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Castlecomer Parish Castlecomer Parish

Welcome to our Parish

The people of our parish show a great pride in our Church and parish and we hope to continue the excellent work of our predecessors and the various organisations and committees within the parish.

If you contribute to the life of the parish by attending Mass and other celebrations, give your time and talents as a volunteer in one of the many lay ministries and/or provide financial support. We would like to offer our sincere thanks and encourage you to continue to be part of our parish family as it grows and develops.

Mass Times

Church of the Immaculate Conception

Church of the Immaculate Conception

Monday - Friday 9am (Please follow all guidance)
Saturday 10am (Please follow all guidance)
Vigil Mass 7pm (Please follow all guidance)
Sunday 8am & 11am (Please follow all guidance)
Holy Days of Obligation. 10am (Please follow all guidance)
Vigil Mass 7:30pm (Please follow all guidance)
Masses on the Day 10am (Please follow all guidance)
Public Holidays 10am (Please follow all guidance)

Notices

The Day of the Lord: A reflection by the Catholic Bishops of England And Wales

May 6, 2021

Gathering as Bishops in Conference this week, we wish to pay tribute to all in the Catholic community who have shown such courage, generosity and understanding in the face of adversity this past year. Across England and Wales, families and parish communities have risen to the challenge of sustaining one another through times of great…


Public attendance at Masses and other Liturgical Services

May 5, 2021

We remind all parishioners and visitors that hand sanitising, the wearing of face masks, and social distance must be maintained. We operate two pods of 50 people in the church. The first pod is from the middle doors towards the Sanctuary and the second pod is from the main door to the middle doors. Entry…


Statement of further guidance on re-opening of church buildings for public worship from Archbishop Dermot Farrell

May 1, 2021

Arising from Thursday’s announcement regarding the easing of restrictions on religious services from May 10th I have received clarification this evening from the Office of An Taoiseach on a number of issues as follows: 

Pods of 50
Where the size of the premises/Place of Worship allows for a capacity of greater than 50…


Statement on celebration of First Holy Communion and Confirmation

May 1, 2021

All of us warmly welcome the return to public worship on Monday, May 10, announced last evening. It has been a long lockdown journey since St Stephen’s Day last December and any return must be gentle and gradual and strictly adhere to the Government’s guidelines as advised by NPHET.
I know there is concern…


COVID-19 RESILIENCE AND NATIONAL RECOVERY PLAN (Update: 1st May 2021)

May 1, 2021

Our Parish church will open for public worship on Monday 10th May 2021. We shall be able to accommodate 100 people in total at any one time. This means we shall have 50 people in two pods, as previously undertaken before the last shut down. The Sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation will be…


Parishioners urged to pray Rosary in May

April 24, 2021

Pope Francis has urged all Catholics to pray the Rosary in the month of May for an end to the covid-19 pandemic. Locally, there are a number of groups praying the rosary at home, but joining others via whatsApp or Zoom.


Vocations

April 8, 2021

“Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so am I sending you.” Is Jesus trying to send you to proclaim his truth and peace as a priest, sister or brother? Speak to your local priest or Diocesan Vocations Director, or email the National Vocations Office: email:  [email protected]


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