Notice: For those experiencing difficulty connecting to our livestreaming, please follow these instructions:
- Know at what time the live broadcasts take place (see below).
- If you cannot see a VIDEO on display above these instructions please click the Orange REFRESH button below every 30 seconds (or so), patiently, until you see a video appearing on the screen. If you keep clicking the orange button every 30 seconds, eventually you will see a video box pop up on the screen.
- If you see a little Triangle button in the middle of the video box, you need to click this; it is the “Play” button.
- Please ring the parish on 087 2552276 if you are still having difficulties.
- Enjoy! God bless you and thanks for tuning in.
Livestreaming of our Masses will continue on our parish website for the time being.
For the time being public Masses will take place in our parish every weekday at 10am in St Patrick’s church only.
On Saturday evenings the Vigil Mass will take place in St Patrick’s Church at 7.30pm.
On Sunday Masses will take place in St Patrick’s Church (and none in Queen of Peace Church). This is to facilitate the stewarding and seat arrangement that needs to take place.
Sunday Masses here in St Patrick’s Church will be at 8.30am, 10.30am and 12 noon.
Stewards will be employed at our Masses to assist people with seating arrangements and social distancing.
The parish office has now re-opened to visit or phone (Monday to Friday, 9.30 am to 12 Noon). Please use the parish office to pre-book your attendance at Mass.
Even though public Masses are now resuming across the country the moral obligation to attend Sunday Mass and Holy Days is still, for the time being, dispensed, because the pandemic is still ongoing.
The sacrament of Confession has resumed in our parish. Yesterday Fr Brian and myself spent a long time hearing confessions at 12 o clock in the Blue Nuns Parish Centre where social distancing was applied. Confession will take place again at the Blue Nuns Parish Centre next Saturday at 12 noon.
The Sacrament of Baptism has now resumed and parents may contact the parish office to arrange same.
First Holy Communion ceremonies in May have been postponed. New dates will not be set until there is more clarity about the end of the Covid 19 restrictions. Thank you for your patience.
Each Day, 10am, Holy Mass (preceded by Rosary at 9.40am)
Sundays, 10.30am Mass (preceded by Rosary at 10.10am)
Sundays, 7.30pm Benediction
Note: For the following five Saturdays – Sept 26th, Oct 3rd, Oct 10th, Oct 17th, Oct 24th – morning Mass will be at 9am to accommodate the First Holy Communion ceremonies which will be taking place at 10.30am each of those mornings
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For those who want to send in Spring or Easter Station Offerings you may put your offerings in the letterbox of the Parish Centre (Blue Nuns House), either the front door letterbox or backdoor letterbox. Any donations for the upkeep of the church may be made in the same way.
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Telephone Number for ALONE organisation for the elderly who are may be vulnerable: 0818 222 024. We encourage you to be mindful of those in your area who are vulnerable.
We are sorry to have to inform you that all public Masses in Fermoy parish have been cancelled until further notice. The priests of the parish will continue to celebrate Masses privately – and will broadcast these Masses over the internet (on this website).
Keep checking this page for updates. Stay safe! And let us pray that this virus will soon be defeated 🙏
The Adoration Chapel in St Patrick’s Church has been closed until further notice. All meetings at the Parish Centre have also been advised to cancel.
The bringing of holy communion to the housebound has been suspended.
Thank you for your patience,
In Christ, and in union with His Blessed Mother,
Fr Brian Boyle. Fr Eamon Roche. Deacon John McCarthy.