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In these extraordinary times when we cannot gather as a Christian Community to celebrate Mass, let us unite ourselves spiritually to the Mass as it is being celebrated in our churches.
You can do this by joining broadcast Masses on radio, parish radio or television or via the internet.
If these are not available, you are encouraged to pray the following prayers at the normal time for the celebration of Mass on Sunday or a Weekday or at any other suitable time. These prayers can be prayed alone or with your family.
If possible, prepare a suitable prayer space with a crucifix, holy picture or even a simple candle.

In these extraordinary times when we cannot gather as a Christian Community to celebrate Mass, let us unite ourselves spiritually to the Mass as it is being celebrated in our churches.
You can do this by joining broadcast Masses on radio, parish radio or television or via the internet.
If these are not available, you are encouraged to pray the following prayers at the normal time for the celebration of Mass on Sunday or a Weekday or at any other suitable time. These prayers can be prayed alone or with your family.
If possible, prepare a suitable prayer space with a crucifix, holy picture or even a simple candle.

Join the Clonfert Diocesan Pilgrimage to Győr where pilgrims can venerate the miraculous painting of Our Lady of Consolation, taken to Győr by Bishop Lynch of Clonfert while in exile during the Cromwellian Wars. The group will then move to Budapest for the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress. The pilgrimage will be led by Bishop Michael Duignan.

The lovely Mount Carmel Chapel in Loughrea was filled to bursting on Thursday 23rd January for a service of prayer for Christian Unity, at the invitation of the Mother Prioress and Sisters of the Carmelite Community in Loughrea, the eighth year in succession that they have done so. Most Revd. Michael Duignan, Catholic Bishop of Clonfert led the service, and Rt. Revd. Kenneth Kearon, Church of Ireland Bishop of Limerick & Killaloe gave the homily.

“God Talk” Today – Raising the question of God within contemporary culture with Bishop Michael Duignan. All Welcome. SUNDAY 8TH MARCH 2.30 – 5.00 PM Scoil an Chrói Naofa.

As community of faith, we need to take proper care of ourselves. We must take care of each other’s well-being. We must take care not to spread the flu.

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