Receive Notices and News from Barryroe Parish direct to your email
When you subscribe you will see an optional tick box to indicate if you are also interested in Volunteering as a Steward/Cleaner as we plan to re-open the churches for Mass
After the announcements from the Taoiseach today (Friday 27 November) here are the initial plans to welcome congregations back to Mass
Many thanks to retired Priest and former Chaplain at the University or Cork, Father Joe Coughlan who will celebrate two more Masses from Barryroe Church on Sunday 29 November and Sunday 6 December.
Parishioners are welcome to attend Mass at Barryroe at 9:30am on Sunday 6 December.
We welcome back Father Dave O’Connell who plans to return to his duties on Monday 7 December.
So from Monday 7 December the pattern of Weekday Masses will resume as follows:
Updated Friday 27 November 2020
Volunteers have been meeting to plan the reopening of churches in the parish for Mass.
Here is a summary of what is planned so far (further updates will be published on the website and you can subscribe to receive Notices directly to your email)
If you are feeling unwell please pray at home
Mass will continue to be available as a livestream on the website
The Church has clarified that during these extraordinary times there is no obligation to attend Mass on a Sunday. Any single day of the week will suffice.
from Monday 7 December...
- 9:30am on Mondays at Barryroe Parish Church (Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea)
- 9:30am on Tuesdays at Courtmacsherry Church (Sacred Heart Church)
- 9:30am on Wednesdays at Barryroe Parish Church (Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea)
- 9:30am on Saturdays at Barryroe Parish Church (Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea)
As from Sunday 13 December...
- 9:30am at Courtmacsherry Church (Sacred Heart Church)
- 11:00am at Barryroe Parish Church (Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea)
Some people have been asking where to post the envelopes.
As there are currently no congregations at Mass, parishioners are asked to post envelopes through the letter box of the Parochial House next to Barryroe Parish Church.
If you have not received your letter from Father Dave O'Connell regarding the November Novena you are invited to take one from the Post Office in Lislevane.
Today is the Eve of All Hallowed Saints (aka Hallowe’en).
Traditionally All Saints Day on the first day of November marks the beginning of a special time for us to remember our departed.
During the month of November Father Dave O’Connell, Parish Priest, will be praying the Novena privately from his home in Cork. Local people living in the Parish will be receiving a letter that includes an envelope to submit names to be remembered in the prayers.
As there are currently no congregations for Mass, envelopes can be posted through the letterbox of the Barryroe Presbytery. Donations to the priest’s stipend may be included.
If for some reason parishioners do not receive the letter here is a copy of it
and feel free to drop in your own envelope to the Presbytery and/or submit your prayer request here…
A service to dedicate the month of November as a time of Prayer and Remembrance for those who have died and for the comfort of the bereaved will take place in the Cathedral of Saint Mary and Anne on Sunday 1st November at 3pm.
Bishop Fintan will preside at this ceremony. A similar service of dedication will take place in each Cathedral throughout the country at the same time.
Please find below a copy of the Cork and Ross Safeguarding Newsletter
(Click or tap to open)
In the light of the latest level 3 Restrictions the Parish Holy Communion Day has been postponed until further notice
A Service of Remembrance
with Cork University Maternity Hospital
Will be Online
From October 15th 2020
We welcome those who have experienced Pregnancy or Infant Loss to participate during the Service of Remembrance
Your words will be inscribed on paper leaves to be hung on our memorial tree during the virtual Service of Remembrance