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Postponement of June Killaloe Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes

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It is with profound regret we announce that the Killaloe Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes on 26th June 2020 has been rescheduled to 29th June 2021. The decision was taken by the Diocese in consultation with Joe Walsh Tours in the light of the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic which prevents us from guaranteeing the health and safety of all who travel with

Clare Covid Community Response Helpline

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The helpline can put you in touch with local volunteers who can assist with delivering basic needs such as shopping, medicine, fuel, farming support etc. to those who need it especially isolated & vulnerable groups who need our help. Please share this information with anyone you think may find it useful!

Tel: 1890 252943

Email: covidsupport@clarecoco.ie

A Prayer for our Parish

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Prayer during a time of fearLord, bless our parish community at this difficult time.

Give me patience with myself and others so that I will not make these times any more difficult than they are already.

Grant me the ability to acknowledge my fears so that I will not hide from acting in a responsible manner.

Give me courage to overcome any selfishness that hinders

A Message from the Poor Clare Sisters

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In the light of the recent guidance from the government about Covid-19, we regret to tell you that we, the Poor Clare sisters, will not be meeting people at reception for the moment. Our front door will be closed. If you have prayer intentions or need to get a message to the community, please write a note and put it

Clare Haven Services

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Clare HavenDomestic Abuse can happen to anyone; it could be someone you know…. It could be you. Support is available. Talk to Clare Haven in confidence through our 24 hour helpline 065-6822435. We also provide information talks to community groups and schools to create understanding of Domestic Violence, call Clare Haven on 0656849777

Clare Haven

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Clare HavenClare Haven Services Insights Programme – a free and confidential weekly programme for women who are or have been in an abusive domestic relationship.   For further information, please contact Clare Haven Services on 065 6842646.

Clare MABS – Money Advice & Budgeting Service

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MABSAre you struggling to make ends meet?

Are you worried about money you owe to money lenders, credit cards, banks and mortgage lenders?

We can help you. For free, confidential and independent advice please contact the Clare Money Advice and Budgeting Service on 0761 072430, or email us at ennis@mabs.ie

We are located in Ennis next door to the library.

The Samaritans – Don’t feel that you are alone

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SamaritansThe Clare Branch of the Samaritans provides confidential emotional support to people of any age, who may feel the need to talk about any concern or aspect of their lives. Samaritans can be contacted for free by phone 116123 and/or email jo@samaritans.org

Any person of any age can visit the Samaritans (Kilrush Road, Ennis) any day from 10am up to

Local Injuries Unit (LIU) at Ennis Hospital

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LIU Poster CampaignUL Hospitals Group has launched a new poster campaign to raise awareness about the services provided by its Local Injury Units (LIUs) in St. John’s Hospital, Limerick, Nenagh and Ennis Hospitals.

LIUs are locally based services treating minor injuries in patients from the age of 5 years upwards. They are a safe alternative to the Emergency Department (ED) for a