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Support for Women Affected By Separation and Divorce is a new, and much needed, ministry across the Archdiocese of Glasgow and has been set up by a small group of women who know what it's like to carry the hurt, guilt, shame and anxiety caused by marriage breakdown. We have all walked this journey and have had to start life over and have been delighted to support other women over the last few months who need a listening ear, help, guidance or just to know that life will get better, and it will, because you are a daughter of God.

We understand that taking the first step to seek support can be difficult and you never need to share personal details of your situation, but often it helps to speak to others who have been where you are. We can promise you that a warm welcome awaits along with great cake, tea, coffee and lots of tissues (just in case).

Dates of the next meetings are: Friday, 19th August, Friday, 2nd September and Friday, 7th October. All in St Patrick's Church Hall in Dumbarton from 6pm until 8pm.

You can contact the group prior to the meeting at:

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The Archbishop recently has made the following appointments which were announced in the respective parishes at the weekend.

Father William Monaghan (parish priest, Saint Agnes’, Lambhill) retiring and to be resident at Saint Paul’s, Whiteinch.

Father Anthony Ejikeme (parish priest, Saint Martin’s, Renton), to be parish priest of Saint Agnes’, Lambhill.

Canon Peter McBride (parish priest, Saint Peter’s and Saint Simon’s, Partick) to be parish priest of Saint Martin’s, Renton.

Monsignor Paul Murray (parish priest of Saint Helen’s, Langside) to be parish priest of Saint Peter’s and Saint Simon’s, Partick.

Father Benneth Onyebuchukwu (parish priest Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and Corpus Christi) to be parish priest of Saint Helen’s, Langside and Chaplain to Holyrood Secondary School.

The new edition of Flourish is out now! The special summer edition has reports on the Archbishop's visit to Rome where he met Pope Francis and received the pallium.

There is the delightful story of a Carmelite Sister who has composed a hymn for Carfin Grotto - despite never having been to the shrine!

There is the story of Glasgow - and Scotland's - only home grown religious order as it marks 175 years of service.

Don't miss the picture special on the Caritas awards, the preview of ordinations and the 'round the parishes' coverage of all that's been happening.

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Archbishop Nolan has received the pallium from Pope Francis at a Mass  in Rome for the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul in Rome. The pallium – a small band of white woven from the wool of lambs blessed on the feast of St Agnes – is worn by Metropolitan Archbishops as a sign of their authority and their bond to the Holy Father.

More than 40 new archbishops from around the world received the pallium from the Holy Father. It will be placed over the shoulders of the new Archbishop by the Papal Nuncio later this year.

In the light of recent public debate on the subject of abortion, Scotland’s Catholic Bishops offer this perspective to the people of Scotland:

“Whether we believe in anything spiritual or not, the life that each one of us lives is the only one we have, and to take life from the unborn, no matter how insignificant in size, cannot be right. The rights of a woman and the compassion and support due to her, and the circumstances of her pregnancy, are naturally of great concern to us, but an unborn life, once taken, can never be restored. This is what makes abortion such a profoundly important matter for all human beings.

Archbishop Nolan has now received the final report of the Archdiocesan synod process which is the fruit of many hours of dialogue and contributions from schools, parishes and individuals.

The photo shows Frankie MacDonald and Fr John Campbell (who co-ordinated the Synod process in the Archdiocese) handing over the report.

Picture: Paul McSherry

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