Welcome to Our Parish
Office Times Tue- Fri after mass till 12:30pm
Phone 053 9135181
Céad Míle Fáilte
We warmly welcome all visitors to our parish during these final days of summer. We hope you enjoy your stay among us and return home renewed and refreshed and ready for the next part of life’s journey.
New Opening hours for the Parish Office
Tuesday to Friday 10:30 - 12:30pm
If you require a Mass card, mass bouquet etc please call into the Parish Office
You are welcome to contact the Parish Office by phone : Our Number 053 91 35181
Weekend Masses and Anniversaries
Weekend Masses and Anniversaries Saturday: Saturday: 6.00pm Kilmore Quay September 24th.
We pray for John and Ita Gorman, Ballask and Enniscorthy, whose anniversaries occur.
October 1st. We pray for all the people of the parish.
Saturday: 7.30pm Tomhaggard
September 24th. We remember all our departed relatives and friends. Reader: Paula Hore
October 1st. We pray for Mai Mc Grath, Littletown, Bridgetown, whose anniversary occurs.
Reader: Mary White.
Sunday: 10.00am Kilmore September 25th.
We remember all our departed relatives and friends. October 2nd. We pray for peace in Ukraine.
Sunday: 11.30am Mulrankin September 25th.
We remember all our departed relatives and friends. Reader: Mary Kehoe.
October 2nd. We pray for all those who care for our elderly and sick. Reader: Ina Neville.
✞ We also remember and pray for all our loved ones who have gone before us and all those whose anniversaries occur at this time.
May they rest in peace
Getting Married this year?
A reminder to all couples who are getting married this year: please contact the parish office four months prior to the wedding to check all paperwork and celebrant details as so many weddings have been re-scheduled and all paperwork will have to be checked to ensure it is valid and in date for your wedding. We would ask all couples to call the office and re-confirm your dates please.
The Story of St Monica
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.
Religious services and ceremonies (for example Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, Weddings & Funerals) can proceed with 100% of venue capacity, regardless of immunity status of attendees.
(Subject to appropriate protective measures including social distancing as much as possible, hand sanitising, face masks etc).
All other measures designed to minimise necessary physical interaction during services should be maintained.
Our safety guidelines for all attending our churches for services after the 6th September 2021. Hand sanitizers are available at each of the doors in the Church, We ask you to avail of these as you enter and leave the Church.
The Church now has increased capacity by 100% Holy Communion will be distributed at the normal time .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. Eucharistic ministers will sanitize their hands before and after distributing Holy Communion.
Holy Water fonts are strictly not in use. The sign of peace is suspended.
Both collection boxes are placed at the back of the Churches.
Face coverings in Church are encouraged in solidarity with the vast majority of our fellow citizens to actively promote and pursue as safe an environment as possible – we would ask you to help us in our mission to keep people safe and show respect by continuing to wear face coverings for the next few weeks. Thank you
Keep Safe and Keep Well