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A Campbeltown Celebration

Tweet Alice and John Morton were confirmed recently by Bishop Brian McGee at St Kieran’s in Campbeltown. It was a really lovely service and we are very grateful to Bishop Brian for making the long journey down to Campbeltown. Thank you also to the congregation of St Kieran’s for their support – in particular Fiona and Richard Fox who were Alice and John’s sponsors. Alice and John are pictured here with Father Tony Wood and Bishop...

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Pope Francis has questions for young people

Tweet Are you aged 11 – 35!?  The Catholic Church wants to hear from YOU! In 2018, Pope Francis and the Bishops of the world are going to gather and discuss YOU – they are going to be talking about what your life is like, the ways in which you engage with the Church and what you think of God’s plan for your life.  In order to give them something to work with, you have been invited to complete the following survey: By doing so, you are contributing to the discussion, as well as having the option to...

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Congratulations to Mgr. Tom, our Diamond Jubilarian

Tweet Loving congratulations to Mgr. Thomas Wynne, on  the Diamond Jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood. Mgr. Tom will be joined by family members, brother priests, parishioners and his many friends for a Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Margaret’s, Roy Bridge on Thursday 15 June. Thank you, Mgr. Tom, for your 60 years of devoted pastoral and spiritual care of the people of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles. We wish you a joyful celebration and many blessings for the...

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Funeral of Eilidh MacLeod

Tweet As Eilidh is laid to rest we remember with love and in prayer her Mum and Dad, all her family and friends, the people of Barra and of all the Isles. We remember especially Eilidh’s friend Laura, her parents and family and pray that she will make a good recovery from her injuries. We pray too for all who have lost loved ones through acts of violence. “When mystery hides Thee from the sight of faith and hope; when pain turns even love to dust; when life is bitter to the taste and our song of joy dies...

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Communications Sunday

Tweet   Positive communication is the way to achieve justice and peace, as Peter Kearney, director of the Catholic Media Office in Scotland reflects ahead of Communications Sunday. On Sunday 28th May 2017, the church will mark World Communications Day for the 51st time. It provides an opportunity for the universal church to consider how and why we communicate, with one another and with the world beyond the catholic community. Communication is at the heart of all that we do. We share information, emotion, ideas and experiences every day. Our faith is based on the communication of God’s message...

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