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Whoever you may be…
A regular parishioner who feels truly at home here… A member of the Parish who hasn’t been here for a long while…
A visitor attending a Baptism, Wedding, Funeral, Confirmation or First Holy Communion… A visitor to the area staying with family or friends…
A fellow Christian seeking an oasis of welcome and prayer… A fellow human in search of hope, healing or consolation…
And perhaps, like most of us here, looking for Acceptance…  Support…  Understanding…  Compassion…  and Community…
Welcome!    Fáilte!



Thank you to all who sent in photos of their lovely May altars last month.  These are still available to view on our Gallery page.  Many other parishes also enjoyed this home activity and here is a video collage of May scenes put together by Kilmallock Parish, including a brief visit to our own Patrickswell church (see at around the 1:25 minute mark).   Music on the video features a lovely rendition of Lady of Knock by Emily whose beautiful music also regularly enhances the Patrickswell Masses.  Well done to all!

Updated 08 June 2021


Regrettably, it has been found necessary to reschedule the 2021 First Holy Communion Ceremonies in Ballybrown originally planned for July 2nd and 3rd,  as communicated from Public Health Advice through the Taoiseach’s office, indicating that First Holy Communions and Confirmations may take place in line with the gradual reopening of society, from 5th July onwards.    Please visit our First Eucharist page for further details.

First Holy Communion in Patrickswell remains as scheduled (Saturday September 18th 2021 at 11.00 am), subject to NPHET / HSE and Government guidelines current at the time.

Update 04 June 2021  & 18 June 2021


Further to the Government announcement, the following restrictions apply from 10th May 2021 in respect of Religious Services.

Most people are aware that from this Monday, May 10th it will be possible to have congregations at our weekday and weekend Masses. Religious Services will continue to be available online and Places of Worship will remain open for private prayer.

From 10th of May, up to 50 are permitted to attend Places of Worship for Religious Services subject to social distancing guidelines being adhered to.  As with previous reopening for services, the following protective measures continue to apply:

  • 2 metres social distancing guidelines adhered to (members of the same household can sit/stand close together)
  • Wearing of face coverings and hand sanitising
  • No congregation of people outside the premises before and after any service
  • Stewards on site to assist in this regard

Attendance at Funerals: From May 10th50 mourners permitted at service.

Related events, either before or after, should not take place.

Weddings: – From May 10th,  50 guests permitted at service.

We thank all our Stewards and Sanitisers for their continued support and presence which will enable us to open with safety.

Updated 07 May 2021

An Act of Spiritual Communion

My Jesus,
I believe that You are present in the Most Holy Sacrament.
I love You above all things,
and I desire to receive You into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive You sacramentally,
come now spiritually into my heart.
I embrace You as if You were already there
and unite myself wholly to You.
Never permit me to be separated from You.


A Prayer to Our Lady in Covid Times

Most Glorious Queen of Heaven and Mother of God,

You whom the Blessed Trinity has crowned with unequalled glory.

You are the Sovereign Queen over all God’s Creation….

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A Prayer Labyrinth

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