“Take all of this out of here and stop turning my Father’s house into a market.”           The Gospel of John

Sunday 3rd March 2024


St Mary’s Church, Dunamore
Saturday Vigil:  6.30 pm  ( Reader for March: Tony McKernan )                               Sunday morning:  9.30 am ( Reader for March: Ciara McIntyre )
St Joseph’s Church, Killeenan
Sunday :   11.30 am  (Reader for March: Catherine Uí Dhoibhlin)

WEEKDAY MASSES ( 4th  –  8th March 2024 )

                                                 St Joseph’s, Killeenan 
Monday, Wednesday:  9.30 am
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:  7.00 am
 St. Mary’s, Dunamore 
  Tuesday, Thursday:  9.30 am 
Wednesday evening:  7.30 pm.  First Anniversary Mass for Dermot Colton

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Please refer to latest Parish Bulletin ( below ) online and to the posts below for an important update on worship, ceremonies and the limited return of congregations.  Also there is a post “Some Useful Numbers ” for those in need of help/ guidance/ support in this stressful time.


Friday 8th March 2024

Feast of St Senan

St. Senan was born in Corca Bhaisin, County Clare about 488. It seems that Senan’s family had two farms, one at Moylough and the other at a place called Tracht Termainn. His story originates in the dim past when paganism gradually gave way to Christianity.The Book of Lismore states that Senan went to Rome and from there to Tours, which was at that time, the great monastic establishment in West Europe. Returning to Ireland, St. Senan established a church and monastery at Inniscarra, in Cork. He then moved back to his native district. He began his work on the islands of the Fergus. He crossed to Mutton Island, then to Bishop’s Island, south of Kilkee. Finally, about 534, he established himself at Scattery, the low green island about a mile off the coast from Kilrush.
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God of Comfort,  send your Spirit to encompass all those whose lives
are torn apart by violence and death in Israel and Palestine.
You are the Advocate of the oppressed and the One whose eye is on the sparrow.  Let arms reach out in healing, rather than aggression.
Let hearts mourn rather than militarize.   *********************************************************************************                                                           PRAYER FOR THE PEOPLE OF UKRAINE
Loving God, we pray for the people of Ukraine,  for all those suffering or afraid, that you will be close to them and protect them. We pray for world leaders, for compassion, strength and wisdom to guide their choices. We pray for the world, that in this moment of crisis, we may reach out in solidarity to our brothers and sisters in need. May we walk in your ways so that peace and justice become a reality for the people of Ukraine and for all the world.    Amen.                                   Our Lady, Queen of Peace, pray for us!      Our Lady of Kyiv, pray for us!
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