Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 30th June

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…

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Welcome To A New Beginning…

I am thrilled & delighted to welcome James West to Kilmovee Info James will be taking on the day to day aspect of Kilmovee Info with lots of new ideas and features, he will soon be reaching out to community groups – looking to grow existing relationships and develop strong new ones. He will be…

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Great Time to Start

With all that’s going on this summer, what a great time to start work at Kilmovee.info. Hi my name is James and I have just taken over from Rupert on the Kilmovee website. Although Rupert will continue to post from time to time I will be trying to keep you all up to date with…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 23rd June

The Corpus Christi Procession will take place in Kilmovee on this Sunday afternoon, June 23rd, at 4.00pm. We invite as many as possible from the parish to attend and especially welcome children from the First Communion Class of 2019 to join us in procession. The procession will start and conclude in Kilmovee Parish Church with…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 16th June

Dear Fathers, On this Trinity Sunday, we celebrate too, Fathers’ Day and maybe that relationship between father and child has a place in today’s feast. To be a father, it seems to me, is to make of a person three persons – the man, the father and the spirit that exists between him and his…

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Kilmovee Parish Bulletin – 9th June

They were locked in a room and burdened with fear, joined one with the other in continuous prayer. “The Advocate”, he told them, “would descend from on high” but why he had to leave them they still wondered why. Below them people gathered with them Mary prayed; it was her desire their fears be allayed…

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