© Sunday's Well
In Kilfinane, there are two wells in close proximity in the townland
of Thomastown. Both wells are situated within the one field. The first
is Toberreendoney or Sunday's Well. This well is said to be the old site
of Lady's Well, the other well in the field. Danaher claims that Sunday's
Well is a souterrain and sometimes holds water. There is no tradition
of any devotions at this well.
© Lady's Well
Lady's Well is about 50 yards further on from Sunday's Well. A statue
was erected at this well in 1999 and the bushes are decorated with rags
that were left as offerings. The statue, however, is located deep within
the bushes and briars that surround the well, and is difficult to see.
According to legend, a blind man was cured at the well and the water is
the well will not boil. In 1999 a congregation lead by Fr O'Connor walked
from the church in Kilfinane to Lady's Well.
There was also a well in the townland of Kilfinane called St. Finnane's
Well but the exact site of this well is unknown.
© The Marion shrine in Kilfinane
There are two shrines in the parish. The Marian Shrine was
erected in the Marian Year of 1954. This shrine is located at Mill Hill.
© Sacred Heart shrine
The statue to the Sacred Heart is in the Main Street in Kilfinane.