FOR DETAILS OF HOLY WEEK LITURGIES ONLINE OR VIA PARISH RADIO please click here: https://www.clogherdiocese.ie/2020/04/holy-week-liturgies-online-2020-diocese-of-clogher/
To enable people participate in the celebration of the Eucharist across the Diocese of Clogher during this time of Covid-19 we have compiled a list of the times of Masses that will be celebrated via webcam. Some details on Radio and TV Masses and various links are also provided below.
The Christian community in each parish and throughout the diocese should unite in prayer at this time. All of us are encouraged to join with each other online, in local or neighbouring parish and with parishes elsewhere across the diocese and the world, in prayerful solidarity via webcam, radio broadcasts and TV, using whatever devices are available.
Please check with your own local parish as times/circumstances may change and may not be updated here, details are correct at time of posting (31.3.2020 at 5.50pm).
Some parishes are offering us an opportunity to join in the Vigil Mass to anticipate Sunday or Holy Day.
|Website /Facebook links or Radio
|St Mary’s, BROOKEBORO & St Mary’s, FIVEMILETOWN
|Sunday 11am (churches alternating each Sunday)
|Star of the Sea, BUNDORAN
|Sunday & Holy Days 11am; Weekdays 10am
|St Joseph’s, CARRICKMACROSS
|Sunday and Holy Days 12 Noon; Weekdays 10am
Angelus each day at Noon
Stations of the Cross, Sunday 7pm
Also on Radio at 92.1 FM
|St Mary’s, CASTLEBLAYNEY
|Sunday and Holy Days 10am; Weekdays 10am
Devotions Mon-Sat 6pm
(only while liturgies are celebrated)
|Church of the Sacred Heart, CLONES
|Saturday (Vigil Mass of Sunday) 7.30pm
|St Patrick’s, DERRYGONNELLY
|Sunday & Holy Days 11.30am; Tues 7.30pm (Mass in honour of St Peregrine); Weds & Thurs 10am
|St Davog’s, DROMORE
|Saturday (Vigil of Sunday) 7pm; Sunday and Holy Days 10am; Weekdays 10am (also Friday 7.30pm)
|St Joseph’s, EDERNEY
|Sunday & Holy Days 11am; Mon & Fri 7.30pm; Tues,Weds,Thurs 10am
|EMATRIS Parish – St Mary’s, Corravacan & Holy Trinity, Edergole
|Sunday & Holy Days 11am (alternating between both churches)
|St Michael’s, ENNISKILLEN
|Sunday & Holy Days 10.30am; Weekdays 10am
Holy Hour, Weds 8pm
Parish Messenger available on www.st-michaels.net
|ERRIGAL TRUAGH Parish
|Sunday 11am; Weekdays (Mon-Fri) 7.30pm & Saturday 11am
|St Lawrence’s, FINTONA
|Sunday & Holy Days 10am; Weekdays 10am
|Local Parish Radio
Parish website http://www.fintonaparish.com/
|St Patrick’s, HOLYWELL (Cleenish)
|Saturday (Vigil of Sunday) 7.30pm; Mon & Weds. 8pm; Tues & Fri 10am.
Parish Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/cleenishparish/
|Church of Mary Mother of Mercy, INNISKEEN
|Saturday (Vigil of Sunday) and Vigil of Holy Days 6pm; Mon 8pm; Weds 10am; Fri 8pm
|Local Parish Radio 107.7 FM
|Church of the Sacred Heart, IRVINESTOWN
|Sunday & Holy Days 11am; Weekdays 10am
|St Enda’s, KILLANNY
|Sunday and Holy Days 11.30am; Mon 9.15am; Tues 7.30pm (St Peregrine Novena); Thurs & Fri 9.15am.
Stations of the Cross, Fri 7pm
Also on Radio 103 FM
|Holy Cross Church, LISNASKEA
|Sunday and Holy Days 11.30am; Mon. 10am; Tues 7pm; Weds -Fri 10am
Holy Hour, Thurs 7pm
|St Joseph’s, Park St, MONAGHAN
|Sunday and Holy Days 11.30am; Weekdays 10am
Devotions Mon-Fri 6pm
|St Macartan’s Cathedral, MONAGHAN
|Angelus prayed Mon-Fri at Noon
|Church of the Immaculate Conception, NEWTOWNBUTLER
|Sunday & Holy Days 11.30am; Weekdays 10am
Rosary & Stations of the Cross, Friday 6pm
|St Tierney’s, ROSLEA
|Sunday 10.30am; Mon & Fri 7pm; Tues-Thurs 9.30am
Knockatallon/ Tydavnet / Urbleshanny
|Sunday & Holy Days 11.30am
Shannonside-Northern Sound Radio will broadcast Mass on Sundays (and on St Patrick’s Day) at 10am from St Mel’s Cathedral in Longford.
Please check the RTE Radio website for details of their schedule of broadcast Masses and programmes – https://www.rte.ie/radio1/service/
Radio Maria are broadcasting 24hours a day, with daily Mass at 10am. Radio Maria is now available on Saorview channel 210 as well as online https://www.radiomaria.ie/. It’s also accessible via on the Radio Maria Ireland mobile app and on the Radio Maria-Ireland Facebook page.
Please check the RTÉ website for details of Television Mass broadcasts www.rte.ie
RTÉ will televise Mass at 10.30am on each weekday on the RTÉ News Now Channel..
The RTE News Now channel can be accessed on Saorview (Channel 21) and also on Sky (Channel 521) and on Eir (Channel 500). There is also an RTÉ News Now App which can be downloaded and used to see live broadcasts.
The Mass, which will be televised from St Eunan’s Cathedral in Letterkenny, will be followed each day by a reflection from a Christian Church or other faith community.
Sunday worship will continue to be televised on RTÉ 1 TV each Sunday at 11am.
During these days, Pope Francis has arranged for his celebration of daily Mass to be televised from the Vatican, beginning each morning at 5.55am (Irish time). The broadcast is simultaneously translated into the English language. For access please link to https://www.vaticannews.va/en.html .
Here also in the Vatican YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7E-LYc1wivk33iyt5bR5zQ
Eternal Word Television Network is a Catholic television station which broadcasts from the USA programmes some of which are produced or presented by Irish priests and religious, including daily Mass. EWTN is available on Sky tv (Channel 588) and free to view online:
Is a Catholic television station which broadcasts live from Rome including daily Mass celebrated by Pope Francis. It is available free to view on some digital television networks and via the internet. Please see http://www.shalomworld.ie/
When we cannot attend Mass, we can still make an Act of Spiritual Communion, expressing our faith in Christ and in His Presence in the Eucharist, asking Him to unite Himself to us. The basic elements of an Act of Spiritual Communion are an Act of Faith; An Act of Love; a desire to receive Christ; and an invitation to Him to come into your heart. Some of the prayers accompanying an Act of Spiritual Communion include
I believe that you are present in the Most Blessed Sacrament.
I love you above all things, and I desire to receive you into my soul.
Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally,
come at least spiritually into my heart.
I embrace you as if you were already there and unite myself wholly to you.
Never permit me to be separated from you.
Christ with me,
Christ before me,
Christ behind me,
Christ in me,
Christ beneath me,
Christ above me,
Christ on my right,
Christ on my left,
Christ when I lie down,
Christ when I sit down,
Christ when I arise,
Christ in the heart of everyone who thinks of me,
Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of me,
Christ in every eye that sees me,
Christ in every ear that hears me. (Extract from St Patrick’s Breastplate)
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary,
that never was it known that anyone who fled to your protection,
implored your help, or sought your intercession,
was left unaided.
Inspired by this confidence,
I fly unto you, O Virgin of virgins, my Mother.
To you do I come, before you I stand, sinful and sorrowful.
O Mother of the Word Incarnate,
despise not my petitions,
but in your mercy, hear and answer me.
Sacred Heart of Jesus, I place all my trust in you!
Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.
St Joseph, pray for us.
St Patrick, pray for us.
St Macartan, pray for us.
St Davnet, pray for us.
All you Saints in heaven, pray for us.