https://nenaghparish.ie/newsletter/ We remind parishioners that you can obtain a paper copy of the Newsletter at weekends inside both Nenagh Parish churches. Downloadable copies are available here on the website or by joining the mailing list at email@example.com We also remind any community support groups who deliver supplies to those who need to remain at homeContinue reading “Parish Newsletter During COVID-19”
As a special gift from us to you, Nenagh Parish presents a short video reminder of 2020. The many photos include far too few people, perhaps a reflection of the year that was. From everyone in Nenagh Parish, the Parish Team and the Pastoral Council, we thank you for your outstanding support during this saddestContinue reading “Nenagh Parish 2020 – Our Journey”
This year the Nenagh Community Christmas Day Dinner committee will operate a FREE “meals on wheels” service only due to COVID restrictions. They will visit on Christmas morning with a hot dinner with all the trimmings and an extra dinner for St. Stephen’s Day. This free “meals on wheels” service will be available to allContinue reading “Nenagh Community Christmas Day Dinner”
On Sunday, 20 December, members of the Nenagh Kairali Indian Community accepted an invitation to hold a Christmas Celebration at St Mary of the Rosary Church. We hope you enjoy some of the videos. We will post more videos from this wonderful celebration later this week. Enjoy!
We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with easy payments plus to facilitate online donations to the various Nenagh Parish collections. Ireland is fast become a cashless society and you can now contribute to your Parish using this secure and confidential online system. Just click on the red Donate button on theContinue reading “Announcing an easier-than-ever way to contribute to Nenagh Parish”
With the beginning of Advent recently, preparations have begun in earnest in parishes across the country for the celebration of Christmas – albeit in a very different context this year. Priests working with Parish Pastoral Councils are making decisions at a local level on how best to celebrate Christmas in a safe manner. We extendContinue reading “Nenagh Parish Statement on Christmas 2020”
To view the statement from the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference in response to the recent COVID-19 vaccine announcements, please click here
Anyone who had a loved one remembered at this week’s Annual Bereavement Mass can request a candle from the Sacristy (St Mary of the Rosary) or the Parish Office.
Ceremonies of Reconciliation / Confession will be celebrated in St. Mary of the Rosary church, Nenagh: Sunday Dec. 20th 2pm and 3.30pm Christmas Eve 24th 1.30pm and 3pm As we are restricted on the number allowed to congregate these ceremonies will be ticketed. Tickets are available from the Parish Office, Nenagh. Please phoneContinue reading “Service of Reconciliation”