Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 1st October

As we begin the month of October, we are reminded that it is a month associated with the Rosary – a call, a-fresh perhaps – to spend some time with this prayer. Many of you say it daily, if not numerous times in the day. For others, it might be less frequent. It remains quite a prayer. There’s a lovely…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 24th September

We look forward to welcoming new Altar Servers to our churches in the coming weeks and are thankful to all who continue to Serve this year. May God bless you all. …Get your copy of this week’s parish bulletin to continue reading this and much more by clicking on the ‘download’ button below… Each week we have the…

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Presentation Night – In Kilkelly

There will be Mass in Kilkelly Church on Friday, September 29th at 8 pm. We will make a presentation to Fr John and, following Mass, there will be some refreshments served and music played in the church. If you’re a baker, you might like to bring something along to the table and maybe a tune as well! Envelopes were included in last week’s bulletin…

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Kilmovee Foróige – Registration Night

The highly popular Kilmovee Foróige to hold it’s registration night this September. Foróige is the leading youth organisation in Ireland and has been working with young people since 1952.  Our purpose is to enable young people to involve themselves consciously and actively in their development and in the development of society. The name Foróige is derived…

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Kilmovee Info Powered by New Laptop

Only 18 months ago, I bought a new laptop with your help, this was a bargain basement yolk but worked hard in its short life. To keep Kilmovee Info up-to-date with news, photos, security updates and more needs a hardworking volunteer (that’s me) and a harder working laptop is required. I have mentioned many times before about the…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 17th September

I was at an All-Ireland Semi-Final once. It was in 1975 and Sligo played Kerry. I was twelve years of age. I’d forgotten that Sligo had to play Mayo twice (another year of replays!) and eventually became Connaught Champions by a 1 point victory. It was plenty 🙂 I remember going to Dublin with my parents and at least one brother, if…

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