Month of the Holy Rosary: Thursday next brings in the Month of October and Month of the Holy Rosary. We invite you to pray the rosary in the home or at least pray one decade as a family each day of the month. Mary, Mother of Church, Pray for us.
First Friday: Friday next Oct. 2nd is the First Friday of the Month. The sick and housebound will be visited
during the week.
Autumn brings to the soul relief, as hot Summer days, slip to an end God sent the season for weary hearts to restore, repair and mend. Just as with the Autumn winds, there comes a new refreshing rain God sent the season for fraying hearts to increase, grow and gain. The Autumn sun is slow to climb, and dips much earlier into the night God sent the season for sleepy hearts to rise, shine and awake in His light. God gave to us the Autumn season, so we could have a respite and rest for it is the season for our beset souls to see how much we are blessed. (Deborah Ann Belka)
Newly Baptised: We welcomed into the Christian Community through the Sacrament of Baptism the following: Donnacha Jude Cunningham, Culann Morna McMahon.
Face Coverings in Church In solidarity with the vast majority of our fellow citizens who actively promote and pursue as safe an environment as possible – in their homes, their places of work and places where they shop or gather, the Diocese of Killaloe now ‘strongly recommends’ the wearing of face coverings in addition to the continuation of social distancing
A Message from Bishop Fintan and the Diocesan Pastoral Council
What strange times we find ourselves living in! An invisible virus has changed our world and our lives.
We don’t shake hands. We keep our distance. For many weeks, we were unable to visit relatives and friends, including those who were sick or vulnerable. Grandparents and grandchildren missed
COVID-19 Support Line for Older People ALONE manages a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling
The on-line donations facility on the Diocesan Website is now operational which enables parishioners to make on-line contributions to their own individual parish. Log on to www.killaloediocese.ie and using the Donate button, select your own parish to make your contribution. Donations to parish funds, priests collections or other special collections can be accommodated. This is an additional facility which will