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We are living in a time of great change within our Church with new ideas and more active lay participation being introduced especially within Funeral Ministry / Ministry of Consolation.
Lay Led Liturgy
At this time of change in parishes we need to look to the future and prepare for the time when a priest may not be here as regularly as before. We will want to continue to gather and pray together as a praying faith community.
As a first step we will celebrate a Lay Led Liturgy in Barryroe Church on the Saturday mornings during August.
To prepare for these liturgies there will be training on Tuesday July 12th and 19th at 7.30 pm in Barryroe Church for Ministers of the Word and Eucharist from both Churches in the Parish. We also welcome anyone who is interested in being involved in these liturgies.
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
- Thanks from Trócaire
- Questionnaire extended to Wed 25 May
- Invitation for parishioners
- 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
- Syro-Malankara Community gather for Holy Eucharist in Cork and Ross
- Job Vacancy: Faith Development Coordinator
- Connect at the BBQ on June 8th
- Bishop Fintan Launches Centenary of the School of Nursing at Bon Secours Hospital, Cork
- Parishioners and clergy rethink next steps for local church on Pentecost Weekend