Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 8th May

A lecturer walked around a room while teaching stress management to an audience. As she raised a glass of water, everyone expected they’d be asked the “half empty or half full” question. Instead, with a smile on her face, she enquired: “How heavy is this glass of water?” Answers called out ranged from 8 oz.…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 24th April

Congratulations to our eight young friends who will receive their First Holy Communion at 11.30am Mass in Kilmovee this weekend. We wish them every happiness and blessing in life and congratulate their families at this special time. We also thank their teachers, Ms Meehan, Ms Feerick and Ms Kenny for all they have done to…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 17th April

In June 1981, Fr Stephen O’Mahony was ordained a priest for the diocese of Achonry. Five years earlier, his brother Dan, was also ordained. A year before that, in the Summer of 1975, Padraig Costello was ordained for our diocese and five years before that, Dominic Towey was ordained for the Diocese of Motherwell. Four…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 10th April

Peter is asked three times by Jesus; “Do you love me?” There’s a frustration, we’ve all felt from time to time, on being asked the same question by someone we love. Maybe it’s a parent, husband or wife, suffering from dementia and we are asked the same question repeatedly. Though we’ve answered, the answer has…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 3rd April

A mother once approached Napoleon seeking a pardon for her son. The emperor replied that the young man had committed a certain offense twice and justice demanded death. “But I don’t ask for justice,” the mother explained. “I plead for mercy.” “But your son does not deserve mercy,” Napoleon replied. “Sir,” the woman cried, “It…

Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 13th March

Truth is, we’d all be dropping the stones! Jesus knew what He was saying then and He knows what He’s saying now. This week we celebrated First Penance with eight of our younger parishioners. It’s not called “FIRST” for nothing. It suggests a second, third, fourth, forty-fourth and beyond! As Lent passes us by and…