Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 31st July

By Sunday we will have celebrated Mass in four of the Cemeteries in the parish (St Celsus’ Cemetery, Kilkelly, St Patrick’s, St Celsus’ Culmore and Naomh Mobhí).

During the week we will celebrate Mass at Urlaur Abbey with a special remembrance there for all who are buried in its hallowed grounds and later in the year we will celebrate Mass in St Brigid’s Cemetery, Urlaur.

All these Masses are very well attended and important to all who come along to say a prayer and remember the dead. It raises the question, “WHY?” Why are these so important? Why do we place such emphasis on remembering the dead?

It is not because of death but because of life. We don’t remember people because they died, we remember (and love) them because they lived

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