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Kilronan parish in North Roscommon is the only parish in County Roscommon in the Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnois. It is bounded on the south by the River Feorish, a tributary of the Shannon, and on the east by the Shannon and Loch Allen. On the north it borders County Leitrim and on the west County Sligo. The parish is approximately 66 square Kilometres in area. It has three Villages Keadue, Ballyfarnon and Arigna. The Parish is named after St Ronan one of the two Patron Saints of the Parish the other is St. Lasair.

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Choose a “glorious possibility” Bishop of Limerick urges women in crisis pregnancy By Susan Gately - 30th December, 2018


By Susan Gately - 30 December, 2018.  Any sense that abortion is a progressive step for our country, for what we stand for as a nation, is misplaced, says Bishop Brendan Leahy in end of year reflection. Photo courtesy of Limerick Diocese While legislation now ...Read On

Parish of Kilronan Accounts 2017


Arigna Income 2017     Arigna Expenses 2017   Donation  €1,972.07   Brass Altar Stand, Brass Shrine Electrification  €...Read On

Two Lives one Love


“Two Lives, One Love”   ...Read On