Keith Cardinal O’Brien, the Catholic Archbishop of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, has bestowed a wonderful Christmas gift upon the traditionalist Anglicans of Scotland’s capital city. Catholic Anglicans will this year celebrate Christmas Eve Mass in St Catharine’s convent chapel in Tollcross, Edinburgh, a gift of the Catholic Archdiocese.
Canon Len Black, Regional Dean of Forward in Faith Scotland, said:
This move has come about because of the rapid drift of the Scottish Episcopal Church away from the traditional faith, morals and practices of the universal Church. We are most grateful to Cardinal Keith O’Brien for the generosity he has shown us in making a place of worship available, not just for Christmas but in the months ahead, as we seek to serve those Episcopalians who look to us for spiritual and sacramental support...
Read the rest at The Anglo-Catholic.