Notices


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Temporary Arrangements for Newmarket/Wells/Carrigerry due to Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

Following the guidelines of the Diocese of Killaloe in response to the recommendations of the Government and Public Health Authorities to put measures in place to help ensure the containment of the Corona Virus in our parish Fr Tom will celebrate masses privately and will pray for the people whose anniversaries occur during this time. You can listen in on your regular radio on 97.9fm. The transmission might not reach every area of the parish but hopefully most should be

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Pastoral Message of Bishop Fintan Monahan, Killaloe Diocese 12th March 2020

Killaloe Diocese responds to Government recommendations in relation to COVID -19 (Corona Virus) Pandemic

Following the recommendations of the Government and Public Health Authorities this morning, the Diocese of Killaloe wishes to put measures in place to help ensure the containment of the virus and the protection of the faithful who may be particularly vulnerable at this time. The provisions will have immediate effect and will be followed by all parishes in the Diocese of Killaloe. These provisions will remain

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Carrigoran House Flu/Covid19 Precaution:

In order to minimise risk to our residential community within Carrigoran House all Masses both daily and on Sundays will only be for the residents of our Nursing Home and not the wider community with immediate effect. We hope you will continue to support our services and your assistance in protecting our older community at this time is greatly appreciated.

 

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Message from Bishop Fintan

In line with other Dioceses, Bishop Fintan is advising that all Parishes consider a number of precautions at this time.

  • Parishioners might consider altering the Sign of Peace for the duration of the Coronavirus situation. It could be replaced by a word of greeting to the people around you, a nod of recognition or having eye contact with them.
  • People might be encouraged to receive Holy Communion in the hand until the virus scare subsides.
  • Ministers of the Eucharist to