Click beneath to download the latest Parish Bulletin: Kingscourt Parish Bulletin 17th December 2017
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Thanks to all the families of our parish for expressing their support and solidarity for other families this Christmas through your generous support of bringing non perishable goods to Mass and your generous donations to Saint Vincent de Paul. The … Continue reading
Thanks to JV Voda who recently visited our Church to photograph our world famous Evie Hone windows. In addition he also photographed the window by Patrick Pollen which is above the Sacred Heart Altar. Mr. Pollen travelled to Ireland after … Continue reading
Click beneath to download the latest Parish Bulletin: Kingscourt Parish Bulletin 10th December 2017
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There was a great spirit and Christmas cheer on the streets of Kingscourt this weekend to herald the Christmas Season with the official turning on of the Christmas lights and the visit to Santa Claus to Dun an Ri. Congrats … Continue reading
The Winter 2017 General Meeting of the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference concluded this evening in Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth. Please see below issues that were discussed during the bishops’ meeting: Homelessness and the housing crisis Bishops express (i) gratitude … Continue reading
A book entitled Ramblings has just been published by the late and great Joe McCarthy, who was so much part of Kingscourt community life and the Kingscourt Stars GAA. He is fondly remembered each day for his immense contribution to … Continue reading
Click beneath to download the latest Parish Bulletin: Kingscourt Parish Bulletin 3rd December 2017
International conference in Maynooth on priestly formation From 17—19 November, Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth, hosted an international conference on the theme of ‘Models of Priestly Formation: Assessing the Past, Reflecting on the Present and Imagining the Future’. Speakers at the … Continue reading
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Mr. Aonghus Byrne, the current Principal of Muff School is pictured with his predecessors Mr. Andrew Dennehy, residing in Kanturk and Mr. Brian Rafferty residing in Rathloghan.