Built and dedicated by the Lovat family in 1889 for the people of the area. Overlooking the lovely Loch Morar, it is built of local grey stone with a detached bell tower. Inside are interesting stained glass windows, including a recent one above the choir loft depicting the life of St Cumin. Open timbered roof.
Saturday Vigil Mass 6:00 pm
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