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Flourish is now Scotland's only Catholic newspaper and the new edition is out this weekend ... free!

The June paper is packed with interesting articles - don't miss the late Monsignor Gaetano Rossi's wartime diary, and read all about the ordination of two new deacons for Glasgow this month.

Fr Jim Lawlor goes on a spiritual staycation in the Western Isles, Fr Joe Sullivan writes about how streaming Mass via internet has challenged him and Fr Tom Kilbride has some great insights into the Mass readings this month.

And of course there is the story of the Cathedral that was never built ...

Pick up your copy in churches this weekend, and feel free to take a few copies for those who can't manage to Mass.

Scotland’s  Bishops have welcomed a call from Pope Francis for a Synod on the theme of Synodality, to be held in 2023. Commenting on the announcement, Bishop Hugh Gilbert, President of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland said:

“The Bishops of Scotland welcome the initiative of Pope Francis to listen to what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church, to the People of God, to listen to one another, and to make that Synodal journey together of communion, participation and mission.”

Bishop Gilbert added: “The Pope has called for a very participative process, engaging all the faithful, which will prepare for this Synod. The Bishops of Scotland welcome the Initiative for a Synodal Church: communion, participation and mission.

“As the principle and foundation of unity in our dioceses, the Bishops look forward to the launch of the Synodal journey, a period of consultation and discernment in our local Churches, on Sunday 17th October of this year, and preparations are now being made for that event.

“We ask all the faithful to pray for the success of this initiative in the life of the universal and local Church, and above all to open our hearts to the Holy Spirit and listen to the Holy Spirit speaking through all of us in the Body of Christ.”

Have you ever wondered about the work of SPRED in support of parishioners who have learning disability? Have you ever wanted to know about volunteering with SPRED or how SPRED could help someone you know? Please join us on Zoom for one of our open hours on Tuesday 15th and Wednesday 16th June at 7 p.m. when we will share with you what we do, introduce you to some of our volunteers and answer any questions you may have. To receive your zoom invitation please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or send a Facebook message to @GlasgowSPRED.

Pastoral Letter from the Bishops of Scotland on the Sixth Anniversary of the Encyclical Letter Laudato Si' of the Holy Father Francis on care for our common home

God saw all that he had made and indeed it was very good.[1]

God’s creation is a great gift to all humanity, and humanity itself is an integral part of that creation. We are blessed by having the earth for our common home. It is a place of great beauty, teeming with life of all kinds, a world full of wonderful resources which enable us not only to live but to enhance our way of life. In nature, God’s glory is revealed for all to see.[2] St Francis of Assisi was prominent among the saints in giving praise to God for the wonder of creation.[3]

We have been entrusted by God with the care of the earth,[4] but sadly we have not just used the earth we have abused it. We are destroying the seas, polluting the atmosphere and consuming the abundant but limited resources of this world while neglecting the needs of our poor brothers and sisters and showing no concern for tomorrow.

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Technology offers us the possibility of assisting at Mass even when we cannot be physically present.

Even though it is now possible to celebrate Mass with a congregation once more, covid regluations mean not all who would wish to go to Mass can find a place. Therefore many parishes will continue to reach out through digital means to those who cannot come to church.

Parishes offering live stream liturgies are as follows:


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