New Ross Parish Office and Pastoral Centre
New Ross Pastoral Centre is the first point of contact for many people with the parish and provides a range of services to parishioners and members of the town community. It opens from 10:30am to 4pm Monday to Friday. As well as the administrative functions of New Ross parish, the centre contains a repository of religious goods for sale to the community and provides genealogical information from the Parish registers on request to family members and researchers from all over the world.
Parish Team – Information about the priests and people working in the parish, including Parish Pastoral Council and Parish Finance Committee
Rt. Rev. Mgr. Joseph McGrath PP VF VG
Rev. Roger O’Neill CC
Rev. Tomás Kehoe CC
Sr. Teresa Walsh MSHR
Sr. Nuala Lahart MSHR
New Ross Parish Pastoral Council – a paragraph needed here to describe the work and functions of the PPC.
Rt. Rev. Mgr. Joseph McGrath PP, Rev. Roger O’Neill CC, Rev. Tomás Kehoe CC, Mrs. Nan Furlong (Chairperson), Ms. Geraldine Cullen, Mrs. Lizzie Connors, Mr. David Maher, Mr. Sean Furlong, Sr. Teresa Walsh MSHR(Secretary), Sr. Nuala Lahart MSHR, Sr. Elizabeth Breen RSM.
New Ross Parish Finance Committee – a paragraph needed here to describe the work and functions of the committee.
Rt. Rev. Mgr. Joseph McGrath PP, Rev. Roger O’Neill CC, Rev. Tomás Kehoe CC (Secretary), Mrs. Helen Roche (Chairperson), Mr. Adrian Maher (Treasurer), Mr. Des Moloney, Mrs. Grace O’Sullivan.
A wide variety of groups operate in our community, associated directly with the parish or having some mutually supportive engagement with us. Faith, social care, the work of justice and friendship are at the heart of our parish groups as we try to follow the great commandment to love one another.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
New Ross Parish Legion of Mary Presidium
New Ross Parish Bethany Support Group
New Ross Meals on Wheels
Old Folks Club
New Ross Parish Youth Centre
Holy Family Confraternity Band
Apostalate of Eucharistic Adoration
Schools and Religious
There are three primary schools and four secondary schools catering to the educational needs of the children of our community. We are also blessed to have a number of religious communities living and working in our community.
Sisters of Mercy
Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary
Michael Street Boys Primary School
St. Joseph’s Girls Primary School
CBS Primary School
St. Mary’s Secondary School
Good Counsel College
Safeguarding of Children – Information on Diocesan policies and links to NBSCCC, etc.
Safeguarding Person: Margaret Kehoe 051-421348