Gerard Tartaglia

Gerard Tartaglia

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TARTAGLIA, Gerhard, født 1961 i Dennistoun, Glasgow, Skottland. Ordinert til prest 27. juni 1985 i Our Lady of Good Councel, Dennistoun, av erkebiskop Thomas J. Winning av Glasgow.

11. mars 2014
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Utfyllende CV


  • 1979–1986 Pontifical Scots College and Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome (Ph.B., S.T.B., J.C.L)

Appointments for the Archdiocese of Glasgow:

  • August–September 1985 Temporary Appointment, St Andrew’s Cathedral
  • September 1985– June 1986 Student , Scots College, Rome
  • August 1986–October 1991 Assistant Priest Holy Cross, Crosshill
  • October 1991–October 1993 Assistant Priest St Gabriel’s, Merrylee
  • October 1993 – October 2000 Assistant Priest St Mary’s, Pollokshaws
  • October 2004–June 2009 Chaplain, St Andrew’s High School, Clydebank
  • October 2004–Parish Priest St Margaret’s, Clydebank
  • October 2005–Parish Priest Our Holy Redeemer’s, Clydebank
  • October 2008–Dean North West Deanery
  • November 2008–Canon Chapter of Canons Archdiocese of Glasgow

Canon Law Practice

  • Judge Instructor at Scottish National Tribunal 1989–1993
  • Teacher of Canon Law at Chesters College (Interdiocesan Seminary) 1991–1993
  • Vice Officialis at Scottish National Tribunal 1993–1999
  • Teacher of Canon Law at Scotus College (National Seminary) 1993–2009
  • Officialis at Scottish National Tribunal 1999–2004
  • Exec. Comm. of the Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland 2001–2010
  • Canon Law Tutor for Permanent Deacons Formation Course, Approved by Bishops of Scotland, (In association with Maryvale Institute) 1999– present
  • Judge at Scottish National Tribunal (now known as: Scottish Catholic Inter-Diocesan Tribunal) 2004 – present
  • Director of Sentence Writing and Jurisprudential Course of the Canon Law Society of Great Britain and Ireland 2007 – present

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