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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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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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Fiddown

Fiddown

Fiddown is a small village situated on the Carrick-on-Suir to Waterford Road Piltown, noted for its agricultural college, Kildalton, is situated on the banks of the River Pill. FIDDOWN UNION Saint Paul’s Church, Piltown: 1st Sunday 9.30 a.m. (MP) 2nd Sunday 9.30 a.m. (HC) 3rd Sunday 11.00 a.m. (MP) or All Age Worship 4th Sunday […]

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Enniscorthy

Enniscorthy

 This group of parishes is situated in the centre of Co. Wexford. The four country parishes surround the town, famed for its 1798 associations and are easily accessible. ENNISCORTHY & MONART UNION 1st Sunday St John’s Church, Clonmore 09.00 (HC) St Peter’s Church, Monart: 10.15 (MP) St. Mary’s Church, Enniscorthy: 11.30 (HC) 2nd Sunday St. […]

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  January 19, 2014   No comments
Tinahely & Carnew

Tinahely & Carnew

Parish website: http://tinahelycarnewunion.ferns.anglican.org/ TINAHELY AND CARNEW UNION St John’s Church, Preban 1st & 3rd Sunday 8.30 a.m. Kilpipe Church 2nd and 4th Sunday 8.30 a.m. All Saints Church, Carnew 10.00 a.m. every Sunday Kilcommon Church (Tinahely) 11.30 a.m. every Sunday Rector: Rev. Ruth Elmes This group of parishes is situated in south County Wicklow covering the […]

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Bunclody

Bunclody

St Mary’s Church, Bunclody is located right in the middle of the town of Bunclody. The town is situated where the river Clody meets the river Slaney and provides a very picturesque setting.   There are three other parishes in the Union:, St. Paul’s Kildavin, St Fiaac’s Clonegal and St. Brigid’s Kilrush. BUNCLODY UNION Kildavin Church: […]

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Ardamine

Ardamine

Ardamine Church, the Church of St. John the Evangelist is one of the few churches in the Diocese overlooking the sea. Built on a promontory just south of the town, it commands a magnificent view over the Irish Sea. Its unique architecture lends itself to the enhancement of the area.  This is a seaside group of […]

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  December 19, 2013   No comments

Waterford Clergy

Very Revd Maria Jansson Dean of the Cathedral and Rector of Waterford Union   Revd Jim Wallace Curate Assistant: Waterford Union    Revd Jenny Crowley Hospital Chaplain – Waterford Union

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  November 20, 2013   No comments