Dunkeld Cathedral must have been a magnificent building when it was used for Catholic worship - sadly, all that changed at the Protestant Reformation, and most of the lovely Cathedral was destroyed and left in ruin - as this photo of the West End and tower shows.
Only the East end (choir and sanctuary) were saved, and eventually turned over to Church of Scotland worship. I am puzzled why they still refer to the building (the Kirk) as the Cathedral, because the Church of Scotland has no bishops (and no priests) - just 'Ministers'. The Sanctuary contains no altar - just a wooden Communion Table, as obviously the Sacrifice of the Mass is not offered. The simple furnishings seem rather minimalist in his beautiful building - but sadly the same comment could be made today of many Catholic churches.
There is a lovely organ at the West end of the Kirk (where the chancel arch used to be before it was bricked up).
Let us pray for the Minister and all attending Divine Worship in the building at 11.00 am today. We pray that one day the sad divisions in the Christian family will cease.