Faith in Cowal | Pilgrim Trails

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Bringing in the Cross

Among the many objectives of the Faith in Cowal project has been the attempt to make St Munn’s Church at Kilmun a central part of

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How to see a snake

Among the lovely creatures you might see as you walk in Cowal are adders.  Grey or brown, with a distinctive zig-zag strip running down her

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A word with the Pope

Pope Francis has been talking this week about pilgrimage.  He offers some images and reflections that will be of interest to the communities in Cowal

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A song to take with you

The Faith in Cowal project has adopted a beautiful Gaelic hymn as a kind of anthem, a song for pilgrims to sing, for local congregations

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The Pilgrim Patriot

The British media have been getting a bit excited in recent weeks (September 2015) about patriotism and love of country. Much of this – if

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COVID-19

Social Distancing

Click the image for current guidance

Most of our sites are still open, and will make for a nice, socially distanced way to celebrate your faith, or to partake in a pilgrimage.

HOWEVER

They are small sites, with small parking areas. If there is already a car in the parking areas, THINK TWICE about visiting. Perhaps try a different location. Don't stray too far from home (there are sites all over Cowal), and stay at least 2m/6.5ft away from other people at all times. Please stay up to date with with current government guidelines (click the picture link).