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 to families, as evidenced by the very many who travel to...
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 home of Martha and Mary, he knew there would be...
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:
Thursday, July 25th at 7.30pm
Saturday, July 27th at 7.00pm (no Vigil...
Last week, I was at a retreat in Killenard, Co. Laois. Being involved in this work has become a part of my life and I have to say I enjoy it.
On retreat, I meet people - priests, religious and lay - who want to spend a bit of time in prayer and reflection around their own lives. It is something of a privilege to...
This has become quite a week in Kilmovee Parish, with musicians and want-to-be musicians converging for days of sharing and learning tunes and musical instruments as well as singers singing and learning songs, not to mention dancers learning new steps.
I am sorry to be away for the opening Mass of this year’s Summer School but thankful to Fr Malachy Smyth and Fr Seán Coyle...