Welcome to our Parish

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.

The website includes Mass Times, Weekly Newsletter and Contact Details.

Thanks to all who support the mission of Kilbeggan and Rahugh Parish.

CHURCH OF ST. JAMES KILBEGGAN

New Mass Schedule effective from 10th May 2021

 

MONDAY to FRIDAY             9.30 a.m. 

FRIDAY                                  7.30 p.m.   

SATURDAY                           10 a.m.

 

SATURDAY VIGIL                 6.00 p.m.  and 7.30 p.m.

SUNDAY                                9.30 a.m. and 11 a.m

 

Church Holy Days and Bank Holidays  –  see current newsletter

 

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.

Notices

CONFIRMATION

June 9, 2021
Bishop Deenihan has now organised your Confirmation Ceremony for 7.30 p.m. July 15th in St. James’ Church Kilbeggan. It is great that Girls and boys will be able to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation before they start in Secondary School. Confirmands  will be able to bring three people and themselves to the ceremony, i.e.…

40TH ANNIVERSARY OF ORDINATION

June 9, 2021

Thanks to all who were so kind to me as I celebrated the 40th Anniversary of my Ordination on Monday last at 10 a.m. Mass. I have spent  thirteen happy  years…


500 years since the conversion of St. Ignatius.

May 28, 2021

 

 

In May 1521 Ignatius was recuperating in his family’s castle at Loyola after his legs were damaged by a cannonball at the siege of Pamplona. Bored, he began to read a life of Christ and the lives of the saints. And so his…


Lidia Maksymowicz, and Pope Francis

May 27, 2021

Pope Francis greets holocaust survivor at General Audience

Lidia Maksymowicz, a Pole of Belarusian origin, a survivor of the Nazi death camps and the experiments of Dr Mengele, shows Pope Francis the number tattooed on her arm, and presents him with three gifts, symbolizing memory, hope, and prayer. “With the Holy Father there…

LIVING BY THE HOLY SPIRIT AND PENTECOST

May 20, 2021

Bishop Barron speaks about the 9 fruits of the Holy Spirit who dwells in God at the ground of my being even if things are going wrong. us. He takes Galatians Chapter 5

We know we are in the Holy Spirit by looking to see what fruits are present in our lives.

A question we…


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