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Parish Newsletter 18/04/2021

 

Third Sunday of Easter. 18/04/2021.

Please pray for Fr. Tom Hickey, Dingle; Paddy O’Donoghue, Firies; Mai Murphy, Gneeveguilla; Melvin Ray Chamberlin, Kilbrean More who died recently. May they rest in peace.

Masses for the coming week

Sat. April 17th    

7.30pm

Margaret, Jeramiah and Donie Mangan R.I.P. Milleen.

Mary Hughes R.I.P. Finnegan’s Cross.

Seamus O’Connor R.I.P. Clydagh.

Sun. April 18th

11.30am

Johnny & Nonie O’Leary and their son Brendan R.I.P. Mastergeeha.

Valarie O’Leary R.I.P. Rathanane.

Tue. 20th April

9.30am

10.00

People of the Parish

Adoration.

Thur. 22nd  April

7.30pm

Dan and Julia Kerrisk R.I.P. Knockancore.

Sat. 24th April

7.30pm

Jack, Hannah, John & Michael Cahill R.I.P. Cockhill.

Catherine, Jackie & Mike O’Riordan R.I.P. Cockhill.

Sun. 25th April

11.30am

Catherine O’Donoghue R.I.P. Tiernaboul.

Offertory Collection: €915. A sincere thank you to all who continue to hand in your weekly envelopes, mass offerings and all other donations. Mile Buíochas.

Trócaire Boxes Thank you so much for handing in your Trócaire envelopes / boxes. The amount contributed so far is €4060 for this very worthy cause. Your donation can still be dropped in to the Parish Office letter box.

Easter & Spring Donations and Offerings in support of our Priests who are administering in our parish can also be handed to the Parish Office letter box. Your support is very much appreciated. Mile Buíochas.

Darkness Into Light 2021 will take place at sunrise on the morning of 8th May. Everyone is encouraged to join Pieta House and Electric Ireland for Nathan’s Walk and to don their yellow t-shirts and take part in the event at a time and in a location that suits them. We are so looking forward to sharing this very special sunrise with you. This year you can choose to sign up for a special sunrise event - walk, swim, bike or simply share your sunrise moment - or you can take part in the Darkness Into Light Challenge – when you select this option, we’re waiving the sign-up fee for anyone who pledges to fundraise €150. Get creative with your activity, and remember that no matter how you choose to take part this year, you’ll be giving the gift of hope to those in your community in suicidal crisis, or self-harming. Visit www.darknessintolight.ie to register.

Parish Office. Opened Tues, Wed & Fri 10.00am – 12noon. Web:  Tel: 064 6643176/Mobile: 087 1339732, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Bog Walks: Walk Brochures are available at the Rural Development Office and the Post Office. This is a beautiful amenity in our Parish, and we should all strive to make it a clean, safe and friendly place to enjoy.

Tune into Horizons on Radio Kerry every Sunday morning after 9am news The Religious Programme of the Diocese of Kerry. Comments and suggestions for programs welcome –Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Web Site: Help family and friends keep in touch with the parish from abroad: tell them to log onto the parish website on www.kilcumminparish.com for the weekly newsletter, parish news etc.

Kilcummin LGFA Registration 2021: As we prepare to return to play all registrations for members and players of Kilcummin LGFA will be completed online from 2021 onwards. Online registration is now open on Foireann.ie. Please register as soon as possible before juvenile training starts on April 26th. Guidance and links are available on the Kilcummin LGFA Facebook page.

Kilcummin GAA Club presents ‘Split the Pot’ with the club and winner sharing the winnings 50/50. Live draw will take place on Facebook with a guaranteed winner. Tickets are €2.50, four draws €10. You can play at www.kilcummingaa.com, at Kilcummin Post office or Paddy O’Keeffes Supermarket, Gattabawn. First draw will take place on the 18th April and every second Sunday thereafter until May 30th.

Kilcummin Rural Development Office provides a full Secretarial Service to all groups and individuals.  Assignments, Essays, Projects, C.V.’s professionally typed, confidentiality assured.  Other services include photocopying, laminating, e-mail, sending faxes paying your motor tax online and your property tax online.  Faxes to the Department of Agriculture for the movement of cattle can also be sent from the office.  Tel:  064-6643357 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

COVID-19 Support Line For Older People: ALONE has launched a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open Monday to Friday, 8am-8pm, By Calling 0818 222 024. Hours May Be Extended To Meet The Demand.

St Vincent De Paul: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Or 06466 22668.

Aware: (Depression Support) Helpline on 1890 303 302. Website at www.aware.ie.

Jigsaw Kerry: (Young Peoples Health in Mind). Contact 066-7186785 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pieta House: Contact 01 6010000 or www.pieta.ie

Samaritans: Contact Freephone 116123 (24hrs) Email support: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Website: www.samaritans

Reflection

God, give us eyes to see
the beauty of the Spring,
And to behold Your majesty
in every living thing –
And may we see in lacy leaves
and every budding flower
The Hand that rules the universe
with gentleness and power –
And may this Easter grandeur
that Spring lavishly imparts
Awaken faded flowers of faith
lying dormant in our hearts,
And give us ears to hear, dear God,
the Springtime song of birds
With messages more meaningful
than man’s often empty words
Telling harried human beings
who are lost in dark despair –
‘Be like us and do not worry
for God has you in His care.

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