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Bishop Ray Browne at the official opening of the new 15-bed specialist palliative in-patient unit at University Hospital Kerry on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

Bishop Of Kerry’s Message Of Encouragement For May

May 1, 2020 at 10:14 am Comments are Disabled

Bishop of Kerry, Ray Browne, has issued a message of hope and encouragement to parishioners as a new month beckons… This May turn to Our Lady, Queen of Peace for strength and peace. With Covid-19 many people will find this May upsetting and distressing. Prayer to Our Lady each day […]

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Bishop Ray Browne at the official opening of the new 15-bed specialist palliative in-patient unit at University Hospital Kerry on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

Bishop Of Kerry’s Message Of Hope For Holy Week

April 7, 2020 at 10:33 am Comments are Disabled

Bishop of Kerry, Ray Browne, has issued a A Holy Week Message of Hope to parishioners in the diocese… This Holy Week and Easter the ceremonies will be celebrated, without a congregation, at the traditional times in the parishes throughout the diocese. Priests will be celebrating on behalf of all […]

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Bishop Ray Browne at the official opening of the new 15-bed specialist palliative in-patient unit at University Hospital Kerry on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

A Message Of Encouragement From Bishop Ray Browne

March 31, 2020 at 9:56 am Comments are Disabled

Bishop of Kerry Ray Browne has issued a message of encouragement to all going through the Coronavirus crisis… “We are in week three of a most difficult journey. In all our parishes we journey one day at a time, supporting and encouraging one another. This journey will end, our ordinary […]

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Bishop Ray Browne at the official opening of the new 15-bed specialist palliative in-patient unit at University Hospital Kerry on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

Bishop Says There Will Be No Public Masses Until Further Notice

March 19, 2020 at 2:41 pm Comments are Disabled

MASSES in the Diocese of Kerry will not be celebrated until further notice. Bishop of Kerry Ray Browne has issued a statement this afternoon, updating last week’s information issued when the Government issued guidelines on mass gatherings. The statement reads as follows: “As promised last Friday I now issue ongoing […]

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Bishop Ray Browne at the official opening of the new 15-bed specialist palliative in-patient unit at University Hospital Kerry on Friday afternoon. Photo by Dermot Crean

The Bishop Of Kerry’s Christmas Message

December 17, 2017 at 10:57 am Comments are Disabled

Bishop of Kerry, Ray Browne, hopes people give thanks for the goodness in their lives in his Christmas message here… So the shepherds hurried to Bethlehem and found Mary and Joseph and the baby Jesus lying in the manger. It was exactly as they had been told. Luke 2:16 The […]

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No More Sunday Funerals In Diocese Of Kerry From September

No More Sunday Funerals In Diocese Of Kerry From September

May 14, 2017 at 12:49 pm 1 comment

THE Bishop of Kerry, Ray Browne, has announced that there will be no more funerals on Sundays from September 1 this year. The announcement was made at Masses this weekend. No funerals will take place on Sundays in all parishes in the diocese of Kerry i.e. Mass Funeral Service or […]

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Attending the annual Mass for the Holy Souls at Rath cemetery on Wednesday evening by the Bishop of Kerry Ray Browne. Photo by John Cleary.

Mist Fails To Dampen Spirits Of 5,000 At Rath Cemetery Mass

July 10, 2014 at 3:15 pm Comments are Disabled

ORGANISERS estimate that up to 5,000 people went to the annual Rath Cemetery Mass on Wednesday night. Bishop of Kerry, Ray Browne, was joined by 17 other clergymen to celebrate the annual Mass at the People’s Altar. “The Bishop was thrilled with the Mass and the turnout,” said Chairman of […]

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