Scottish bishops celebrate Masses for Manchester victims
(Vatican Radio) Catholics in Scotland are gathering to pray for the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Manchester.
Bishops from Scotland are inviting their flocks to gather for Masses to pray for those who were killed and those who have been affected by the recent “massacre” in Manchester, when a suicide bomber killed 22 innocent people after a concert.
Archbishop Philip Tartaglia is inviting people in and around the Archdiocese of Glasgow to attend a special Mass on Thursday 25th May, the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, in St Andrew’s Cathedral. In his homily, released ahead of the Mass,