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Parishioners will realise that the Cathedral has operated a greatly expanded schedule since June 2020, in order to facilitate the return to Mass of as many as possible and to follow public health guidelines. This is not sustainable in the long run. As Government imposed restrictions are lessened in accordance with public health advice over...

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Donegal Marathon

The Donegal Half Marathon will be held on Sunday August 29th starting at 9.20am at entrance to Charles Kellys Builders Providers, Ballymacool with a loop of the town then going down Main Street to Conwall and  Rashedoge and returning to Letterkenny through New Mills and along the Crieve Road through Rockhill, Bomany, Oldtown  and finishing...

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DIOCESAN

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Corpus Christi Procession

Next Sunday is Corpus Christi.  We are unable to have a procession again this year, but there will be a Holy Hour on Sunday evening (6th June) at 7.30 pm.

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Colmcille 1500

Colmcille 1500 This year commemorates the birth of St. Colmcille 1500 years ago – 7th December 521. Beginning Tuesday 1st June, we will lead a Novena in honour of Colmcille after all the Masses, culminating in a Triduum in his honour at 7 pm on Monday 7th, Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th – his Feast...

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Mass will begin again

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Sleeping Statue of St. Joseph

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Letterkenny Christmas Annual 2021

LETTERKENNY CHRISTMAS ANNUAL 2021 Dear Friends/Supporters, This lock-down is perhaps a good time to get involved with the next edition of the Christmas Annual, the 40th! Thank you for your support in the past. The Christmas annual, launched in 1982, has a strong commitment to retain that important link with the Letterkenny of the past,...

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An Tobar Domhain (Easter Season)

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2021 Holy Week Schedule

A Message from the Administrator for Holy Week followed by the Cathedral Holy Week Schedule. As anyone with any religious sensitivity will know, it is contrary to the very nature of sacred worship that the doors of a church should be closed on the people for whom it is offered; it is not called public...

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