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Céad míle fáilte to our parish website! We want to make our parish website an interesting and worthwhile location for both parishioners and visitors, so all can keep up to date with what’s happening in our parish.

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

We welcome your feedback!

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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


Choose Life

The Choose Life newsletter promotes the Church’s position on unborn human life and encourages family discussion on this important subject. Please see current and past issues on our website www.newmarketonfergusparish.ie

Also visit the Irish Catholics Bishop’s Conference website http://www.catholicbishops.ie/

The Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference (also known as the Irish Episcopal Conference) is the assembly of the Bishops of Ireland exercising together certain pastoral offices for Christ’s faithful on the whole island of Ireland.

Moving Mindfulness Classes

Are you often tired, run down, stressed or anxious?

Moving Mindfulness classes are starting in the Health & Wellness Centre, Carrigoran every Thursday evening from  7:30pm – 9:00pm.

Cost €10 per class.

This course is geared towards teaching the importance of using your own energy to help calm the mind and ease the body using simple, effective movements.

Suitable for all.

Irish Community Rapid Response

Irish Community Rapid Response was established in 2008 to deliver professional pre hospital care directly to the site of medical emergencies throughout Ireland. Our volunteer doctors have made a significant difference while working in association with the National Ambulance Service when responding to 999/112 emergency calls.

Building on our experience and success we will provide Ireland’s first dedicated charity funded helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS). Based out of Cork Airport, Irish Community Air Ambulance will provide a vital lifesaving service,

The Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society operates a free transport service for patients attending hospital for chemotherapy treatment.

Volunteer Drivers pick the patient up at the door of their home, drop them at the hospital door, then when finished treatment, will pick them up and drop them home.

Volunteer expenses are paid.

Patients wishing to avail of this free service should contact their healthcare professional,

visit the Society’s website at irishcancer.ie


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