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David O,Brien · May 31, 2017 at 7:22 am
I wanted to point out there seems to be a discrepancy in one of the Holy Mass listings.
There is no traditional Mass in St Mary,s church in Stirling.
Whether there used to be, I do not know.
There is Mass here in the Ordinariate rite on the 3rd Sundays at 4pm.
This can appear like a traditional Mass contace, as the format is almost identical, but it is in the vernacular.
I have contacted the parish here and it has been conformed there is no E.F. Mass here.
The Mass in St Ninian,s the Holy Spirit is correct.
I hope this helps as this Mass listing is most useful to those of us who prefer Mass in the ancient form.
God bless you all
email@example.com · May 31, 2017 at 9:45 am
Thank you for pointing out the omission. I have added ‘(Roman Rite, Anglican Use)’ as with the other Ordinariate Masses shown.
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