If anyone is interested in doing the Catholic Liturgy of the hours, the entire English version is here
This 26 page document produced in 1962 looks at Catholicism on the west coast of Scotland and details how the Church in Kilbirnie came to be opened in 1862. It contains a photo of the first priest ( I already posted his death certificate on this blog) as well as the surnames of all of the first Catholic families to worship in the Church which is very good for genealogy researchers. It gives a rare glimpse of Catholic life on the west coast of Scotland and also talks about the opening of the school as well as other Churches in the area.
This picture was taken this morning, of flowers on my window….. incredible.
The national shrine for St John Ogilvie, Glasgow”s only martyr.
There’s an appeal to put up a statue at Glasgow Cross.