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…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 28th May

As we walk again in the shadow of violence, our thoughts are with your time spent on this earth and the difference you sought to make. You spoke of peace not war, love not hatred, and turning to not away from our neighbours. Where has it all gone wrong? Why has it all gone wrong?…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 21st May

A few lines written in March, following the loss of the crew of Rescue 116 at Black Sod, Co. Mayo. On Monday last I heard your sound you in sky and me on ground, on the phone, chatting with a friend wondered where your journey’s end? Someone somewhere was in need prayed you’d reach them…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 14th May

Congratulations to our First Holy Communicants who will receive First Holy Communion this weekend at 11.30am Mass in Kilmovee. The children from the three schools of the parish have prepared well for this day and we pray that it will be numbered among their happiest of memories. Congratulations as well to their families and, once…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 7th May

“I ask parish communities, associations and the many prayer groups present in the Church, not to yield to discouragement but to continue praying that the Lord will send workers to his harvest. May he give us priests enamoured of the Gospel, close to all their brothers and sisters, living signs of God’s merciful love.” –…