I established Kilmovee Info in 2009 which has now become the #1 point of contact for many community groups & clubs from the Parish. Along with news & information about whats happening Kilmovee Info attends events and publishes photos here and across our social media. #kilmovee

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 8th September

The shadow of the cross is never too far away from any of us. Seldom is it deserved and never is it welcome. The Lord didn’t embrace it either. It was laid on his shoulders and he journeyed and, indeed, fell beneath its weight. Along the way, he received support – the forced support of…

Group Water Scheme – Water Leak

There is a major leak affecting the Glann Charlestown and Lecarrow areas of the group water scheme. It will require repair which will be carried out tomorrow (Monday 12th August 2019) morning which will cause disruption to service for a period of time. Please share to help spread the word.

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 11th August

Last year I went to visit my aunt for a few days. She lives in Richmond, Virginia and has a great sense of what matters to her. She is not, in any sense, materialistic but one who has a deep sense of sentimentality and of what holds value for her. She was washing the dishes…

Photos: Kilkelly Heritage Day 2019

Why the delay in posting the photos? Well, I had to dry off, still dripping from the day before and the Urlaur Pattern I attended the Kilkelly Heritage Day 2019 which mostly stayed dry — Then came the rain! Once again the committee threw everything at this event, from ploughing & thrashing to Eagles &…

Photos: Urlaur Pattern 2019

Sadly, for once Met Eireann got it right for once – The Yellow weather warning for rain happened… But we’re hardy bucks here in the Parish of Kilmovee and the slightly reduced Urlaur Pattern 2019 went ahead almost as planned. The bouncy castles were sent home, the highly popular sports event and soccer did fall…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 4th August

During the week, I visited a home where a newborn baby had arrived. His mother was sitting beside me, holding her little boy and I took his foot in my hand. It seemed so small and yet everything it needed to be was there. Perfection. It made me think a little about life, how precious…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 28th July

This weekend, we will celebrate Mass in three of our Parish Cemeteries: Culmore, Naomh Mobhí and St Brigid’s and, on Monday we will celebrate Mass at Urlaur Abbey – there remembering, all buried in the Abbey Grounds. On Thursday last, we gathered in St Patrick’s Cemetery to celebrate Mass there. These Masses are very important…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 21st July

When Jesus visited the home of Martha and Mary, what did he expect to receive there? It’s most likely fair and accurate to say he expected to feel welcomed and wanted. Chances are, he also expected to be fed. We know the house that is good for food and Jesus was no different. In the…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 14th July

Where are we in this story? The wounded one left on the side of the road? The ones who passed by, hurried and failing to respond? The one who “takes pity”? This is a story of NOW. It is a story about choices. CEMETERY MASSES 2019 Please note the following dates for Cemetery Masses: ST…