Jesus is one with us in our human helplessness.

Booking of Masses – Masses for Months Mind and Anniversaries can be booked by phone, text or email.

Parish Contributions – We thank you for your ongoing generosity either directly or on line donations. You can donate by either leaving in your envelopes to the letter boxes of the Parish House or you can donate via the Killaloe Diocesan Website.

Trócaire Lenten Campaign   On this final week of our Lenten Journey of helping the poor, we continue to reach out to the poor in our Trócaire Lenten Campaign. We can continue to give and share. The contents of each and every Trocaire Box, no matter how small, come together to make a significant difference.

Suggestions for Holy Week/Easter 

We invite you to gather at home as you watch Liturgies and listen to the Scriptures during this special and sacred time in our year.  The Eucharist itself is a continual reminder of the love of God freely offered to each one of us. 

Holy Thursday reminds us with the washing of the feet by Jesus in the gospel that we love and serve each other.

Good Friday: we invite you to place a cross on your kitchen table for the reading passion of the Lord. Jesus gives his life as a loving servant.  

Holy Saturday/Easter Sunday: you are invited to light a candle as you watch the Easter Vigil / Easter Mass.

You can also collect a bottle of Easter Baptismal Water which reminds us of the new life in Christ that we celebrate at this time of Easter.

Christ is risen and Alleluia is our song


Terryglass on Audio and Face Book Live  :  Good Friday 3pm

Easter Saturday 8pm   Easter Sunday 10am

Borrisokane on Webcam:  Holy Thursday 8pm,  Good Friday 3pm

Easter Saturday 8pm    Easter Sunday 10.30am

Lorrha Holy Saturday 7.30pm  live stream on YouTube, this is the link:

Bishop Fintan has written an “Easter Letter” which he has summarized as below. It is a reflection on the pandemic, pastoral planning in our diocese at this time in the light of forthcoming synods in the years ahead.

Let Hope Shape Our Future 

  • Covid-19 has radically changed our lives and Church.
  • Familiar faith practices have been greatly disrupted.    
  • We look forward to returning to a more acceptable form of normal.
  • Our Church is in a time of profound change.
  • The Church to which we shall return will be very different.
  • What sort of Church do you want that to be?
  • How will that Church be resourced
  • Do you want to be part of shaping that new reality?
  • I invite you to join me in the Diocese of Killaloe on that new journey.
  • As Easter people we are people of joy and this gives us hope to live and share that joy with future generations.
  • For the full letter please click the link below

Welcome to the most important week of  our church year, today Palm Sunday, is the beginning of Holy Week.

 We celebrate the fact that the cross and suffering are not the final words.


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