Welcome to St. Margaret’s Parish Lochgilphead
The parish which is part of Argyll and the Isles Diocese serves the Roman Catholic community of Lochgilphead and Inveraray on the mainland of Scotland as well as the Isles of Jura and Colonsay.
St. Margaret at 10:00am
All Saints at 12:30pm
Normally St. Margaret's at 10:30am
but please check by clicking here.
Weekday services are subject to change at short notice.
FR. DAVID CONNOR
Parish Priest of St. Margaret's Lochgilphead,
and All Saints Inveraray
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“The most deadly poison of our time is indifference.”
St Maximilian Kolbe
NEWS FROM THE PARISH
Sunday 13 August 2017
- Tuesday the 15th of August is Feast of the Assumption, and is a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass times are 10.30am and 6.00pm in St. Margaret's.
- The month of August, I will be away on work for the Diocese and a holiday in Ireland three weekends out of the four in August. We welcome back Fr. Sandy and thank him very much for his presence among us.
- This Sunday after the 12.30pm Mass in Inveraray teas & home baking will be served in the Nicol Hall with all donations going to MoMa. Everyone welcome especially visitors.
- Our Justice and Peace Group will hold an, All Nations get together on Sunday the 13th of August from 2-4pm in the M.S.Centre. Please come along and bring some food to share, with our brothers and sisters.
- Bishops Fund. Many thanks to all who gave so generously to the Bishop's Fund. The final total was £345.90
- Zam Scot-Ed Coffee Morning. Thanks to all who helped at the coffee morning yesterday.
- Liturgy Works, Our next Diocesan Music Weekend will be on the weekend of the 18th to the 20th of August. Those wishing to go could you please give your name and a £20 deposit to Moira Shaw as soon as possible. On arrival there will be another £65 to be paid.
- Kericho2018. Bishop Brian is seeking expressions of interest from young people of the Diocese to travel to Kenya for 4 weeks in July 2018 to help out in a local school and visit people suffering from HIV. Full information can be obtained from the YouTube item he has posted entitled Kericho2018. Let me know if you are interested.
Fr Donald MacKay is now receiving Pallative Care. He is presently at Glasgow Royal Hospital but intends to return to South Uist in the next few days. He will then remain at home in St Peter’s, Daliburgh.
- Fr Donald has resigned as Parish Priest of Daliburgh. Fr. Donald has given forty one years of active service for the diocese and the Church at National level. And we thank him for his inspirational witness since his diagnosis. Please can you continue to support Donald and his family, with your prayers at this time.
- Our prayer group will meet as usual on Wednesday at 7pm in St. Margaret's.