Reflection

Having experienced the pain and sorrow of the crucifixion, then the joy and new life of the resurrection, the followers of Jesus now have to face the reality of the Risen Lord’s departure – again.

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Mass Times

St Mary’s Church, Quin

 

Mass times:

Sunday: 11:00am -via webcam

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

Re-Opening Our Churches: Creating a Safe Place to Worship

The Sunday Obligation has been lifted and you may attend Mass any day of the week if you so wish or continue to view Mass on the Parish Webcam or listen to on the Parish Radio Link. Public Masses resume on Monday, May 10th. Families with a Mass intention are asked to be in the Church fifteen minutes prior to

Sacristans & Church Cleaning for Quin Church:

The annual collection for the Sacristans of our Church-es and for the floor cleaning of Quin Church takes place next weekend May 15th/16th. There is a special white envelope in your box of envelopes for this collection. Thank you for your generosity to our devoted Sacristans in their ministry.

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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 -via webcam

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

Re-Opening Our Churches: Creating a Safe Place to Worship

The Sunday Obligation has been lifted and you may attend Mass any day of the week if you so wish or continue to view Mass on the Parish Webcam or listen to on the Parish Radio Link. Public Masses resume on Monday, May 10th. Families with a Mass intention are asked to be in the Church fifteen minutes prior to

Sacristans & Church Cleaning for Quin Church:

The annual collection for the Sacristans of our Church-es and for the floor cleaning of Quin Church takes place next weekend May 15th/16th. There is a special white envelope in your box of envelopes for this collection. Thank you for your generosity to our devoted Sacristans in their ministry.

Trocaire Collection

It is now time for all Trocaire boxes and envelopes to be brought to the Parish Office. There is a special white envelope with purple top in your box of envelopes for this collection. If at all possible could we have all Trocaire donations in by May 16th it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your generosity to our

Mary the Month of May

We have arrived to the Month of May, Mary’s month. Why not pray a decade of the rosary each evening as a family during the month of May? A nice way to increase devotion to Our Blessed Mother.

 

Quin Tidy Towns

As we continue on with the work of the Tidy Towns team, the help from many locals had been marvellous and much appreciated. The 3-tiered flower stands have been cleaned out readied for summer planting as have the various flower beds and other containers throughout the village. The Active Retirement team are busy preparing to fill appropriately 85 baskets with

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