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Bishop Leahy confirmed that all Masses - not just Sunday Masses - will no longer be held in public until further notice. He has appealed to people not to attend funerals unless they are immediate relatives or particularly close friends. Doing otherwise would, he added, be reckless. read more

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As we begin Holy Week, we will journey with the Lord towards Jerusalem and Calvary as we walk through the "Via Dolorosa" with reflections on the Stations of the Cross as a Lenten time out, allowing us to have a moment to encounter the Divine during this holy season.

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Bishop Brendan is encouraging all of us to pray together as family, at home during Holy Week; building up what is called the ‘Domestic Church’.  Here is a video of Chris and his family in Bruree sharing their approach to incorporating prayer into their family life. 

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