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The Diocese under the pastoral leadership of Bishop Brendan Leahy and the management of Ms Catherine Kelly together with a body of committed lay people.
The Pastoral Plan came out of the Diocesan Synod held in 2016. The 6 pillars outlined were informed by the Diocesan Listening Process and delegate voting.
The Diocese of Limerick actively promotes the welfare of children and encourages their participation in the life of the Church.
The Diocese of Limerick has celebrated a Diocesan Synod, the first in 80 years. It has been an event of the Holy Spirit, an experience of deep encounter, a time of hope.
The Christian vision states that family life is sacred and its activities holy, and that the family can be described as the "domestic Church".
Our youth ministry programmes, pilgrimages and events are all centred around three flames, Failte, Foghlaim & Gui
To help girls and boys prepare for their first Reconciliation (Confession), First Holy Communion and Confirmation, our own Fr Chris O'Donnell has worked with iCatholic, on behalf of the Catechetics Council of the Irish Bishops' Conference, to produce video lessons for First Communion/Confirmation children and their families.