Archbishop Donald Mackintosh, Archbishop of Glasgow, Scotland (b. 10 October 1876, Glasnacardoch, Inverness - d. 8 December 1943) was a Scottish Roman Catholic priest and bishop, who was ordained as Archbishop of Glasgow in 1922.
Mackintosh was ordained a priest on 1 November 1900 at the age of 24. On 24 February 1922, aged 45, he was appointed Archbishop of Glasgow, Scotland and ordained on 21 May 1922.
He died on 8 December 1943, aged 67. He had been a priest for 43 years and a bishop for 21 years. He was the principal consecrator of future Archbishop of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh, Andrew Thomas McDonald.