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Welcome to Killaloe Diocese

handsWelcome to the website of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. The site aims to show the various activities and ministries through which we try to live out God’s love in today’s world.

In these pages you can find out what we do, where it’s happening, who to contact and how it all comes together. Working together with our bishop, Kieran O’Reilly S.M.A., we in the Diocese strive to build a community which gives expression to our faith in Jesus where each person feels welcomed, accepted and valued.

With our online presence we seek to share our faith experience with a wider community and to inform our visitors of our pastoral activities. It is our hope that this website will be a helpful starting point for any search you may have. We would always value your contribution and we would always be happy to hear from you. Thank you for your visit and please come again soon. 

If you have any suggestions or comments, please feel free to contact us and leave your feedback.



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  • Workshops for Choir / Folk Group Leaders
    27 February 2015
    Workshops for Choir / Folk Group Leaders
    To support choir / folk group leaders across the Diocese, Ian Callinan will facilitate a series of workshops.

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  • Preparation for Synod on the Family
    21 February 2015
    Preparation for Synod on the Family
    Pope Francis has asked people throughout the world to share their experience of married and family life in preparation for the Synod on the Family which will take place in Rome in the Autumn. The Diocese of Killaloe is offering people the opportunity to share their thoughts and would welcome your contribution.

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  • Death of Fr. Michael Collins
    19 February 2015
    Death of Fr. Michael Collins
    Born on 26 November 1945. Fr Michael Collins was a native of Ennis, Co Clare and was a priest of the Diocese of Killaloe for 32 years. He was a past pupil of Ennis Christian Brothers School.

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  • Scripture in Lent
    13 February 2015
    Scripture in Lent
    Hearing, Happening, Hoping is a resource based on the Scripture readings for each Sunday during Lent. It aims to help us to listen deeply to the Sunday Gospel and reflect on where we see this Gospel happening in our lives and in the world around us.

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  • Fr. Des Hillery to be Diocesan Administrator
    11 February 2015
    Fr. Des Hillery to be Diocesan Administrator
    Following the installation of Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly as Metropolitan Archbishop of Cashel and Emly on Sunday last the Diocese of Killaloe became vacant. At a meeting of the College of Consultors of the Diocese Fr. Des Hillery, (P.P. Nenagh), was elected as Administrator of the Killaloe Diocese.

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