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A Glorious Day for Scotland

















ALMIGHTY AND EVERLASTING GOD, have mercy upon Thy servant, Benedict, our Supreme Pontiff, and direct him, according to Thy loving-kindness, in the way of eternal salvation; that, of thy gift, he may ever desire that which is pleasing unto thee and may accomplish it with all his might. Through Christ Our Lord. Amen

Blessed Virgin Mary, pray for us
St. Andrew, pray for us
St. Ninian, pray for us
St. Columba, pray for us
St. Mungo, pray for us
St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland, pray for us
St. John Ogilvie, pray for us

Photos from daylife.com & Papal Visit webcast
This post was published on Thursday, September 16th, 2010 10:22 pm. It has been categorised under Benedict XVI Church Edinburgh Featured Scotland and been tagged under , , , .
Comments
  1. Adrian Moore
    19 September 2010
    12:27 pm

    Auch aye!

  2. Peter
    20 September 2010
    11:07 am

    Which tartan is the Pope wearing in the ninth photo?

  3. Fr JO
    23 September 2010
    1:40 pm

    @ Peter

    St Ninian’s Day Tartan. It was created specially for the Papal visit which was on the Feast of St Ninian. It is also now being called the Papal Tartan!

  4. Fr JO
    23 September 2010
    1:43 pm

    Also St John Ogilvie as a martyr should be placed before St Ninian, St Columba and St Mungo who were pastors in the litany of Saints.

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