On Wednesday 16th September our Church Bell tolled again for the noon Angelus. It is wonderful to have had the necessary repairs completed and it can now call our parishioners to prayer for the various Masses and especially at Funerals after an absence of several weeks.
Bishop Fintan Gavin has asked people attending church in the Diocese of Cork and Ross to wear a face covering. This message has been communicated to priests and people of the diocese today.
“In light of the renewed government guidance issued last Tuesday, I would ask people to wear face coverings in Church for all liturgical celebrations such as Mass,
Have many parishioners noticed the Church Bell has been silent for the last 2 weeks? The bell was giving trouble for some time and it is now being repaired. One of the units has been removed and hopefully, it will be sorted in the not too distant future. When the Angelus, Mass and Funeral bells will be rung again.
Welcome back everyone to the public celebration of Mass. It is great to see so many of you returning to the church and may you have continued strength and good health to do so.
The past four months have been unprecedented. It has been a very tough and challenging time for all of us, especially for those who have been
Welcome to the celebration of Sunday Mass
To maximise the number of people that can join us for the celebration of Mass, we have made a number of changes to both the church, and to how we celebrate Mass so that we comply with HSE guidelines and keep everyone safe.
• We have designated the back and front as two
Weekend Masses Open to Parishioners Return 11th & 12th July 2020
Saturday Vigil Mass: 6pm
Sunday Masses: 9am & 11am.
Please be guided by the Church Stewards at all times.
It is advisable to arrive in good time.
The Catholic Papers Update 3rd July 2020
Our normal stock of publications is now available again in St Michael’s. There have been two major changes recently. Catholic Herald is now monthly and has 78 pages. The current issue has an obituary of a famous NFL coach, Don Shula, who attended Mass and recited the Rosary daily. It also has an
THE REMEMBRANCE TREE
As Part of our November Garden, a Remembrance Tree has been erected with labels showing the names of those who died from 2nd November 2019 to 2nd November 2020. This will be on display until the end of November 2020.