St. Columba's Cathedral stands on the edge of Oban Bay,
looking west across the Firth of Lorne to Iona and the Hebridean isles,
and across the Atlantic to North America and Canada.
Its austere beauty echoes the ancient faith
of the Catholic tradition of the Celtic people of Scotland.
Throughout the year people at home and abroad request
that the Cathedral be floodlit to mark important moments of life and death.
In loving memory of Betty MacEachen on her first anniversary
From David, Jean and family
In memory of Margaret Campbell on her anniversarywith love from Peter & Christine
In loving memory of Canon John Angus Galbraith
on his tenth anniversary