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Updated Monday 6 June 2022
Here is a summary of the safety procedures when attending Mass
Some simple Safety Rules for Mass
- Please use the hand sanitiser provided (both on entering and leaving)
- The wearing of a mask when attending Mass is now optional
The Parish of Barryroe received a letter of thanks from Trócaire for this year's Lenten Appeal
This was included in the letter:
Watch this video from Trócaire
It's not too late!
the Questionnaire will now close on Wednesday 25 May at Midnight
The Diocese of Cork and Ross invites you to give your honest anonymous feedback about your local Parish, Church and Faith
This forms part of the Synodal Pathway and contributes to the invitation from Pope Francis ahead of the next universal synod in Rome in 2023.
This short video outlines the central topics which everyone is invited to pray about, reflect on, discuss with others, hear what others have to say and contribute to the worldwide discernment about the Catholic faith community at this time in its history.
You are invited for Evening Rosary
Our Lady's Grotto, Lislevane
9pm Every Evening for the Month of May
You can also access the Mysteries of the Rosary
Ten parishioners are invited to volunteer for a meeting at the Celtic Ross Hotel on Sunday 15 May - 2pm to 5pm
A message from Father David O'Connell (announced at Mass)
Pope Francis has invited the Church and everyone who is a part of it to embark on a journey together.
This journey is called a Synod and it is a journey of discernment, in which the people of God are called to pray and reflect upon the Holy Spirit’s will for the whole Church.
During May 2022, in the Diocese of Cork and Ross, people are invited to be part of the synodal process whereby everybody is invited to complete a questionnaire.
The questionnaire is anonymous and takes about 10 minutes - depending on how much you want to write
Responding to Pope Francis’ invitation gives an opportunity for everyone to be involved. Through listening and understanding rooted in the Holy Spirit, the entire people of God is called to be part of it.
In a follow up to last year’s event in Killarney 12 priests, of which I was one, held regular meetings to discuss new ways of in which the Church might be far more inclusive and we formed what is called a Mission Statement which we are hoping will be accepted in our Diocese at every level.
Synodality is discerning how the Spirit is moving through and with the Body of Christ, so that we may continue to fulfill our mission to make disciples of Jesus in the world.
To this end the Dioceses is holding a meeting on Sunday May 15th at the Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery from 2.00 – 5.00pm. The Parish of Barryroe has been randomly chosen to take part.
I invite Parishioners to consider attending and participating. It is envisaged that from those I will ask and those who volunteer that ten people will attend with a view to having a balance of gender, age and cultural backgrounds. You can speak to me personally or Contact Me here
- Family of Parishes Gathering - Sat 14 May
- First Penance and Holy Communion dates
- Munster Retreat 29 Apr to 1 May
- Ukrainian Refugees in Poland
- Barryroe Parish Easter 2022
- Easter Hang-Outs 2022
- Three choices for Friday Nights!
- Special Collection for Ukraine
- A Prayer for the People of Ukraine
- Penitential Service - Mon 11 Apr 2022
- Bishop Fintan Gavin asks us to pray for Ukraine
- The Hybrid Church
- Trócaire Lent 2022
- World Day of Prayer - 4 Mar 2022
- Pope Francis recalls World Day of the Sick
- Vespers for the World Day for Consecrated Life
- Irish Blessing
- New website for Family of Parishes
- Message from Father Dave - 22 Jan 2022
- Your invitation to Alpha