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St. Modomnoc lived in the first half of the 6th century. He was a descendant from the clan of O`Neil from Ulster. Modomnoc wishes to serve God as a priest and went to Wales to receive a good education and training.
He studied at St. David’s Seminary, St. David being the patron saint of Wales.…
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Fund Raising Event in Piltown Community Centre
Saturday 26th March 2022
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Cake Sale, Fruit & Veg, Plants, Bric-a-brac, Teas and Coffees and Raffle on the day
Donation box will be available for contributions towards fuel for…
Forthcoming dates for your diary:
- Saturday 30th October Vigil mass 6 p.m. Piltown
- Sunday 31st October 10 a.m Mass in Owning
- Sunday 31st October; Vigil Mass for All Saints Day. at 6 p.m. Piltown
- Monday 1st Nov. All Saints Holy Day. Mass in Templeorum at 9 a.m.
- Tuesday 2nd Nov. All Souls. Mass at…
While we are now generally permitted to gather in greater numbers, COVID-19 remains a serious threat. Moving in a positive direction we need to continue taking sensible precautions. In church we will continue with the proven routines of ventilation, disinfecting, hand-cleaning, mask-wearing and maintenance of a personally responsible social distancing practice.
Please co-operate with the…
Piltown National School is now accepting applications for admissions for the 2022/2023 school year.
If you know of anybody who should be applying for a place for next year, please inform them. Details on the admissions process can be found on our school website by clicking on the link below;
A special Mass will be celebrated in Piltown Church at 3.30 p.m. to remember the three Waterford hurlers who were tragically killed in a road accident on the High Road locally while returning from Waterford v. Clare Under 21s on 4th April 1981. We will remember Tony Forristal aged 39, Martin O’Grady aged 19 and…