Feast of All Souls, Tuesday 2ndNovember
This year, on the Feast of All Souls, we invite you to gather with us in Kilmore Church at 7.00 pm for a short Prayer Service of Remembrance to begin our Month of Prayer for all our loved ones who have died. As part of our service, we will have a candle-lit procession to the graveyard where we will place our memorial candles on the graves of our loved ones. Memorial Candles are on sale at the Parish Office at a cost of €2 each. If the office is closed please put your contribution into the Honesty Box at the Parish Shop Counter.
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Anniversaries for Weekend of
Anniversaries for Weekend of October 16th and 17th
Saturday 6.00 Kilmore Quay
Oct.16th: Anne Kehoe of Ballyteigue and Stephen Whelan of Libgate whose 4th Anniversary occurs.
Oct. 23rd: We pray for all members of the RNLI.
Saturday 7.30 pm Tomhaggard
Oct. 16th: We pray for all those
in the frontline services.
Oct. 23rd: We pray for all parents of sick children.
Sunday 10.00 am Kilmore
Oct.17th: Pat and Bridget Bates, Woodville, Bridgetown whose anniversaries occur. We also pray for the late Sam Kendrick who was laid to rest during the week and for the late Henry Owens whose funeral service was held during the week.
Oct. 24rd : We pray for all Peacekeepers serving overseas.
Sunday 11.30 am Mulrankin
Oct. 17th: We pray for all those who are sick at this time.
Oct. 24thth: We pray for all Persecuted Christians around the World.
Weekday Mass Tuesday to Friday inclusive at 10am daily
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament resumes every Monday in Tomhaggard. Adoration for the blessed Sacrament every Thursday in Kilmore Church after Mass.
New Schedule of Sunday Mass
Times in our Parish
Sunday Morning Mass Times
Mass in Kilmore 10am
Mass in Mulrankin 11;30
Saturday Evening Vigil Mass Times
Mass In Kilmore Quay – 6:00pm In Tomhaggard- 7:30pm
You are welcome to contact the Parish Office Number 053 91 35181 If you can't join us in person you are encouraged to join with us at home by listening to our mass on your own radio The frequency is 103.90 fm.You are also welcome to join us on our Parish Webcam each day Tue- Fri at 10am and on Sunday also at 10am
Please keep in your prayers the soul of the late Father Murty Byrne, Parish Priest of Ballymore / Mayglass Parish and formally of Muchtown, Rathangan whose funeral mass took place on Friday in Ballymore where the main celebrant was the New Bishop of Ferns Bishop Ger Nash - Murty was the Beloved brother of Jim, Seanie, Blee and Ell. Sadly missed by his brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, parishioners, neighbours and friends. He will be sadly missed
"May He Rest in Peace"
Thought of the Week
“If we think about it, we grow not so much on the basis of our successes and the things we have, but above all in difficult and fragile moments. There, in our need, we mature; there we open our hearts to God, to others, to the meaning of life... When we feel small in the face of a problem, small in front of a cross, an illness, when we experience fatigue and loneliness, let us not get discouraged... because with God weakness is not an obstacle but an opportunity.”
Pope Francis and his words.. Lets pray for a true dialogue for all believers to work together for an end to war and violence and so pray for a lasting peace in our troubled world.
From 6th September
Religious services and ceremonies (for example Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, Weddings & Funerals) can proceed with 50% of venue capacity, regardless of immunity status of attendees.
(Subject to appropriate protective measures including social distancing as much as possible, hand sanitising, face masks etc).
All other measures designed to minimise necessary physical interaction during services should be maintained.
Our safety guidelines for all attending our churches for services after the 6th September 2021.
1. Hand sanitizers are available at each of the doors in the Church, which will be manned by our stewards.
We ask you to avail of these as you enter and leave the Church.
2. The Church now has increased capacity by 50% and
We ask you to adhere to social distancing and follow signage and direction from the ushers.
Seats available for use will have signage. Please only use these seats. Families are welcome to sit together.
3. Holy Communion will be distributed after the final blessing. If you are seated in the main body of the Church, please use centre aisle to receive. Return down the side aisles. For people in St Josephs please be guided by the usher as you go up to and return from receiving Holy Communion. After you have received the Eucharist, you can leave the church or return to your seat for personal prayer. This is entirely your decision.
Eucharistic ministers will sanitize their hands before and after distributing Holy Communion.
4. Holy Water fonts are strictly not in use.
5. The sign of peace is suspended.
6. Both collection boxes are placed at the back of the Churches as baskets are not permitted at this time.
7. Please observe social distancing while entering and leaving the Church and also in the car park.
Be guided by the stewards and ushers. Thank you.
Face coverings in Church Under the new government guidelines and in solidarity with the vast majority of our fellow citizens who actively promote and pursue as safe an environment as possible – in their homes, their places of work and places where they shop or gather, the wearing of face coverings in addition to the continuation of social distancing and sanitizing in our Churches as public Masses and services continue.
Keep Safe and Keep Well