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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

  • Liturgy for Ash Wednesday
    09 February 2016
    Liturgy for Ash Wednesday
    Please see Liturgy for Ash Wednesday 2016 Year of Mercy for use by parishes and communities.

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  • Liturgy for First Sunday in Lent
    09 February 2016
    Liturgy for First Sunday in Lent
    Please see Liturgy for First Sunday in Lent  for use by parishes and communities.

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  • Resource Evening on Celebrating Lent in the Year of Mercy
    05 February 2016
    Resource Evening on Celebrating Lent in the Year of Mercy
    A Resource Evening on Celebrating Lent in the Year of Mercy will be held on Monday 8th of February, in the Abbey Court Hotel at 7.30p.m. The first part of the evening will focus on understanding the richness of what Pope Francis means by mercy. 

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  • Lenten Scripture Resources - Hearing Happening Hoping 2016
    02 February 2016
    Lenten Scripture Resources - Hearing Happening Hoping 2016
    Lent is a graced time for listening to and reflecting on God’s Word, especially on the Sunday Gospels. We are told on the first Sunday of Lent that we do not     ‘live on bread alone’ but on God’s Word.  We are encouraged then to put reflecting on God’s Word at the centre of our Lenten practices. Pope Francis has also asked us to mark this Year of Mercy by contemplating Jesus, the Face of God’s Mercy, especially in the Scriptures.  It’s only by doing this that we will become a Church that can reflect God’s compassion and mercy to others.

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  • Liturgical Music Ministry - Workshop 2
    21 January 2016
    Liturgical Music Ministry - Workshop 2
    The second session of the Developing Liturgical Music Ministry Programme will be held on Saturday, 30th of January.  The Workshop will take place at the Bunratty Castle Hotel from 10.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.  This time the focus of the day will be on the Liturgy of the Word.

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