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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 25th December

So this is Christmas and what have we done? It’s not a bad question and maybe one that needs a bit of time … As we come to the end of the year in the Parish we might well ask “What have we done?” It’s not easily answered of course and the initial response might [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 18th December

We will gather at the Crib in Kilmovee Parish Church on Christmas Eve at noon. This has been a special and prayerful feature of recent Christmas Eve afternoons and we look forward to welcoming the children and their families as we gather in faith to place the Figures in the Crib and reflect briefly on [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 11th December

The times of Christmas Masses are as follows: Kilmovee: Christmas Eve 8pm & Christmas Day 10am. Urlaur: Christmas Day 11.30am. Kilkelly: Christmas Eve 9pm & Christmas Day 11.30am. Glann: Christmas Day 9.45am Masses for New Year’s Day (Sunday 1st January 2017) will be celebrated as follows: Kilmovee: 10am Urlaur: 11.30am Glann: 9.45am Kilkelly: 11.30am There [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 4th December

The journey continues! We’re into Week 2 and it’s another opportunity to put the Spiritual House in order. Just as we might have the “shopping list” for Christmas, so too we might need a “Soul List”. What needs to be pencilled in there? Confessions? Penance? Prayer? Mass? Make your mark - make the difference! We’re on [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 27th November

A journey begins, we begin afresh the journey to Christmas. Everywhere we turn, people will seek to rush Christmas as if it’s already here. It’s not though! We need to be patient and let the season of Advent be what it’s meant to be, a time of waiting and sorting out what needs to be [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 20th November

We are at the final Sunday of the Church’s Year and celebrate the Feast of Christ The King. We’ve been here before, of course, and with God’s help will be again but what does it mean to and for us to call Christ our “King”? This week we hear of people being called to Trump [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 13th November

Irish dioceses are set to mark the conclusion of Pope Francis’ Jubilee Year of Mercy with Masses of Thanksgiving over the next two weekends. These Masses will be celebrated ahead of the formal conclusion of the Jubilee Year of Mercy which will be led by Pope Francis in the celebration a special Mass of Thanksgiving [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 6th November

We’ve all wondered what it’s like! Heaven, afterlife, beyond the grave... Truth is we don’t know and can’t know. It’s only through a journey into deep faith that we can decide to accept that there has to be something beyond all of this. On Easter Sunday we celebrate the Empty Tomb and it’s in that [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 30th October

The month of November is a special time when we remember our departed family and friends. To mark this month rosaries will be recited in our cemeteries:   [kleo_list][kleo_list_item]St. Celsus, Culmore Sunday 13th November after 11.15am Mass in Kilkelly,[/kleo_list_item][kleo_list_item]St. Celsus Old Cemetery, Kilkelly Sunday 20th November after the 11,15am Mass in Kilkelly,[/kleo_list_item][kleo_list_item]Naomh Mobhi, Kilmovee on [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 23rd October

All peoples and cultures have the right to receive the message of salvation which is God’s gift to every person. This is all the more necessary when we consider how many injustices, wars, and humanitarian crises still need resolution. Missionaries know from experience that the Gospel of forgiveness and mercy can bring joy and reconciliation, [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 16th October

In the coming weeks, simple ceremonies will take place around the world to mark the closing of the Jubilee Year of Mercy. During the week, I heard someone say at a meeting “It seems a strange thing to talk about closing the door of mercy”. A fair and accurate comment. There is, of course, no such [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 9th October

We will hold our Remembrance Service in Kilkelly Church on Sunday November 20th at 6pm. In the coming weeks we hope to write to those families in the parish who have been bereaved between November 2015 and October 2016, inviting them to join us. We also will include any of your relations that might have died elsewhere during those [...]

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