Welcome to our parish website – we hope you find it informative and return regularly. Your feedback is very welcome and please let me know if there are any errors or omissions.
For those who are not familiar with our parish, Monaleen is located to the east of Limerick city, just off the Dublin Road, in Castletroy. It was originally part of St. Patrick’s Parish on Clare Street, but was set up as an independent parish in 1971. At that time there were about 380 homes in our parish. Now we have approximately 4,400 homes.
Forty six years have seen immense changes in our parish. We have seen a vast increase in the size of our community, and a massive growth of our school population, with an additional primary school, and a highly successful second-level school, with outstanding achievements of our sporting clubs at both juvenile and senior level.
Our parish website has been online since 2003 and has built up a vast amount of information on all aspects of life in Monaleen, both church and community. I might have updated Msgr. Dan’s quote below, but it seems to be just as relevant today as it was in 2003.
“Welcome to Monaleen Parish Website which I hope you will find interesting and informative. Browsing through its pages, you get a glimpse of the many and varied activities of our parish life. May it also encourage you to get involved in your own community or come and join ours.”
Milford Hospice Harvest Fair
Will take place on Sunday, August 27th at the University of Limerick.
Items such as plants, bottles for the bottle staff and homemade cakes along with new items for the Wheel of Fortune will be accepted on the day only.
All other goods, such as toys, fancy goods, etc. are being accepted at the Hospice from August 14th.
For further details please contact the Fundraising Office on 061-485859/201758.
ISPCC Childline Limerick: Currently Recruiting!!
HAVE YOU 4hours FOR CHILDLINE IN 2017?
ISPCC Childline will be 29 in 2017 and 29 years later it is still the only 24 hour listening service for children & young people up to the age of 18 available in Ireland. Young people contact the service for a wide range of reasons such as bullying, sexuality, everyday chat and lots of other issues.
If you are able to commit to a 4 hour shift each week, and are interested in being involved in a listening service for children, as part of a team of dedicated volunteers, then contact us to find out more.
ISPCC Childline Limerick are looking to recruit weekend volunteers who have a genuine interest in wanting to chat & listen to children and young people about how things are for them living in Ireland today.
Training will take place at the start of September:
For more information or to book an Interview appointment email us at: email@example.com or call (061) 400077 for further details or any enquiries.
Hope to hear from you and have you with us in September 2017!