Monthly Archives: February 2016

Welcome and thank you for visiting our Parish Website. Our site is intended to be a source of information about the parish for locals and visitors. We hope that you find these pages both informative and supportive.

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St Mary Magdalene Church, Kilmyshall

St. Mary Magdalene Church, Kilmyshall was built in 1831. The architect Richard Pierce from Wexford, designed the Church. The Church is a large barn-type building with Gothic Georgian-style plain glass windows. These were replaced in 2003 with windows of identical pattern. The Church has recently been refurbished, and a new  marble tabernacle and marble ambo has been added and the Church has also been repainted and new lighting installed.
The Parish is served by our Priest Fr. Pat Duffy and the parish Council, whose aim is to build up a faith and caring community. It is our hope that our website will not only be informative, but will contribute to uniting all who live here and to help build up a community that is caring and willing to share their time and talents for the benefit of their parish community.


Vigil Mass (Saturday Night)      8:00pm

Sunday Morning:                       10:30am


Weekday Masses:

Monday Eucharistic Service   Tuesday 9:30am   Wednesday 7:30pm  Thursday 9:30am   Friday 9:30am

Every Tuesday 10:00am to 5:00pm (In the Oratory at back of Parochial House in Winter).


Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening after 7:30pm Mass. All are welcome.

Eucharistic Adoration

Eucharistic Adoration take place in St Mary Magdalene Church, Kilmyshall every Tuesday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. If you feel that you can spend time with Jesus present in the Blessed Sacrament please feel free to call in at any time during the day even for a few minutes. If you or someone you know would like to commit to an hour each Tuesday, please contact the parish office and leave your name and contact details. Jesus is waiting and welcomes all who call on him.



Pope Francis experienced himself, personally, this tension between being called by the Lord and being advised to wait. ‘This is an initiative which the Lord takes. The Lord calls. He calls each of those whom he wills to become priests’.

The story of a vocation by Jorge Mario Bergoglio.

It is the most important and for-reaching choice you will ever make.

If you feel called to the priesthood or religious life, don’t be afraid, to take that step and get in touch with your local

Vocations Director.

DIOCESE OF FERNS:  Fr. Billy Swan, 087 1225407/053 9235777.

More information about vocations to the Diocesan Priesthood can be found at: