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|Bishops' Conference of Scotland
||To support the ministry of bishops
||Active and retired Catholic bishops of Scotland
||Archbishop Philip Tartaglia
||Council of European Bishops' Conferences, Commission of Bishops' Conferences of the European Union, Catholic Bishops' Bioethics Committee, Action of Churches Together in Scotland, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
The Bishops' Conference of Scotland (BCOS) is an episcopal conference for Roman Catholic bishops in Scotland and is based in Airdrie. The conference is primarily made up of the presiding bishops of Scotland's eight dioceses as well as bishops who have retired.
The currentPhilip Tartaglia as of November 2012.
president of the conference is Archbishop
The Conference is also a member of several international organisations including the Council of European Bishops' Conferences and the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Community.
The BCOS is organised into several agencies. These are: The Commission for Doctrine and Unity, The Communications and Press and Media Relations Office, The Commission for Catholic Education and Scottish Catholic Education Service, The Heritage Commission as well as some other offices.
Member Bishops 
- Archdiocese of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh
- Archdiocese of Glasgow
- Diocese of Motherwell
- Diocese of Paisley
- Diocese of Galloway
- Diocese of Argyll and the Isles
- Diocese of Aberdeen
- Diocese of Dunkeld
See also 
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