The Parish Office will be closed until next Wednesday 28th October. The Parish Office email address is email@example.com, if you wish to send in any queries and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Just a reminder that clocks go back at 2 a.m. on Sunday morning. Don’t forget to adjust your alarm clock or you could find yourself missing out on the extra hour in bed!
On Friday 16th October, Nancy Stewart from Clonard, Co. Meath, celebrates her 107th birthday. She is Ireland’s oldest lady living in her own home surrounded by great love and care.
Nancy has written a letter about her life which you can read below.
We congratulation Nancy on this very special occasion and wish her continued…
Following its Autumn General Meeting this week, the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference have released the following statement entitled Care at the End of Life:
Human dignity is inherent in every person from the first moment of his or her existence. Even under the most challenging circumstances, we never lose that inherent dignity, which…
Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic the people of Ireland have endured testing times with courage, resilience, and compassion. Individuals and communities have made great sacrifices for the protection of life, health and the Common Good. Like many others, the Church has endeavoured to support the people of Ireland, north and south, in the…
As you are aware as and from midnight tonight Tuesday 6th October the entire country will be in Level 3 COVID 19 restrictions. This has implications for us as a faith community in relation to the celebration of Masses & other ceremonies. As a result of this there will be No public Masses from tomorrow morning. All…
We have decided to bring back the
50/50 draw next weekend. We still
have a draw to do since the lockdown so that will be our first draw
In order to comply
with the current guidelines, we ask
you to take home some envelopes
Fr Brendan Cleary
Carrigoran Nursing Home, Newmarket on Fergus, Co.Clare
Born on October 18th 1931
Fr Brendan was a native of Milltown Malbay, Co. Clare and was a priest of the Diocese of Killaloe for 65 years. He was a past pupil of St Flannan’s College, Ennis. He studied for the priesthood at St…
Loving God, we ask you to wrap our diocesan school family in a cloak of love and protection as our schools reopen this year.
Bless our boards of management and staff as they continue the good work that they have already begun to ensure a welcoming and safe environment for all.
Bless our parents…
Please see the application below for a position of Health and Welfore Coordinator for Senior Clergy in the Diocese of Killaloe. Application process and information through Carebright only.