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Feast of Christ the King. 22/11/2020.

Please pray for Jane Courtney (née Sheahan), Beaufort and formerly Rathanane who died recently. May she rest in peace.

Masses for the coming week

Sat 21st  


Pat Downey R.I.P. Toremore

Brother Robert O’Sullivan R.I.P. Toremore.

Sun 22nd  


Donal McGlynn R.I.P. Glounonea.

Tue 24th


Holy Souls

Tue 24th



Thurs 26th


Holy Souls

Sat 28th


Deceased members of the Lenihan family R.I.P. Inchicullane.

Margaret and Noreen Culhane R.I.P. Glebe and Abbeyfeale.

Sun 29th


Denis and Eily O’Leary and deceased family members  R.I.P. Tournonough


Offertory Collection: €885.00. Mile Buíochas

Masses are live-streamed at   Please pass on this information to people living in the Parish or away who may like to tune in. Please spread the word.

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.

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.

Kilcummin Parish Office Opening Hours: 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.

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

Franciscan Friary: The Friary Office will be operating on Monday to Saturday from 9.30am – 4.00pm 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. 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at the Friary daily from 7.30am – 7.00pm

Thank You: A huge thank you to Fr. Kieran who celebrated a beautiful mass on Saturday Nov. 7th for all our loved one who passed away in the last twelve months. Also to Denis and Helen for their beautiful music and singing and to Gearoid, Geraldine and Bella who helped out during the mass. All candles that were lit during mass for our loved ones can be collected in the Church Porch at your convenience. Mile Buíochas.

Praying Sunday Mass Online: As we gather at home for our Sunday Mass celebrations online, some suggestions that might help our prayer-time: Create a sacred space where you will sit to attend Mass e.g. using a crucifix or candle or icon, just like you might do if preparing for a house Mass. Invite family members to name a prayer intention that everyone will pray for during the Mass. Stand to hear the Gospel or to join in praying the Our Father, just like you would in church. We are reminded of the words of Jesus - ‘Where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in their midst’ – We remember that Jesus Christ is present in our homes as we pray at Mass together.

Glounonea Grotto Rosary Group:  The Holy Rosary will continue at 7pm instead of 8pm on Monday nights, for the winter months. New members are most welcome to join with us.

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.

Pieta House provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm - Contact 066 71 63660

Kilcummin Looking Good would like to acknowledge the financial support received from Kerry Co. Council through the Community Support Fund. This support has proved invaluable in the provision of village and biodiversity park enhancements.

Healthy Ireland Keep Well Campaign: The new ‘Keep Well’ campaign is a cross-Government wellness campaign launched by An Taoiseach. The aim of this campaign is resilience in the months ahead, as we look towards living with COVID-19 in the winter months. It’s important to mind yourself and your physical and mental well-being. This campaign, funded by Sláintecare and led on by Healthy Ireland, involves a wide range of supports for this time – across sports, creativity, connectedness, eating and community outreach. Visit for more information and resources.


November the Month to Remember

Life is but a stopping place,

A pause in what's to be,

A resting place along the road,

to sweet eternity.

We all have different journeys.

Different paths along the way,

We all were meant to learn some things,

but never meant to stay...

Our destination is a place,

Far greater than we know.

For some the journey's quicker,

For some the journey's slow.

And when the journey finally ends,

We'll claim a great reward,

And find an everlasting peace,

Together with the Lord

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