Killeigh Parish in the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin,
- a parish reaching back through history to the coming of Christianity to Ireland.
Fr. John Stapleton,
Ph/Fax:- 057 9344161
Msgr. Tom Coonan,
Ph/Fax:- 057 9343517
Killeigh Parish Office,
Tullamore, Co. Offaly
Ph / Fax:- 057 9344161
WEBCAMS:- Live broadcast of all ceremonies from
Killeigh; Raheen and from Ballinagar;
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THE LORD OF THE HARVEST
TO HIS HARVEST
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Why not view our Facebook page of photoes etc
Visit your ancestors grave in Killeigh Old cemetery.
Thanks to work of Roseanna and Emma.
See slides of the Easter Morning Mass on the mountain
View some pics from the Official Opening of Ballinagar School.
on Pentecost Sunday
in Rome .
19th May 2013.
In Lampedusa 8.7.13
In Reo for World Youth Day 2013
KILLEIGH PARISH has five villages:- Killurin, Geashill, Ballinagar, Cloneygowan, & Killeigh.
The name KILLEIGH is thus explained:- Cill Achaidh, Church of the Field;
Earlier:- Acha Droma Fada, the field of the long ridge
Killeigh Parish lies in the shadow of the Sliabh Bloom Mountains. Geographically it is the biggest parish in the diocese of Kildare & Leighlin, and the second biggest in the country.
This parish can trace its history back to the coming of Christianity to Ireland.