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Killeigh Parish in the Diocese of Kildare & Leighlin,

- a parish reaching back through history to the coming of Christianity to Ireland.

PARISH PRIEST:-

Fr. John Stapleton,
Parochial House,
Killeigh,
Tullamore,
Co. Offaly
Ph/Fax:- 057 9344161

ASSISTANT PRIEST:-

Msgr. Tom Coonan,
Geashill,
Tullamore,
Co. Offaly
Ph/Fax:- 057 9343517


PARISH OFFICE:-

Killeigh Parish Office,
Parochial House,
Killeigh,
Tullamore, Co. Offaly
Email: office@killeigh.com
Ph / Fax:- 057 9344161

Secretary available:-

Tue, Wed, Thurs & Fri

10.30am to 1.00pm

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The Jubilee Year of Mercy WAS inaugurated on December 8th, the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception and will run until November 20th of 2016 which is the solemnity of Christ the King. Archbishop Fisichella said for the first time in the history of Jubilee Years in the Church, this one offers the possibility for individual dioceses around the world to take part in the event by opening their own Holy Door, or Door of Mercy, in a cathedral, or church or at a shrine that is popular with pilgrims.  (Vatican Radio)

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Parish Office Opening Hours:
Normally open Tues, Wed & Thursday
10.30am – 1.00pm
Book Masses, Certificates, etc.
Phone 057-93-44161



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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.

 
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