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Sacraments with current health guidelines

For weddings and Baptisms the following applies —

  • Please keep numbers to a minimum — 50 is the upper limit permitted at present.
  • People are strongly advised to wear face coverings.
  • Please use the hand sanitisation supplied in porches
  • Please adhere to recommended social distancing markings in the church.

Baptisms: If you wish to have your child baptised please call Fr Tom or the parish office.

Marriages: can be booked through the parish office

Some rescheduled dates…..


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Our churches reopen for public Masses.

This week we will open our churches to the public for the first time since mid March. Weekday Masses (normally celebrated in the chapel at Newmarket) will be celebrated Mon – Fri at 10am in the Main church for the foreseeable future due to physical distancing guidelines. Weekend Masses will resume with a number of modifications.

The numbers which can be accommodated are to be restricted. We are truly sad not to be able to welcome everyone but the safety

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Confirmation Quiz – Killaloe Diocese

Confirmation Quiz for girls and boys preparing for the Sacrament of Confirmation in the diocese of Killaloe this year.

Link attached:

The link allows unlimited attempts, no email required and grades and correct answers are shown on completion.
All entrants remain anonymous although data on correct or incorrect answering can will be gathered for analysis.

Thank you to the teachers, school staff, parents and family at home who have helped prepare you for the Sacrament of Confirmation. Have a

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As we move to reopen our churches.

On the 29th June we will reopen our churches for the celebration of the Mass and Sacraments with the People of God present and actively participating. For the foreseeable future, the Sunday obligation will remain suspended but good judgement and reason will guide your decision as to when you come back to Sunday Mass. For many, being able to return to church to worship as a community is truly a blessing. However, we will need to have regard to ongoing

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Online Bereavement Information Talk

The death of a person can send ripples throughout the community. Bereavement not only affects the family, but also friends, work colleagues, teachers and neighbours.  Following the death of someone close, we may experience strong and conflicting emotions. Grief can be powerful and feel overwhelming.

Anyone affected by grief is invited to view this pre-recorded talk, which is designed to give general information on grief and bereavement to bereaved people, their family and friends.  Please allow yourself some quiet time

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Trinity Sunday

Feast of the Holy Trinity, also called Trinity Sunday, Christian feast in honour of the Trinity, celebrated in Western liturgical churches on the Sunday following Pentecost (the 50th day after Easter). It is known that the feast was celebrated on this day from as early as the 10th century.  Trinity Sunday celebrates the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, the three Persons of God: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.