• World Day of the Sick 2020
    "Come to me, all you who labour and are burdened, and I will give you rest" (Mt 11:28 )
  • Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020
    The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will take place from 18 - 25 January
    on the theme "They showed us unusual kindness" (Acts 28:2).
  • Programme of Formation for
    Lay Pastoral Ministry and Leadership

    You are invited to attend an information evening on the new
    'Programme of Formation for Lay Pastoral Ministry and Leadership' which will be offered in the Diocese of Limerick next year.

  • Saint John
    Henry Newman
    Watch videos, view photos and read reports of the Canonisation of John Henry Newman.
  • Moving Forward Together
    Pastoral Units & Team Ministry
    For the past two years we have worked on "Team Ministry" and are now at a point of arranging our Diocese into Pastoral Units with teams of clergy ministering in each unit.

Mass Times

Get Mass times for your Pastoral Unit, your Parish or when the next mass is starting near you.

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Contact Directory

Find your local Priest and the team of clergy ministering in your Pastoral Unit.

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Pastoral Units / Team Ministry

Parishes co-operate together as a pastoral unit with two or three Priests ministering together as a team to the pastoral needs of these parishes.

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The Diocese of Limerick actively promotes the welfare of children and encourages their participation in the life of the Church.

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Welcome To the
Limerick Diocese website

We hope this website will be a great resource for our Diocese to promote closeness, build up the family spirit, to be as Pope Francis often says "Synodal, A people who journey together".

Go to the Bishops Desk section to get more News, Homilies and Pastoral Letters from Bishop Leahy.

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The Feast of the Epiphany is celebrated on January 6th. This feast commemorates the visit of the wise men to worship the baby Jesus. Tradition tells us that their names were Caspar, Melchior and Balthassar. 

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