We are delighted to announce the return of Sunday Masses: Here is the Schedule from 4th to 19th July.
When you attend any of the scheduled Masses, you are fulfilling your Sunday Obligation.
Monday and Tuesday @ 10.00am
Wednesday @ 8.00pm
Thursday and Friday @ 10.00am
Saturday @ 7.30pm
Sunday @ 9.15am
This was announced by the government and reported on RTE News last night. This allows us to increase the numbers attending for Masses from 50. We look forward to welcoming you back!
Below is some advice from Marty Morrissey on what to expect when we return to church this weekend. Video courtesy of Paschal Brooks, Here’s the link.
Daily Mass will resume this Monday 29th June as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 10.00am Connolly Church –
Thursday and Friday at 10.00am Kilmaley Church
From Saturday, 4th July the following schedule will apply:
Monday and Tuesday @ 10.00am Connolly Church
Wednesday Inch Church (Time to be confirmed)
Thursday and Friday @ 10.00am Kilmaley Church
Saturday @7.30pm Kilmaley Church
Congratulations are extended to Canon Michael McLaughlin on the Special Occasion of his Diamond Jubilee (60th Anniversary) of his ordination to the Priesthood 11th June 2020. Canon Michael answered the call of the Lord to be his loyal servant. May God bless him with many more happy and healthy years of peace and joy.
Sunday, 24th May is the date of the Annual Killaloe diocesan pilgrimage to Knock. This year, because of the Coronavirus attending in person is not possible, but a warm invitation is extended to join in spiritual communion via Knock Shrine Webcam commencing with devotions at 2.30pm followed by Mass at 3.00pm
Fr Haugh served here in the parish as curate from 1963 – 1978,
Thanks to Paschal Brooks.
Thanks to Paschal Brooks The Story of Fr. Joe Haugh
Paschal Brooks, Camera call 24/7 086 2588565
Fr Joseph Haugh, Doonbeg, Co. Clare
Born on July 28th 1932, Fr Joe was a native of Coolmeen, Co. Clare and was a priest of the Diocese of Killaloe for 63 years. He was a past pupil of St Flannan’s College, Ennis. He studied for the priesthood at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth and was ordained in Nenagh on June