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Parish of Shinrone

Address
Parish Office
Shinrone
Co. Offaly
Sunday
8:00 PM 11:00 AM
Saturday
8:00 PM
Sunday
6:45 PM 10:00 AM
Saturday
6:45 PM
Sunday
8:00 PM 11:00 AM
Saturday
8:00 PM
Sunday
6:45 PM 10:00 AM
Saturday
6:45 PM

Fr. Fr. Albert McDonnell PP PP

Tel: +353 65 6832155

Fr. Albert is the Chancellor of the Diocese of Killaloe and Moderator of the Mid-Clare South Cluster of Parishes

Fr. Fr. Anthony Casey PP PP

Tel: +353 65 9059008

Fr. Anthony is the Co-ordinator of the group responsible for Pastoral Planning in the Diocese.

Fr. Fr. Arnold Rosney CC PP

Tel: +353 61 471513 E-mail office: arnoldrosney@gmail.com

Fr. Arnold is the moderator of the Tradaree Cluster of parishes.

Fr. Fr. Des Hillery PP VG PP

Tel: +353 67 37130 E-mail office: deshillery@gmail.com

Fr Des Hillery who is a native of Milltown Malbay, Co. Clare was educated at St Flannan’s College, Ennis and St Patrick’s College Maynooth. He was ordained in 1984. He continued Post Graduate Studies in Maynooth in 1984-85, receiving the STL and he completed the Higher Diploma in Education in UCC while teaching in St. Finbarr’s College, Farranferris.

He returned to the Diocese in 1986 and taught in St. Flannan’s College Ennis until 1994 when he was appointed to the formation staff of St Patrick’s College, Maynooth.  While there he also took a one year Diploma in Spirituality and Counselling in St Louis University, Missouri, USA. He completed his appointment in Maynooth in 2005 and took a course in Mission Studies in Dalgan Park, Navan, Co Meath as an associate priest with the Columban missionaries. In 2006 he volunteered to work with the Columban Missionaries in Lima, Peru.

He returned to the diocese in 2012 and since that time has been serving as Parish Priest of Nenagh. Following the appointment of Bishop Kieran O’Reilly as Archbishop of Cashel and Emly, Fr. Des was elected as Administrator of the Diocese until the ordination of Bishop Fintan on September 25th.

  1. Vicar General

According to the Code of Canon Law (CIC 475):  In each diocese, the Diocesan Bishop is to appoint a Vicar General to assist him in the governance of the whole Diocese.

(CIC 479) In virtue of his office the Vicar General has the same executive power throughout the whole diocese as that which belongs by law to the diocesan Bishop: that is, he can perform all administrative acts, with the exception however of those which the Bishop has reserved to himself, or which by law require a special mandate of the Bishop.

Fr. Fr. Ger Nash PP

E-mail office: g.nash@killaloediocese.ie

Fr. Ger is the Diocesan Secretary and Director of Pastoral Planning

Fr. Fr. Michael Geraghty PP

Tel: 067 31272

Director of the Youth Section of the Killaloe Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes.

Fr. Fr. Pat Larkin PP

Tel: +353 65 683 9735 E-mail office: pjlarkin@eircom.net

Fr. Pat is the Moderator of the Mid-Clare North Cluster of Parishes.

Parish

Shinrone

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Secondary school
Principal: Marceline Cody
Address
Mount St. Joseph Abbey
Roscrea
Co. Tipperary

Cistercian College, Roscrea is a seven day boarding school for boys situated within the grounds of the Cistercian Monastery of Mount St. Joseph Abbey. Within this Catholic environment the boys committed to our care “live and pray, study and play and seek the truth in harmony and mutual respect”.

The College motto “Insideat Coelis Animo Sed Corpore Terris” promotes the aspiration of reaching for the heavens while keeping our feet firmly on the ground.

The College encourages and assists students to become aware of and develop their individual dignity, their uniqueness and integrity, their academic and other personal abilities by full participation in all activities organised by the College.

The College has a proud record of academic achievement as evidenced by the outstanding results over a long number of years. The College offers a broad based curriculum delivered in modern classrooms and laboratories by experienced and committed staff. This work is complemented through the use of dedicated, supervised study halls. Our comprehensive pastoral care system reflects the importance we attach to the care and well-being of the boys entrusted to us on a seven day boarding school basis.

Participation in the non-academic activities is greatly supported and encouraged, primarily in a wide variety of games, in debating and public speaking, in music and drama and in a host of other past-times. Excellent facilities are provided by the College to cater for those activities including a student oratory and prayer room, a modern information technology centre, a ‘state of the art’ sports complex, an indoor swimming pool, golf course and in excess of forty acres of excellent quality sports pitches.