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Reek Sunday :: Sunday 28 July 2019 The annual national pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick (Reek Sunday) takes place on Sunday 28 July 2019.  Mass...
Congratulations to Indira Kelly from Seamount College, Kinvara, who won the Inaugural Sr Sarah Clarke Award for her project analysing the fast...
  The Meaning of Lent The English word ‘Lent’ comes from the Anglo-Saxon word Lencten, meaning ‘Spring’. In other...
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Beginning Experience is a structured Programme for men and women who have lost a spouse/partner through death, separation or divorce - for at least one year.

For more information contact Mary 087-2613541, Ann 087-7854990 or Martin 086-2238085

The Pastoral Centre offers the following bereavement support programmes and services:

Family Focus Week takes place in Knock Shrine between 9 and 15 July 2016. See the item on the Knock Shrine website for full details.

The occasion of a child's First Holy Communion is a wonderful opportunity for parents to deepen and reinvigorate their own faith. It can also be a graced moment of renewal for the broader parish community.

 

Topics / Skills covered will include Connecting with your Teenager, Listening, Encouraging Teenagers, Managing conflict and Applying Consequences

In preparation for hosting the Diocesan Stand 399 at the National Ploughing Championships, Bishop Denis Nulty (Kildare & Leighlin diocese) is inviting people all around the country to choose their favourite prayer, perhaps a prayer learnt at their mother’s knee or handed down ó ghlúin go glúi

You Shall Be My Witness is a progamme designed to offer resources to members of the parish team that will enable them to encourage, challenge and invite parents to beccome more actively involved in the preparation for Confirmation.

Reek Sunday :: Sunday 28 July 2019

A new brochure on child protection, intended for children and parents, and created by John Paul II Awards students. Click here to download it (PDF, 2.3 MB).

What is Youth Ministry?