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Killucan

Welcome to the Camillian Community, Killucan, County Westmeath, Ireland.

We minister to both the residents in the Nursing Centre and to many people in the wider community.

Click on the LINKS below to see how our community lives and works

or

CLICK here to go straight to the Nursing Centre section to see some of the renovations we have been undertaking to upgrade the Nursing Centre.

 

Among our guests recently was Brother Walter Vinci, from the Roman Province. Bro. Walter, a native of Puglia, was here to learn English and is currently studying for a doctorate in the Theology of Pastoral Health-Care

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On the Feast of the Immaculate Conception 1591 St Camillus professed his vows as a religious for the first time

The day is celebrated in Camillian Communities throughout the world

Here are two pictures of our celebrations

We welcomed Fr William Coleman, a neighbour and parish priest of Rochfortbridge, to join us for the celebrations

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A NEW SHORT BIOGRAPHY OF

ST CAMILLUS

 

The 83 page book is post-card size with clear text

As well as the story of St Camillus, it contains the Novena to St Camillus and prayers used by the residents at St Camillus Nursing Centre

IT IS AVAILABLE FOR €3 DIRECTLY FROM ST CAMILLUS KILLUCAN OR BY POST

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The total cost by post is

€6.60 for posting within Republic of Ireland

€7.60 for all other destinations including Northern Ireland

 Cheques or Postal Orders should be made payable to: Order of St Camillus

 Brother John O'Brien, MI

St. Camillus,

Killucan,

Co. Westmeath 

 

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 Click here to read Pope Francis' message for World Day of the Sick 2017

 

Click here to go straight to the Nursing Centre page

 

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Sadly, we have been enjoying less than summer weather lately.

However, we have been really lucky that a small, dedicated band of green fingered helpers have been working away to bring a touch of colour to the Nursing Centre - both inside and out.

Here are Mags, Jim, Lillie & Kathleen brightening up the Centre. We are all very grateful to them for their hard-work and creativity.

We especially like the floral wellies Mags!

 

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If you are thinking about long or short-term care for yourself or a loved one why not contact use at:

044-9374196

or

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We are delighted to help in anyway we can, at what can be a difficult time.

You are welcome to arrange a visit to discuss a possible admission and to have a look at the work we do.

 

Read our latest HIQA inspection report here

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Click here for the Live Stream from our Chapel

Daily Mass - 10.30am

Exposition - Wednesday, 3.30pm to 5pm

Healing Mass - Last Thursday of the month 8pm

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1 Nursing Centre Statement of Purpose 5491
2 50th Eucharistic Congress - Killucan Celebrations 2729
3 Fr Richard's Ordination in Uganda 5102
4 World Day of the Sick 2013 2936
5 Monthly Healing Mass - PICTURES 5012
6 Community Chapel Crib 1879
7 Church of St Mary Magdalene. NEW PICTURES 13749
8 History of our Community 5614
9 The Nursing Centre 23596
10 The Killucan Community 10036
11 Letter to the Elderly - Pope John Paul II 10567
12 Lay Camillian Family 5445
13 Links 3701