The Sins Of Cardinal David Beaton Lead To Revolt In Scotland

The Strange Story of the Scottish Cardinal by Beverly De Soto Stevens At the beginning of the 16th century Scotland was a Catholic country. And David Beaton was a Catholic family man, of sorts. That is to say he had a mistress, and eight children. He was also Cardinal of the Scottish Catholic Church. A … Read more

St. Mungo: The Saint Who Evangelized Glasgow

Son of a Princess Raped By a Prince The ‘Dear One’ Who Brought Christianity to Glasgow By Michael Durnan Glasgow today is a sprawling, post-industrial city; ugly post-war architecture occupies former Luftwaffe bomb craters like so many broken teeth. But it was not always so. Deep in Glasgow’s ancient, green heart lies the formerly-Catholic Cathedral … Read more

The State Of Scottish Catholicism On University Campuses

A ‘Home Away From Home’ Ignites the Faith Father Lawrence Lew, O.P. was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, into a devout Christian family; he attended a Brethren church, though most of his family became evangelical Pentecostalists. Today, he is a Dominican at the University of Edinburgh chaplaincy of St Albert, one of a long line … Read more