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Archbishop Tartaglia will celebrate the annual Teachers’ Mass on Monday 26th August at 6.15pm in Saint Andrew’s Cathedral. Refreshments will be served in Eyre Hall following ths Mass. All who work in education are welcome to join the Archbishop on this special occasion to pray together and meet colleagues.

As the St Mungo Singers begin their 49th year of service in the Archdiocese and city, we look back on last year’s many events and look forward to the new session.

We always welcome new members. Come along and meet the choir at 7pm on Sunday evenings at St Leo the Great, 5 Beech Avenue, Glasgow G41 5BY.

The next UN climate change conference is set to be held in Glasgow. The UK Government has nominated the city as part of its joint-hosting bid with Italy for the event, and the news has been welcomed by SCIAF, the official aid agency of the Bishops of Scotland.

A spokesman said: “This is a great honour for Scotland and an incredible opportunity to demand the action on climate change we so desperately need.

“At SCIAF we see every day that climate change is driving people deeper into poverty. Many are struggling to survive. Increasingly severe floods, droughts and unpredictable weather are leaving millions of people short of food and water.

Don’t miss the new edition of Flourish. It includes the extraordinary story of the Glasgow mum cured by Thérèse of Lisieux – a cure which helped put the Little Flower on the road to canonisation. Also … Archbishop Tartaglia’s sobering assessment of the “especially problematic time for the Church”; remembering the Glasgow girls who took Rome by storm 50 years ago, and the unusual ceremony scheduled for this month at Kelvingrove Museum where the Salve Regina will be sung. In parishes now just 70p.

Keeping children and vulnerable adults safe in our parishes and wider communities is the responsibility of ALL of us.

Even if you have not been directly and personally affected by issues of abuse, you have an opinion which matters.

The Archdiocese of Glasgow is committed to the highest standards of safeguarding. Archbishop Tartaglia said recently: “The abuse crisis has been a terrible sadness and an immense shock for us all. In addressing it, we are determined to get it right and make sure nothing of the kind ever happens again.”

An Independent Review Group has been established by the Bishops of Scotland to meet with people to hear their experiences and opinions on how best we can improve and move forward.

Archbishop Tartaglia has written to the Home Secretary, urging a rethink of the UK Government policy of forced eviction of people in Glasgow who have come here in desperation, seeking asylum and safety.  The text of the letter follows:

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Flourish Newspaper


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The Mungo Foundation


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Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project


The Archdiocese of Glasgow Arts Project exists to help people explore, express and celebrate faith through the arts.

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