Nationalist tells Presbyterians
The time has now conic when Scotland's Presbyterians might with dignity and honour return to the Catholic Church the Cathedrals and Abbeys taken from her at the time of the Reformation.
This was the substance of a plea made at the week-end by Oliver Brown, M.A., a prominent figure in the Scottish Nationalist movement. Mr. Brown is not a Catholic.
He said : "One question which ought to trouble the conscience of Presbyterians is their right to retain the old buildings built for Catholic services. . .
0 Apart from artistic fitness, the voluntary return of these cathedrals to the Church which built them would be of great value in increasing the prestige of the Presbyterian Church."