Edinburgh’s Three Cathedrals
Saturday 4th April 2020 | 10.30am
In early 1878 there were no cathedrals in Edinburgh. Within just five years there were three: St Mary’s Metropolitan Cathedral, St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral and St Giles’ Cathedral. What prompted this upsurge of religiosity in the city or was it something else? David Todd, Lay Reader at Old Saint Paul’s Scottish Episcopal Church and Theatre Chaplain to Edinburgh’s four major theatres explains in an illustrated talk.