Tag - archdiocese of glasgow

Archbishop of Glasgow: “The Church has never said that [anyone] is in Hell” … Eh?

The following reflection, dated 22 November, 2020, is taken from the website of the Archdiocese of Glasgow - editorial comment added... COVID restrictions and salvation Archbishop Philip Tartaglia In a far-reaching reflection this week, Archbishop Philip considers the new pandemic restrictions, our duty to live with charity and solidarity during this period, and our final judgement by...

Glasgow Priest-Policeman To Un-Masked Layman: Obey Or Forfeit Sacraments…

St Mungo's, Townhead, Glasgow Catholic Truth blogger Athanasius, aka Martin Blackshaw, writes... In what can only be described as providential timing, I encountered first-hand on Saturday the evil that Fr. Dunn warned of in his letter challenging the bishops of Scotland on their Covid-19 response measures. The venue of my bitter experience was St. Mungo's church in...

Scots Priest Challenges Bishops’ Response To Lockdown & Covid-19 Restrictions

On this, the Feast of St Michael, The Archangel, Defender of the Church & The Faithful, a priest of the Archdiocese of Glasgow - Father Stephen Dunn - speaks out against the closure of churches during lockdown, and the ongoing government restrictions being enforced in Catholic churches... An Open Letter... Dear Members of the One, Holy,...

Reports of LGBT Scandals Waiting in the Wings – Scots Clergy Concerned…

Background... From time to time, concerned clergy and teachers contact us with information about various scandals of which they are personally aware, or have witnessed.   They are keen for Catholic Truth to make these scandals public, but that is not always possible.  When I have written to bishops in the past, reporting information about,...

Archbishop of Glasgow On “Low Level of Catholic Formation” … So What?

Below, the text of the Pastoral Letter sent from the Archbishop of Glasgow to be read in all parishes tomorrow, Sunday, 3rd March, 2019.  Underneath the Pastoral Letter, is the text of the ad clerum - that is his letter to priests - on the same subject.  Compare the two - and weep! ARCHDIOCESE OF...

Why Are Catholic Schools Giving The Wrong Message to Young People?

Young people urged to ‘change the world’ at Paisley youth Mass - click here to read more While across in Glasgow, St Ninian’s High School in Kirkintilloch has put a stop to the high-sugar and caffeinated beverages, following calls from both teachers and experts in the UK -  click here to read about that nonsense......

American Layman to “Reboot the faith” in the [Dying] Archdiocese of Glasgow…

One of the world’s top Catholic speakers is coming to Glasgow – with a mission to reboot the Catholic faith of the Archdiocese. Chris Stefanick is currently selling out events across America in his ministry which presents the Catholic faith in all its beauty, power and truth in an engaging and uplifting way. He has worked...

Archdiocese of Glasgow in Meltdown

On 17th May, Catholic Truth received a copy of the following Statement sent to the clergy of the Archdiocese of Glasgow, by  the Chancellor of the Archdiocese, Monsignor Paul G. Murray B.Sc., Ph.B., S.T.L... Statement regarding Monsignor Christopher McElroy Mgr. Chris McElroy recently informed the Archbishop of his decision to step down from priestly ministry to allow...

Glasgow: time for Archbishop Targaglia to share office with a Co-Adjutor Bishop?

Archbishop Tartaglia Angry parishioners were told to “go to confession” after they raised objections to their new priest accused of “unwanted harassment” during a drunken homosexual incident. Father Paul Milarvie was accused of trying to “constrain” a male guest at his parish house in 2010, just months after he returned to Scotland.  That led to an...

Archdiocese of Glasgow RIP ?

  Catholic parishes in Glasgow could face closure or amalgamation as part of plans to reorganise resources. The Archdiocese of Glasgow is launching a consultation with parishioners amid changes in congregation numbers. The move is being driven by the city's falling population and a shift in whereabouts Catholics live in Glasgow. The church said there was no "hit...