Notices

A Message of Welcome

Dear Friends

What strange times we find ourselves living in! An invisible virus has changed our world and our lives. We don’t shake hands. We keep our distance. For many weeks, we were unable to visit relatives and friends, including those who were sick or vulnerable. Grandparents and grandchildren missed each other. Children missed their…


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Re-Opening of St. Senan’s Church for public mass

From Monday 29th June St. Senan’s Church will be open for public mass.  Mass numbers are limited to 50 persons.  Mass times will be as follows: Monday – Thursday 10am daily. Friday @ 7pm, Saturday @ 7pm & Sunday @ 8.30am, 10am & 12noon.  Due to limited numbers we ask that you choose ONE MASS…


Framework Document for Re-opening our Churches for Mass & Sacraments

IRISH EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE

 

FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT FOR A RETURN TO THE PUBLIC CELEBRATION OF MASS AND THE SACRAMENT

 

 9 JUNE 2020

 INTRODUCTION

 

This document is intended to support dioceses and parishes in their own preparations for a return to the public celebration of Mass and the sacraments and may be supplemented at diocesan…



Re-opening of St. Senan’s Church

A sincere thanks to all who took time to visit our Church on Wednesday & Friday last for private & personal prayer. Our church will open for private prayer on Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 12 Noon to 3 p.m. on those days. All who wish to visit the church on those days are very welcome,…


Re-Opening of St. Senan’s Church

We plan to be in a position to re-open St. Senan’s Church on Monday 25th May on a phased basis.  In practice this will mean we will open for private prayer on Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 12noon – 3pm. All who wish to visit the Church on these days are very welcome, but must…


Re-opening of St. Senan’s Church

As a follow up to Bishop Fintan’s Pastoral letter & after feedback from Pastoral Council members it was  acknowledged that it would be great to see Churches reopened. The feed back also highlighted the responsibility we have as a church community to ensure the care of each other through putting in place the proper


Míle Buiochas- Parish Contributions

We wish to acknowledge the contributions that we received from parishioners during the week for church funds, priests’ collections & Trócaire.

Thank you for your continued support & care in these difficult times.

Contributions can be dropped into the sacristy after 10 a.m. mass any morning or after 10 a.m. or 12 noon Mass on…