Live Streaming from Carlow Cathedral

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

New camera equipment has just been installed in Carlow Cathedral to provide for multiple views of the sanctuary from a single camera. Bernard Geraghty (Carlow Cathedral Parish Manager) reports that the PTZ (Pan, Tilt and Zoom) Camera has made possible a much richer experience for those availing of the live streaming service. “We were delighted with the feedback we had from parishioners over the past few months. They really appreciate being able to join our congregation for daily and Sunday Mass. There was much comment about not really being able to see the priest – so we decided to address the criticism and improve the service with the latest technology.”

PTZ cameras allow a single camera to provide multiple preset views. In the case of Carlow Cathedral there are views of the full sanctuary width, the Ambo, Altar and the priests chair. We can provide more information about camera installation and about our live streaming services – just get in touch today. or call 065 670 3000.

Tamlaght O’Crilly Greenlough Parish new website

Monday, April 15th, 2013

Rev. Fr. Oliver Crilly PP and the team in Greenlough Parish, Co. Derry went live with their new website in April 2013.  (more…)

Our Lady of the Rosary Parish Limerick new website

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Very Rev. William Walsh (P.P.) and Very Rev. Thomas J. Ryan (C.C.) are delighted to announce that the Our Lady of the Rosary Parish, situated in the diocese of Limerick on the Ennis Road, has a new website which went live at the end of March 2013. (more…)

St. Aidan’s Cathedral, Enniscorthy

Friday, April 5th, 2013

St. Aidan’s Cathedral, Enniscorthy launched their website at the end of March 2013. (more…)

Launch of Shannon Parish live webcam

Monday, February 11th, 2013

St. Senan’s Parish in Shannon Co. Clare has become the first parish in the Diocese of Killaloe to operate a live webcam from one of its Churches. The live feed from SS. John and Paul’s Church is being officially launched on Ash Wednesday (13th February 2013) at the beginning of the season of Lent.  (more…)