Welcome to the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles

Welcome to our website, a source of news, history and information for the Diocese of Argyll & the Isles. We hope you find the site informative and easy to use.

Fàilte chun a làrach-lìn againn.

An seo gheibh sibh naidheachdan, fiosrachadh agus eachdraidh mu'n Sgìr-Easbuig againn.

Tha sinn an dòchas gu faigh sibh e feumail agus goireasach - agus furasda a' chleachdadh.

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Latest News

Good news from SCIAF

  • 02-02-2016
  Your SCIAF donations will be doubled again! For the second year in a row, the UK government is matching your Lenten donations £1 for £1 as part of the UK Aid Match scheme. Every penny SCIAF receives for the WEE BOX appeal between 5th February an...

Tributes to Bishop Murray

  • 23-01-2016
  The Scottish Bishops gathered in session at the Royal Scots College in Salamanca, Spain, an institution to which Bishop Murray had a lifelong bond as both student and rector, have paid tribute to his ministry as priest and bishop and to his outs...

Episcopal Ordination

  • 10-01-2016
  We pray for our Bishop-elect Brian McGee as he prepares for ordination as Bishop of Argyll and the Isles on Thursday 18 February at 7pm in St Columba's Cathedral, Oban.  

New Bishop for Argyll & the Isles

  • 28-12-2015
  Pope Francis has today appointed Monsignor Brian McGee as the new Bishop of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles. The diocese has been vacant since April 2014 when Bishop Joseph Toal became the Bishop of Motherwell. Mgr. McGee is currently Vicar ...

Jubilee of Mercy

  • 06-12-2015
The Jubilee of Mercy begins in Rome on 8th December. The inauguration of the Year of Mercy in the diocese will take place that same evening at 7.00pm with the Rite of Opening of the Holy Door in St. Columba’s Cathedral and Mass. Priests will be av...
  • Glenfinnan church restoration

  • The Morar Chalice

  • Lochyside Ceilidh

  • Morag's 105th birthday

  • Young people of the Diocese

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