Mitchelstown
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Christmas Time in Mitchelstown Parish

Christmas Confession Times in Mitchelstown Parish

Parish Church
Saturday 21st December
12.00 noon to 1.0pm
7.00 - 7.30pm
Monday 23rd December
8 priests available to hear confessions
7.30pm
Tuesday 24th December
12.00 noon - 1.00pm
3.00 - 4.00pm
Ballygiblin Church
Thursday 19th December
Confession 7.00pm / Mass 7.30pm
Killacluig Church
Friday 20th December
Confession 7.00pm / Mass 7.30pm

Christmas Mass Times in Mitchelstown Parish

Parish Church
Tuesday 24th December (Christmas Eve)
Vigil of the Nativity 7.30pm
Carol Recital 9.30pm
Night Mass of Nativity 10.00pm
Wed 25th December (Christmas Day)
8.30am / 10.00am /
11.00am / 12 noon
No Evening Mass on Christmas Day
Thursday 26th December
Feast of St Stephen, 1st Martyr
Mass at 11.00am
Weekday Masses from Fri 27th - Sat 28th
11.00am only
Ballygiblin Church
Tuesday 24th December (Christmas Eve)
Night Mass of Nativity 9.00pm
Wed 25th December (Christmas Day)
Mass 10.30am
Killacluig Church
Tuesday 24th December (Christmas Eve)
Night Mass of Nativity 9.00pm
Wed 25th December (Christmas Day)
Mass 9.30am

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION will close on Christmas Eve before the 10.00am Mass and resume after the 11.00am Mass on Friday, 27th December.

Confession: It is important that we receive the Sacrament of Confession regularly, it keeps us in the Grace of God, as we face life’s difficulties and it prepares us for the day when the Lord will call us.

 

CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS FOR THE PRIESTS: You can use the Offering envelope supplied with this leaflet. The Priests wish to thank all the parishioners for their generosity to their collections.

 

The Parish Office will be closed for the Christmas Holidays from Monday, 23rd December to Tuesday, 7th January 2014. Anyone wishing to advertise in the Parish Newsletter for weeks 29th December & 5th January 2014 please have your articles into the Parish Office no later than 12 noon NEXT Wednesday, 18th December. We would like to thank everyone for supporting our Newsletter during 2013 and look forward to dealing with you in 2014.

 

Wishing you all a very Happy Peaceful Christmas and the very best for 2014.