Pope Francis: “How do we imagine God’s love? Is there a concrete reality in the world that helps us see this love with our own eyes? Certainly there is! It is the family! The image of God is reflected in man and in woman, in conjugal love: a living ‘icon’ through which God is made…
Welcome to our parish website, and welcome to our parish of Kilbeggan and Rahugh. We are a believing community, committed to living our faith in joy and proclaiming it in our lives with love and and friendship. Everyone is welcome to our Masses and to parish events. We have a great sense of belonging and service in the parish, all our helpers are voluntary which speaks of the love and dedication our parishioners.
Our parish is open to everyone and that includes you.
We invite you to browse our website to learn more about the parish and to see if you could be involved.
Thanks to all who support the mission of Kilbeggan and Rahugh Parish.
CHURCH OF ST. JAMES KILBEGGAN
DUE TO THE COVID VIRUS THERE ARE NO PUBLIC MASSES. MASS WILL BE ON WEBCAM .
MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9.30 A.M.
FRIDAY 7.30 P.M.
SATURDAY 10 A.M.
SATURDAY VIGIL MASS 8 P.M.
SUNDAY 11 A.M.
CHURCH OF ST HUGH, RAHUGH
THERE ARE NO MASSES IN ST HUGH’S CHURCH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE PANDEMIC AND THE SIZE OF THE CHURCH.
Bishop Tom Deenihan.
Vocations Sunday 2021.
Today, the fourth Sunday of Easter, we celebrate Good Shepherd Sunday.
The reason is somewhat obvious, the readings of the Mass, as well as the
prayers, concentrate on the image of Christ as the Good Shepherd.
A good shepherd cares for, leads and…
V/ O Queen of Heaven, rejoice. Alleluia. R/ For He, whom you were privileged to bear. Alleluia. V/ Has risen as He said. Alleluia. R/ Pray for us to God. Alleluia. V/ Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary. Alleluia. R/ For the Lord is truly risen, Alleluia. Let us pray: O God, who by…
Amid the many hardships we are enduring, let us never forget that we have been healed by the wounds of Christ (cf. 1 Pet2:24). In the light of…
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