Tuesday 10.00a.m.

Wednesday: 10.00a.m.

Thursday: 10.00a.m. 

Friday: 10.00a.m. 

Saturday: 6.00p.m. Vigil Mass.

Sunday: 9.00am and 11.00am.

Mass Times subject to change at short notice

St. Mun's window photo.jpg

The St. Mun’s stained glass window was designed by Annie

Ferguson, a professional stained glass artist, who worked

with pupils of St. Mun’s primary school, Dunoon. Children

have learned about the life of St. Mun, researched the Celtic

saints, and engaged with the expressive arts to create

symbols relevant to St. Mun and his ministry. Every pupil and

member of staff has a design element in the window that

they can claim as their own. Working with a professional

artist, the children have developed their understanding of

how the arts contribute to celebration and worship. The

photograph of the window was taken by professional

photographer Ronnie Cairns of Dunoon.

Diocese of Argyll and the Isles Synodal Report

Justice and Peace: Our Lady & St Mun's Parish will become an 'Eco-Congregation'

As part of our parish family's response to Pope Francis' call to change our lifestyles in order to increase our care for creation, we have registered our wish to become an eco-congregation. This will involve us in developing ways in which we as a community and as individuals can help to establish a Scotland that cares for God' s creation. By prayer, liturgy and discussions we will seek to discover what it means to care for God's creation and how we can learn to live justly in a world that we will help to transform. In so doing we will be working with other faith groups both local and national – but first we must put our own house in order. It will not be easy as many are still in denial about the threats to our environment and our own responsibility for making things worse by our selfishness. In the following weeks we will consider pragmatic suggestions for achieving our aims. (Useful sources of information Sciaf website, Pope Francis' encyclical, “laudato Si”, )

More news to follow. 


Our Lady and St Mun’s is a catholic parish Church of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles.

"We, the parish community of Our Lady and St Mun, are called through Baptism to celebrate the presence of Christ in Word and Sacrament. We are called and sent by Christ to live joyfully and with gratitude the life God has given us and to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ. In the spirit of faith, service, and community, we strive to bring people closer together and closer to God.

 This we aim to accomplish by:

  • Building our lives in the image of Christ through worship and prayer.
  • Contributing to the growth of our parish by spreading the Gospel by word, witness, action and evangelization.
  • Inviting everyone to serve, in this way meeting the needs of our parishioners and the broader community.
  • Being faithful stewards of Our Lady and St Mun, we want to share our time, talents and treasures.
  • We welcome all people to our community to join us as brothers and sisters, pilgrims on the same journey.
  • Lending support to the parish leadership and working together to fulfil the mission."