with sister charity Caritas Jerusalem and others to provide medical supplies to four ...

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Flanders Field poppies
04 Aug
0

‘They Shall Not Grow Old’

A prayer featured in the World War One service of commemoration at Glasgow Cathedral on August 4, 2014. Almighty God, through your love the universe and this world were formed and sun and stars set in their courses. In love ...

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Rev Dr Laurence Whitley
04 Aug
0

1,100 attend Glasgow service to mark centenary of the start of First World War

More than 1,100 people including dignitaries from around the Commonwealth have attended a service to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War. Prime Minister David Cameron, First Minister Alex Salmond and the Prince of Wales were ...

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02 Aug
0

Baptist preachers produce Chariots of Fire devotionals for Games

Each day in July, dovetailing in with the Commonwealth Games, members of the Scottish Baptist Lay Preachers’ Association picked up on the athletic theme under the title of ‘Chariots of Fire’. The Association said: “The Bible is full of athletic imagery ...

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Carla Page
01 Aug
0

Carla shares Glasgow 2014 experience

The Commonwealth Games are coming to an end but for Salvationist Carla Page the memories of Glasgow 2014 will last a lifetime. Carla, who works at Burnside Mill Lifehouse in Dundee, has enjoyed a fortnight to remember after singing at ...

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Erraid Davies
01 Aug
0

Glasgow 2014 coming of age for teenager who met Pope

A young Catholic swimmer has become a worldwide sensation after winning a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games. Erraid Davies—who, at 13 years old, is the youngest ever competitor to win a Commonwealth Games medal—finished third in the para-sport women’s ...

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Archbishop Tartaglia with athletes
30 Jul
0

Archdiocese of Glasgow holds special Mass for Games

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia celebrated Mass on Sunday July 27 in St Andrew’s Cathedral in Clyde Street for all involved in the Commonwealth Games. The Archbishop says: If the Commonwealth Games are known as the friendly games then it is only ...

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