Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 6th August

“Lord”, they said, “it is wonderful for us to be here, let us build three tents …..” There is such a desire in us to build tents – static places that contain the Lord. Places we can visit and leave, notice or ignore but places beyond ourselves, at a safe remove. Churches can be tents too in a…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 30th July

Bishop Brendan Kelly has announced the following retirements and appointments in the diocese: Archdeacon Patrick Kilcoyne, P.P., Kiltimagh and Fr Thomas Mulligan, P.P., Attymass are both to retire. Fr Michael Quinn, P.P., Carracastle is to become Parish Priest of Kiltimagh. Fr John Maloney, C.C., Kilkelly is to become Administrator in the Parish of Attymass. Fr Gerard Davey, C.C, Swinford is to become Administrator in the Parish of Carracastle. These…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 23rd July

Cemetery Masses 2017: Please note the change of Vigil Mass Times for next Saturday. Mass in Glann church will be at 7pm and the Cemetery Mass will be in St Brigid’s at 8pm or if weather is not suitable, in St Joseph’s Church, Urlaur. St Patrick’s Kilmovee: Thursday July 27th at 8.00pm St Brigid’s Urlaur: Saturday July…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 16th July

This weekend we hear again the story told by Jesus about the planting of seed. The seed planted was all of a kind but it did not all grow the way the sower might expect of hope for. When asked to explain the meaning of the parable, Jesus speaks in a very clear and direct way about the different reasons…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 9th July

There will be Mass in St Brigid’s Cemetery, Urlaur on Saturday July 29th at 8pm This will take the place of the Vigil Mass in Urlaur Church. Please let relatives and friends of the parish know this Mass will be celebrated. Should weather not be favourable, Mass will be offered in the church. Please note that Mass in Glann on that evening will be celebrated…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 2nd July

Dublin, has been chosen by Pope Francis to host the next World Meeting of Families in August 2018. Started by Saint John Paul II, and held every three years, this major world event celebrates family as the cornerstone of our lives, and the fundamental building block of society and the Church. Families and others from all over the…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 25th June

There will be Mass in St Brigid’s Cemetery, Urlaur on Saturday July 29th. This will take the place of the Vigil Mass in Urlaur Church. Time to be confirmed. Please let relatives and friends of the parish know this Mass will be celebrated. Should weather not be favorable, Mass will be offered in the church. Naomh Mobhí Mass The Annual Mass in…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 18th June

It’s quite likely that no words in our Church’s Liturgical vocabulary are more regularly spoken than these. The languages may differ but the meaning is solid and real. “The Body of Christ”. Amen. The Body of Christ – what does it mean to us and for us? It’s about Jesus giving himself without limitation to…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 11th June

There will be a Corpus Christi Procession in Kilmovee on Sunday next, June 18th. It takes place after the 10am Mass and will take the usual route. We invite the children of the parish who made their First Holy Communion this year to join us in the procession. We would welcome also the help of the usual stewards. …Get your copy of this week’s…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 4th June

Best wishes to all students from the Parish who begin the Junior and Leaving Certificate examinations this week. Many thanks to those who attended our Mass in Glann Church on Tuesday last and to all the family members who came along as well. Thanks also to the members of the Parish Pastoral Council for your…