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Category: 2018

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 30th December

Dear Friends, As we approach the end of another year and mark the Feast Day of The Holy Family, may I thank you, one and all for your kindness and support during the past twelve months. It has been the first full year as a “one priest” parish and you have helped in no small [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 23rd December

He was found dead. People spoke with genuine sorrow and more than a little regret. He kept to himself. He’d moved from England. He used sit on a park bench and some would say hello to him. His little house seemed so small on the evening news. The houses around looked bigger but the TV [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 16th December

She had mentioned it to him before but for some reason brought it up again: “You really should clean out the shed.” He agreed and said he had been putting it off for a while but with the census happening and the pressure they would be under in the days to come, he felt she [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 9th December

Don’t just count the “shopping days” til Christmas. Give some thought to the “stopping days” as well! Time to “stop” and take stock … Time to reflect a little, pray a little and prepare. We have what it takes [ult_dualbutton btn_hover_style="Style 2" button1_text="Register FREE " icon_link="url:https%3A%2F%2Fwww.kilmovee.info%2Fregister%2F||target:%20_blank|" btn1_background_color="#1e73be" btn1_bghovercolor="#81d742" icon="Defaults-heart" icon_color="#dd3333" icon_hover_color="#dd3333" icon_style="circle" button2_text="Log in To [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 2nd December

Isn’t it so hard to wait? We are forever impatient with waiting, be at a traffic light, in a queue or at a supermarket checkout. How much more difficult to wait when we are looking forward to something! How many times have we heard from the lips of a child that he or she is [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 25th November

Though celebrating Christ The King, our day is not spent in Royal Palace or on Celebrity Red Carpets but in the here and now of life in this parish, this place and at this time. The KING before us is practically naked, blood stained, battered and bruised. He is riddled with doubts and hurt “My [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 18th November

The annual November Remembrance Service will be held in Kilmovee Parish Church on Sunday, November 25th, at 6.00pm. We will include there, the names of those whose funerals took place in the parish since November 2017 and the names of other relatives who have died elsewhere during the year. If you wish to have the [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 11th November

These names are found on a monument to the memory of men from Mayo who died and on a website listing all the available names of those who died. It is certain there are other names, we allow space for them too. We list them here, on the centenary of Armistice Day, with a prayer for the happy repose of their Souls [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 4th November

The annual November Remembrance Service will be held in Kilmovee Parish Church on Sunday, November 25th, at 6.00pm. We will include there, the names of those whose funerals took place in the parish since November 2017 and the names of other relatives who have died elsewhere during the year. You will be invited to submit [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 28th October

It has been decided to install emergency lighting and exit signs in Kilmovee Church in conjunction with the installation of the new heating system. This will mean an extended work period so Mass on All Saints’ Day will be in the Community Centre. The church should be open again for the evening Mass on All Souls’ Day. Get your copy of this weeks [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 21st October

Last weekend we had Fr Emilian with us. A native of East Africa and a priest of the Rosminian Order, he spoke to us of his Order’s Missionary Work in his own country and beyond. I think all of us who heard him speak were impressed, not least because deep down he doesn’t enjoy this [...]

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 14th October

Jesus uses the phrase in today’s Gospel that it is “easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter Heaven”. It’s worth noting he doesn’t say it’s impossible for a rich person to enter God’s Kingdom, rather it’s not easy. Not easy because the wealthy [...]

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