Church of our Lady Assumed into Heaven
In 1976, the Church of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven was built at Doonbeg. This striking octagonal building, seating 500 worshippers, was specifically designed to suit the liturgical requirements of Vatican II. Once built, the bell from the old church, bearing the inscription “Me Vocante, Deum Laudate” (“At my call, praise God”) was transferred to it. This church replaced the old cruciform church, which had been built in 1813.
In preparation of the forthcoming changes to schedules across the Cois Fharraige Pastoral Area we are asking people who wish to book baptisms, weddings & masses to make direct contact with Fr. Kenny & Fr. Haugh at Kilkee Parish Office.
Tel: 065-9056580 or email email@example.com
St. Senan’s Church, Bealaha
From the 1850’s, before the building of the present church at Bealaha, mass for this part of the parish was said in various houses in the locality and finally at a chapel constructed at one end of the old parochial house in Baltard. This chapel was known as “Singleton’s Room”, from its former occupant, the landlord John Singleton.
St Senan’s Church, Bealaha, a medium-sized rectangular structure, was built in 1869-1870. Further renovations were carried out in 1984 when the sanctuary was re-ordered and a new lighting & heating system was put in place.
7.30pm Saturday (winter time)
8.00pm Saturday (summer time)
Mass Times at Local Catholic Churches
Saturday 6.00pm (Winter) 7.00pm (Summer)
Sunday 10.00am & 12.00pm
Saturday 6.00pm (Winter) 8.00pm (Summer)