Most Blessed Trinity, Moone
Mass Schedule: Please note the maximum capacity of Moone church is 50.
Sunday 12 Noon
Welcome to the Church of the Most Blessed Trinity Moone
The building of the church of the Most Blessed Trinity in Moone was begun in 1800 and completed in 1811. The oldest grave in adjoining graveyard is of man who was present at the building although the name on the headstone is illegible.
Two of the original stained glass windows from 1811 are intsct in the church, one of the last supper and other of the Holy Spirit. Windows created by the renowned stained glass artist, Harry Clarke, are located at the top of the church one on either side.
The body of Fr Hoey parish priest of Moone who died in 1860 aged just 39 years, is buried under the altar. Along with the body of Fr John Shearman who died in 1885 also a parish priest of Moone. Fr Dukay and Fr Meade, both former parish priests of Moone, are buried in the graveyard.
There is a tomb/mausoleum in the raveyard where Lady Archbold and deceased members of the Archblod family are buried. The Archbold family were the local landowners at Davidstown.
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- Churches Open for Private Prayer
CHURCHES RE-OPENING FOR PRIVATE PRAYER
St Ita’s, Kilmead, Ss Mary & Laurence, Crookstown & Church of the Most Blessed Trinity, Moone
will be re-open for private prayer from Monday, 8th June, times will vary so please check locally.
Following HSE guidelines, a number of restrictions will be in place – a one-way system is in operation enter by one door exit by another door. There is directional signage, please follow them.
A section of the church will be opened allowing private prayer and access to shrines to light a candle.
Hand sanitisers are installed at all the doors-please use them.
Please respect social distancing.
The churches will be open for public Mass after 29th June