Assistant Sacristan / Caretaker required, for St Joseph’s Church Carrickmacross. (16hrs per week). Training will be provided as appropriate. Details and Job Description available by email from the Parish office. Applicants should submit a CV with covering letter and contact details of TWO referees to the parish office by 12 noon on Friday 7th February please note that
At Present we are experiencing a Technical problem with Eircom, and we are unable to receive emails. Eircom have assured us that they are currently working to resolve this problem. In the interim a new temporary email has been set up stJosephscarrickmacross@outlook.com .
Easter Services St Joseph’s Church Carrickmacross
14th April: Penitential Service Sunday at 5pm (with Visiting Priests)
18th April: ( Holy Thursday) Mass of the Lord’s Supper : 3pm & 7.30pm .
19th April: ( Good Friday) Celebration of the Lord’s Passion : 3pm & 7.30pm .
20th April: ( Holy Saturday) Easter Vigil : 8pm.
St Joseph’s Church Carrickmacross
Sunday 24th – Friday 29th March
Monday – Friday 7am and 10am Mass
Mission Service 7.30pm
|Our Parish Mission will take place from Sunday 24th March – Friday 29th March. Everyone is welcome to our Parish Mission. People of all ages, those who have been in the Parish a long time, and|
Corduff and Raferagh
On account of the retirement of Fr Mc Cague, all Weddings and Baptisms for Corduff and Raferagh should now be booked through the Parish Office in Carrickmacross.
The Parish secretary is Yvonne, and the Parish office opening hours are as follows: Monday- Friday 10am-12.30pm. Contact number 042 9661231.
Weddings: Contact Parish office to book , at least
The Centennial Pilgrim Image of Our lady of Fatima blessed by Pope Francis in 2017 for the 100th Anniversary of Fatima will visit St Joseph’s Church Carrickmacross on Monday 4th February. Rosary at 9.30pm followed by procession with the Statue of Our Lady , Mass at 10am followed by enrolment in the Brown Scapular and talk by Brother
Our New Bishop Monsignor Larry Duffy is from the parish of Magheracloone in South-Monaghan. He was born (in Ballybay) on 27 November 1951, the son of the late Thomas and Elizabeth Duffy. He has three surviving siblings – Anna, Patrick and Peter. His other brother Brendan died just over two years ago. Our new bishop received his early education at
Ordination of Our New Bishop Of Clogher
As we prepare for the ordination of Mgr Larry Duffy as our new bishop on 10 February, we reflect today on what our diocese is.
A diocese is a portion of the people of God which is entrusted to a bishop to be shepherded by him with the cooperation of the priests,