This tall slender Celtic Cross is a national monument and stands over 12 feet high in one of the most important early Christian sites in Inishowen. This monastic site was reputedly founded by St Morialagh in the 6th Century and it’s proximity to Carrowmore and another monastic site founded by St Boudan in Culdaff made this area a great seat of skill and learning. It’s beautiful carvings are a hybrid of Christian and Celtic artwork with geometric patterns on both sides alongside depictions of the miracle of the loaves and fishes. It also has carvings of 2 men with folded arms which could be St Paul and St Anthony in the desert. There is a pre-Christian bullaun stone near the entrance to the church and 2 interesting grave slabs inside the ruins, one with a carving of a hurley bat that is used on the GAA emblem.