Killaloe (Clare)

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Welcome to the Parish of Killaloe

You are very welcome to the Ireland Reaching Out parish of Killaloe Co Clare

About Killaloe

The irish of Killaloe is Cill D?lua meaning Lua's church. It is a large village in east Co Clare. The village is on the south end of Lough Derg, while the settlement spreads across the River Shannon, with the County Tipperary side known as Ballina. The surrounding area is popular for hill-walking.

The Killaloe Electoral Area is one of six such areas in County Clare and returns four members to Clare County Council.

The diocese of killaloe is the second largest diocese in Ireland.

Contact Us St Lua's church next to the Catholic Church of St Flannan's, Killaloe

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