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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

Teresa O’Donoghue, Doolin, Co. Clare, was recently awarded a papal Benemerenti Medal in recognition of her many decades of service to the Lord and to his community. She is pictured here with Fr Conor Cunninham.

Unit 2 of the Catechism of the Catholic Church resumes on Tuesday 17th September, 2013

To access the list of Confirmation Dates for 2019 please click on the following link:

CONFIRMATION_2019.pdf

 Diocesan changes announced by Canon Michael McLoughlin Diocesan Administrator for the Diocese of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora.

VERY REVEREND MICHAEL CANON MCLOUGHLIN, ADMINISTRATOR OF GALWAY, KILMACDUAGH AND KILFENORA HAS MADE THE FOLLOWING DIOCESAN APPOINTMENTS WITH EFFECT FROM FRIDAY, 18TH AUGUST 2017.

Rev. Barry Hogg, President, St. Mary's College; to be Pastor Emeritus

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.

The Diocesan Pastoral Centre is hosting a programme, Maryvale Certificate in Catechesis, from Maryvale Institute, Birmingham,  which will commence on Saturday, October 6th next.

Special Ministers of Holy Communion, previously called 'Eucharistic ministers', assist the priest at the Sunday liturgies - if there are not already sufficient priests and deacons present - by helping him to give the Body and Blood of the Lord to the gathered assembly.

Ministers of the Word offer their time and their talents that the scriptures may be proclaimed with clarity and with faith at the Eucharist and at other liturgies.

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