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Holy Week – at home

Holy Week – at home

April 7, 2020

(From Cork & Ross) For the first time in living memory most people will not be able to go to their local church for the most sacred week of the year. During Holy Week (between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday) Christians contemplate the suffering, death and resurrection of Christ and prayerfully attend a series of […]

Palm Sunday & Holy Week

Palm Sunday & Holy Week

April 3, 2020

From Cork & Ross updates. Holy Week and Easter ceremonies on RTE Television and Radio Palm Sunday 5 April 1100-1150 Mass on Palm Sunday. Rev Professor Michael Mullaney, President of Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, celebrates Mass in the Kairos chapel studio, Maynooth, Co Kildare, with music from internationally acclaimed singer, Celine Byrne, accompanied by Ronan […]

Pray the Stations of the Cross at home

Pray the Stations of the Cross at home

March 26, 2020

Our Diocese of Cork and Ross offer you a simple Way of the Cross for families to pray at home… This Stations of the Cross was originally written to be led by children in a parish setting – this year we can all pray these nine stations in our homes. If you gather as a family […]

Weekday masses discontinued.

Weekday masses discontinued.

March 14, 2020

16-March-2020 : Updated Statement from Bishop Fintan Gavin 14- March- 2020 : Updated Statement from Bishop Fintan Gavin. 12- March-2020 : Statement from Bishop Fintan Gavin, Cork & Ross, re: weekend masses   [Copied from Cork & Ross website, corkandross.org] Bishop Fintan Gavin has written to all priests in the diocese requesting “that the celebration of […]

Parish Newsletter

Parish Newsletter

March 14, 2020

This weeks newsletter is available here : 15th March 2020 Previous editions of the newsletter are available here –>  Archived Newsletters     Share post  Follow us     

COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS AND CHURCH

COVID-19 / CORONAVIRUS AND CHURCH

March 14, 2020

16-March-2020: All public masses discontinued until further notice 14th March 2020 : Sunday Masses Discontinued until further notice.                                      Updated statement from Bishop Fintan.   12- March-2020 : Statement from Bishop Fintan Gavin, Cork & Ross, re: weekend masses Last […]

Covid-19: Pope offers prayer to Virgin Mary for protection

Covid-19: Pope offers prayer to Virgin Mary for protection

March 13, 2020

Litany to the Holy Spirit O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope. We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick. At the foot of the Cross you participated in Jesus’ pain, with steadfast faith. You, Salvation of the Roman People, know what we need. We are […]

Mass times (currently discontinued)

Mass times (currently discontinued)

February 11, 2020

16-March-2020.Bishop Fintan Gavin has written to all priests in the diocese requesting “that the celebration of a public mass with a congregation be discontinued also on weekdays”, until further notice. Glanmire parish has 2 churches, St Joseph’s Springhill and St Michael’s Upper Glanmire. Mass and confessions are held in each as follows: Share post  Follow […]

The Way of the Cross  – Lent 2020 – Discontinued

The Way of the Cross  – Lent 2020 – Discontinued

February 11, 2020

In light of the continuing measures to protect public health announced by the Government we have decided not to continue with weekly Stations of the Cross. Thank you to all those that attended to date. We hope you can continue to pray the stations from your home. Please see The Stations of the Cross with […]

New crib for St Joseph’s

New crib for St Joseph’s

December 5, 2019

A huge thank you to the transition year students of GCC for building and installing a new crib for Christmas this year. The vice principal of the GCC constructed the previous year “many years” ago and it certainly has served us well. Mr Kennefick travelled to St Joseph’s for the installation of the new crib […]

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