“Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find.”
Help me to remember that we are all pilgrims on the road to heaven.
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.
Due to the continued delay in introducing phase 4 of the easing of restrictions, the current Mass timetable will remain in place. A maximum of 50 are allowed at indoor gatherings so to ensure that as many people as possible can attend Mass at the weekend, keep in mind that by attending Mass during the week you have fulfilled your Sunday obligation.
Confirmation: Congratulations to all who were confirmed in St Molua’s on Saturday morning. Please continue to pray for
The Parish Office will be open every Thursday from 11am—1pm with strict Social Distancing and HSE guidelines.
All notices can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for inclusion on the online version of the newsletter. You can check out the newsletter on our website www.ogonnelloeparish.ie or our Facebook page O’Gonnelloe Parish. Newsletter will now be on noticeboard in churches to view.
The Parish Office is located in the O’Gonnelloe Exchange Hall .
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
The feast of Our Lady of Knock: is being celebrated on Monday 17thAugust. It commemorates the apparition of 21st August 1879 and you can follow all the celebrations and other ceremonies live on knockshrine.ie
Health & Wellbeing Co-ordinator for Killaloe Diocese: this role is working with retired clergy in the Diocese, providing an advocacy and support service to priests in the community. Please contact Colette Ryan via email email@example.com for job description.
On-line Donations to Parish: The on-line donations facility