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Month’s Mind Mass of Patsy Kelleher

KELLEHER – Patsy (Died September 5, 2022).   All of the family wish to express their sincere gratitude to those who supported and sympathised, sent Mass cards and bouquets.   Patsy’s Month’s Mind Mass will be held on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 11:30am in The Church of the Immaculate…...

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Funeral mourners to increase to 25 next month

THE NUMBER OF mourners allowed at funerals will be increased from 26 April but there is to be no change in Covid-19 regulations to allow for in-person Easter services. From 26 April, the maximum attendance at a funeral will increase to 25 people from the current maximum of 10 people. Guidance…...

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Attendance at Funerals

Attendance at Funerals (limited to 10) From Department of the Taoiseach Published on 15 September 2020 Last updated on 2 March 2021 Priority has to be given to families themselves in attending funerals, whether this is in the homes of the deceased or in the Funeral Home. Likewise attendance in churches and graveyards…...

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Bereavement and Grief

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic means we now have to follow social distancing and other measures. The things we would usually do after the loss of someone close now have to be done differently. A confidential bereavement support line is available from the Irish Hospice Foundation and HSE. The freephone service on 1800…...

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Funerals During Covid-19

We cannot spend time together in close contact during the pandemic. Unfortunately, funerals may be a little different during this time. Visit gov.ie for more information about restrictions on funeral numbers. Mourners will need to follow social distancing guidelines. This means keeping a distance of 2 metres (6.5 feet) apart. You…...

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