Regular Mass Times


Contact Fr Ronald if you require Confession for yourself or the sarcraments for a sick relative  via details on the Contact page and arrangements can be made. 

Special arrangements will be made for funerals and baptisms.

Fr Ronald celebrates Mass in St Margarets  Tuesday -  Friday at 10.30am, on Saturday a vigil Mass is celebrated at 6.30pm, and on Sundays from St Margarets via  at 10.00am which are all streamed on line via You Tube.  Please click this link to access it.

Mass is celebrated in All Saints Church, Inveraray at 12.30pm on Sundays.

Public Masses will be according to Strict Social Distancing (2m apart) - Sanitise Hands before entering - Facemasks or face covering to be used inside Church

 If you wish to physically attend Mass in St Margaret's or in All Saints you must first notify Fr Ronald by contacting the details on the contacts us page to ensure the Church is not overcrowded.


Stay Safe! Pray Safe!


During the plague in Milan in the 16th century people were unable to attend Church. Their Bishop, St Charles Borromeo, asked the priests to celebrate Mass in the city’s streets so the people could pray from their windows.
Today, to help protect the safety of others, you cannot come to Mass until sufficient progress has been made against the Coronavirus. This is a sacrifice for us all. However, in the spirit of St Charles and with modern technology you can now spiritually participate in Mass every day. I will celebrate Mass every  at 10am. Please let others know. Other priests in the diocese are planning to do the same.
To join the Mass go to the Diocesan Website Diocese of Argyll & The Isles

In addition |Mass is celebrated OnLine from Glasgow Cathedral 3 times per day at 0815, 1300 and 1700 Mondays to Saturday and 1000, 1200 and 1715 on Sundays.   

To Join in follow this link: Glasgow Cathedral


Not applicable at present

Times of Sunday Masses in other Catholic Churches in the Diocese of Argyll & The Isles can be found by clicking this link.

On a wider scale this link will take you to a website which provides the times of Masses on weekdays, sundays and holidays of obligation at many churches throughtout Scotland, England, Wales and elsewhere in Europe.