The Scottish Tradition in Worship

The Rev W W D Gardiner, BD, D. Litt, Edinburgh

W  W D Gardiner, against a background of the ecclesiastical consequences of the southward drift of the control of many Scottish organisations and of Irish immigration, calls for a re-appropriation of the proper heritage “both Catholic and Reformed” of the Scottish Church with its roots in the Celtic liturgy and in the reforms of Margaret and of 1560, and noting the controlling influence, during most of that time of the service of Holy Communion.

Volume 11 1938-39, p22
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