Anniversaries in the Parish
This Sunday: Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Anniversaries at this Time in Our Parish
Saturday: 6.00pm Kilmore Quay 19th June.
We pray for the soul of Marty Scallan
whose anniversary occurs.
26th June. We pray for all who are ill
at this time from the parish.
Saturday: 7.30pm Tomhaggard 19th June.
We pray for the soul of John Cogley, Whitehill ,
whose anniversary occurs.
Minister of the Word: Paula Hore.
26th June. We pray for the soul of Marie Casey, Tenacre, whose fifth anniversary occurs.
Minister of the Word: Mary White.
Sunday: 10.00am Kilmore 20th June.
We pray for the souls of Ronnie Woodcock, Grange, and Dom Sinnott, Lannagh, both of whose anniversaries occur. Minister of the Word: Joe Maddock.
Minister of the Eucharist: Margaret Byrne.
27th June. We pray for all those
in hospital from the parish.
Minister of the Word: Séamus O’Brien.
Minister of the Eucharist: Bernie Rowe.
Sunday: 11.30am Mulrankin 20th June.
We pray for all Fathers living and deceased of the parish. Minister of the Word: Mary Kehoe.
27th June. We pray for all who are ill at this time
from the parish.
Minister of the Word: Ina Neville
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Thanks to all our Ministers of the Word and the Eucharist for their great ministry in the parish.
Pope Francis has announced the appointment of Fr Ger Nash as the new Bishop of the Diocese of Ferns.
He succeeds Bishop Denis Brennan who has been in the role since 2006.
Bishop Brennan's resignation was accepted by Pope Francis a year ago when he turned 75.
His successor, 62-year-old Gerard Nash, a priest of the Diocese of Killaloe, is originally from the parish of Tulla in Co Clare.
Following his Leaving Certificate, he studied business and then worked in manufacturing industry for a number of years.
After choosing to study in Saint Patrick's College, he was ordained in 1991.
Following his ordination, Fr Nash was appointed as chaplain/teacher in Roscrea Vocational School and as priest responsible for Roscrea Youth Centre.
In 1996 he was appointed as General Manager of Clarecare, which provides a range of social services to the people of Co Clare.
In 2003, he was appointed as resident priest in Corofin and part of the first grouping of parishes in the Diocese of Killaloe.
He became Diocesan Secretary in 2010 and Director of Pastoral Development for the Diocese of Killaloe in 2016.
The outgoing Bishop of Ferns has warmly welcomed Fr Nash's appointment.
Mass Times during the week
Tue- Friday at 10am each morning
Office open in Kilmore Church after mass each day till 1pm
New Schedule of Sunday Mass Times
Saturday Evening Vigil Mass Times
Mass In Kilmore Quay – 6:00pm
In Tomhaggard- 7:30pm
Mass in Kilmore 10am
Mass in Mulrankin 11:30 am
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament resumes every Monday
Adoration for the blessed Sacrament every Thursday in Kilmore Church.
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The Sacrament of Confirmation will take place in the Parish Church, Kilmore on Saturday the 28th of August.
First Holy Communion will take place in the Parish Church, Kilmore on Saturday the 18th of September.
To recommence worship, to respect best practice and guidelines and to act in the spirit both of public Christian witness and commitment to the common good remain diocesan objectives.
Face Coverings are required in Church
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Pope Francis and his words.. Lets pray for a true dialogue for all believers to work together for an end to war and violence and so pray for a lasting peace in our troubled world.
Our safety guidelines for all attending our churches for services after the 10th May 2021.
1. Hand sanitizers are available at each of the doors in the Church, which will be manned by our stewards.
We ask you to avail of these as you enter and leave the Church.
2. We ask you to adhere to social distancing and follow signage and direction from the ushers.
Seats available for use will have signage. Please only use these seats. Families are welcome to sit together.
Two people per seat from different households (one on either side of the seat).
3. Holy Communion will be distributed after the final blessing. If you are seated in the main body of the Church, please use centre aisle to receive. Return down the side aisles. For people in St Josephs please be guided by the usher as you go up to and return from receiving Holy Communion. After you have received the Eucharist, you can leave the church or return to your seat for personal prayer. This is entirely your decision.
Eucharistic ministers will sanitize their hands before and after distributing Holy Communion.
4. Holy Water fonts are strictly not in use.
5. The sign of peace is suspended.
6. Both collection boxes are placed at the back of the Churches as baskets are not permitted at this time.
7. Please observe social distancing while entering and leaving the Church and also in the car park.
Be guided by the stewards and ushers. Thank you.
Face coverings in Church Under the new government guidelines and 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 wearing of face coverings in addition to the continuation of social distancing and sanitizing in our Churches as public Masses and services continue.
Keep Safe and Keep Well