Reflection

Thought for the Week

Tips for success: Start small, be consistent, be patient,

pace yourself and learn form your mistakes.

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Mass Times

St Mary’s Church, Quin

 

Mass times:

Sunday: 11:00am

Daily Mass:  (Quin) Mon – Fri at 10am

Mass Via Webcam or Parish Radio Link
Broadcasting to the parish from Quin on FM 107.9 megahertz on Sunday.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Weekly Adoration that takes place on Thursdays in St. Mary’s Church, Quin will cease due to current restrictions. A Holy Hour will take place every Thursday instead from 12noon-1pm. This Holy Hour can be viewed on the Parish Webcam or tuned into on the Parish Radio Link.

 

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St Stephen’s Church, Maghera

Maghera Church will remain closed until restrictions are lifted.

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Notices

Booking of Mass Intentions

Please give at least two weeks notice when booking a Mass intention. One intention will be taken for weekday Masses and for Sunday’s NO more than three family intentions will be taken. Please ring the Parish Office during office hours 11am-5pm at (065) 6825612. If there is no answer please leave a name, date that you would like and contact

Scripture Thoughts

Today, we see Jesus appearing to the apostles. They are frightened and terrified. Jesus says:

“Peace be with you.” Jesus always brings us peace and will calm our beings if we allow ourselves

the time and space to be with Him. Jesus shows the apostles that His death was a necessity for

the repentance of sin. In the Acts of

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Welcome to Our Parish

Céad míle fáilte to our parish website! We want to make our parish 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!
The Parish of Quin Clooney Maghera is in the Diocese of Killaloe and forms part of the Abbey Cluster with the parishes of Ennis, Clarecastle and Doora/Barefield.

Mass Times

St Mary’s Church, Quin

 

Mass times:

Sunday: 11:00am

Daily Mass:  (Quin) Mon – Fri at 10am

Mass Via Webcam or Parish Radio Link
Broadcasting to the parish from Quin on FM 107.9 megahertz on Sunday.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: Weekly Adoration that takes place on Thursdays in St. Mary’s Church, Quin will cease due to current restrictions. A Holy Hour will take place every Thursday instead from 12noon-1pm. This Holy Hour can be viewed on the Parish Webcam or tuned into on the Parish Radio Link.

 

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St Stephen’s Church, Maghera

Maghera Church will remain closed until restrictions are lifted.

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Upcoming Events

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Notices

Booking of Mass Intentions

Please give at least two weeks notice when booking a Mass intention. One intention will be taken for weekday Masses and for Sunday’s NO more than three family intentions will be taken. Please ring the Parish Office during office hours 11am-5pm at (065) 6825612. If there is no answer please leave a name, date that you would like and contact

Scripture Thoughts

Today, we see Jesus appearing to the apostles. They are frightened and terrified. Jesus says:

“Peace be with you.” Jesus always brings us peace and will calm our beings if we allow ourselves

the time and space to be with Him. Jesus shows the apostles that His death was a necessity for

the repentance of sin. In the Acts of

St. Stephen’s Church Maghera

For several months now the Parish Council has been discussing the problems with the conditions of the roof in St. Stephen’s Church, Maghera. At last September’s meeting it was agreed that we should look further into getting the roof repaired and how the Parish will go about paying for the same. The cost to repair the roof is €50,791.25. Having

Men’s Rites of Passage, Kiltegan, 18th – 22nd August 2021

Nowadays, the question of what it means to be a man can be perplexing, and to be a man of faith in Ireland today can be very difficult. Most men have a longing for the support and guidance of other men in their journey towards masculinity, maturity, and a deeper experience with the divine. Living a shallow unexamined life is

On- line Donations to Parish

In these times of Government lockdown and restrictions on attendances at public masses, many people who are unable to attend church services are interested in contributing to the support of their parish or their priests. Sincere thanks to all our parishioners who have contributed during this time. It is now possible to make a contribution by credit or debit card

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