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Clane Parish Church

IMG_9075Church of St. Patrick and St. Brigid, Clane

Saturday Vigil:- 6.30 pm
Sunday:-  9.30 am & 11.30 am
Monday to Friday:- 10.00 am (except when funeral Mass)
Saturday 10.00 am Prayer Service with Holy Communion

Holy Days:  (No Vigil) – 11.30am and 7.30pm only

Rathcoffey Church

Rcoffey Church wbChurch of the Sacred Heart, Rathcoffey

Sunday:- 10.30am

Holy Day: 10.30am

**1710 – 2010**

Welcome to the parish of Clane and Rathcoffey

Welcome to the parish of Clane & Rathcoffey. Our community is centred around the village of Clane in Co Kildare, and the townland of Rathcoffey.

We hope you enjoy visiting our parish website. We welcome your feedback so that we can improve our website and our parish.


The Clane & Rathcoffey Labyrinth

labyrinthA labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own centre and back again out into the world. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools…

Results of the Parish Lotto Draw held on Tuesday 16th July 2019

lottoWinners in the Parish Lotto Draw held in the Parish Centre on Tuesday 16th July 2019…

Presentation of Benemerenti Medals

benemerenti-173Bishop Denis Nulty  presented special BeneMerenti Medals to five parishioners on Sunday 16th June at the 11.30am Mass.

The BeneMerenti Medal is awarded by Pope Francis to men and women who have given outstanding and generous service to their local parish community…

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Clane – Rathcoffey Parish to support a Syrian Family

A group from Clane & Rathcoffey have come together to support a family from Syria through a project called “Community Sponsorship Programme”. Through this project – which is supported by the Irish Government – local communities commit their efforts to resettling a family from Syria within their area.

As part of the resettlement project, we will welcome the Syrian family by supporting them in establishing their home in our community and providing them with the friendship and emotional support they need for their first two years in Ireland….

Parish Novena – Fr Paul Lawlor

img_7509-2A sincere thank you to Fr Paul Lawlor, a priest from the Dominican community in Newbridge, who shared some of his fascinating journey with us on Monday evening at the final night of our parish Novena. Fr Paul worked for many years with Christian and Muslim people in Tehran, and was there through very difficult times for those who were practicing their Christian faith.

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