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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.

 

 

Recent News Stories

  • Choirs Workshop - Doonbeg
    05 June 2015
    Choirs Workshop - Doonbeg
    A Choir Workshop with new material for use at Funeral Liturgies organised by Inis Cathaigh Cluster will be held in Doonbeg Parish Church on Thursday, 11th June next at 7.30 p.m.

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  • Gatherings for Pastoral Councils
    07 May 2015
    Gatherings for Pastoral Councils
    As part of the Leadership and Partnership strand our Pastoral Workers are hosting a series of gatherings for Pastoral Councils. Pastoral Councils are the cornerstone of each local parish. Each of you who give up your free time in service of your parish must be fully supported and affirmed in every way possible. 

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  • Cycle Against Suicide 2015
    28 April 2015
    Cycle Against Suicide 2015
    The Killaloe Dioocesan Youth Council (KDYC) are participating in this year's Cycle against Suicide which takes place between April 27 and May 10th. The object of the Event as the cycle reaches towns and villages throughout Ireland is to "break the cycle of suicide on the Island of Ireland".

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  • Days of Reflection
    17 April 2015
    Days of Reflection
    The Diocese is hosting two days of Reflection and Guided Prayer on May 27th/28thin Mount St Joseph’s Monastery Roscrea, offered as part of the Spirituality Strand of the Pastoral Plan.

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  • Grow In Love Presentation
    17 April 2015
    Grow In Love Presentation
    Grow in Love is the new Religious Education series for primary schools in Ireland. Introducing a new approved curriculum from the Irish Episcopal Conference, over the next four years Grow in Love will replace the Alive-O series, which was first introduced to primary schools in 1996.

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