Skip to comments.American Dominican Sisters Move to Scotland
Posted on 08/21/2013 10:36:42 AM PDT by marshmallow
One of the most flourishing religious congregations in America is to establish itself in a medieval convent in northern Scotland.
Four Dominican Sisters of St Cecilia from Nashville, Tennessee, will be formally welcomed this weekend by the Diocese of Aberdeen during a celebratory Mass at Greyfriars Convent in Elgin. The four Sisters, popularly known as Nashville Dominicans, will reside at the convent in Elgin, formerly home to the Sisters of Mercy who left in 2010.
Writing in the magazine, Light of the North, the Sisters announced: Sister Anna Christi, Sister Amelda Ann, Sister Nicholas Marie and Sister Christiana
will be available to assist in the formation of youth and adults in the Catholic faith; in sponsoring retreats and catechetical courses and offering pastoral assistance in local parishes.
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Best wishes, sisters. As for Christianity, if you think America is screwed up, Scotland is absolutely nuts.
Good news, the global south is sending missionaries to America and the west.
Watch the remnant in Scotland flock to this convent despite the atmosphere in Scotland.