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Parish Priest: Fr. Michael Finneran
Tel: (090) 96 42256 - Mobile: 087 2408483
The parish of Clontuskert is the oldest in the historic diocese of Clonfert. We are told that "South of and not far from the boundary of Kilclooney parish is the ruin of a monastery, the Augustinian Priory of Clontuskert. It was reputedly founded in the eighth century by Betan of Clontuskert, whose death is recorded in the Annals at AD 805AD."
The present church was built about the time of the great famine, and is a beautiful testament to the faith of the people of Clontuskert in difficult times.
Parish Priest: Fr. Martin McNamara
Tel: (091) 848021
Curate: Fr. Richard McMahon
Tel: (091) 848208
Kiltullagh and Killimordaly were two separate parishes until 1818. The parish church is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul.
This is a rural parish with three Churches. The foundation stone of Kiltullagh Church was laid on June 29, 1840 and the most recent renovation work was completed in 1995. The oldest part of Killimordaly Church dates back to 1723. It was extended twice and renovated in 1989. Clooncagh Church was built in 1912 and renovated in 1988.
Parish Priest: Mgr. Edward Stankard, P.P.
Tel: (091) 843 017
Assistant Priest: Fr Joseph Long
Tel: (091) 843 015
Cappatagle, from the Irish Ceapach an tSeagail, means Meadow of Rye.
Kilrickle is named in memory of a local woman - Richill, who was also a contemporary of Saint Patrick.
This is a rural parish with the village of Kilrickle as the main concentration of population.