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Topic: Scotland

The Scottish Church is right to be silent on independence

Catholic leaders are wisely keeping out of a deeply divisive debate

Edinburgh auxiliary named as Bishop of Dunkeld

Bishop Stephen Robson to lead Dunkeld diocese

Glasgow archbishop tells of shock as he saw images of helicopter crash

Pope Francis sends message of support to papal nuncio to Great Britain

American Dominican Sisters move to Scotland

Thriving order based in Nashville, Tennessee, is to establish a community at a medieval convent in Elgin

Bishop of Aberdeen apologises for abuse at Catholic schools

Bishop Hugh Gilbert “anxious that there be a thorough police investigation”

We need to look afresh with the eyes of faith at the many ways Jesus is present to us in the life and ministry of the Church

CDF prefect tells Scottish Catholic teachers that the voice of Christ “will never go silent when there are people of your generosity ready to serve Him”

‘This is a struggle that will affect us all’

Neil Addison says that a Catholic adoption agency in Glasgow is waging a lonely battle for our freedoms

Nuncio: Changes at top of Scottish Church to start this month

Reorganisation planned after the departure of Bishop Devine

Cardinal O’Brien is surely right about Scottish independence from England: but what about English independence from the Scots?

Just as between England and Ireland, our relationship after independence would be less distorted by mutual resentment

Fans unite to kill bill to end sectarianism

Both Celtic and Glasgow fans are campaigning against a bill that would criminalise displays of bigotry on the terraces