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Easter Ceremonies

The main Easter Ceremonies on Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday will be celebrated in  Newmarket Church only.
Holy Thursday
Mass of the Lord’s Supper  – 7.30pm Newmarket
Confessions:                           8.15pm Newmarket
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament until 9.30pm
Good Friday
Outdoor Stations of the Cross:
Carrigoran Outdoor Stations @ 11.00am
All assemble in the chapel at Carrigoran.
Celebration of the Passion:   3.00pm Newmarket
Confessions:                           4.00pm Newmarket
Stations of the Cross :          6.30pm Wells
                                                  7.30pm Carrigerry
Holy Saturday
Confessions:                   12noon
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Dawn Mass on Easter Sunday

We will gather on Easter Sunday morning at 6.00am to celebrate the Resurrection and break the Bread of the Eucharist together at Fenloe cemetery. The new day should begin to break in on our darkness at about 6.15am. By assembling in this sacred place in our parish we will unite our voices with those of our departed loved ones in proclaiming Resurrection and welcoming Christ our light who calls us out of darkness into his own marvellous light.



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The Chrism Mass for the Diocese

The Chrism Mass for the Diocese will be celebrated by Bishop Fintan on Wednesday evening, April 12th in the Cathedral Ennis. The time of the Mass will be 7.30 pm.

People are warmly invited and it is a night to acknowledge our unity as a Diocese when we gather with our Bishop to celebrate the work of priests and people and to recommit to Eucharist and to ministry with God’s people.

Parishes are invited to put this invitation in parish

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Trócaire’s Lenten Campaign:   

“There I shall provide for you – for there are five years of famine still to come – so that you, your household and all yours are not reduced to penury.” Genesis, 45:11.  The UN has said that with 20 million people facing starvation in Africa, the world is facing the greatest humanitarian crisis since the

Second World War.  Trócaire is working in Somalia, South Sudan, Kenya and Ethiopia to support thousands of people facing famine in the coming months.  

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Second National Collection for the World Meeting of Families 2018  

Pope Francis has personally chosen Dublin to be the host diocese for the World Meeting of Families from 21-26 August 2018. 

Planning for this great national and international celebration of faith is well underway.  Hosting this important event requires an enormous amount of planning and funding.  In this regard a second national collection will be held next weekend in Newmarket, Carrigerry & the Wells. Your support for this collection would be greatly appreciated. We take this opportunity to thank you

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Play & Pray

Play and pray on each Sunday at 11am Mass for children
aged 3 upwards. Children say prayers, listen to the gospel
and enjoy art in a child friendly atmosphere. Trained
volunteers will meet the children at 10.55 in the meeting
room above the sacristy and the children will be brought
down to the church after the Offertory. All are welcome