Fáilte and welcome wherever you are
Bagenalstown Parish is situated in the beautiful Barrow Valley in the county of Carlow, Ireland. We welcome you to our web-site and hope you find it interesting and informative, challenging and creative. We invite you to be interactive with our web-site and with the parish and we welcome suggestions.
Tuesday 28th February – Tuesday 11th April 7:30pm
Bagenalstown Parish Church
7 Nights Rosary will be recited at 7:10pm
TUESDAY 28th February [...]
A Young Man with a Mission
Congratulations and well done to Dylan Kehoe, who has been involved in organising events and fundraising for charity since he began his studies at Dublin City University. Dylan is President of the University’s Student Union for the current year. A son of James and Mary Kehoe, The Lord Bagenal [...]
Bagenalstown Notes Carlow People
REVIEW OF 2016 – July to December
Death of young Bagenalstown native shocks the community.
The sudden death of Sarita O’Shaughnessy, Limerick and late of Maple Drive, Bagenalstown on Monday, June 27, at the early age of 40 years sent shock waves throughout the community. She was daughter of the [...]
Review of Year2016 January to June.
St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Just 16 days to go before we celebrate the Feast of St. Patrick again. As part of the 1916 Commemoration the Parade is celebrating all that is good about our town and area. This year’s Parade intends to recognise all the positive aspects and achievements of groups, organisations and individuals within [...]
It is with great sadness and disappointment that we must announce the cancellation of this year’s Dawn Mass. We have been blessed not to have had any accidents on the mountain since we began. However , more and more people have had to withdraw from their marshalling roles , and we feel that it [...]
ACI-the Association of Catholics in Ireland are hosting a discussion forum on the recent encyclical from Pope Francis “Laudato si” (on the care for our Common Home-The Environment) on Thursday 15th Oct-8 pm in the Parish Centre [...]
Anyone heading to the ploughing this year is warmly invited to pop in and say hello to us in the diocesan tent at stand: Block 3, Row 26, No. 444
With a programme of events every day, a chance to vote for a “Poem for the Ploughing”, blessed salt and prayer [...]