Welcome to the Kincasslagh Parish Website.
Kincasslagh is a rural parish of the Diocese of Raphoe, and is situated on the North West coast of Donegal. It is a popular holiday destination, and has been made famous by two of its successful sons, Daniel O’Donnell and Packie Bonner, and of course by Daniels big sister, Margo.
The purpose of this website is to bring you information that you may find useful about the parish and hope to bring you up to date information in the future about Mass times, parish events, the sacraments, etc.
Please click here to see all the pictures we have posted.
Please click here for some of our local walks
St. Mary’s Church, Kincasslagh
Saturday @ 7.00 p.m
Sunday @ 10.00 a.m.
This week starting 22nd August 2016
Wednesday @ 7.00 p.m.
Thursday & Friday @ 10.00 a.m. Fr. Eddie
St. Columba’s Church, Burtonport
Saturday @ 6.00 p.m.
Sunday @ 11.00 a.m.
This week Starting 22nd August 2016
Monday @ 10.00 a.m.
Tuesday @ 10.00 a.m.
Thursday @ 10.00 a.m.
Friday @ 10.00 a.m.
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- Telling the story of Heaven meeting Earth August 18, 2016Telling the story of Heaven meeting Earth by Michael Kelly August 18, 2016 A new documentary offers a fascinating glimpse of Knock shrine, writes Michael Kelly Parish priest of Knock Fr Richard Gibbons blesses holy water tanks. Knock holds a special place in the national imagination. For both believer and nonbeliever, the site of the Marian apparitions in 18 […]
- Flowers for the fairest August 18, 2016Flowers for the fairestLocal girls on Our Lady’s Island, Wexford, carrying baskets of fl ower petals to scatter before the Blessed Sacrament, carried by parish priest Fr Jim Cogley in the Assumption procession launching the island’s annual pilgrimage season. Photo: Terry McNamee. […]
After a very productive meeting on Thursday evening, it has been decided to introduce the following events in our parish.
During Lent, the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Rosary will be prayed after Masses in St. Columba’s Church, and will be available for all parishioners either in the chapel or using our Webcam.
24 Hours of Adoration will be held in each chapel.
In St. Columba’s, it has been proposed to hold 24 Hours of Mercy on Friday 4th and Saturday the 5th March, starting at 5.00 p.m. on Friday and ending at 5.00 p.m. on Saturday.
24 Hours of the Passion will be held in St. Mary’s on 24th – 25th March, Holy Thursday and Good Friday. Relfelctions on what Jesus was dealing with during these hours of the passion will be available.
In both chapels, groups are asked to take responsibility for an hour. It need not be a religious group, i.e., cards, bingo players, etc!
A pilgrimage to Kerrytown Shrine has been proposed from each chapel, carrying the images of the Divine Mercy, meeting at the shrine together to pray, on the 15th May this year.
The images of the Divine Mercy in each church will be set afloat throughout the houses of the parishes from Ash Wednesday onwards, so that the year of Mercy has a tangible presence in each townland, in as many homes as possible. A page will be available in each Chapel so people can ask for the image when it reaches their townland. Watch this space 4 more!