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  1. Scots faithful may need to marry twice
  2. Scots archive reopens in surprise U-turn
  3. Polish migration benefits Scottish Church
  4. Priests provide support after Glasgow helicopter crash
  5. Priest to sue for unfair dismissal
  6. Toal defends suspension of priest
  7. O’Brien should be forgiven, says new Scottish bishop
  8. Glasgow plans for fewer priests
  9. Scottish parliament passes gay-marriage bill
  10. Playing with words
  11. New Bishop of Paisley is youngest in Britain
  12. Pope orders investigation into misconduct in O’Brien’s diocese
  13. Islands bishop transferred to Motherwell
  14. Toal attacks ‘discriminatory’ mergers
  15. Abuse allegations going back 60 years to be handed to Scottish police
  16. More parishes likely to merge
  17. Scottish seminary reopens in Spain
  18. Dolly Parton
  19. Church reaches out to Commonwealth Games participants
  20. Battle to save threatened building
  21. De La Salle brothers thanked as they leave Scotland
  22. Reluctant rebels
  23. Cathedral to host charismatic-style healing services
  24. Echoes of wartime
  25. Sciaf calls for action to make big business more accountable
  26. Cleric accused of booby-trapping presbytery
  27. Catholic historian backs Scottish independence in spite of scepticism
  28. Rediscovered divas
  29. Academics back Devine’s call for independence
  30. Healing hands draw hundreds
  31. Bishop prays for community affected by shipyard closure
  32. Majority of Catholics voted for independence
  33. Couples benefit from new wedding course
  34. Dioceses set up evangelisation teams
  35. Into the clearing
  36. Pro-lifer welcomes devolved abortion law
  37. Tartaglia praises SNP leader at helicopter crash memorial
  38. Papers reveal move to amend Act of Settlement
  39. Diocese fights to win back lapsed
  40. A class of his own
  41. St Andrews and Edinburgh facing drastic restructuring
  42. Mass discontent
  43. Diocese with Jews denounces rise of anti-Semitism
  44. Scottish community school bid dismissed
  45. O’Brien report with the Pope
  46. O’Brien censured as fresh allegations emerge
  47. Scottish independence: now we have the ‘no’ verdict, will the dust settle?
  48. Surprise as Scots archive reopens
  49. Priest to sue Church for unfair dismissal
  50. Scottish bishop defends suspension of priest
  51. O’Brien should be forgiven, says incoming Bishop of Dunkeld
  52. Gay marriage in Scotland ‘inevitable’, Church warns
  53. Last Scottish Catholic adoption agency wins appeal
  54. Scottish parliament passes same-sex marriage legislation
  55. Royal Scots college in Spain to re-open as a seminary
  56. Glasgow churches open for Commonwealth Games visitors
  57. Catholic cathedral hosts charismatic-style healing services
  58. Cleric accused of booby-trapping presbytery
  59. Leading Catholic agency accuses business of exploitation
  60. Academics respond to Devine’s call for Scottish independence
  61. Archbishops urge Scots to vote in referendum
  62. Catholic couples in Edinburgh benefit from marriage prep courses
  63. Francis names bishops for Scotland and Ireland
  64. Dioceses set up lay-led evangelisation teams
  65. Tartaglia praises SNP at Clutha helicopter crash memorial
  66. Scottish 'should welcome' devolution of abortion law
  67. Glasgow archbishop says benefits system is 'unfit for purpose'
  68. Declassified papers reveal move to amend Act of Settlement
  69. 'Painful' restructuring for St Andrews and Edinburgh
  70. Bishop of Paisley denounces rise of anti-Semitism
  71. Sisters' historic care home saved by its Scottish diocese
  72. Pope sends special envoy to Ogilvie celebration
  73. O'Brien report was 'hot enough to burn the varnish' off Pope's desk
  74. Cushley says O’Brien damaged Church’s credibility