To securely make a donation to the Parish online via the Galway Diocesan website, please click here.
Public Mass resumes with a maximum capacity of 50 people in each church.
To participate in the 6.30 p.m. Saturday Mass via Zoom, please click here.
To participate in the 10.00 a.m. Sunday Mass via Zoom, please click here.
To participate in the 11.30 a.m. Sunday Mass via Zoom, please click here.
The Mass will also be broadcast on the Parish Radio on 106.2 FM.
To learn about the Synodal Pathway and the forthcoming National Synod, visit www.catholicbishops.ie/synod/
A Prayer for Vocations
Lord Jesus, you said to your disciples “the harvest indeed is great but the labourers are few. Pray, therefore the Lord of the harvest to send labourers into his harvest.” We ask that we may know and follow the vocation to which you have called us.
We pray particularly for those called to serve as priests, brothers and sisters; those whom you have called, those you are calling now, and those you will call in the future. May they be open and responsive to the call of serving your people. We ask this through Christ, our Lord. Amen.
(Diocese of Kerry- Adapted)
Prayer for Vocations
God our Father, into a world disfigured by sin you sent your Son that in him we might see the beauty of your care for us as we travel our pilgrim journey. Give us eyes of faith so that we may be alert to your love at work for us in every event of life. May we grow in wonder at your love that heals, that forgives, that strengthens, that consoles, that guides us into the way of peace. Let us grow in gratitude for the shepherds you give us, for those who are leaders by the good they do, for those who understand our thirst to grow, for those who take away our hearts of stone when life is difficult, for those who help us find peace. May the care and goodness we have known mould us into shepherds with caring hearts for those in need of support and inner strength. May we always have good shepherds who know the way to you, who show us the way to you, who make the gospel attractive by the way they live. May the different vocations and the different gifts truly enrich us. May those who are single, married, priests and Religious, find fulfilment in
living for you and build up the unity of your Church through their service as cheerful givers. (Bishop Martin Drennan)
To read Bishop Kelly’s Message on Vocations or to contact the Diocesan Vocations Director, Canon Ian O’Neill, please click here.
Prayer to Saint Joseph
God, our heavenly Father, grant us the fortitude of Christ your Son to face the Covid-19 crisis with trust, patience and compassion. Give us the grace of the Holy Spirit to free us from fear and look forward together to the future with healing and hope. Through the intercession of Saint Joseph, the guardian of Jesus, and Mary his mother and Mother of the Church, may we be guided through this time of peril. Preserve us in peace; protect the vulnerable; keep safe our health care workers and all who serve society, at home and abroad. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen. (Composed by Fr Kevin O’Gorman ,S.M.A.)
Family resources for this Week of Prayer prepared by the Council for Marriage and the Family can be downloaded here.
To learn about this year’s Trócaire Lenten Campaign, go to www.trocaire.org
For the March edition of the Diocesan Newsletter please click here.
THE WORD OF GOD
Time at home is an opportunity for us all to re-discover the gift of the Bible and to be nourished afresh by God’s Word. Why not make a little time for reading and contemplating God’s Word this weekend or during the week? There are many resources available online; www.tarsus.ie is a good place to begin. “The Bible in a Year” podcast with Fr. Mike Schmitz is available here.
If you are home-schooling at this time, you might like to look at some of the online resources –
Praying for Christian Unity
The theme for this year’s prayer is “Abiding in Christ”.
For information and resources see – https://www.galwaydiocese.ie/news/2021/01/19/week-prayer-christian-unity
New Year’s Blessings to You
Due to Level 5 restrictions, weekend Masses will be on the Parish Radio 106.2 FM & online – no public Masses – from Dec. 26th until further notice.
Both Churches will be open for private prayer after the broadcast of morning Mass during the week. Please continue to observe all the necessary requirements in the Church to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Parish Office will remain closed under the current restrictions. The Parish Secretary will be available at the usual office times from Monday, Jan. 4th and can be contacted via email, phone or by leaving a message on the Parish Office phone.
Wishing you a blessed, happy, safe and healthy 2021,
+ Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Clarinbridge
+ St. Colman’s Church, Roeveagh, Kilcolgan
Links to some of the history of the Parish accessible online.
Celebrating Baptisms, Weddings in the Parish.
If you have just moved into the parish, or are visiting while on holiday, welcome!
Our call as Christians is to grow in friendship with the Lord and service of others. Here are some resources to help you on your faith journey.
Updated Mass Times for the Month of December 2020
No congregation permitted Level 5 Restrictions.
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The Parish of Clarinbridge is in the Diocese of Galway, Kilmacduagh & Kilfenora.
The current Parish Priest is Fr. Barry Horan, who also serves part-time as Judicial Vicar of the Galway Regional Marriage Tribunal. Fr. Barry has been ministering in the parish since August 2017.
Get In Touch
- +353 (0)91 776 741
Parish Office, Main Street, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway, H91 HY03
Visit the churches
Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Main Street, Clarinbridge, Co. Galway, H91 HW58
St. Colman’s Church, Roeveagh, Kilcolgan, Co. Galway, H91 XK29