Ogonnelloe parish contains both the medieval parish as well as portion of north-eastern Killaloe, which was transferred to it early in the nineteenth century. As part of the boundary agreement made between both parishes at the time, the parish priest of Ogonnelloe was henceforth to pay the parish priest of Killaloe three pounds each Christmas and Easter, and give him half the wedding offerings when women of these townlands were married, a practice that lasted into the early twentieth century.
St. Molua’s, Ballybran, O’gonnelloe, Co. Clare› read more about the church
- Thursday at 10am
- Sunday at 11am - will change to Saturday 8pm on and from the 6th July
- No Saturday Vigil Masses during August
Church of St. Mary’s, Ballylaghnane› read more about the church
The church was blessed and officially opened on 11th October 1998. Many artists and craftspeople have contributed to the beauty of the church.
- Tuesday at 10am
- Saturday at 8pm – will change to Sunday’s 11am on and from 7th July