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Sunday Masses: Holy Rosary — Vigil 6.10pm; Sunday morning 8am, 10am and Noon. Ballintotis — 10.30am. Weekday Masses for this week: 8am and 10am Monday to Friday; 10am Saturday. The Station Masses are at 7.30pm this week in Holy Rosary….
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Anniversaries: Tess Crowley, Seamus Crowley, Finbarr Harding, Patrick O’ Keeffe, Mannie Heaphy, Marie Fitzgerald, Patrick Cahalane.

Holy Rosary Closing Time

Holy Rosary Closing Time: On Sundays during Lent Holy Rosary will close after the Stations of the Cross. During the week it will close at 6pm unless there is a liturgy being celebrated later in the evening.

Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina this Wednesday, 21st February at 7.30 pm in the Parish Office.

Feast Days

Wednesday, 21st February, St. Peter Damian, bishop and doctor of the Church, 1007-1072, gave up teaching to become a hermit. Later he was Cardinal Bishop of Ostia. He was an outstanding reformer of Church life and discipline. Thursday, 22nd February,…
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The Pope’s Intentions for February 2024

The Pope’s Intentions for February 2024: For the Terminally Ill, “We pray that those with a terminal illness, and their families, receive the necessary physical and spiritual care and accompaniment.”

Clonmult Ambush Commemoration

Clonmult Ambush Commemoration: 10.00am Mass will be offered on Tuesday 20th February for those who died at or as a result of the Clonmult Ambush.

A liturgy for children

A liturgy for children attending 10.00 a.m. Mass on Sundays, commences this Sunday 18th February and continues each Sunday at 10.00 a.m. Mass after this date. At the start of the Mass children from senior infants to second class will…
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Spring 2024 – Town Stations

Monday, February 19th: Bailick: Road, Avenue, Court; Cherrywood Ridge, Heights; The Granary, Wood Quay, Charleston Wharf. Riverside: Park, Estate; Rosary Place; Fr. Murphy Place and Church View. The Rock: Youghal Road, Rockgrove; Beechwood: Court, Drive; Oakwood Lodge, Park South, The…
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Quote for the Week

“May the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ and Jesus Christ Himself, who is the Son of God and our everlasting High Priest, build you up in faith, truth, meekness, gentleness, patience, endurance, forbearance, and purity.”

Bishop of Cloyne’s Letter

My friends in Christ, In the midst of various recent events in society in Ireland more and more of us are asking what is happening to our “soul” in the midst of all the change in every facet of life….
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Sunday Masses

Holy Rosary – Vigil 6.10pm; Sunday morning 8am, 10am and Noon. Ballintotis — 10.30am. Weekday Masses for this week: Monday and Tuesday 8am and 10am. Wednesday (14th) Ash Wednesday 8am, 10, and 7.30pm. Thursday and Friday 8am and 10am. Saturday…
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