Message from Fr Michael Moynihan April 2023
Happy Easter to you all, These days as we invited to reflect on the Risen Lord and the impact that this had on the world at the time and to the present day.  It gives us hope.  Hope that Jesus Christ who defeated even death itself is on on side and in the words of scripture With God on our side who can be against (Romans 8:31).  It also gives us hope for our loved ones who have died. Our prayer is that they are united with God in eternal life.  We also have hope that after our earthly dwelling eternal life will be a reality for those who believe.

Today Trócaire works in partnership with local and church organisations, supporting communities in over 20 developing countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to bring about lasting change. Your continued support is much appreciated.

Fear is the deafening sound of war. Love is the hand that quietens it
Fear is the voice that is never heard. Love is breaking the silence
Fear is the truth that is locked in the dark. Love is the courage that feeds it
Fear is the hunger that starves all hope. Love is the food that feeds it.
As long as pain exists, as long as suffering is here, we will stay.
Trócaire. Until love conquers Fear.

Wishing you all Gods blessings this Easter season and may the joy of the Risen Christ throughout the Easter Season.
Fr Michael

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Pictured is Eibhlín Ní Laoithe, Fr Michael Moynihan PP, Cathy Griffin, and Bishop Ray Browne.  The Parish Office is open each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9.30 to 12.30pm






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Come, Spirit who is our Light,
shine among the shadows within,
warm and transform our hearts.

Come, Spirit who makes a home in us,
draw us to the treasures of your dwelling,
Reveal to us the inner journey of love.

Come, Spirit, consuming Fire of Love.
Fill us with enthusiasm for your vision.
May the desire for truth be vibrant in us.

Come, Spirit, source of our Peace.
Deepen in us the action of peacemakers.
Heal the divisions that ravage the earth.

Come, Spirit of wisdom and insight.
Draw us toward your goodness and light.
Direct our growth and guide our ways.

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We have three Churches in the Parish

St Mary’s Church, Dingle

Church of St John the Baptist, Lispole

Seipeal Naomh Chaitlin, Ceann Tra

Parish Office is now open at the Presbytery, Dingle. Office Hours: Tuesday: 9.30am-12.30pm: Wednesday: 9.30am-12.30pm: Thursday: 9.30am-12.30pm. Parish Office: Tel.:066 9151208. Booking of baptisms / Weddings / Masses can be done at these times. A selection of Mass Cards are available.

Parish Secretaries are Cathy Griffin and Eibhlín Ní Laoithe

Tel: 066-9151208

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Fr Michael Moynihan,
St Mary’s Presbytery,
Co Kerry V92AT18
066-9151208 e:mail: dingle@dioceseofkerry.ie


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St Mary’s Church, Dingle 10.00am each morning.
As Gaeilge each Tuesday and Thursday.

6.15pm Friday



Church of St John the Baptist, Lispole As announced None 10.00am
every other Sunday
Seipeal Naomh Chaitlin, Ceann Tra As Announced 7.30pm
(every other Saturday)

Corcha Dhuibhne Mass Schedule

Confessions : (St Mary's Dingle - 10:30am-11am Saturday Morning & after the Vigil Masses of Sundays and Holydays.)

Mass is celebrated on Wednesdays at 11.00am in West Kerry Community Hospital(No Mass at present)
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