Official Statement In conversations with priests and people around the Diocese of Killaloe in recent weeks many have expressed their serious health and safety concerns to me regarding the number of people gathering after funeral ceremonies in church and also at burials in cemeteries. Whilst it is such a positive and deeply ingrained aspect ofContinue reading “Bishop Fintan Monahan expresses concern over cemetery and funeral gatherings”
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St John the Baptist Public Briefing – 7.30pm tonight – Zoom Invite
Nenagh Parish is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Nenagh Parish Public Briefing – A Renewed Vision for St John the Baptist Church Time: Mar 15, 2021 07:30 PM Dublin Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/6998004525?pwd=VW04cFgrUlJoYXJWQjdjb1habjNUQT09 Meeting ID: 699 800 4525 Passcode: 151082 One tap mobile +13462487799,,6998004525#,,,,*151082# US (Houston) +16699006833,,6998004525#,,,,*151082# US (San Jose) Dial byContinue reading “St John the Baptist Public Briefing – 7.30pm tonight – Zoom Invite”
Public Briefing on Upgrade Plans for St John the Baptist Church
A public briefing will take place on Monday 15 March at 7.30pm to inform the Parish Community of plans for the renovation of St John the Baptist Church in Tyone. The briefing will take place on Zoom. A link to the webinar will appear here on the News page on Monday afternoon. All are welcome!
Irish Catholic Bishops call for the reopening of churches for public celebration of Easter ceremonies
The Irish Catholic Bishops have today released a statement regarding the situation around the closure of churches for public worship at Easter for the second year running. Check it out here
Tap To Donate Comes To Nenagh Parish
During the past year, our parish, like so many other organisations and individuals in society, has come under enormous financial pressure. The rolling lockdowns have eliminated one of our key sources of income, namely the weekend pouch collections. This poses a challenge to our ability to meet ongoing financial responsibilities such as heating, electricity, insurance,Continue reading “Tap To Donate Comes To Nenagh Parish”
A Blessed Lenten Season from Nenagh Parish
Blessed Ashes in Nenagh Parish
Blessed Ashes and a Prayer Card are available for collection at the entrances to both churches ahead of Ash Wednesday 2021. Please take ashes for your own household as well as a pouch for those who may be staying indoors right now.
Happy St Valentine’s Day!
Happy St Valentine’s Day from all in Nenagh Parish!