.Mallow Parish.

Diocese of Cloyne

Hello & welcome to Mallow Catholic Parish website. We are delighted you have taken the time to join us here. Our beautiful parish is situated at the centre of Munster in County Cork, Ireland and we are fortunate indeed to be served by a dedicated team of Priests and laity. We have endeavoured to include as much as possible into this site to aid you with your parish life and spiritual journey. But if you think we are missing anything, feel free to send us an email on parishmallow@gmail.com. Remember to spread the word of this site to your loved ones and colleagues, home and abroad with a special invite to join us for any of our Masses or ceremonies via our live webcam feed from St. Mary’s Church on Mallow’s Main Street. God’s Blessing to You All.

THIS WEEK'S PARISH NEWSLETTER IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD - CLICK ON NEWSLETTER LINK BELOW


First Friday Mass:
3rd December in St. Mary's Church at 7.30 p.m.

____________Sunday 12th December - Bambinelli Blessing
Over the past number of decades, on the Third Sunday of Advent, children and adults bring their Baby Jesus figurines (Bambinelli) from their homes to St. Peter's Square where they are blessed by the Pope.
All children and families are invited to bring the 'Baby Jesus' figurine from their cribs at home to be blessed at all Mallow Masses, on the Third Sunday of Advent (11th/12th December).
Following the blessing, families take their 'bambino' home, wrap it and as a family open that parcel first on Christmas morning and the youngest member of the family would place it in the crib. A gift of the presence of Christ in the home this Christmas._______________
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Covid-19 Guidelines:
Please wear a mask in the Church. Remember to stay the right distance apart and do not congregate at the rear of the Church. Thank you.



PRIEST ON DUTY FOR THE COMING WEEK:

Monsignor Anthony O'Brien

SUNDAY MASSES

ST MARY'S

Saturday Vigil Mass at 6.30 pm

Sunday morning 8.30 am and 11 am

CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION

Saturday Vigil Mass at 7.30 pm

Sunday morning 10 am and 12 noon

WEEKDAY MASSES IN MALLOW

ST MARY'S

10 am Monday to Saturday

CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION

Daily at 9.15 am

Churches open for prayer until 6.00 pm

Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10.30 a.m. to 5.00 pm at St Mary's

WEEKLY CONDUCTED HOLY HOUR

Sundays 7.30 - 8.30 pm in ST Mary's Church

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE PARISH CLERGY

THE PARISH OFFICE IS OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY

9 - 10.00, 10.30 - 1.00, 2.00-5.00

TO BOOK MASSES FOR SUNDAYS AND WEEKDAYS - ESPECIALLY MONTHS' MIND MASSES AND ANNIVERSARIES - PLEASE PHONE :

Parish Office 022 20276

Collections

Thank you for your support of the parish at Sunday Masses

Methods of Contributing Online and through your bank: 1. On-line It is now possible to give your contributions to church collections on-line. Click the DONATE button at the top of this page.

Click on: 1. Sunday Collection (recurring). Filling in here the amount you wish to donate every Sunday (recurring), giving your Envelope Number, together with your personal and bank account details will mean that the specified amount will be automatically deducted from your bank account in favour of Mallow Catholic Parish account every week. All data is safely encrypted. You will be notified every time money leaves your account. If you choose this method it will eliminate all anxieties about handling cash and handing in envelopes. There is a separate section to be filled in for the different collections held in the parish during the year including the offerings to the priests. 

2. A Standing Order with your bank is another method of contributing. Parish bank details: Bank of Ireland, Bank Place, Mallow. IBAN: IE62

BOFI 9028 8012 2513 68 BIC: BOFIIE2D

3. Payment by cheque to Mallow Catholic Church

4. Envelopes can be handed in to any of the priests’ houses

Thank you for your continued support

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