Streets of Blood and Steel
The Turnaround Bishop
Worthington joined the kindred community around 1890. He spent much of his time as a priest, working to bring more members into the covenant and advancing the philosophy of the Westminster Creed. He grew the number of lay people within the Order steadily over decades.
By the 1970’s, he was elevated to Bishop. He had increased the number of people attending Lancea Sanctum Masses to almost 80% of the kindred in the city. Mass was less formal in the “parishes” under his control, and they often became social events that rivaled Elysium.