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Dioceses of Tuam, Limerick & Killaloe

a part of the Church of Ireland and a member of the Anglican Communion

Welcome to the

Dioceses of Tuam, Limerick & Killaloe

a part of the Church of Ireland and a member of the Anglican Communion

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WELCOME to the website of the Church of Ireland/Anglican diocese of Tuam, Limerick and Killaloe.
We hope you will find much that is of interest here concerning our worship, witness, history and geographical context.

We are a relatively ‘new’ diocese, configured in its present form as recently as 2021. We cover about one third of the island of Ireland, with areas of the Midlands, the West and SouthWest and in particular the stunning coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way over the long distance from South Kerry to the edge of Co Sligo.

The area is replete with natural beauty, warm-hearted people, and a great variety of human activities from agriculture to high-tech industry to tourism to abundant centres of higher education. Our diocese includes the historic cities of Limerick and Galway.

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CRA Information - the Utd Dioceses of Tuam, Kilalla and Achonry's CRA No. is 20015237. The Utd Dioceses of Limerick & Killaloe's CRA No. is 20015688. The dioceses united in November 2021 to become the Utd Dioceses of Tuam, Limerick & Killaloe. The Diocesan Councils remain separate.
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Booking opens soon for ICMA Summer School 2024, taking place 2nd - 4th July 🗓 The theme of this year's summer school is 'Water of Life'

We look forward to welcoming you all to Maynooth!
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Passionate about preserving our heritage for future generations? So are we!

Our Community Heritage grant scheme is now open for applications. The scheme supports community/voluntary groups nationwide with heritage projects- built, natural, and cultural.

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The Turning Heart - 2nd Sunday in Lent 2024

Lent is a pilgrimage, a journey into, perhaps, previously uncharted territory and not always the most comfortable of places. But in all the talk of repentance during Lent, we should also remember that the word in its Greek and Hebrew roots means much more than simply feeling sorry. Repentance implies not just a turning away from, but also a turning towards, a commitment to something.
A journey that we should undertake without reservation or pre-conditions.
Any journey changes us, however short or seemingly trivial, we move from one place to another, but also from one state of being into somewhere, something, someone – new. The Gospels speak of metanoia - and we also hear from Leonard Cohen in his Psalm 50 from 'The Book of Mercy'.
As it is for journeys in life, how much more so for the journey of life.

Canon Kevin O’Brien M.A. - Rector
St Nicholas Adare, with Croom,
Kilpeacon & Kilmallock churches
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Lent is a pilgrimage, a journey into, perhaps, previously uncharted territory and not always the most comfortable of places. But in all the talk of repentanc...

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