Welcome to the Parishes of Naas, Sallins and Two-Mile-House
Welcome, and thank you for visiting our parish website. We hope that you may find these pages informative and supportive. Lots of information- in Notices, in Events, and in our weekly Parish Newsletter. Or see more on Naas Parish FACEBOOK page.
An Invitation for New Ministers of the Eucharist for Naas Parish. Would you like to become involved and to serve as a Eucharistic Minister? We need ministers for our masses but especially in caring for our sick, aged and housebound. Presently we have nearly 220 housebound people that need to be cared for. There could be many more! We owe it to them to care for their spiritual needs. Think about it and consider making a commitment to help. Talk it over with one of the clergy or one of the present ministers. Full training will be given.
|January 23, 2017; 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Naas Parish Church Choir will practice on Monday 23rd January at 8pm in Ballycane Church. We sing at the 11am mass each Sunday in the Parish Church, Sallins Road. We currently have over 30 members but welcome more. We welcome Sopranos, Altos, Tenors and Basses. Would you like to join us? You are most welcome to come along. Just turn up for the practice. Further details 087 235 2545
As we look back on the year 2016, a historic one! We rightly remembered those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, thus bequeathing to our generation a land of hope and promise. These celebrations gave to our younger generation an appreciation of our past and the realisation of how blessed [...]
The Naas Parish Lotto Draw takes place every WEDNESDAY evening at 7.00 pm in BALLYCANE CHURCH HALL
JACKPOT NOW €1,500
Naas, Sallins and Two mIle House Parishes Development Envelope Boxes for coming year are now available for collection from the Church Porches or the Parish Office. Your support for this collection is and as always very much appreciated. It would greatly facilitate accurate record-keeping for tax relief purposes if you could write your name and [...]
The 7th Annual Pope John Paul II Award Ceremony took place on 2nd December in Askea with a total of 295 young people from the Diocese received their Pope John Paul II Awards from Bishop Denis Nulty. 35 young people from Naas, Sallins and Two Mile House received their Papal Cross Awards. These young people are involved in many Ministries in our parishes —17 of the Awardees were part of the Diocesan Group who travelled to World Youth Day in Krakow in July with Bishop Denis. We warmly welcome any new students in Transition Year in our Parish Secondary Schools who would like to sign up for Gold JPII Award. If interested phone Grace on 087-9838343, JPII Parish Co-Ordinator. We also welcome Fr. Joe O‟Neill who is joining the group.
Naas Parish Lotto continues into 2017 commencing on Wednesday, 14th December 2016. Tickets cost €2 each, or an Annual Membership costing €90. If you would like to join the Parish Lotto Draw or renew your Annual Subscription contact your promoter, The Parish Office, Ballycane Office, local retail outlets or call or text 086 163 5994 . If you’re not in you can’t win!!
On Wednesday 27th November Naas Parish had the opportunity to acknowledge the enormous contribution made by Mairead D‟Arcy to our Parish over many years working alongside many priests‟ as Pastoral Assistant. Grace Keevans, Chairperson of the Parish Pastoral Council in Naas, expressed on behalf of the Parish our deep appreciation and gratitude to Mairead for her dedication and generosity. Bishop Denis Nulty made a presentation to Mairead on our behalf, a heartfelt token of that appreciation. Mairead, we wish you, and Michael every blessing; good health, happiness and peace.
Next year 2017, a unique opportunity is being put before us, to travel as a Diocese on pilgrimage with Bishop Denis Nulty as our leader and spiritual guide. It will be a moment when as a Diocese we can come together with our Bishop and with people drawn from every Parish. Initial interest is very [...]
Neiland & Creane Organ Builders (Wexford), have told us that work is progressing well on the restoration and maintenance of our Church Organ, particular attention is being given to the pipework, facade, soundboards, bellows, console etc. Our Church Organ is regarded as one of the finest in the country, and so in many ways we are obliged to safeguard something that links us to the past and to those who have gone before us, ensuring that when heard in all its glory it will ….
Our Parish Church proudly boasts the impressive structure that is our Church Steeple, commenced in 1851 and completed in 1858. It stands 200 feet high and dominates the sky line of Naas Town. It can on a clear day be viewed from many miles away, it is as if our homes, our lives, our comings [...]