Pentecost Triduum of Prayer

The Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin invites you to a Triduum of Prayer that is taking place across the Diocese.

Households across the diocese are invited to dress their front doors with red ribbons for Pentecost Sunday. An image of a dove can be downloaded and added to the ribbons also. If you have a windchime in your garden you may like to add it to the decoration or place it near your door. Once more, people are invited to send their photos on Pentecost Sunday into the kandle Facebook page.

Click here to access some of the texts that will be prayed and sung on each night.

Beginning on Wednesday 27th May at 7.30pm, these three nights of prayer will lead us through what it means to live the true meaning of Pentecost during the time that we find ourselves in.

Entitled Faith, Hope and Love: Living Pentecost Today, each night will take on one of these acts and through the mediums of song, word and prayer we will explore them in the context of the coming of the Holy Spirit and the current pandemic.

The Triduum of prayer leads us to join with Bishop Denis on 30th May as he celebrates the Vigil Mass of Pentecost in Carlow Cathedral and celebrate the birth of the Church and the coming of the Holy Spirit.

Tune in each night at 7.30pm on the following links:

Naas 27/05 https://www.naasparish.ie/our-parish/naas-webcam/
Naas YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ-MEFmcFzOsvSPm137Rjpw

Portlaoise 28/05 http://www.portlaoiseparish.ie/web-cam/
Portlaoise will also be live streamed through Shalom World https://shalomworld.org/watchlive

Graiguecullen 29/05 https://www.mcnmedia.tv/cameras/graiguecullen-killeshin-parish-carlow
Graiguecullen will also be live streamed through Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/GraiguecullenKilleshin/

Cathedral 30/05 Vigil Mass for Pentecost Sunday at 6.15pm http://www.carlowcathedral.ie/webcam/