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  • 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 & Colonsay

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  • PARISH's UPDATES 


    Newsletter 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time - October 18, 2020 CC


    Today is Mission Sunday.
    Under normal circumstances, we would have a 2nd collection at the Sunday Masses. If you are in a position to donate, you can donate online www.missioscotland.com or call 01236 449774 or you can text MISSIOSCOT to 70085 to donate £3. Mission Sunday is the one Sunday in the year when Pope Francis asks the whole Church to help mission parishes. This year, Missio Scotland is appealing for help for the people of Llusco, Peru to help build a parish house and to fund a feeding programme for disabled children.

    NOVEMBER BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE. We will be displaying our Book of Remembrance throughout the month of November. If any of your loved ones have died since last November, forms will be available in the Church porch from Tuesday onwards. Alternatively I can email you a form which can be completed and emailed back to me. Previous entries of course remain in the book and so there is no need to re-enter these.

    BISHOP BRIAN ZOOM TALK Tuesday, 17th November 2020. To coincide with Pope Francis’s new encyclical letter ‘Fratelli Tutti’ about fraternity and social friendship, St Margaret’s will host an online event with Bishop Brian giving a reflection and how this document can impact on our lives. Jill Kent of Pax Christi International will also speak at this event. It promises to be an engaging meeting so if you are interested please register following the link below. The registration link can also be found on our Website and Facebook Page.  You are invited to a Zoom meeting. Tuesday, 17 th November 7pm – 8pm. If you don’t have Zoom, you will need to download this prior to registration

    MOMA do not require food items at this time but are always looking for soap/toothpaste/tea towels/household cleaning materials. If you can donate any of these items they can be left in the box in the church porch.
    Apostleship of the Sea require woolly hats/gloves/socks etc. These can again be left in the porch area of the church.

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  •  MASS TIMES THIS WEEK


    Please click here to read previous posts on the Coronavirus Situation including the letter from Fr Ronald regarding times of Public Masses in St Margaret's.   
    For Mass during the week and the Saturday Vigil, there will be no requirement to pre-book your place. It will be a ‘first come, first served’ format. While we can’t anticipate every eventuality, in general we tend to be able to accommodate those who wish to attend those Masses. The only Masses that will require pre-booking are the 10am Sunday Masses at St Margaret’s. If you would like to book please contact me via email/telephone.

    St Margaret’s: 
    Tuesday: 10.30am
    Wednesday: 10.30am (Live Stream only)
    Thursday: 10.30am
    Friday: 10.30am 
    Saturday: 6.30pm (Sunday Vigil) 
    Sunday: 10am (booking required – contact Fr. Ronald) 
    Click here for Fr Ronald's contact

    All Saints, Inveraray: 
    Sunday: 12.30pm 
    Confession available on Request
    Streamed Masses can be found at:
    St Margaret, Lochgilphead 10.30am Tuesday - Friday, 6.00pm Saturday, 10.00am Sunday
    St Mary's, Fort William 10.15 Monday - Saturday
    The following regulations must apply - Strict Social Distancing (2 m apart) - Sanitize Hands before entering - Facemasks or face covering to be used inside the Church.

    Stay Safe! Pray Safe!

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  • Fr Ronald Campbell Priest in Charge
    Fr. Ronald Campbell
    Assistant Priest 
    Parish Priest: Mgr. James McNeil



    Charity Registration 
    No. SC002876

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