Notice Board



The Community is invited to attend this Mass, as we remember our dearly departed loved ones.


A collection will be taken up at on the evening to help towards the upkeep of our graveyards for the coming year. Thank you.


Share your gifts, skills, and talents to enhance your community. The new schedule of Mass times is now in place in our Parish. Join with others and become part of the parish team. Consider if you could help as a member of the

An introduction training evening of what is involved will take place on Tuesday 28th February in Caherline Church at 8pm. Come along to find out more on the night, without obligation.We would love people to become part of these changes in our faith journey together. Not your cup of tea? There are other ways to get involved …

Parish Ministries

Other – How would you like to help?

Contact us so that we can connect you with people. Email: Contact Phil Martin secretary of Parish Pastoral group (0871363747), Fr. Roy, or any member of the PPC


Church Cleaning

All welcome to join us once a month .

Times and places

Caherconlish Church - TBC on reopening

Caherline Church - Tuesday 7th Feb thereafter 1st Wedneday of the month @ 7.30pm

Contact details

Meet us at the church on our monthly clean day.



1st February celebrates the arrival of longer, warmer days and saying goodbye to winter.

“And the Day Came When the Risk to Remain Tight In a Bud Was More Painful Than the Risk It Took to Blossom.” – Anais Nin”.  


CELEBRATE ST. BRIGID (Fiery one/ Exalted one) - Patroness of Ireland.

Flame of Welcome. Woman of Wisdom. Generous one. With your Cross, protect our homes. Convert our hearts, heal our sick. Herald of Spring, awaken new life. Warm my spirit. Nourish Easter hope. Bountiful Source, multiply God's gifts. Feed the poor. Nurture our hunger. Bless Ireland. Re-kindle the fire. Gather us in faith. Open our doors. Open our hearts. Turn strangers into friends, houses into homes, Sceptics into believers, death into life. Amen.   (Fr. Liam G. Ryan O.S.A). 


Brigid is a great Role Model for us during this pandemic - of confidence in the providence of God, of kindness, of the creativity of women and of healing – that through her intercession we pray healing for every person on this island and on the face of the earth. We rejoice that from next year a holiday in her memory will be celebrated.


Glenstal Energy Master Plan 

8pm Tuesday 21st February

Monastery Library.



Please see the following as the new schedule of masses during the refurbishment of Caherconlish Church:

Commencing Monday 9th January 2023 (4 to 6 weeks approx)


General Secretariat Copy (

What does God want from the Church in Ireland at this time?


Pre Baptismal Information for Parents and Godparents.

Baptismal Meetings Dates TBC


new_baptismal_form_2022.pdf (

practical_information_for_baptism_2022.pdf (

Available to download or from our Sacristans in either church.

Five weeks’ notice is required when booking a baptism.

Baptisms are celebrated on Saturdays at 5pm. and Sundays at 12 noon.


Launch of the Diocese of Cashel and Emly "SEEDS of HOPE" will take place in Boher community hall on Monday 21st March at 7.30pm.

Parishioners of all the surrounding areas are welcome to attend.

This gathering pre-empts that shortly there will be many priestless parishes – what do we do about it? 


Catholic Schools Week will be celebrated in schools across the island of Ireland from Sunday 23 January – Sunday 30 January.

The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2022 is ‘Catholic Schools: Living Life to the Full’.

During Catholic Schools Week families, parishes and schools are invited to participate in a week of celebration of Catholic schools reflecting on their contribution to the common good of society.

As we look forward to celebrating CSW2022, resources for use in schools and parishes are available Catholic Schools Week 2022

Catholic Schools Partnership

Link to LIVE STREAM in Caherconlish Church – .

Cost round 3000e – donations welcome.


Having trouble signing up to the Parish Lotto?

If you need any support. Email us: or call us: (01) 546 1131

Caherconlish Caherline PARISH FUNDRAISING LOTTO is up and running.

The parish lotto is online, requires no physical contact and is simple and easy to join.

To enter you pick 4 numbers or you can use our Quickpick.

The draw is every Thursday @ 8pm and our first draw is 14th October 2021 for 500e.

Match 4 numbers to win our Jackpot and if not won we will draw a weekly winner for a small prize.

We hope that the €2 per line option will allow everybody to contribute and if you can contribute €5 for 3 lines it would be hugely appreciated.

You can enter the first draw today through our Parish website Caherconlish – Caherline parish pastoral website or


When we feel most troubled in our daily lives , we have a wonderful advocate, the mother of our Lord, the Blessed Virgin Mary,

The Memorare, invites us to ask the Blessed Mother for her assistance and her grace .


The Diocese is delighted to announce that the online donate feature for parishes is now live and available for use on the Diocesan website - We hope that this much needed method of giving will offer parishioners an easily accessible means to donate to your parish either on a one-off or regular basis. This facility allows for a Covid-19-friendly option for your parishioners to contribute online at a time convenient to them. The link can be found on our links page.



We are pleased to advise you that we administering Mass card requests.

Please contact us via our website email : and provide a name and phone number and a member of PPC will get back to you .


ALONE supports older people who have concerns regarding Covid19. Professional staff are on hand to answer any concerns that you might have.

Please call 0818 222 024 Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm.


See our links page for link to online daily

prayer website and other resources.


Check in on elderly neighbour's. Make sure they have enough food, fuel and medicines. We as a community need to look out for each other and look after each other during this ever changing time.


Teenagers are invited to take part in our parish church community as Readers, Ministers of the Eucharist , Musicians , help with cleaning the Church, etc.. Service can be put towards community service awards. Please contact a member of the PPC.