Thank you for visiting our Parish website, and wherever you are in the world, I extend a Céad Míle Fáilte, a hundred thousand welcomes to you from the Parish of Botha, in the Diocese of Clogher, Ireland.
Coronavirus Summer 2021 Update
Wash your hands before leaving your home, and please use the hand sanitizer on arrival in the church. If you have any symptoms of COVID-19, or any illness which would make you vulnerable, please do not attend. The wearing of a face covering is mandatory for all who attend. Please take a seat when invited to do so by the stewards and remain in that seat. You are not free to move to a different seat or indeed to another part of the seat to which you have been assigned. At Holy Communion time you will be invited by the stewards to leave your seat and move forward to receive the Eucharist. Please wait until called forward. On leaving the church, please follow the directions given and keep your distance from those outside of your bubble.
Remember you can attend mass online at http://churchservices.tv/derrygonnelly
The Parish of Botha (Derrygonnelly) is an extensive rural parish in the Northwest of County Fermanagh. The village of Derrygonnelly, has a population of approximately 800 and is situated almost at the centre of the parish and is ten miles north of Enniskillen on the B81 road. The parish stretches to the shores of Lough Erne on the east and reaches the Barrs of Boho on the west. According to the diocesan geography atlas “Boho contains some of the greatest landscapes in all of Co. Fermanagh, extending from the well manicured lakelands in the East to the towering limestone escarpments a few miles to the west”. The parish has three churches, St. Patricks at Derrygonnelly, Sacred Heart at Boho and Immaculate Conception at Monea.