Welcome

Webcams in our Churches

Click below on the image of the Church to view that webcam

To view the webcam in Crookstown Church please click below.

To view the webcam from Kilmead Church please click below.

To view the Webcam from Moone Church please click below.

https://www.churchservices.tv/crookstown/embed

Our Lenten Prayer, which have become part of our tradition in the Parishes of Athy, Narraghmore & Moone, will take place again this year but in a different format. Our Lenten prayer nights, which be reflecting on the Sunday Gospels, will take place over 4 Tuesdays in Lent beginning on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:30pm in Kilmead. You join the Prayer nights online via the webcam on our parish website

https://www.churchservices.tv/kilmead/embed

Parish News

(Please Note that all masses from Moone Parish & Athy Parish are available via webcam on parish websites.
Masses from Moone, Crookstown & Athy are available on Parish Radio: 88fm, 107fm & 107.8fm respectively)

Suspension of Public Mass

Updated in accordance with Government guidelines – December 23rd 2020

In accordance with the Government framework for living with the Coronavirus, level 5 restrictions have been re-imposed and Public Masses will be suspended beginning on St. Stephen’s Day – December 26th. Our churches remain open for private prayer but there will be no public liturgy. The Sacrifice of the Mass will continued to be offered but without a congregation. All celebrations of the Sacrament of Baptism are postponed and will be celebrated at a later date.

Mass will be broadcast on Parish Radio (Moone 88fm, Crookstown 107fm) and via webcam from Moone church.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting the Parish Office after January 4th or the Parish Pastoral Worker.

WELCOME

Welcome to the new website for the Parishes of Narraghmore and Moone. While the website is live, it is not totally finished, so if you notice any gaps in information or incomplete sections, please be patient, we will get there. If you have any comments or suggestions please do get in touch.

It is all about you, our parishioners and those who wish to make contact with us, so if what you need is not here, or you have difficulty in finding it, we need to know

Please stay in touch on our Parish Facebook Page or on Twitter.

Contact Us

Conor McCann

Archdiocese of Dublin

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