• Welcome to St. James' Parish Glenmore.

    "Before you speak it is necessary for you to listen, For God speaks in the silence of the heart"

  • All bookings for funerals, weddings, baptism and anniversary masses must be made directly with Fr. O' Toole.

     

    The sick and house bound of the Parish are visited by Fr. O' Toole on the first Friday of every month. Should anyone wish to be added to this list please contact Fr O' Toole to arrange.

  • Mass Times

     

     

    broken image

     

     

     

    Saturday 25th May NO MASS

    Sunday 26th May 11.00am

    Joan Stamp, Newbawn & Glenmore

    James & Maura Kelly, Aylwardsftown

    Monday 27th May 10.00am

    Tuesday 28th May 10.00am

    WEdnesday 29th May 10.00am

    Thurday 30th May 10.00am

    Friday 31st May 10.00am

    Satruday 1st June 7.00pm

    Bartley & Edward Holden, Cluain

    Mary Doherty, Moulerstown

    Months Mind Mass

    Sunday 2nd June 11.00am

    Mairita Cummins, The Vilage

    Joan Butler, Moulerstown.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    broken image

     This weekend, we celebrate the Feast of the Blessed Trinity; Father, Son and Holy Spirit: “The Glory of God is a human being fully alive”. (St. Irenaeus). This is our deepest vocation; to be a good human being and to be a good Christian. We cannot be one without the other. Our deepest calling is to become the people God intended us to be. During our life on earth, we are and always will be, incomplete, imperfect. That is why we say, ‘To err is human’. None of us is fully kind, fully patient, or fully moral or virtuous. We cannot live up fully to our laws or to our ideals. That is why we resent the demand that we be faultless; to be faultless is to be a bit inhuman! Therefore, a good-humoured acceptance of human imperfection is essential if we are to be happy. We accept our limited selves and at the same time we work to develop our talents. We are a mixture of good and bad, strong and weak, faithful and unfaithful, angel and devil. Our task in life is to overcome our faults and to develop our God-like qualities. So, we try to be unselfish, loving, loyal, compassionate, just, truthful, chaste and so on. We try to overcome fear, guilt, shame, anxiety, lying, dishonesty and the thousand vices that are part of life. We reverence good and moral people because of the help and example they give us. We reverence the three persons of the Blessed Trinity: Father, Son and Spirit who come to help us in our weakness. On this Trinity weekend, we celebrate the love which the Father, Son and Spirit have for each one is us. It is this love that helps us to feel loved and to be able love others. It is love that makes us fully human, the people God means us to be. That is our happiness. In difficult times, when we feel that no one loves us, we can ask God for help, and even the worst day will not be as bad as we expected. God guides us each day and helps us to become more fully human.

     

  •  

    View our Current Parish Newsletter here.

    Newsletter for 26th May 2024. Feast Day of the Most Holy Trinity

     

  • Glenmore Parish Mass streaming service.

    Weekday masses will be streamed live at 10.00 am

    The 1st, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the month at 7.00 pm

    Every Sunday at 11.00 am

     

    The Divine Mercy Prayer's will also be live streamed on webcam and will be available on the handset directly after 10.00 am mass on Wednesday 's

     

  • Donate

    Your support of our parish is greatly appreciated and many thanks to all who contribute but if you feel you would like to contribute to our parish. Please contact our Parish Office to register for envelopes which facilitate regular contributions to our parish. Alternatively contributions by standing order can be arranged.

    Currently the main sources of income into Parish Funds is derived from weekly envelope collection and the offertory basket collection at Mass / First Sunday door collection. All of this money is lodged to the Parish account and is used for the day to day running expenses / upkeep of Parish Hall, Car Park, Church and Graveyard.

     

     

     

  • St James' Parish Glenmore

    Charity Reg No. 20015831

     

    Located in South Kilkenny in the Diocese of Ossory.

    The Parish Church is dedicated to St James the Apostle.

     

    Parish Priest: Very Rev, Thomas O' Toole

    Parochial House, Glenmore Via Waterford, Co. Kilkenny

    Mobile: 087 2240787, Email: tm5-tle@hotmail.com

     

    All bookings for funerals, weddings, baptism and anniversary masses must be made directly with

    Fr. O' Toole.

     

    The sick and house bound of the Parish are visited by Fr. O' Toole on the first Friday of every month. Should anyone wish to be added to this list please contact Fr O' Toole to arrange.

     

    Baptisms Saturday at 5.00pm and Sunday at 11.00am

    Confessions after 7.00 pm mass every 1st and 3rd Saturday evening.