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Anglophone Safeguarding Conference

Organisers of the Anglophone Safeguarding Conference at the Gregorian University on the theme 'Celebrating Hope'

'Celebrating Hope' at Gregorian child protection conference

23/06/2017 13:22

A traumatic tale of five children, sexually abused by their father, formed the centrepiece of the annual Anglophone Safeguarding Conference that concluded at the Pontifical Gregorian University on Thursday.

Tributes to those who died in the Manchester Arena bomb attack

Bishops in Scotland will celebrate Masses for those who have died and those who have been affected by the recent terrorist attack in Manchester.

Scottish bishops celebrate Masses for Manchester victims

25/05/2017 13:08

Catholics in Scotland are gathering to pray for the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Manchester, England.

 

Bishop John Keenan (Diocese of Paisley, Scotland) outside St Mirin's Cathedral

Bishop John Keenan (Diocese of Paisley, Scotland) outside St Mirin's Cathedral

Bishop encourages young people to 'slow down' in Scotland

18/05/2017 13:09

A bishop in Scotland is encouraging young people to ‘slow down’ and get involved in a Taizé movement, explaining that it will help them to think about some of the more important questions in life.

 

Painting of St John Ogilvie that hangs in St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow, Scotland

Painting of St John Ogilvie that hangs in St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow, Scotland.

Campaign to immortalise Scotland's Catholic martyr grows

23/03/2017 13:11

A campaign to immortalise Scotland’s only post-Reformation Catholic martyr is growing, more than forty years after he was canonised by Pope Paul VI.

 

A celtic cross in Scotland

A celtic cross in Scotland. Scottish Bishops have criticized comments of member of parliament concerning Catholic education.

Scottish Bishops criticize Member of Parliament's comments

16/03/2017 15:05

Bishops in Scotland have criticized the comments of a Member of Parliament as “chillingly intolerant” after it emerged recently that he would work with humanists to put an end to Catholic education in the country.