of Argyll & the Isles Scottish Charity registration No SCO 02876
to the Catholic Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea,
Isle of Mull.
|The church is served from
St Columba's Cathedral, Oban and our parish priest is Mgr James MacNeil,
who is also the Cathedral Administrator.
NOTE THAT FROM ADVENT 2011 MASS IS SAID AT CRAIGNURE EVERY SUNDAY
NOTICE. FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION,
CLICK ON THE
BOARD PAGE OF THIS WEBSITE.
Our bishop is the Rt. Rev.
Joseph Anthony Toal of the diocese of Argyll and the Isles.ordained Bishop
on 8th December 2008.
The Catholic population fluctuates,
but there are about forty households in total, with one or more Mass attenders.This
involves long journeys for some, but the presence of the Catholic House
of Prayer on Iona in 1997 , with priests often staying there, means that
Catholics in the Ross of Mull can go to Mass more conveniently.
The church can now be accessed
via a paved pathway from Victoria Street, just to the left of the Stone
Cottage. Turn right at the end of the level pathway and our church is just
a few yards on the right. There are two steps into the church so if you
need help, please ask.
|Our aims for this site are
A few facts about Mull:-
to enable good communication
to encourage interaction with
other Christians on the Island.
to offer opportunities for visitors
and others to be involved
Mull has a 300
mile coastline; from Fionnphort in the south of the island, to Tobermory
in the north is more than 60 miles. Mull has a population of just under
See Notice board page for
up to date Mass times and venue.
Enquiries to 01688
On Iona, the warden is Sr
Jean Lawson, rscj, telephone 01681 700369
Cathedral House, Oban,telephone
See our Notice
Board page for the latest updates:
How to find us.
coming from the south end
of the island (Craignure and Salen) or from the north (Calgary and Dervaig)
you will arrive at the small roundabout at the top of the hill at Tobermory,
follow the yellow road on to Breadalbane Street and you will find
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from 1st November 2005