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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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October Mission Month

Next weekend we will celebrate World Mission Sunday, The Holy Father’s annual appeal to support overseas mission and missionaries. Worryingly it is in jeopardy. The pandemis means that less of us can physically attend Mass, meaning less offerings in the basket. The implications for overseas missionaries and the communities they serve over the coming months will be devastating. You can

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Autumn Holiday

The Quin Active Retired Association has lined up a very attractive Autumn holiday programme for its members and their friends. Commencing on Sunday 31st October, a luxury coach will take the group from Quin to Dungarvan, Co Waterford, where they will enjoy first class accommodation and meals. Each day the coach will take the holidaymakers on tours to various attractions

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Covid-19 Protocols

Next Friday Oct. 22nd all going well, all restrictions will be lifted. This means that our Churches will be open to full capacity. You are obliged, however, to wear a face covering and please use the hand sanitiser at the entrance and exits of our Churches. We thank all for their cooperation.


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Quin Tidy Towns

Clare County Council have asked local groups to help highlight the issue of illegal dumping. If you notice any unusual or suspicious activity that may relate to illegal dumping, in your locality, contact Clare County Councils Waste Enforcement Team by email at [email protected] or by phone at 1800 606 706 or 065 68 46 331

We are awaiting the results

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Preparing for the Synodal Journey

Today Sunday 17th October all the Dioceses in Ireland begin the Synodal Pathway which Pope Francis has asked for worldwide. Pope Francis speaks of “Synod” as “journeying together”, truly listening to each other and together identifying the path along which Christ is leading us. Pope Francis has chosen the theme “Communion, Participation and Mission.” More information is on the Killaloe