Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 19th March

Last year, for the Year of Mercy, we had 24 Hours for The Lord in the parishes of our diocese. It has been suggested we do the same again this year so at our Pastoral Council meeting during the week, we decided to begin with an Evening Mass in Urlaur Church on Friday 24th March…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 12th March

It’s a sight to behold when someone “shines” on a given day. A bride for example, seems to catch all, even her husband-to-be, by surprise as she walks down the aisle on her wedding day. A child in a school play, who finds the lines and delivers them with enthusiasm and innocence, shines brighter than…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 5th March

In this weeks Parish Bulletin – How Lucky I am??? Did you ever get one of those emails asking you to share your bank details so that someone can lodge a few million euro in your account and, in return, will give you a percentage of the fund? What brought that on? You might well…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 26th February

During Lent we will have one early morning Mass each week in Kilkelly and Kilmovee. This week we begin with Mass at 7am in Kilkelly and 7.30am in Kilmovee on Ash Wednesday morning. This gives you a good opportunity to begin the Lenten Season in a very positive way. Check bulletin each week to find…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 19th February

Jesus invites or maybe challenges us to go the “second mile” in this week’s Gospel Passage. Was struck by this photo and quote from Roger Slaubach. Chances are he’s right. Fewer and fewer people are willing to go that extra mile anymore. It’s possible too that they (we) feel enough has been traveled but Jesus…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 5th February

A reminder to all to be vigilant with your own property when attending Mass or visiting our churches. Please ensure that you do not leave items unattended or in your car or on church pews. In recent weeks we had some damage done to candelabras in some of our churches and it is, perhaps, a…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 29th January

Sunday 29 January marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week 2017. During this week we aim to celebrate the unique contribution that Catholic schools, both primary and post-primary, make to the mission of the Church in our local faith communities and throughout the wider church. This year’s theme is Catholic Schools: Learning with Pope Francis…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 22nd January

“To hear the whisper of the Lord, you must turn down the volume of the world. Find time to disconnect from everything around you and be still in His presence.” A visitor/pilgrim to Lough Derg wrote these words. He or she attached no name but shared the words later with the staff there. They feature…