Saturday, November 29, 2014
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PRIMARY PILGRIMAGE MEETS ARCHBISHOP CUSHLEY
Nearly 60 primary school children from Livingston made a pilgrimage to Edinburgh – to mark their reception of the Sacrament of Confirmation – which concluded with a special question-and-answer session with Archbishop Leo Cushley.

“The thing that struck me about them was how grown up their questions were,” said the Archbishop Cushley following the lively encounter at the Gillis Centre, the Archdiocesan headquarters Wednesday 5 November.
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SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL: ARCHBISHOP CUSHLEY BACKS CREDIT UNION MOVEMENT
Archbishop Leo Cushley of St Andrews & Edinburgh says he is keen to promote local credit unions as a way of fostering ethical saving and lending. 

“A lot of people don’t know that credit unions exist to provide financial help not just for the poor but also for the rich – and so they are something to be promoted within the Catholic Church and across broader society”.

Archbishop Cushley’s comments came following a meeting with West Lothian Credit Union at the Archdiocesan headquarters in Edinburgh,
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The Sacrament of Confirmation:
The Archbishop teaches

On Wednesday 29 October, Archbishop Leo Cushley gathered with primary school head teachers, staff and priests from across the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh to discuss the significance of the Sacrament of Confirmation in the life of the Church. Particular attention was given to the dignity of the Confirmation liturgy.
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CYSS First National Youth Pilgrimage to Dunfermline
In honour of St Margaret of Scotland,
Sunday 21 September 2014

Archbishop Cushley offered Mass with Bishop Toal, Bishop Keenan and priests who had gathered with the young people for the day at St Margaret's Church, Dunfermline. Afterwards there was an opportunity to venerate the relic of Scotland's saintly Queen. Pictured with the relic are Emma McLean, RE teacher at St Kentigern's (centre right) High School, Blackburn with S6 students, Catherine Potter, Sam Smith and Sylwia Plewko.
Photographs © Paul McSherry
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Father Thomas Watson Flynn RGN : 
An Appreciation by Father Gordon Brown

Born: 17 August, 1941, in Fauldhouse, West Lothian.
Died: 7 October, 2014, in Edinburgh, aged 73
Tom Flynn’s vocation in life was to care for others. First as a nurse and then, for 38 years, as a faithful priest in the Archdiocese of St ­Andrews & Edinburgh.
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Message for World Day for Migrants
and Refugees 2015

The World Day for Migrants and Refugees will be marked by the Church on Sunday 18th January, 2015. 
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Archbishop receives the pallium from Pope Francis
On the Solemnity of Ss Peter and Paul, Archbishop Cushley received the pallium from our Holy Father, Pope Francis in St Peter’s Basilica.
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Pastoral

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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Believing and Celebrating

Training evening for RCIA Leaders and Catechists,
10 November, Gillis Centre, EH9 1BB

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CYSS (Catholic Youth Service Scotland)

NATIONAL YOUTH EVENT, 
Gartmore House, 14-15 November 2014

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Remember, Repent, Reconcile

Prayers and reflections on conflict and peacebuilding on the anniversary of the start of the First World War

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Evangelisation in the Mission of the Church

For parish catechists, RCIA leaders, Parish Council Members
2014 - 2015, Starts 15 September 2014 - 10 June 2015

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PrayerNet

 

Workshops for those who lead others in prayer
led by Sr. Kathleen Curran & Juliet McKellaig

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Sunday Mass Preparation

Here is a resource for anyone who wants to prepare well to celebrate the Sunday Mass.

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Sunday Gospel Reflections

PREGO - Click here for Reflections

Here’s some text if you’ve only a minute!

Sunday, in Ordinary Time, Year A

Liturgical Rites

Full guidelines on how to implement the new Liturgical Rites are now available, with a sample sacramental journey. 

Liturgical Rites for CIC

Around the Archdiocese

CYSS National Youth Event – Theme ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit, theirs is the kingdom of Heaven’ (Matt 5:3)

 14 - 15 November 2014, Gartmore House, Gartmore

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Mass with students of the Archdiocese

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Mass of the Holy Spirit for the University students of the Archdiocese, 14 October 2014, St Mary's Metropolitan Cathedral.

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Exhibition of the Shroud 2015

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The Archbishop of Turin invites the people of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh to pray before the Shroud and the tomb of St John Bosco next year

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A young woman from the Archdiocese is currently undertaking potentially lifesaving work in New York City

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Clergy Changes

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Archbishop Cushley has announced the following changes to the staffing of parishes in the Archdiocese:

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