email address: lixnaw at dioceseofkerry . ie
Priests: Fr. Maurice Brick, P.P. 066 7132111 mobile 087 9473317
Priest in Residence: Fr. Pat McCarthy Irremore Mobile 087 2791478
Parish House Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wed. from 11 to 2. Friday from 11 to 6.
NEW MASS SCHEDULE FOR LIXNAW/IRREMORE/RATHEA
LIXNAW VIGIL SATURDAY 7.30PM – IRREMORE SUNDAY 11AM – RATHEA SUNDAY 9.30AM
NEWS FROM LIXNAW – Week beginning Easter Sunday 2019
R.I.P. Denis (Denny) McElligott, Lr. Tullig. Sympathy to his brother, Dick and sisters Anne & Phil and neighbours.
Masses: Vigil Mass (7.30pm) in Lixnaw this Saturday for
Mass at Irremore church on Sunday at 11am for
Mass at Rathea church on Sunday at 9.30am for
LIXNAW DAWN MASS ON EASTER SUNDAY MORNING AT KILTOMEY CEMETERY AT 6am. All welcome.
DIOCESAN COLLECTION NEXT WEEKEND IS FOR PETERS PENCE:
PRIEST ON DUTY – THIS WEEKEND – FOR THE NORTH KERRY AREA: For emergencies only.
TROCAIRE BOXES: Please leave back your Trocaire envelopes (white with the slate coloured band) from your yearly bundle.
CHANGE TO BOOKING OF ANNIVERSARY MASSES FOR SATURDAY NIGHT VIGIL AT ST. MICHAEL’S: From the First Saturday of June (June 2nd) the vigil mass at Lixnaw will be offered for multiple intentions. The reasons: (1) to meet demand and afford parishioners the opportunity to have an Anniversary Mass offered for loved ones on a Saturday night.
(2) To satisfy the wishes of Parishioners who request mass close to the date of the actual anniversary.
(3) Weekend masses with multiple intentions are long in place in surrounding parishes.
LIXNAW YOUTH CLUB WILL HOST A BAKE SALE IN THE SISTERS HALL AFTER MASS ON SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH. . The club is going well. Had a bag packing day at Tesco. and a welcome donation from Lixnaw family Fun Day – Much appreciated. Participated in the Lixnaw clean up day. Keep up the good work.
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS FUNDRAISER – SATURDAY APRIL 27th – BAG PACKING AT SUPERVALU, TRALEE: The Commitee will meet at the Parish House on Wednesday at 8pm to finalise arrangements.
LIXNAW DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (L.D.A.) SAY THANKS TO EVERYONE who came out last week to collect litter on the designated date.
THE 900KM CYCLE AGAINST SUICIDE WILL STOP OFF AT LISTOWEL ON TUESDAY APRIL 30th. The cycle covers a distance of 900 km with the cyclists covering 90 km a day for 10 days. There will be a stop off in Listowel on the night of Tuesday, April 30th. Could you offer a bed for that night along with shower/bath facilities and a meal. We would be so delighted if you could help out. Please contact Seadbh on the number (087) 7649182.
THOUGHT FOR EASTER:
Easter is a call to look at and to rise to a new way of life
Its a new way of looking at things
Its an invitation to see the daily resurrection in your life. The joy of a new born baby. The goodness of young people. Its an invitation to see the goodness within yourself. Its an invitation to look at the world itself with new eyes.
PADRE PIO DEVOTIONS
Our May prayer meeting will take place on Tuesday May 21st at 7.30pm.
The witness will be given by Adrian O’Connor from Cloghane, Castlegregory.
Adrian has an inspirational story to share. Adrians accident was so simple. He tripped and fell on the footpath. To his friends the fall was of no great concern. However when his friends tried to pick him up they realised there was something seriously wrong. His skull was seriously damaged on the right hand side and he was bleeding heavily. He was in an induced coma and his brain was swelling. Concern was raised that the jagged edges of his damaged skull could also damage his brain resulting in further complications. The doctors gave little hope of ever walking and talking again. The accident happened in December 2004. Thank God Adrian has fought back and will be present in Lixnaw on the 21st to share his miraculous recovery and the support he got from friends and neighbours.
The first class heart bandage will be available for blessings after mass
This picture shows the Padre Pio Prayer Group Organisers in Lixnaw Church.
The Padre Pio Prayer Meeting is now in its tenth year and continues to receive massive support. There is a great thirst among people for devotion. The quality of participation is uplifting and proves that the faith is still strong at local level.
|Fr. Maurice Brick|
|066-7132111. Mobile 087 9473317|
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|St Michael’s Church, Lixnaw||Monday, Wed. & Friday 7.30pm
|Our lady of Fatima and St Senan, Irremore||As announced in newsletter||11 am|
|Our Lady of the Assumption, Rathea||As announced in newsletter||9.30 am|