Holy Spirit, as families adjust to everyone being home for one reason or another,
we ask that You guide people in their new realities.
Céad míle fáilte to our parish website! We want to make parish website an interesting and worthwhile location for both parishioners and visitors to keep up to date with what’s happening in our parish. We hope that all parish and community groups will see it as a useful resource for getting information out to people. We welcome your feedback!
The church was blessed and officially opened on 11th October 1998. Many artists and craftspeople have contributed to the beauty of the church.
Our churches are open for you to visit, sit a while and pray. All are welcome. (Remember to bring your own lighter for a candle!) Thanks to all who helped to prepare our churches for opening last Monday in line with health guidelines. At the moment we are unable to gather for liturgies other than funerals. Masses and other liturgies are scheduled to recommence on 20 July and if there is any change we will of course let you know
The Parish Office is located in the O’Gonnelloe Exchange Hall but is currently CLOSED as per HSE guidelines, please continue to send your notices to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion on the online version of the newsletter by 9am on Thursday. You can check out the newsletter on our website www.ogonnelloeparish.ie or our Facebook page O’Gonnelloe Parish. Newsletter is now available to view on noticeboard in churches.
Thursday from 10am – 2pm.
Joanne can be contacted on 085 – 8779113 or by
A group has been set up to help any members of our community who find themselves needing assistance as a result of the Covid-19 virus.
The group represents a collection of community groups from the villages of Flagmount, Killanena, Feakle, Scariff, Tuamgraney, Ogonnelloe, Bodyke, Mountshannon, Whitegate, O’Callaghan Mills and Tulla to help our fellow neighbours during the current Corona Virus Outbreak.
Our contact number is 085 865 98 89
We are here to assist those in our community, particularly the
Trócaire: Every year Trócaire asks for your help during Lent to fund lifesaving programmes around the world. This year, of course, it was not possible to return Trócaire boxes through schools or parishes in the usual way. This is the worst possible timing coming just as the world’s poorest people need us most. Therefore, Trócaire are appealing to you to return your Lenten donation. Simply count or estimate what is in your box and donate in the following ways: