Notices

Understanding and Minding Your Mental Health WithGROW Community Mental Health Movement in Ireland COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH… See more

A prayer as our schools reopen Loving God, we ask you to wrap our diocesan school family in a cloak of love and protection as our schools reopen this year.… See more

International overdose awareness day

International Overdose Awareness Day The South East Family Support Network is marking International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31. Our groups will be promoting the significance of raising awareness of overdose, of spreading the message that the tragedy of overdose death and injury is preventable, and of reducing the stigma of a drug-related death. For…

Grandparents Pilgrimage, Knock shrine 2020

Grandparents Pilgrimage, Knock Shrine 2020 The 2020 pilgrimage is on Sunday 13th of September at the Shrine of Our Lady of Knock taking place virtually at 3pm at Knock Basilica. This annual pilgrimage is a special day for grandparents and for all of us to acknowledge the great contribution that grandparents make to Church, to…

Living Well This is a free group online Self-Management programme for adults with long term health conditions. For more information please contact Ciara number 087 4088325 email: [email protected] Website: www.hse.ie/LivingWell

SafeWishing all the children from Tickenevin a lovely day as the make their Communion this weekend.guarding sunday

Safeguarding Sunday, September 13 The theme of Safeguarding Sunday this year is ‘The Place of Young People in the heart of our Diocese, our Parishes, our Church’. Given the restrictions of COVID-19 resources will be uploaded to www.kandle.ie in the coming days. If you have the facility in your churches please play the Safeguarding Video…

Mass for Tony Dixon, will be streamed live on Saturday night in Kilshanroe at 7.30pm.

The return of home visits

Procedures for a safe resumption of First Friday and Home Visits Many priests and parishioners have felt deeply the loss of first Friday visits. Now, as restrictions have begun to ease and in accordance with government and health advice, we are in a position to make a cautious and managed return to this important pastoral…

Masks are not compulsory to wear in our Churches but it is recommended to do so.