30 March 2016 in Diocesan News |Session 3 of the Developing Liturgical Music Ministry Programme will be held on Saturday, 2nd April. The Workshop will take place at the Bunratty Castle Hotel from 10.00 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. The focus of this day will be on the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Registration from 9.30 a.m.
24 March 2016 in Diocesan News |The celebration of Easter at the Dawn Mass has become very popular in recent years. Many of these celebrations take place at some of our ancient Holy places. The text which follows has been prepared for the dawn liturgy at the monastic site found by St. Conall, at Drumcliffe in Ennis Parish.
16 March 2016 in Diocesan News |Killaloe Diocesan Youth Council (KDYC) have been asked by Trócaire to Celebrate Holy Thursday Mass on RTE One Television at 4:40p.m. The group have been delighted to accept Trócaire’s request. Fr. Jerry Carey P.P., Doora-Barefield will be the celebrant.
16 March 2016 in Diocesan News |The Liturgy of the Word forms a central part of the Liturgy of Good Friday. Here you will find the First Reading from the Prophet Isaiah arranged for reading by two people and the Passion according to St John arranged for reading by three people with the congregation taking up the role of the crowd.
16 March 2016 in Diocesan News |This years Seinn celebration takes place with schools and parish choirs/folk groups throughout the Diocese of Killaloe busy learning a lovely repertoire of music for the night This is sure to be a fantastic evening of song and celebration. Ian Callinan will conduct the music and co-ordinate the events which take place as follows - April 27th - Ennis Cathedral at 7.30 p.m. April 28th - Nenagh Parish Church at 7.30 p.m
18 February 2016 in Diocesan News |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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