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31st Sunday in Ordinary Time 01/11/2020. Feast of All Saints

Please pray for Hannah Kelly, Fossa and formerly Knockataggle; Neilus Daly, Scarteen who died recently. May they rest in peace.

Masses for the coming week

Sat 31st

7.30pm

Denis And Eily O’Connor R.I.P.  Glounonea

Noreen and Margaret Culhane R.I.P.  

Glebe and Abbeyfeale.

Sun 1st Nov

11.30am

Tim and Mary Ryan R.I.P. Clydine.

Mon 2nd Nov

7.30pm

Holy Souls

Tue 3rd Nov

 9.30am

People of the Parish

Tue 3rd.

10.00am

Adoration

Fri 6th Nov

7.30pm

Dan McCarthy R.I.P. Inch. 1st Anniversary

First Friday

Sat 7th

7.30pm

All our loved ones who have died from our Parish since last November

Sun 8th.

11.30am

Paddy Nagle R.I.P. Ballinamanagh

Masses are live-streamed at www.churchservices.tv/Kilcumminn   You might pass on this information to people living in the Parish or away who may like to tune in. Mass Offerings, weekly contributions and any other envelope offerings can be handed in to the Parish Office. Our Church is open for Private Prayer from 8am to 8pm daily. Stay safe.

Adoration continues in Our Lady of Lourdes Church every Tue. between 10am–6pm in the Main Church. New adorers are always welcome.

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

November Remembrance: This November due to Covid 19 there will be no Memory Tree but we will have a Sacred Space on the Altar for the month of November with the names of our loved ones who died in our Parish in the last twelve months, as well as our basket of names on your November lists, which will be there for all masses during the month. All names and offerings can be handed in to the Parish Office.

The Annual November Mass For patients who have died in University Hospital Kerry in the past year.  This includes those who have died in the hospital, those who have experienced pregnancy loss, and those who have died within the Palliative Care Services.  We also remember at this Mass past employees of UHK who have died. To Be Celebrated, Mon. 2nd Nov. At 7pm. Due to Covid 19 restrictions this Mass will be live streamed. You are welcome to join us online. www.churchservices.tv/tralee or www.stjohns.ie

Special Prayer Service: In all the Cathedrals and many other churches a special prayer service will take place on 1st Nov. at 3.00pm, led by the bishops and priests of Ireland, to dedicate this Nov. to ‘Remembrance of the Dead and Prayer for the Bereaved’.

Novembera time to remember: Online for three Monday nights, Nov 2nd, 9th and 16th, 8.00 p.m. – 8.30 p.m., Martina Lehane Sheehan, Fr Jim Cogley and Elizabeth Garry Brosnan will invite us to find hope as we journey through the month of November. Each night will invite us into a time of reflection, prayer and music, offering us a chance to rest and pray as we remember our loved ones who are with God, as we pray with our sorrows and find ways of living with grief and loss. To register, check out www.dioceseofkerry.ie

For parish liturgy groups or individuals, there are resources for prayer and liturgy on the diocesan website - https://www.dioceseofkerry.ie/2020/10/remembering-our-dead-in-november/

Accord: Accord pre-marriage courses and counselling service. Until at least May 2021, Accord pre-marriage courses will take place live on-line with up to 12 couples: via Zoom they will be interactive and delivered by two presenters. Accord has also resumed face to face counselling. Contact Accord by phone or online to book for either service.

Covid 19: As we move to level 5 of the Government’s restrictions to control the virus, we once again think of our elderly and most vulnerable in our community. We ask you to be mindful of your family members and neighbours who may be experiencing hardship and anxiety and could avail of your help and support during these difficult times. We should also respect the measures put in place and adhere to all the regulations as it is only when we all pull together that we can overcome this pandemic and return to good times again. Ní neart go cur le chéile.

Senior Help Line is open every day of the year from 10am to 10pm. Our LoCall number is 1850 440 444 and no landline calls costs more than 30 cent irrespective of length. We are just a telephone line. But we seem to make a difference.

Kilcummin Community Alert are available for any assistance you may need by contacting Robert on 087-6270677.

Franciscan Friary: The Friary office will continue to maintain some services and with a selection of cards during the current lockdown. Opening times Mon.to Fri. (excluding Bank Holiday) from 10am-3pm daily services can be accessed by phone, 064 6631066, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or post. No direct physical access permitted to the friary office. 

Bog Walk: With travel restrictions for recreation reduced to 5k, why not avail of the beautiful scenery and fresh air that our local Bog Walks have to offer. You can contact John on 086-1579381 to arrange to pick up your walk brochure. Suitable footwear is essential.

Kilcummin GAA Club Merchandise orders are now being taken.  Contact Marie Lehane: 087 9181973 or visit Kilcummin Juvenile Facebook page to view our range of merchandise.   

Bereaved

 Dearest Jesus,

who wept at the death of your friend

and taught that they who mourn

shall be comforted,

grant us the comfort of your presence

in our loss.

Send Your Holy Spirit to direct us

lest we make hasty or foolish decisions.

Send Your Spirit to give us courage

lest through fear we recoil from living.

Send Your Spirit to bring us your peace

lest bitterness, false guilt, or regret

take root in our hearts.

The Lord has given.

The Lord has taken away.

Blessed be the name of the Lord.  Amen.

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