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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


Clarecastle / Ballyea Bereavement Support Group

Congratulations to Clarecastle/Ballyea Bereavement Support Group on the production of their booklet “What Do I Do Now” – helpful information on dealing with funeral arrangements and affairs of our departed loved ones. 

Copies available at Church Doors. 

Please feel free to take one.

Liturgical Ceremony to commemorate the beginning of World Meeting of Families

Bishop Fintan will lead a Liturgy to mark the commencement in Dublin of the World Meeting of Families in St. Mary of the Rosary church, Nenagh, Tuesday, 21st Aug.  at 7pm.

This celebration is being hosted by Odhran Cluster and will be part of the nationwide celebrations honouring WMF18.

                                                       This is a diocesan celebration, all are welcome.    

World Meeting Of Families

To mark the World Meeting of Families, we will have a celebration of families on Friday, 24th August. 

The liturgy of celebration will last one hour. 

Departing from Clarecastle Church in your own car, we will then gather at the grotto of Claremount/Hempfield and finish at Ballyea church. 

It will celebrate family from the various parts of parish, hence the three venues. 

We hope as many families as possible join us. 

We are still seeking photographs of families to

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

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