As of October 2018 : Alternate Sundays at 10:00am
Coronavirus Update Monday March 29th 2021
On Sunday 4th April 2021 – Easter Sunday – at 10:00am Mass will be held for Easter Day of the Lord’s Resurrection.
With the agreement of the NI Executive, churches are now permitted to make a cautious return to public worship. From this Thursday 1st April (Holy Thursday) there will be restricted capacity allowed in the churches of the parish. If you wish to attend Holy Week ceremonies, weekday mass or Sunday mass, please adhere to the guidelines.
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 still attend mass online at http://churchservices.tv/derrygonnelly
The site of the Catholic Church in Boho is unique in Fermanagh, in that it is the only early Christian one where Catholic worship still continues to this day. We go back to St. Faber and the sixth century to trace this long faith tradition in Boho. Another great reminder of the antiquity of this Christian site, is the tall, carved, Celtic cross shaft that stands in the ancient churchyard of Boho. The Church of the Sacred Heart stands on the site of an early monastery or nunnery, where St. Faber carried out her work. The present Church was dedicated on Sunday 26th October 1913.