Farewell Alan and Anne Synnott

On Friday 3rd November the clergy of TKA with their spouses gathered for lunch in the Castlecourt Hotel to bid a proper and personal Farewell to Alan and Anne Synnott, onetime of Skreen Parish, as they begin their ministry in the Diocese of Armagh. The Dean of TKA, Very Revd...

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Errislannan Restoration Appeal

An appeal has been launched to aid the restoration of Errislannan. If anyone wishes to donate please follow the link. https://www.gofundme.com/errislannan-church-appeal  

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Holy Trinity Errislannan Vandalised

https://www.gofundme.com/errislannan-church-appeal The Church of the Holy Trinity, Errislannan stands on a wild Connemara peninsula some fifteen minutes drive south and west of the seaside town of Clifden in County Galway. It is an unassuming little church, charming in its simplicity. Divine worship is held there during the summer months of...

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Annual Clergy Conference

The annual TKA Clergy Conference took on a different aspect in 2017. This year we were joined by the clergy of Limerick and Killaloe Diocese. This is a reflection of the fact that both dioceses are striving to co-operate more closely in a spirit of sharing resources, building relationships and...

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Bishop Rooke’s Address to Diocesan Synod 2017 in Full

The United Dioceses of Tuam, Killala and Achonry Bishop’s Address to the Diocesan Synod – 23rd September 2017 It is a great pleasure to welcome you all to the Annual Meeting of the Tuam, Killala and Achonry Diocesan Synod. I extend a particular welcome to all of you who are...

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New Archdeacon for Killala and Achonry

At Diocesan Synod, Bishop Patrick announced that he has appointed Rev Stephen McWhirter to be Archdeacon of Killala and Achonry to succeeded Rev Alan Synnott. When asked for his reaction to the appointment, The Venerable Stephen McWhirter said, ‘ I’m delighted to have been appointed to this position and count...

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TKA Diocesan Synod 2017

The Diocesan Synod of Tuam, Killala and Achonry met on Saturday 23rd September in Saint Mary’s Cathedral, Tuam. After the Eucharist, Bishop Patrick opened the session with a wide-ranging address. He began by thanking outgoing Diocesan Secretary and Treasurer, Heather Sherlock and Paul Ryan respectively, for their years of service...

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Diocesan Administrator Appointed

TKA has new team member. Mrs Heather Pope has been appointed to the recently created post of  ‘ Diocesan Administrator of Tuam, Killala and Achonry’. This post is an amalgamation of two former posts. The first was that of Diocesan Secretary which has been held by the inimitable Heather Sherlock...

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Farewell!

It is with sadness tinged with joy that we announce the departure to pastures new of The Venerable Alan Synnott, Archdeacon of Killala and Achonry and Incumbent of Skreen Group of Parishes in County Sligo on foot of his appointment to  the Camlough Group of Parishes (Bessbrook) in Armagh Diocese....

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