IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION: Where possible, entrance and exit will be by different doors, sanitising will be available, and face masks are to be worn, inside and outside churches, with no unnecessary gathering before or after. We are not yet singing, and we receive the bread alone at Communion. If you are not feeling well, or been in contact with someone unwell, then do not attend. Some may still be very cautious about gatherings; there is no pressure on you to attend. You must do what is best for you and yours. Resources will still be made available. There are currently no baptisms or confirmations, and we are to remain vigilant in our adherence to guidelines. Masks need to be worn at all services, and if you forget send word to a churchwarden who will have spares. Please see gov.ie for more information about Covid-19 guidelines and protocols.
We are entering the season known as Creation- tide in September/October, which leads to our Harvest celebrations.Read More
Sunday 22nd August was a great day when the new exhibition space created to display the ancient carved stones was dedicated by Dom Richard Purcell, Abbot of Mt Melleray and the Dean, following morning service.Read More
An important part of the life of any library is the acquiring of new items for the collection.Read More
SAINT PATRICK In school assemblies we often reflect that Patrick was an unlikely patron saint for Ireland.Read More