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Coronavirus Covid-19 Mass Schedule - updated guidelines December 22nd 2020

Due to new Covid-19 regulations all Masses will be celebrated in St.Joseph's Church, Monday to Saturday at 10am and Sunday at 11.30am from Saturday 26th December via St. Joseph's webcam.  All Masses are closed to the public.

Tyholland Parish - Sunday at 10.30am(Mass is closed to the public) via https://www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/st-patricks-church-tyholland

The Parish Churches will open after morning Mass for private prayer.

We appreciate your co-operation at this time.

Weddings: Up to and including Saturday 2 January, attendance at weddings is limited to 25. After that date and until a further review the numbers are restricted to 6, including the celebrant.

Funerals: From Saturday 26 December, in line with Level 5 restrictions, the numbers in attendance at a funeral is restricted to 10. This also applies to committals and burials.

For further information on the new provisions in ROI please visit gov.ie - Ireland is moving to Level 5 (www.gov.ie)



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A Prayer in this time of Challenge

God of Love,

We the people of the Diocese of Clogher turn to you with prayerful hearts

and with confidence in your loving presence among us now and in every moment of our lives.

We stand before you as a people of hope, trusting in your care and protection.

May we be comforted by your love in these anxious times.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.                                

Saint Patrick, pray for us.                                

Saint Macartan, pray for us.                              

Saint Davnet, pray for us.

Saint Fanchea, pray for us.

May all the Saints of God, pray for us.







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Monaghan & Rackwallace is the Cathedral Parish of the Diocese of Clogher and it has a population of about 8000 people of which 6956 are Catholic in the 2005 Census.

The name Monaghan derives from the Irish word 'Muineacháin' meaning a thicket or scrubland. Sometimes the word Monaghan is interpreted aptly as 'between the hills' as the town area of Monaghan is located in a hollow surrounded by drumlin hills.

The parish is both urban and rural. The parish is served by St. Macartan's Cathedral, which occupies a prominent position on a hilltop overlooking the town, just off the Dublin Road and St. Joseph's Church which is located in Park Street, 5 minutes walk from the town centre.  The rural area of Rackwallace/Ardaghey is served by St. Michael's Church, which is located in the heart of the rural community of Ardaghey, about 5km from Monaghan town.



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