Archbishop Cushley will appear on national radio tomorrow (Sunday 14 June) to discuss the reopening of Catholic churches in Scotland.
He is a guest on the Sunday Morning show on BBC Radio Scotland to chat with host Tony Kearney on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. He is expected to be interviewed at 11:20am.
It follows the publication of guidelines from the Bishops' Conference of Scotland ahead of Phase 2 of the Scottish Government's route map out of lockdown.
Phase 2, the date of which is expected to be announced on Thursday, will see churches reopening for private prayer.
Also appearing on BBC Radio Scotland that morning is Father Jock Dalrymple of St John's and St Mary Magdalene's in Edinburgh. He leads a worship service on the New Every Sunday programme at 7:30am.
?Tune in to @BBCRadioScot at 7:30am tomorrow to hear Father Jock Dalrymple of St John's and St Mary Magdalene's Edinburgh, leading worship on New Every Sunday. https://t.co/yBVIUzlMTM
— Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh (@archedinburgh) June 13, 2020