Friday, August 26, 2016
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Diamond Jubilee for Father McNulty: This month sees the 60th anniversary of ordination for Father Tom McNulty, retired but still very active priest of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh.  "Your continued hard work, and your positive and youthful attitude surely flow from a deep understanding to which you have come, after many years at the altar of God, that at your ordination He changed you and has since used you as a special instrument of His care for the Church and the human family," wrote Archbishop Cushley in a message read out at Father McNulty's 60th anniversary celebrations at St Joseph's House, Edinburgh, 5 August. Read the Full Story
Rest in Peace: Archbishop Leo Cushley has paid tribute to Father Tony MacDonald, the former parish priest of St Margaret’s in South Queensferry, who died yesterday aged 73-years-old. He had been ill for some time.“Father Tony MacDonald was a good man, content and grounded in the ancient Catholic faith of his people, affectionate towards his parishioners and an example of spiritual fortitude in the test he endured in his last, protracted illness,” said Archbishop Cushley, 19 July. Read the Full Story
Double Ordination Joy: Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews & Edinburgh says a vocation to the priesthood is a path to happiness and fulfilment for those who respond generously to the call. “Throughout my own life, I have found priests to be among the happiest, most fulfilled, most dedicated people I know, and I am proud to be one of them. There’s nothing quite like it, and I mean that in a good way,”  said Archbishop Cushley, 24 June. Read the Full Story
Pastoral Letter for Jubilee Year of Mercy: To the priests and people of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh by Archbishop Leo Cushley: "I write to you as the Church embarks upon the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception this coming Tuesday. The year will run until the Solemnity of Christ the King next year... Read the Full Story
We Have Found the Messiah: On Palm Sunday 2015, Archbishop Leo Cushley unveiled his vision for the future of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh in a pastoral letter entitled We Have Found the Messiah. “My big message is that the renewal and, yes, growth of the Catholic Church in our part of Scotland is very possible but only if we create vibrant Christian communities gathered closely around Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist,” To view the film click here. Read the Full Story

Pastoral

EVENINGS of MERCY

Eight Diocesan Gatherings...

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YEAR of MERCY - PARISH RETREAT 

Sessions take place in the parish or Cluster group

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CLUSTER PARISHES TOGETHER 

Presentation for the first
Cluster Parishes Together - Meeting 1

 

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CLUSTER PARISHES TOGETHER 

 PRAYER & LITURGY RESOURCES

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CLUSTER PARISHES TOGETHER

Electronic version CLUSTER PARISHES HANDBOOK

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CPD for Primary Schools 2015 - 2016

CPD opportunities for Primary Schools
from August 2015 - March 2016

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CPD for Secondary Schools 2015 - 2016

CPD opportunities for Secondary Schools
from August 2015 - March 2016

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How to Evangelise EVERYDAY

Jesus wants evangelisers who proclaim the good news not only with words, but above all by a life transfigured by God’s presence.

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Around the Archdiocese

Clergy Changes

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The Archbishop has announced the following changes in the staffing of the Archdiocese:

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Welcome

Welcome to the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh which continues the mission of the Church from the Borders of Scotland to St Andrews, from East Lothian to West Lothian, Stirlingshire and East Dunbartonshire. Over one hundred Parishes and School communities and twenty nine Religious communities continue to spread the Good News today. Here you can find out what’s going on in the Archdiocese, what’s on offer for faith formation and how the life of our communities continues to grow and flourish.  You can also find a list of contacts for the various offices and agencies of the Archdiocese.

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