Notices

Fr. John Fallon R.I.P.

Curate in Kilgeever Parish 1985-1992
May his soul Rest In Peace.

The Lord bless you and keep you;
the Lord make his face shine upon you
and be gracious to you;


Synodal Pathway: Easter to Pentecost 2021 Call for Submissions: www.catholicbishops.ie/synod

Synodal Pathway: Easter to Pentecost 2021

Call for Submissions:

The Irish Bishops have announced an initial submission phase of the Synodal Pathway for the Catholic Church in Ireland.

Explaining the initial submission phase Bishop Brendan Leahy of Limerick said,…


Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil

Deepening our participation in the broadcast celebration

Before the broadcast begins:

  • Gather with other members of your household, if you can.
  • On a table or in the sacred space, place an unlit candle in the centre with an individual candle beside it for each person who has gathered. People might like to…

Good Friday: The Passion on the Webcam

Deepening our Participation in the Broadcast Celebration

Before the broadcast begins:

  • Gather with other members of your household, if you can.
  • Place a cross on a table or in a sacred space, if you have one in the home, together with an unlit candle.…

Holy Thursday – Deepening our Participation in the Broadcast Celebration

Mass of the Lord’s Supper

At the heart of Holy Thursday is Jesus’ command to serve others, modelled by Jesus in the washing of feet and the gift of himself in the Eucharist. ‘Do this in memory’ is a call to us as members of the Christian…


Palm Sunday Webcam Celebration

Joining in the Broadcast Mass On our Webcam

Before the broadcast begins:

Place a piece of palm or a green branch on your door, or in a window, to let people know it is Palm Sunday.

  • Gather with other members of your household, if you can.

Ash Wednesday – Lent

Celebrate Ash Wednesday at Home.

Cardinal Nichols recently wrote: “My suggestion is this: celebrate Ash Wednesday at home, with your family, in the household or ‘support bubble’ of which you are a part.”

“Receiving ashes is an outward sign of an inner step, a movement of the heart towards our beloved Lord. This year I…


World Day of Prayer for the Sick, 11 February:

World Day of Prayer for the Sick, 11 February:
In observance of the World Day of Prayer for the Sick, Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, 11 February, at 7.30 p.m. in Louisburgh Church.
Unfortunately due to on-going restrictions because of the pandemic a congregation cannot be present and we cannot this year…


Level 5 Restrictions

Corona Virus Level 5 Restrictions:
With Level 5 restrictions no public Masses or services are allowed in our churches, with the exception for funerals and weddings.
There is a limit of 10 people permitted at funerals and from the start of January 2021 only 6 can be allowed at a wedding.
We…


Celebrating Christmas in a Pandemic

There was a meeting of the parish Pastoral Council on Monday, 07 December, in Louisburgh church, observing public health guidelines.
The only topic on the agenda was the question of the organisation of Masses for Christmas in the parish.
After discussion about all possible options there was consensus that there is no fair,…