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St. Lazerian’s Church, Leighlinbridge
Saturday (Vigil): 7.30p.m.
Monday – Thursday: 9.30a.m.
Friday: 9.30a.m. – Eucharistic Prayers
Wednesday 2.00p.m. – 5.00p.m. Blessed Sacrament Adoration
Friday: 5.00pm-9.00pm – Blessed Sacrament Adoration
Old Leighlin Cathedral
St Lazerian’s Church of Ireland Cathedral, Old Leighlin
Every Sunday: 10.00a.m.
5th Sunday of Month: 11.00a.m.
1st Prize €2,000 – Brenda Morris 2nd Prize € 1,000 – Andy Dermody 3rd Prize €200 – Deirdre Amond 4th Prize €200 – Ann Curran 5th Prize €200 – Paddy Buggy 6th Prize €200 – Tommy Dunne 7th Prize €200 – Pauline Bermingham Full Card Promoters Prize €250 x 2 – Peg Farrell, Anthony Walsh [...]
Leighlin Parish will mark and celebrate the following occasions during 2020. 1. The 200th anniversary of the St. Fintan’s Church, Ballinabranna on Sunday 16th February with Mass at 2pm. 2. The 250th anniversary of St. Lazerian’s Church, Leighlinbridge on Sunday the 19th April with Mass at 11am. Bishop Denis Nulty will be celebrant at both [...]
A New European Data Protection law, the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), was introduced on 25th May 2018. This new law applies to any organization, including our parish that manages and processes people’s personal information. Over the last number of months, we have been working on ways of ensuring that what we do with your [...]
Fr Gerry O’Hanlon SJ will give a talk on his book “The Quiet Revolution of Pope Francis – A synodical Catholic Church in Ireland?” on Tuesday 19th February at 7.45pm in Leighlinbridge Parish Centre. Fr O’Hanlon has written extensively on Church reform and the role of the Church in the public square. Bishop Denis will [...]
Do you have a spare room in your home and want to help? Thousands of people will be travelling from very distant places to participate in World Meeting of Families 2018 (Dublin, 21-26 August 2018). Many would be unable to come if they also had to cover the cost of accommodation. Do you have a [...]