Welcome to our Parish

Welcome to the website of Ferrybank and Slieverue Parishes in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ossory in Ireland. Both Parishes are also part of the the Comar Trí nUisce Pastoral Area which also includes the Parishes of Glenmore and Rosbercon.

We hope that this website will provide a means of communicating information about our Parishes and the wider Church Community as we try to live with Joy the gospel of Jesus Christ through celebrating our faith and service of one another.

Mass Times

Sacred Heart Church, Ferrybank

Mon - Thurs 10.00am
Saturday 7 pm Vigil
Sunday 9.30am, 11.30am
Holy Days 7 pm on Holy Day

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Church of the Assumption, Slieverue

Friday 10.00am
In the event of a funeral the 10 am Mass on Friday will be replaced by a Liturgy of the Word with the distribution of Holy Communion
Saturday Vigil 6.00pm
Sunday 10.30am
Holy Days 10.30 am

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Masses & other Faith Celebrations Saturday14th May – Friday 20th May

April 21, 2022

Saturday 14th May

First communion: Ferrybank: 11 am

Vigil Mass:  Slieverue  6  pm / Ferrybank  7 pm

Sunday 15th May (5th Sunday of Easter)

Mass:  Ferrybank 9.30 am, Slieverue 10.30 am,  Ferrybank 11.30 am

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An Easter Message from Bishop Denis

April 16, 2022

Everyone remarks these days on how good it is to be able to gather. These…

Pastoral Letter of Bishop Nulty: Praying for Peace

March 7, 2022

I echo the call of Pope Francis for prayer and fasting this Ash Wednesday to end the war in Ukraine. In times of trouble we call on the tender mercy of God “to guide our feet into the way of peace” (Lk.1:79)

But it’s not enough to pray just for one day. It’s not enough…

Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults

March 4, 2022

The National Board for the Safeguarding of Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland (the National Board) will be commencing their review of safeguarding practice in the Diocese of Ossory on March 21st. This review is to assess the safeguarding practice in the Diocese of Ossory against the Catholic Church in Ireland’s current standards as…

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