The Holy Rosary - Month of May
There will be NO Rosaries at any of the Churches or Grottoes during the month of May due to the Covid-19 Government Restrictions. The Parish of Doneraile has pre-recorded Mrs Sheila Kelliher and Mrs Margaret Sheedy reciting the four Mysteries of the Rosary. These videos are available on this website and you can find them by clicking on the blue button below. In addition, the respective Mysteries of the Rosary appropriate to the day will be posted on our Parish Facebook page every evening at 8PM begining on May 1st.Pre-recorded Parish Rosary
Diocese of Cloyne & Parish Notices (COVID-19)
All First Holy Communions in the Parish of Doneraile and in the Diocese of Cloyne have been postponed for now. The rescheduling of 1st Communion dates will begin once the rerstrictions on public gatherings have been lifted, however, further arrangement of dates will be subject to instruction to parishes from the Bishop's Office.
All Baptisms, Weddings, 1st Communions, Confirmations & Ordinations have been suspended until further notice.
Funeral Masses may take place in our parish provided that there are less than 10 people present and social distancing regulations are followed. In addition, attendees at Funeral Masses must strictly observe the seating regulations in our churches.
The Parish of Doneraile can now stream remotely on Facebook for those families who wish to Stream LIVE from both the churches and the cemeteries of the parish, to facilitate their extended families being part of the funeral service, please do get in touch with us and we will be happy to facilitate this free service.
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We invite you to click on the Red Button Below to be taken to the LIVE Stream. Mass will be broadcast live here each Sunday on Holy Days at 11AM from the Parish of Doneraile via this Website and our Parish Facebook page (Blue Button Above).
The Easter broadcasting schedule can be found by clicking on the relevant banner at the top of this page.
Following further guidance from the Vatican, the Diocese of Cloyne and the Irish Government, the Parish Church in Doneraile will remain closed to the public during the Live Broadcasting of Mass in the interests of Public Health.
In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis gave an extraordinary Apostolic Blessing “urbi et orbi” (to the city of Rome and the World) at 5 p.m. Dublin time, on March 27.
The formal blessing — usually given only immediately after a new Pope’s election and on Christmas and Easter — carries with it a plenary indulgence for the remission of all sins for all who followed by television, internet or radio, are sorry for their sins, and prayed sincerely during the Live broadcast. The Holy Father dispensed the faithful from having to go to confession and to receive the Eucharist as a requirement for the indulgence..