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Killarney hits the record books again…

The recently published 2016 census results showed that among the large towns (i.e. those with a population of 10,000 or over) Killarney (with an average age of 40.9 years)had the the ‘oldest’ population. .Archdeacon Simon Lumby, Rector of St Mary Killarney, responded to the census’ findings in an RTE interview …

The benefits of Trip Advisor

The Benefits of TripAdvisor This was posted on the St Mary’s Killarney TripAdvisor page recently “Always welcoming” Every time we visit Killarney we attend Sunday service in St Mary’s, and on our latest visit there was a sign outside advertising their ‘Bus Service’ – a short Holy Communion service at …

Diocesan banner

At the Diocesan Synod in Limerick on Saturday 24 June members were shown the new Diocesan Banner. This had been designed to show members of the recent General Synod, also held in Limerick this year, the extent and range of our United Diocese. Our Diocese covers all the way from …

MU 130th Celebration Service

It was fitting that, since the Celebrations for the 130th anniversary of the Mothers Union began in All Saints’ Church in Raheny, …

Partners in Prayer June 2017

Partners in Prayer – June 2017  Each Sunday in June Church of Ireland: The Diocese of Kilmore, Elphin & Ardagh and Bishop …

Killorglin Confirmations and Farewells

Candidates Robert Brookes, Elva Clendennen and Gavin Boyle from Kilcolman Union and Naomi Moore from Killarney, were confirmed in St Michaels Killorglin on …