CTVC in partner with Million Minutes and Father Christopher Jamison OSB, have created a series of online resources to help people live through the pandemic based on real people such as monks and nuns.
Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB homily at online Mass on The Ascension of the Lord:
Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB reflects on the meaning of the Messianic title of the Lamb of God.
Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB homily at online Mass on 6th Sunday of Easter:
The Roman Catholic Church of St. Colomba’s in the Parish of Banchory has continued supplying food and other items to the Homeless and others in need, following the lockdown period of the COVID crisis – always maintaining safe and social distancing throughout.
The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland Covid-19 Working Group, tasked with the creation of an Infection Control Protocol to govern the phased reopening of churches for public worship met for the first time yesterday (Wednesday 13 May). Chaired by Sir Harry Burns, Scotland’s former Chief Medical Officer and Professor of Global Public Health at the University of Strathclyde, the group will focus on two parallel work streams: Infection Control and Liturgical Norms.
“Bishop speaks of “growth and hope after a time of despair.”
The Bishops’ Conference of Scotland has announced the formation of a Covid-19 Working Group, which will begin examining how best to meet the long-term pastoral needs of the Catholic community during the pandemic.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has been a great and unexpected trial. But for Catholics this trial is not only economic, social, or medical—it is spiritual.”
Bishop Hugh Gilbert OSB homily at online Mass on 5th Sunday of Easter:
Dear fellow believers and brothers and sisters in humanity,
Our world is facing at the moment a great danger that threatens the lives of millions of people around the world due to the growing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While we reaffirm the role of medicine and scientific research in fighting this pandemic, we should not forget to seek refuge in God, as we face this severe crisis.