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Cardinal Burke is coming to Scotland

One of the Church’s most prominent members of clergy will visit Scotland next month.

Cardinal Raymond Burke, one of the most high profile figures in the Catholic Church is to visit Scotland at the start of September.

The cardinal, known for his traditionalist views, will offer a Pontifical High Mass at the Immaculate Heart of Mary parish in Balornock on September 2, the Feast of St Stephen of Hungary.

Cardinal Burke is an old friend of Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow, and previously came to Scotland for his installation as bishop of Paisley in 2005.

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