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Mass Times

St. Molua’s, Ballybran, O’gonnelloe, Co. Clare

Thursday 10.00am
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament: Thursdays in St Molua’s
Saturday 10.00am
Sunday 11.00am

Church of St. Mary’s, Ballylaghnane

Tuesday 10.00am
Saturday Vigil 8pm

Notices

Parish News

April 8, 2021

Thanks: Thanks to everyone who helped prepare for the celebration of Easter ceremonies and a special thanks to our readers and musicians. Very much appreciated! Thanks for all the generous donations and especially to Trócaire.

Missing: A microphone cable is missing from St Molua’s church; it’s return or news of its whereabouts would be     …


Community News

April 8, 2021

Spring Clean: We are planning to do a tidy-up of the footpath on Saturday 24 April, from 9.30 to 12.00, as part of the National Spring Clean, promoted by An Taisce. Because of Covid government restrictions, we cannot meet as a large group (of more than 2 households), but we can work in small groups,…


Parish Office

April 8, 2021

O’Gonnelloe Parish Office is CLOSED to the public due to Covid HSE restrictions.

You can contact Joanne by phone or email ONLY from 11am-1pm on Thursdays:

  • for Newsletter items
  • to be issued with Sacramental Certificates
  • to book Anniversary Masses (for online only)
  • to get Mass Cards & Bouquets.

You can check out the…


Diocesan News

April 8, 2021

Summary points of Easter Letter from Bishop Fintan – Let Hope Shape Our Future 

Covid-19 has radically changed our lives and Church.

  • Familiar faith practices have been greatly disrupted.
  • We look forward to returning to a more acceptable form of normal.
  • Our Church is in a time of profound change.
  • The Church to which we shall return will be very…

East Clare Covid-19 Response Community Group

April 1, 2021

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…


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