Notices


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Return to Mass 29th June

Return to Mass from 29th June – guides and information:

The return to public Masses is not a return to normal practice, only a partial return for now.

 

1. It is most important that people who are vulnerable or unwell, and especially those with any symptoms that might suggest Covid-19 infection, should stay at home and, if possible, participate,

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idonate facility for Donations to Parish

If anyone wishes to make a contribution to the Parish you can click on the link below.

https://www.idonate.ie/donation_widget/register-donor-anonymous.php?pid=5254

Thank you to all who have made contributions or dropped in the parish envelopes to the Parochial House in Church Hill. It is really appreciated especially during these difficult times for everyone financially.

Contributions from 15th March – 10th May = €665,

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Mass celebrations

Due to the current circumstances Mass is celebrated daily for  your intentions behind closed doors! (No congregation). Unfortunately, there is no webcam in operation.

Bishop Alan will offer the Rosary and led us in an Examen prayer every night at 9.15pm live on facebook (@Raphoe Diocese) or online at www.churchservices.tv/letterkenny

Mass will be televised every morning on RTE News Now

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UPDATED NORMS RE: MASS

Re: update on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Norms for the Diocese of Raphoe – Immediate effect

 

13th March 2020

 

To the Priests and People of the Diocese of Raphoe

 

Dealing with the Coronavirus threat is a source of worry for all of us. It is a moment for us to be in prayerful solidarity with each other. It is,

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COVID-19 inforamtion from Catholic Bishop’s

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