Ballybunion

  1. St. John’s Church Ballybunion

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PARISH PRIEST:

Fr. Sean Hanafin

PARISH SECRETARY:

Geraldine O’Connor

PARISH OFFICE OPENING HOURS:

Mon, Wed, Fri 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

TEL: 068 27102

SACRISTAN: Annemarie Breen.

mail address: ballybunion@dioceseofkerry.ie

LIVE MASS BROADCAST via our Facebook Page: St. Johns Parish Ballybunion

Click here for Fr. Seán’s Sunday message

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Email address: ballybunion@dioceseofkerry.ie

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Renovation cost €2.2 million.

A Descriptions of God

 

God is described as God who looks after us. A God who will look for the lost, bring back the stray, bandage our wounds and show us where to rest. such a consoling description. We all have wounds to be bandaged, all humans stray. our God will find us and take care of God’s people.

 

Love of God and Love of Neighbour.

All are Welcome in God’s Kingdom

 

 

 

 

The Cross of Jesus 

 


Growth and Life 

The Parable of the Sower.

 


Overburdened

 

Corpus Christi

 

Trinity 

 


Gifts of the Holy Spirit

 

 

Feast of the Ascension 

Promise of the Spirit 


The Rose Window

 

 

Doubting Thomas 

 

Easter Day

Passion Sunday 


Lent

Experience of God

Lent is for us to make contact with God.

Love your Enemies

The Bible

The Bible is read at every gathering of Christians. It inspires the community to live like Jesus.

The Apostles with Jesus 


The Baptism of Jesus 

Christmas.

 

St. Joseph 

 

 

Joy

Advent

 

 

Giving Thanks

 

Love and Kindness are never wasted……..Liam O’Flaherty–

Teach us to Pray.


God is Near 

 

 

 

Love One Another 

The message or theme of The Gospel is the teaching of Jesus ‘love one another’.

 


Listen to the Voice of Jesus

 

Easter

The light of the Paschal.

 

 

Human Dignity 

 


Life is Fragile 

Let your voice be heard 

Allow Peace to Break out.



Blessed are the Poor.

”Lord I am not worthy”


God’s Word

 

The Baptism of Jesus 

 ‘This is my Son in whom I am well pleased’ 


 

God becoming human made all humans equal. 

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Renovation cost €2.2 million. We ask locals and visitors  to contribute and also to encourage family and friends at home and abroad.

 

 

Ballybunion Parish statement 2020 Click Here

Purple is the colour dominating Churches during Advent. Vestments, Candles and Banners are all in Purple. 

The Advent Wreath

 

The Advent Wreath is set up in the Church to help us count off the weeks to Christmas, the coming of the Light (Jesus) into the world. The Pink Candle on the Advent Wreath symbolises the Joy of God as God’s people turn to God in trust.

Painting of Pope John Paul II

Carmel McCarron painted this image of Pope John Paul II in 1988.This beautiful painting now hangs in the Sacristy of Ballybunion Church as part of the Church’s heritage.


Red Banners and Confirmation.

Red Banner

Red banners are hanging in Ballybunion Church since the end of September. Red is the colour for Sacrament of Confirmation.


The Remembrance Tree.

The Remembrance Tree

Praying for the dead is one of our strongest customs, especially during the month of November.

 

The Sacrament of Confirmation.

 

 

First Holy Communion 


 

The 1st Communion ceremonies are a significant moment in the lives of the children. It’s recognised as special by the school community, the children’s family and by the parish community.

The draw of the lit candle to prayer.

The lit candle can draw us to prayer. Christians in the early church prayed by the light of candles, this continued up to the invention of electricity. When we pray with lighted candles we bring all those Christians who have prayed before us. We recall their Christian witness, feel the comfort of their prayers, as they continue to intercede for us in the communion of saints.

Green Vestments and Banners

Gathering around the Altar table.

Year of St. Joseph.

Year of St. Joseph This year (December 8th 2020-December 8th 2021) is dedicated to St Joseph, husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus.

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Church Restoration

The historic St. John’s Catholic Church (1897) in Ballybunion was beautifully restored at a cost of €2.2 million in 2014. Any donation to help us reduce our current debt of €592,524 would be most welcome.

Wall plaque near Our Ladies Altar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Church Stained Glass Windows:

The Holy Family

 

St. Stephen and St. Michael.
St. Elizabeth and St. Thomas
The Sacred Heart of Jesus and Sr. Mary Alacoque
St. Giles

 

St.Bridget

 

 

St. Brendan
St. Ita

The Rose Window

 

 

 

Fr. Sean Hanafin P.P.
 The Presbytery
 Church Rd.
 Ballybunion, Co Kerry
 Tel: 068 27102, Fax: 068 27153  e:mail: ballybunion@dioceseofkerry.ie

 

 

 

CHURCH WEEKDAYS SATURDAY SUNDAY HOLY DAYS
St John’s Church, Ballybunion 10.00 am Mon, Wed and Friday

 

7.00 p.m. 11.30 a.m. As announced

WEEKEND MASS TIMES 

VIGIL MASS :  Saturday Vigil Mass at  7 p.m.

Sunday Morning:  11.30 a.m. Mass