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St Moluag’s weekend

The Isle of Lismore hosted its first St Moluag Weekend, celebrating the founder of the island’s Celtic church monastery, with services on his saint’s day Sunday June 25.

The festivities, organised by Rev Iain Barclay, minister of the parish of Lismore and Appin, and Lismore Historical Society, began on Saturday morning with talks from Bob Hay and Douglas Breingan about the Saint’s life and work.

Mr Hay’s two talks focused on ‘What we know about St Moluag’ and the findings of the first archaeological dig of the cathedral nave in 2016 and the plans for the second excavation on July 15-22 led by Dr Clare Ellis of Argyll Archaeology.

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