(United Dioceses of Cashel, Ferns, Leighlin, Lismore, Ossory & Waterford)

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  Click on this link to read list of elected current Diocesan Council Members Results of all elections 2014-17 ——————————————- DIOCESE OF CASHEL FERNS AND OSSORY SUMMARY OF DIOCESAN COUNCIL MEETING HELD TUESDAY 3rd FEBRUARY, 2015. THE HERITAGE COUNCIL, KILKENNY The Meeting opened with prayer by the Chairperson, Bishop Michael Burrows who particularly welcomed those […]

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  April 28, 2014   No comments

New Dean of Cashel installed

THE INSTITUTION TO THE INCUMBENCY OF CASHEL UNION OF PARISHES OF The Revd Canon Gerald Field and HIS INSTALLATION AS DEAN OF CASHEL in The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Baptist and Saint Patrick’s Rock, Cashel on Sunday 23rd February 2014   The Clergy making preparation for the service with the Dean-Elect. Note the […]

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  April 27, 2014   No comments
Killeshin

Killeshin

Killeshin Union is in a wide area at the geographical crossroads between counties Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny and Laois. Killeshin website: http://killeshinunion.com/about/ KILLESHIN UNION Killeshin Church (Graiguecullen) 1st and 3rd Sundays 10.00 a.m. Cloydagh Church: 2nd and 4th Sun 10.00 a.m. Castletown Church: 1st and 3rd Sun 11.30 a.m. Mayo Church: 2nd and 4th Sundays 11.30 a.m. […]

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  February 25, 2014   No comments
Tullow

Tullow

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tullow-Group-of-Parishes/220324784721276 TULLOW GROUP  (3 churches in County Wicklow) *St Michael’s Church, Aghold: 10.00 a.m. *Mullinacuffe Church: 10.00 a.m. *Shillelagh Church: 11.15 a.m. St Columba’s Church, Tullow: 11.30 a.m. Rector: Rev. Andrew Orr (for 5th Sunday detail contact rector on 059 91 514817) Tullow Group of Parishes covers Tullow, the second largest town in Co. […]

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  January 21, 2014   No comments
Rathdowney

Rathdowney

Rathdowney is close to Aghaboe, which is the site of St Canice’s 6th Century Monastery. There are 5 churches in the Union: St Andrew’s Rathdowney, Castlefleming, St Patrick’s Donoghmore, St Columba’s Rathsaran and St Canice’s Aghavoe.   RATHDOWNEY UNION 1st Sunday Castlefleming Church: 9.30 a.m. (HC) Rathdowney Church: 10.45 a.m. (HC) Rathsaran Church: 12.00 noon […]

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  January 20, 2014   No comments
Kilkenny

Kilkenny

Website: www.stcanicescathedral.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheKilkennyUnionOfParishes Kilkenny, known as the marble city, is the home of the magnificent St Canice’s Cathedral. Along with the cathedral parish are three other parishes: St John’s in John Street is located within the city. St Lachtain’s, Freshford and St Aidan’s, Kilmanagh are both about 10 miles from the city. KILKENNY […]

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  January 20, 2014   No comments
Kells

Kells

The five churches of the Kells Group comprise the four churches in Kells Union: St Mary’s Kells, St Matthew’s Kilmoganny, St Peter’s Ennisnag and Kilfane Church, together with the fifth church – St Mary’s Inistioge. Well spread out, they are situated in the picturesque area of south Kilkenny along the King’s River and the Nore […]

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  January 20, 2014   No comments
Clonenagh (Mountrath)

Clonenagh (Mountrath)

Clonenagh Group of parishes is situated near the picturesque Slieve Bloom Mountains. The Church of Seir Kieran from which the Diocese of Ossory is reported to have grown is also in this group of parishes. The churches are St Peter’s in Mountrath, St Matthew’s in Roskelton, St Mark’s in Borris-in-Ossory, St Jude’s Annatrim, Lacca  & Seir […]

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  January 20, 2014   No comments
Castlecomer

Castlecomer

Website: castlecomerunion.webs.com Rector’s Blog: http://thewayoutthere1.blogspot.ie/     Castlecomer is situated 10 miles to the north of Kilkenny. The region was best known in the past for its production of coal from the collieries The Union of parishes comprises 4 churches: St Mary’s Castlecomer, The Colliery Church, Mothel and Holy Trinity, Bilboa CASTLECOMER UNION The Colliery Church: […]

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  January 20, 2014   No comments
Lismore

Lismore

Lismore is situated in the river valley of the Munster Blackwater and is famed for St Carthage’s Cathedral and Lismore Castle, home of the dukes of Devonshire.       LISMORE UNION Saint Carthage’s Cathedral, Lismore: 1st & 3rd Sundays – Eucharist 8.00 a.m. Also service at 11.30 a.m. (Eucharist on 2nd, 4th & 5th […]

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  January 20, 2014   No comments