Reflection

Artificial Intelligence

We Pray that the progress of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence may always serve humankind

 

 

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Parish News

Our Lady of the Rosary

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In line with current government guidelines Masses will be offered online.

Weekday masses at 10am and weekend masses at 6pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday will be live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Church and can be viewed via webcam from parish website

Saturday 6pm

Sunday  11am

Monday – Friday: 10.00am

Holy Days please refer the the Current Newsletter

 

Our Lady of the Wells, Clonmoney

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Masses are suspended in line with government guidelines.  Weekday masses at 10am and weekend masses at 6pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday will be live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Church and can be viewed via webcam from parish website

Friday 6pm

Saturday 6pm

 

Holy Days please refer to the Current newsletter

St. Conaires, Carrigerry

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Masses are suspended until weekend 31st October in line with government guidelines.  Weekday masses at 10am and weekend masses at 6pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday will be live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Church and can be viewed via webcam from parish website

 

Sunday 9.00am

Holy Days please refer to the Current Newsletter

Notices

Remembering Our Dead

Our Annual November Mass will take place this Friday the 20th November at 7pm in Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Newmarket. This year the mass will also coincide with the Diocesan Day of Remembrance. We will pray for our loved ones who have left us this past year and for those who are grieving their loss. The names of all those who passed away in our parish will be read out on the night and a candle will be

Killaloe Ecumenical Day of Remembrance

Bishops Kenneth Kearon, Church of Ireland and Fintan Monahan Diocese of Killaloe. Thanks to the local rector Rev Kevin O’Brien for the hospitality and for the video and to his wife Dr Susan O’Brien, the ecumenical director of the diocese for coordinating the Remembrance Day. Special appreciation to the Diocesan Pastoral Council who proposed the day and worked hard producing resources for schools and parishes.

Here is a link to a short prayer service commemorating a day of remembrance across

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Welcome to Parish

Céad míle fáilte to our parish website! We want to make the website an interesting and worthwhile location for both parishioners and visitors to keep up to date with what’s happening in our parish. We hope that all parish and community groups will see it as a useful resource for getting information out to people. We welcome your feedback!

Mass Times

Our Lady of the Rosary

read more about the church

In line with current government guidelines Masses will be offered online.

Weekday masses at 10am and weekend masses at 6pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday will be live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Church and can be viewed via webcam from parish website

Saturday 6pm

Sunday  11am

Monday – Friday: 10.00am

Holy Days please refer the the Current Newsletter

 

Our Lady of the Wells, Clonmoney

read more about the church

Masses are suspended in line with government guidelines.  Weekday masses at 10am and weekend masses at 6pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday will be live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Church and can be viewed via webcam from parish website

Friday 6pm

Saturday 6pm

 

Holy Days please refer to the Current newsletter

St. Conaires, Carrigerry

read more about the church

Masses are suspended until weekend 31st October in line with government guidelines.  Weekday masses at 10am and weekend masses at 6pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday will be live streamed from Our Lady of the Rosary Church and can be viewed via webcam from parish website

 

Sunday 9.00am

Holy Days please refer to the Current Newsletter

Notices

Remembering Our Dead

Our Annual November Mass will take place this Friday the 20th November at 7pm in Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Newmarket. This year the mass will also coincide with the Diocesan Day of Remembrance. We will pray for our loved ones who have left us this past year and for those who are grieving their loss. The names of all those who passed away in our parish will be read out on the night and a candle will be

Killaloe Ecumenical Day of Remembrance

Bishops Kenneth Kearon, Church of Ireland and Fintan Monahan Diocese of Killaloe. Thanks to the local rector Rev Kevin O’Brien for the hospitality and for the video and to his wife Dr Susan O’Brien, the ecumenical director of the diocese for coordinating the Remembrance Day. Special appreciation to the Diocesan Pastoral Council who proposed the day and worked hard producing resources for schools and parishes.

Here is a link to a short prayer service commemorating a day of remembrance across

Diocesan Day of Remembrance 2020

Because 2020 has been a year like no other, the Diocese of Killaloe, in collaboration with the Anglican Diocese of Limerick, Killaloe & Ardfert, has decided to hold a Day of Remembrance on November 20th for those who have died in 2020. This Day aims to acknowledge those who have died this year and those who have been bereaved through the death of loved ones. It includes the remembrance of those who have died as a result of the global

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