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We hope that all parish and community groups will see it as a useful resource for getting information out to people.

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Mass Times

SS Peter and Paul’s Church, Clarecastle

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Sunday: 9am and 12.00pm
Monday – Friday: 10am
Saturday Vigil: 7pm

St. John the Baptist Church, Ballyea

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Sunday: 10.30am

Notices

Clarehill Graveyards

Respecting The Dead  Graveyards are very special and very sacred places.  They are places we lay our deceased loved ones to, as we put it “Rest in Peace”. They are places where we go to remember and connect with our loved ones who have gone from this life to God.  For these reasons they are places of special significance, holiness and indeed grace. Sadly lately some graves at Charehill have been interfered with. Flowers, plants etc. that had

Defibrillator

The Clarecastle Men’s Shed has provided a Defibrillator for use in our community. 

Defibrillators have been instrumental in saving many lives worldwide, in cases of cardiac arrest. 

The unit has been erected on a wall adjacent to the entrance to Centra in the village and is accessible at all times.  Training in the use of the Defibrillator for Men’s Shed members and the general public will be provided in the near future. 

Everyone is asked to familiarise themselves with the

New Volunteer Ministries in the Killaloe Diocese

The Diocese of Killaloe is developing openings for two new lay volunteer ministries in the Diocese.

Training programmes for the Ministry of Catechist and the Ministry of Pastoral Care will begin in the Autumn.

These new ministries, open to women and men, will be of interest to those already involved or those wishing to be more involved in the life of their local Church community. They will involve lay people working side by side with priests in key ministries in

Papal visit to Phoenix Park – Sunday, 26th August ’18

Mass with Pope Francis on the last day of his visit to Ireland.

Early Morning Bus from Killaloe, Price includes Tickets, Dinner in a Restaurant, Tea & Scones, selection of Soft Drinks and Return Bus Fare.

Phone James Treacy for last remaining seats on 061 921 470 or 086 057 2216.

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