Graiguecullen Killeshin parish is a welcoming, worshipping, community, committed to living the Gospel in our daily lives. Nourished by the Eucharist we strive to live in justice, truth, love and peace, so that others may say of us: “See how these Christians love one another. Our churches, celebrations and ceremonies are open to all people of goodwill. There is a seat reserved for you at the Lords table in St Clares or Holy Cross church every Sunday and special feast day. Your participation will strengthen the Body of Christ so as to serve the whole community. All our Ministry Groups are open to all and you are always welcome to join any of them.


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 |


'Our first Mass back after 136 days'

What a special moment when Fr. John was greeted with an applause of thanksgiving as he came out on the Altar this morning. Thank you to the Poor Clares and all who made this first Mass back so life-giving.

St. Clare’s Church


Holy Cross Church


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The Rosary (with Poor Clare Sisters) followed by the Angelus – Mon to Sat @11.40am

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Please Note

Please note that now that the churches are re-opening there will be no night prayer on Mondays and Fridays and the Holy Hour will take place only once per month. The Poor Clare Sisters will continue to pray

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Church Services

Church Services for this weekAll our services can be viewed via webcam on or on facebook Mass: Monday to Saturday @ 10am The Rosary: (With the Poor Clare Sisters) followed by The Angelus – Mon to Sat @ 11.40am

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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:

Parish Finances

The parish depends on contributions from the community to maintain church buildings, grounds and services.
During lockdown contributions to any of our parish collections can still be made in the parish centre or through the
parish donate button on the diocesan website
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!


Swim Programme Commencing Mon 14th Sept 2020


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