Week day Mass Times

Mass times Monday – Friday 8am, 11am and 1pm.

Saturday 11am and 6.15pm

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St. Mary of the Rosary Mass Times

St Mary of the Rosary Church
Weekend Masses:
Saturday : 11am and 6.15pm
Sunday:  8.00am;  12.00noon, 6.00pm
Weekdays: 8.00am & 11.00am and  1pm (no 8.00am mass on Monday Bank Holidays

Funeral Masses will be at 11am Monday – Saturday

Confessions:

Service of Reconciliation at 10am first Saturday of

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St John the Baptist Church, Tyone, Nenagh

St John the Baptist Church

Mass Times

Saturday: 7.30pm

Sunday: 10.30am

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Notices

Safe Return to Community Worship in Nenagh Parish

It is now almost four months since we last gathered together forMass in our churches. We have missed being together. We havemissed the sense of belonging to a community. We have missedcelebrating the presence of Christ among us when we gather.Bishop Fintan Monahan.

A Plan for the Safe Return to

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Mass Times

St. Mary of the Rosary: Monday – Friday 8am, 11am and 1pm

Saturday 11am and 6.15pm

Service of Reconciliation first Saturday of the month

Funeral Masses 11am Mon-Friday

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Social media campaign to ‘flatten the curve’

At a recent MIdWest Communications meeting (comprising of UL, LIT, MIC, Clare, Limerick and Tipperary  Councils, An Garda Siochana, UL Hospitals and HSE reps)  we were all asked to reach out to our respective contacts and ask for their assistance in spreading the message to Flatten the Curve. Dr Tony

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Corona Virus / Covid 19 Pandemic

In light of the Government’s Recommendations and the Response of Killaloe Diocese the following measures are being taken in Nenagh Parish as of from March 13th until further notice:

  1. The primary responsibility for the common good rests with each individual and any decision we make ought to take into
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Lent in Nenagh Parish 2020

Trócaire’s Theme: Until Love Conquers Fear

Sacred Space in St. Mary of the Rosary on the theme:    ‘Come to the Well’

Stations of the Cross

Each Friday of Lent after the 10.00am Mass

 

March 17th St. Patrick’s Day

March 21st Mothers’ Day

National Tree Week (March 21st

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Liturgical considerations in the context of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Liturgical considerations in the context of COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Serving the common good

Statement from the Irish Bishops’ Conference

Hand Hygiene
–          Holy water fonts should remain empty at this time.
–          The Sign of Peace is not to be expressed by hand shaking.
–          Having received Holy

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