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 23rd/24th Feb 2019
R.I.P Thomas Kennedy, Ahabeg. Deepest sympathy to his wife Hanna & children, Thomas, Marie & Catherine & His brother Dan. Tom was buried today in Rahela after 11.30am mass in Lixnaw.
Masses: Vigil Mass (7.30pm) in Lixnaw this Saturday for (1) Gerard McElligott, Listowel (recently deceased)
(2) Frances, Matthew, Margaret & Matthew Jnr & Mary Quilter of Ahabeg East.
Mass at Irremore church on Sunday at 11am for D.J. O’Sullivan, Banemore & Dromclough
Mass at Rathea church on Sunday at 9.30am for Jimmy & Kathy Galvin, Browadera & Miss Kathy Galvin, Browadera.
PRIEST ON DUTY – THIS WEEKEND – FOR THE NORTH KERRY AREA: Fr. Kevin McNamara (089) 4044816. For emergencies only
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 COMMUNION CALLS WILL BE DONE ON TUESDAY. In the morning Ballintogher & Dysert. After dinner Irrebeg, Ballyrehan, Keel & Ahacoora.
FREE NUTRITIONAL COURSE IN LIXNAW COMMUNITY CENTRE. will commence on Tuesday February 26th from 7 to 9pm. For further details contact Mary on (087) 9501929.
SOCIALS: (1) St. Senans celebrated their first North Kerry Championship victory at the Arms Hotel on Saturday night. Special presentations were made by the team to management. The assembled multitude were high in their praise for manager, Mark Burke, who motivated the team to believe that they would make history by bringing the first North Kerry Championship home.
(2) Lixnaw – celebrated a great year at Ballyroe Hotel. The occasion was special for a number of reasons (a) A sideshow highlighting the involvement of people with the club. This featured the immense contribution of the late and great community activist Paul Wallace. It was a touching moment and was both enjoyable and emotional. (2) Senior County Championship Medals were presented to the players by current Limerick defender, Richie McCarthy. Finally Club man of the year went to great clubman Pat McCarthy of Ahabeg and the late Paul Wallace was chosen for the Hall of Fame. No doubt Teresa and the boys will treasure this.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: LIFE DOSENT COME WITH A MANUAL – IT COMES WITH A MOTHER.
PADRE PIO DEVOTIONS Micky Harte will give the Witness for March.
Our March prayer meeting will take place on the Third Tuesday (March 19th) at 7.30pm.
The witness will be given by Micky Harte of Tyrone. Micky will be well known to many people (a) as the Tyrone football manager who brought three All Ireland’s to the county (b) as one of the top three motivational speakers in the country (c) a man of deep faith and spirituality. He has had his own crosses in life.
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|