Dedicated as a place of worship in 1893, St Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in the town of Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, is situated at the East end of town near the Low Port (town entrance).
Before the Reformation, Catholics worshiped in what is now the Church of Scotland’s Parish Church of St Michael (next to Linlithgow Palace). Roman Catholic worship at St. Michael’s ended in 1561 when Patrick Frenche, who had been instated in 1559, was replaced by the Protestant minister Patrick Kinloquhy.
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