Graiguecullen/Killeshin parish is a welcoming community that strives to live out the Gospel values in our daily lives. As a family of faith, we try to model our parish on the early Christians who prayed together, celebrated Eucharist and looked after one another. Nourished by the Eucharist we endeavour to live in justice, truth, love and peace, so that others may say of us: “See how they love one another”. 1 Peter: 1:22


If you are concerned about the welfare and safety of children or vulnerable adult contact Diocesan Designated Liaison Person (DLP):Ms Kathleen Sherry
Ph:085/8021633 |

Parish Finances

The parish depends on contributions from the community to maintain church buildings, grounds and services.
Contributions to any of our parish collections can still be made in the parish centre or through our
parish website donation button above.
Alternatively, contributions can be made directly from your bank by direct debits/standing orders.
The parish account details are: Account Name: Graiguecullen Church - BIC: BOFIIE2D IBAN: IE12 BOFI 9065 3123 3222 21. Please put your name and address in the reference box. This is a really easy way to contribute to your parish!

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Bingo will take place on Tuesday 27th February. St. Fiacc’s Hall @ 8.30pm. Jackpot on 50 numbers €2,260 Double number €1,090 Lotto €600       

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Parish Centre

The Graiguecullen / Killeshin Parish Centre officially opened on the 27th of April 2009 by Former President of Ireland Mary McAleese.

Opening Times

Monday – Friday – 9:00am – 5:00pm

Closed for Lunch – 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Phone: 059 9141833 | Email:

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St. Clare’s Hospitality / Food Kitchen Tuesday, 27th March 2018 St. Clare’s Hospitality opened it’s doors in May 2015 serving food 3 days a week to those who needed it most in our community