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An invitation is extended to join with the Kingscourt community at Ervy Presbyterian Church on Friday 1st March at 7.00p.m. to mark International Womens World Day of Prayer.
Our Kingscourt Parish Repository is OPEN after all weekend Masses and by appointment. The Repository now stocks a wide range of medals, pendants, rosary beads, prayer books and other suitable gifts for children who will celebrate First Holy Communion or … Continue reading
ACCORD offers a professional counselling service for couples and individuals. All counsellors are highly trained and accredited. Call 046 9023146.
Our beautiful stained glass of St. Brigid by Margaret Becker depicts Brigid the woman of peace who brought harmony where there was conflict, light to darkness and hope to the downcast. St. Brigid pray for us.
All are welcome to our special Mass at 12 noon on this Sunday 27th January celebrating Catholic Schools Week and the excellent work of our four Catholic Schools in Kingscourt parish. Our Catholic schools share an ethos that is inclusive, … Continue reading
Please see attached issue 48 of Sharing the Good News, in a new two-page format. The January 2019 issue includes articles on: Young Irish Catholics in Panama for World Youth Day 2019 Archbishop Eamon Martin consults faithful ahead of February … Continue reading
This is a scheme where volunteers are dispatched by the HSE National Ambulance Service to 999/112 calls for chest pain, suspected stroke, cardiac arrest and choking to provide assistance while an ambulance is en route. This Responder Group has been operational … Continue reading
These are the ten things that Pope Francis called upon Vatican employees to do: 1. “Take care of your spiritual life, your relationship with God, because this is the backbone of everything we do and everything we are.” 2. “Take … Continue reading
Pope Francis on December 30, 2018, spoke of two elements that accompanied Mary and Joseph as parents of Jesus: astonishment and anxiety. His remarks came before praying the noonday Angelus with a crowd estimated at 50,000 in St. Peter’s Square … Continue reading