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Bishop Of Cassel-lrra
The Archdiocese
Archdiocese
of Cashel and Emly
Emly
(Irish: Ard-Deoise Chaisil agus Imligh) is a Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
archdiocese in mid-western Ireland. The archdiocese is led by the Archbishop of Cashel
Archbishop of Cashel
and Emly, who serves as pastor of the mother church, the Cathedral
Cathedral
of the Assumption and metropolitan of the ecclesiastical province of Cashel and Emly. The Diocese of Cashel was established in 1111 by the Synod of Rathbreasail. The ecclesiastical province, which was roughly co-extensive with the secular province of Munster,[1] was created in 1152 by the Synod of Kells. The cathedral church of the archdiocese is located in Thurles, County Tipperary
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Thurles Cathedral
The Cathedral of the Assumption is the mother church of the Metropolitan Province of Cashel and the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly in Thurles, County Tipperary in Ireland. It is the cathedra of the Archbishop of Cashel and Emly and stands on the site of earlier chapels, which were the only Roman Catholic churches in Thurles. Following the English Reformation, many archdiocesan assets, including the cathedral at the Rock of Cashel were appropriated by the Established church. James Butler II (1774–91),[1] on being appointed by the Holy See moved his residence and cathedra from Cashel, favouring Thurles instead, where his successors continue to reign today.Contents1 History 2 Architecture 3 Gallery 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] Following the appropriation of church assets by the Church of Ireland, the majority population who adhered to Roman Catholicism were obliged to conduct their services elsewhere
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Roman Catholic Diocese Of Killaloe
The Diocese
Diocese
of Killaloe (/ˌkɪlæˈluː/; Irish: Deoise Chill Dalua) is a Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
diocese in mid-western Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel.[1] [2] The cathedral church of Ss Peter and Paul is situated in Ennis, County Clare. The incumbent bishop of the diocese is Fintan Monahan.Contents1 Parishes 2 Ordinaries 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksParishes[edit] The diocese is divided into a number of parishes or groups of parishes. Most are located in County Clare, followed by County Tipperary. There are five parishes in County Offaly, one group parish in County Laois
County Laois
and one parish in County Limerick
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Cashel, County Tipperary
Cashel (/ˈkæ.ʃəl/; Irish: Caiseal, meaning "stone ringfort")[3] is a town in County Tipperary
County Tipperary
in Ireland. Its population was 4,051 at the 2011 census.[4] The town gives its name to the ecclesiastical province of Cashel. Additionally, the cathedra of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly
Emly
was originally in the town prior to the English Reformation. It is part of the parish of Cashel and Rosegreen in the same archdiocese.[5] One of the six cathedrals of the Anglican Bishop of Cashel and Ossory, who currently resides in Kilkenny, is located in the town. It is in the civil parish of St
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Galbally, County Limerick
Galbally (Irish: An Gallbhaile, meaning "town of the stranger or the foreigner") is a village in southeast County Limerick, Ireland, on the border with County Tipperary. It is located at the foot of the Galtee Mountains and at the western approach to the Glen of Aherlow. The Aherlow River, flowing down from the Galtee mountains, runs by the village, to meet the Suir at Kilmoyler a short distance north of Cahir. Galbally is in a valley overlooked by the Galtee Mountains.Contents1 Overview 2 Places of interest 3 Facilities, clubs and amenities 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksOverview[edit] Galbally is part of the Catholic ecclesiastical parish of Galbally & Lisvernane which straddles the Limerick-Tipperary border
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Newport, County Tipperary
Newport (Irish: Port Nua or formerly Tulach Sheasta) is a town in County Tipperary
County Tipperary
in Ireland. It is in the barony of Owney and Arra. In the 2011 Census the population stood at 1,806[1]Contents1 Location 2 History 3 Newport today3.1 Education 3.2 Transport 3.3 Religion 3.4 Services 3.5 Amenities3.5.1 Association Football 3.5.2 GAA3.6 Social activities/groups4 External links 5 ReferencesLocation[edit] It is located approximately 8 km from Birdhill
Birdhill
and 16 km from Limerick. The Newport River, a tributary of the Mulcair (or Mulkear) River and it flows through the middle of the town where it is joined by the Cully River. Newport is nestled in the foothills of [Silvermine MountainsSilvermine mountain range] The highest of these mountains is Keeper Hill a well used local hiking and walking area
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Pallasgreen
Pallasgreen
Pallasgreen
or Pallasgrean (Irish: Pailís Ghréine, meaning "stockade of Grian") is a village in East County Limerick, situated on the Limerick–Tipperary N24 road. The name means "the Stockade of Grian," referring to an ancient Irish Goddess of Love, whose is associated with the a nearby hill of Nicker. Just a short distance down the road is the related town, Old Pallas, and roughly three miles south of Pallasgreen
Pallasgreen
is Sarsfield's Rock[1], a large rocky outcrop near the church of Templebraden. The Rock looks down on the site where Patrick Sarsfield
Patrick Sarsfield
destroyed the Williamite artillery during the Jacobite-Williamite War
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Borrisoleigh
Borrisoleigh
Borrisoleigh
(Irish: Buiríos Ó Luigheach, meaning "O'Lea's Borough"[1]) is a village/small town in County Tipperary, Ireland. According to the 2011 census, the village has a population of 708, an increase of 82 people on the 2006 census.[2] In recent years the population has exceeded 1,000 and historically the population has been around 8,000. It is in the ecclesiastical parish of Borrisoleigh
Borrisoleigh
and Ileigh
Ileigh
in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.[3]Contents1 Location and access 2 History2.1 Catholic church 2.2 Church of Ireland 2.3 People3 Amenities 4 Economy 5 Sport 6 See also 7 Notes 8 References 9 External linksLocation and access[edit] The town is part of the civil parish of Glenkeen
Glenkeen
in the historic barony of Kilnamanagh Upper. It is situated on the R498 Nenagh– Thurles
Thurles
road
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Templemore
Templemore
Templemore
(Irish: An Teampall Mór, meaning "The Big Church") is a town in County Tipperary, Ireland
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Suffragan Diocese
A suffragan diocese is one of the dioceses other than the metropolitan archdiocese that constitute an ecclesiastical province. It exists in some Christian denominations, in particular the Catholic Church, the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, and the Romanian Orthodox Church. Although such a diocese is governed by its own bishop or ordinary, the metropolitan archbishop has in its regard certain rights and duties of oversight
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Roman Catholic Diocese Of Cloyne
The Diocese
Diocese
of Cloyne
Cloyne
(Irish: Deoise Chluana)[1] is a Roman Catholic diocese in Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel (also known as Munster).[2] Following the resignation of bishop John Magee, the diocese was administered by its metropolitan, Dermot Clifford, until the installation of William Crean
William Crean
on 27 January 2013.[3][4] The cathedral church of the diocese is St Colman’s Cathedral.Contents1 Geographic remit 2 History2.1 Lordship of Ireland 2.2 19th century3 Today3.1 Parishes 3.2 Notable clergy 3.3 Child sexual abuse and cover-up4 Ordinaries 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksGeographic remit[edit] Cloyne
Cloyne
diocese is located in the northern and eastern parts of County Cork. The major towns in the diocese are Cobh, Fermoy, Mallow, Midleton
Midleton
and Youghal
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Roman Catholic Diocese Of Cork And Ross
The Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Diocese
Diocese
of Cork and Ross (Irish: Deoise Chorcaí agus Rosa) is a Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
diocese in southern Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel (corresponding rather closely to the civil province of Munster) and is subject to the Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly.[1] The diocese is in the secular province of Munster. The diocese was formed by an ex aequo principaliter union on 19 April 1958, between the Dioceses of Cork and Ross.[2] The incumbent Ordinary is the Most Rev. Dr. John Buckley
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Roman Catholic Diocese Of Kerry
The Diocese
Diocese
of Kerry (Irish: Deoise Chiarraí) is a Roman Catholic diocese in south-western Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel (also known as Munster) and is subject to the Archbishop of Cashel
Archbishop of Cashel
and Emly.[1] The diocese was established in the early 12th century as the " Diocese
Diocese
of Ardfert
Ardfert
and Aghadoe"
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Roman Catholic Diocese Of Limerick
The Diocese
Diocese
of Limerick
Limerick
(Irish: Deoise Luimnigh ) is a Roman Catholic diocese in mid-western Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel (also known as Munster) and is subject to the Archbishop of Cashel
Archbishop of Cashel
and Emly.[1] Following the resignation of bishop Donal Murray, the diocese was administered by its metropolitan, Dermot Clifford, until the installation of Brendan Leahy on 14 April 2013. The cathedral church of the diocese is St John's Cathedral.Contents1 Geography 2 Ordinaries 3 Diocesan statistics 4 Recent events 5 See also 6 External links 7 ReferencesGeography[edit] The diocese contains most of County Limerick
County Limerick
and parts of counties Clare and Kerry
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Roman Catholic Archdiocese Of Tuam
The Archdiocese
Archdiocese
of Tuam
Tuam
(Irish: Ard-Deoise Thuama) is a Roman Catholic archdiocese in western Ireland. The archdiocese is led by the Archbishop of Tuam, who serves as pastor of the mother church, the Cathedral of the Assumption and Metropolitan of the Metropolitan Province of Tuam. According to tradition, the "Diocese of Tuam" was established in the 6th century by St. Jarlath
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Roman Catholic Diocese Of Waterford And Lismore
The Diocese
Diocese
of Waterford
Waterford
and Lismore (Irish: Deoise Phort Láirge agus Leasa Móire ) is a Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
diocese in southern Ireland. It is one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of Cashel (also known as Munster) and is subject to the Archbishop of Cashel
Archbishop of Cashel
and Emly.[1] The Reverend Dr. Alphonsus Cullinan, previously serving as a pastor in Rathkeale, Ireland, in the Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic
Diocese
Diocese
of Limerick, was installed Bishop of the Diocese
Diocese
of Waterford
Waterford
and Lismore on 12 April 2015
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