This weekend we are delighted to be able to welcome back congregations to the celebration of Mass but even in God’s house we have to maintain social distancing and so we regret that the maximum number of worshippers is temporarily limited but Masses from the Cathedral will be broadcast on our webcam and parish radio…
As our churches open for public worship, GAA sports presenter Marty Morrissey offers advice to parishioners on a safe return to Church. Our thanks to Paschal Brooks for the video.
The 64th Killaloe Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes was due to leave from Shannon Airport on Friday 26th June. However, like all other pilgrimages this year it cannot happen. We are grateful to Fr. Brendan Quinlivan, our communications officer, who compiled a virtual pilgrimage so that all of us could participate.
On the final day of…
Magnet & House Blessing, €3 each or two for €5
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The Holy Father nominated a new Bishop of the Diocese of Kilmore, Ireland, on Monday, the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul.
Father Martin Hayes, a priest…
From Monday 29th June, the Feast of SS Peter & Paul, Daily Mass in the Cathedral will resume at the following times:
We regret that the maximum number of worshippers is temporarily limited and request that you follow the Guidance for Returning to Mass which can be found in this…
Confessions will take place in the Cathedral Monday to Friday from 7pm to 7.25pm and after 6.30pm vigil Mass on Saturday.
Confessions in the Friary are suspended until further notice.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place Monday to Friday in the Cathedral from 5pm until 7.15pm.
We are really delighted to welcome you back to Mass. The following guidance measures are to keep everybody safe and will constantly be reviewed.
- Hand sanitisers are available at each Church. We ask you to avail of these as you enter and leave the Church.
- We ask you to adhere to social distancing and follow…