In 2012, this Roman Catholic spiritual leader was installed as the Archbishop and Metropolitan of Glasgow, Scotland. Previously, he previously offered as Bishop of Paisley. He researched at St Vincent’s University, Langbank; St Mary’s University, Blairs; the Pontifical Scots University; as well as the Pontifical Gregorian College or university. In 2012, he was criticized from the press for his allegedly insensitive and homophobic remarks regarding the first death of the gay politician. Elevated in Scotland as an associate of a family group of Italian history, he was among nine children created to Annita and Guido Tartaglia. He and Anglican bishop John Howe both became high-ranking spiritual market leaders in Scotland.