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Clergy & Religious

Sr Edith Mary

Clergy and Religious

The very life-giving presence of the Holy Spirit builds up organic cohesion in Christ: indeed, He unifies the Church "in communion and in the works of ministry, He bestows upon her varied hierarchic and charismatic gifts, and in this way directs her; and He adorns her with His fruits". The elements, then, which differentiate the various members among themselves, the gifts, that is, the offices and the various duties, constitute substantially a kind of mutual complement and are actually ordered to the one communion and mission of the self-same Body. 
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The Coordinator for Clergy Welfare and Religious Life (CCWRL) is entrusted by the Archbishop with promoting the welfare of both the retired and active priests. The Coordinator takes an active interest in their welfare and wellbeing. The Coordinator also promotes, supports, and encourages Religious Life in the Archdiocese, representing the welfare needs and concerns of both clergy and religious.

Sister Edith Mary Hart, RSM, MD is a professed member of the Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma. She is a Family Medicine physician with a speciality in Geriatric Medicine who has worked in a variety of clinic settings and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Medicine.

Contact:
Sr Edith Mary Hart, RSM, MD
Co-ordinator for Clergy Welfare and Religious Life
T: 0131 623 8923
E: SrEdith.Mary@staned.org.uk

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