osary at Grotto
Rosary at Grotto in Knockanure on Tuesdays in August at 8pm, all are welcome. Rosary at Our Lady’s Grotto Moyvane Mon. 15th Aug.at 7:30pm.
Confessions: Moyvane Saturday 6.45pm to 7.15pm. Eucharistic Adoration every Tues. after 10.00am Mass to 11.30am. Finance Committee Meeting Tues. 16th August in the Parish Office at 7.30pm. Funerals: At the Pastoral Council Meeting it was agreed that in future the Coffin at Funerals will enter and exit by the Main Church door.
Maria the Parish Secretary will be taking Annual Leave from Aug.15th to Aug. 26th. During this time, Fr. Brendan will be in the Parish Office on Weds, Thurs, and Fri. from 11.00am to 12.00 noon. Also contact; 068-49308 or 087 960 1549.
Vintage day in Knockanure on Sunday last 14th of August. Many locals and enthusiast from far and wide attended. Pattern Day in Knockanure, has been celebrated by a host of generations and still continues, with the support of volunteers.
Results for Tuesday August 9th 2022, Jackpot €5,200. Numbers Drawn: 8, 14, 15, and 23. No winner. Lucky Dips of €25 went to: 1. Ann and Richard O Connor, Keylod; 2. Donie Fitzgerald, Duagh Village; 3. Mary Holland, c/o T. Collins Lissaniska; 4. Timmy Leahy, Ballygologue Park, and 5. Pauline Woods, Knockanure. Next draw is on August 16th in the clubhouse. All are welcome. The Jackpot will be €5,300.
Support Brenda Kennelly & Frances Leahy on Sunday, August 21 in Croke Park. This is an Absail fundraiser for Kerry Cancer Support Group. Check out iDonate or Facebook. Sponsorship cards available in Frances’ Hair salon or Kennelly’s Hardware shop, Moyvane.
Kay Horgan, Patricia Morton, Brid Flavin, Sr. Kathleen O’Connell, Patricia Danaher, Tom Lyons, Mary Stack, Donie Cahill, Mary O’Carroll, Robert Moloney, Anne Browne, Eileen Cronin, Timothy Carr, on 15th August 1893, 17 were drowned in Shannon near Tarbert, several had relations in the parish.
MASS INTENTIONS: Sat.13th Aug.’22 Moyvane Dora & Mossie Ahern (Aniv.) 7.30pm; Sun.14th Aug.’22 Knockanure Private Intention 9.30am Mass Moyvane Mary Cronin (1st Aniv.) Leitrim West 11.00am; Mon.15 Aug.’22 Knockanure Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 9.30am, and Mass Moyvane for People of the Parish 11.00am; Tues.16th Aug.’22 Moyvane Sr. Carmelita Murphy (Aniv.) & Deceased members of Presentation Sisters, Listowel at 10.00am; Weds.17th Aug.’22
Knockanure a Private Intention 10.00am; Thurs.18th Aug.’22- Moyvane Private Intention 10.00am;
Fri.19th Aug.’22 a Knockanure Private Intention at 10.00am, and evening mass for Christopher Higgins, Recently Deceased at 6.00pm.
Masses for the next 3 weeks: Sat.20th Aug.’22 Moyvane for Jack & Nora Walsh & Michel Mulvihill
(Aniv.) Leitrim East at 7.30pm; Sun.21st Aug.’22- Knockanure for Jack Mulvihill & Son Martin, (Aniv.) Glenalappa at 9.30am, and Mass Moyvane Eileen Cronin (1st Aniv.) 11.00am.; Mon.22nd Aug.’22 No Mass in Church; Tues.23rd Aug.’22 Moyvane- Private Intention 10.00am, and evening Mass Knockanure- The Gortaglanna Martyrs Celebrant: Fr. Timmy Dowling 7.30pm.; Weds.24th Aug.’22 Private Intention 10.00am Knockanure; Thurs.25th Aug.’22 Moyvane Private Intention 10.00am; Fri.26th Aug.’22 Knockanure Bridie Moore (Aniv.) Glenalappa 10.00am; Sat.27th Aug.’22 Jeremiah Mulvihill, Paddy Connelly, & Deceased members of the Mulvihill & Connelly Families 7.30pm; Sun.28th Aug.’22 Knockanure Private Intention 9.30am, and Mass Moyvane for Tom Scanlon (Aniv.) Leitrim Middle at 11am; Masses 30th Aug. to 2nd Sept. are all Private Intention Masses. And mass on Sat. Sept 3rd for Tadhg “Timmy” Carr,1st Aniv., Moyvane at 7.30pm.
Mass at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Tarbert on Friday 19th August at 7pm.; Kilnaughtin Churchyard annual mass will take place on Fri. 19th Aug at 7pm, celebrated by Bishop Ray Browne.
The Graveyard Committee would like to thank the following for their contribution to the recent three graveyard masses: Chief Celebrant Fr. Brendan Carmody along with Fr. Brendan O’ Callaghan and Fr. Tom McMahon, the Readers, Choir and Eucharistic Ministers for the beautiful masses. A big Thank You to the following for the use of their grounds as parking facilities – Leo Finucane, Tom Moore, Séamus Clancy, Mike Brosnan and Aidan Stack. Thanks to Donal O’Sullivan for providing the amplification. Thanks to everyone who helped out in any way each night. A special Thank You to all of you who gave so generously to our collections, it is very much appreciated.
Information on the Facebook page or contact Tony on 086 8340475.
St Michael’s Church
Mass Times: Sunday 14th August at 7.30pm Vigil Mass for the Feast of the Assumption of our Lady. Wednesday 17th August at 11.00am Requiem Mass for Eileen O’Sullivan, Ballinageragh and England. Friday 19th August at 7.30pm Mass for Hannah McCarthy, Liscullane and Cloghercannon and her husband Tom McCarthy Liscullane. Saturday 20th August Mass at 7.30pm.
Mass times: Monday 15th August at 11.00am Mass for the Feast of the Assumption of our Lady. Sunday 21st August at 11.00am for Doreen and Jeremiah Finnerty, Banemore.
Mass times: Monday 15th August at 9.30am Mass for the Feast of the Assumption of our Lady. Sunday 21st August at 9.30am.
The Parish office is open from 11.00am 2.00pm on Wednesdays. Tel. no. (066) 7132111.
Lixnaw Community Games
Nationals – Last weekend in Carlow, 12 boys from the parish of Lixnaw competed in the All-Ireland Community Games. First up at 10am Saturday morning was Steve Reidy in the U.14 100m. Steve ran his semi-final very well but against a strong field of runners, unfortunately, he was outside the qualifying positions for the final.
Dylan O’Callaghan followed in the U.16 100m sprint. Dylan ran a fantastic semi-final and comfortably made the top four to qualify. In the final, Dylan drove up the track and crossed the finish line with the four other leading runners and there was nothing between them. Upon deliberation by the stewards, Dylan was just pipped for medal position, coming in fifth place. It should be noted that both Steve and Dylan will still be under age for these races again next year.
Just before lunchtime, the U.12 Boys Relay Team competed in their heat. This team consisted of: Thomas Keane, Corey Heaphy, Éamon Kennelly, Donnacha Quilter, Richie Reidy and Ethan Stack. The boys ran a perfect relay, coming in fourth place to qualify for the semi-final. Shortly after, they were on the track again, where they battled hard for a place in the final. The competition proved too strong and they were unlucky to finish in fifth position. Two great races by these young lads in their first experience of a National Community Games.
Last up were the U.14 Boys Relay Team made up of: Maurice Galvin, Jerry Galvin, Steve Reidy, James Hunt and Paddy Larkin. These boys ran a powerful semi-final to claim third place. In the final, these boys showed real grit and determination but strong competition kept them outside the medals. Lixnaw Community Games Committee are very proud of these lads. They ran in the hottest county in Ireland on this day, wilted in the heat but stood tall when they were called upon to race. Well done boys, up Lixnaw, up Kerry!
Split The Bucket Draw: Congratulations to Jodie Allen, Ballybunion, on winning €122 in the Split the Bucket Draw. Next draw will take place in the Dew Drop Inn Bar. Thanks for your continued support.
LOTTO DRAW: Jackpot €8,650. Numbers drawn were: 3, 7, 19, 32. No jackpot winner. €20 winners: Paul Breen, Finuge; Brendan O’Donoghue; Pat McCarthy, Liscullane. Next week’s draw will take place on the 15th August. Jackpot will be €8,700.
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Heritage Week 2022 event at our Lime Kiln in Lyreacrompane. This Sunday, August 21 at 3pm. Speaker will be Billy Downes, a Brosna man living in Tralee, who has done extensive research into lime Kilns. Weather permitting we will also have some songs and a few tunes.
The soil in upland areas like Lyreacrompane in the Stacks Mountains is naturally poor. It was recognized a few centuries ago that the spreading of lime on the land increased its productivity by a factor of three to four. This made the enclosing of upland areas worthwhile for the landlord and the tenant. Landlords encouraged the building of kilns to produce lime and sometimes offered limestones free in the knowledge that a more productive tenant meant higher rent.
Visitors to our area and people passing through will have noticed a new landmark with the exposure of a long-hidden Lime Kiln and a newly developed picnic area on the main road through Lyreacrompane. As part of Heritage week, we are organising this event there and people will have a chance to see the renovated kiln and hear all about its intriguing history and how it was operated.
Parking is available near the Lyreacrompane Community Development Centre 500 yards away and we will leave from there for the kiln by 2.40pm. This is an outdoor event so keep the weather in mind. Lyreacrompane is situated halfway along on the road between Listowel and Castleisland. For more information on our ‘Learning about Lime Kilns in Lyreacrompane’ event please call 0872853570 anytime. You can also find our event listed on the Heritage Week website.
There was no winner of last weeks Mountcollins GAA Lotto where the numbers drawn were, 11, 16, 24 and 29. The winners of the lucky dip prizes were, Mairead Nolan, Kathleen Lenihan and Martin Murphy. There were 62 match 2 winners who will each receive a free ticket credited to their online wallet. Next weeks jackpot is €4,250 and tickets can be purchased online at http://www.smartlotto.ie/mountcollins-gaa.
Round three of the county premier intermediate championship will be played on Friday week August 9th at 6.30pm in Ballagran. This is an important fixture for Mountcollins as they take on Cappamore. The team are looking to return to winning ways after having lost out by a single point in their last fixture and your support would be very much appreciated.
Our Minor team received a walkover from Mungret St. Pauls in the latest round of the championship as they were unable to field a team.
Club na nÓg
After an absence of two years due to the pandemic, the Mountcollins Club na Nóg fundraising 5k walk/run returned on Sunday last and a good crowd came out in support of it. All proceeds will go towards the coaching and development of our young players, The organisers would like to thank everyone who took part and donated and also to every one who helped out on the day. Thank you for your support.
County Clubs Draw
The county clubs draw for August will be held on Saturday week. Once again the top prize will be €10,000 with a host of smaller prizes plus a star prize on offer for the winners. Please ensure your subscription is paid up prior to the draw.
Bruach na Carraige
There are just a few nights left to enjoy the Summer Session in the Bruach na Carraige centre in Rockchapel. This is a wonderful night of traditional entertainment with music, singing, dancing and story telling on offer and is well worth a visit.
Sympathy is extended to the relatives of the late Fr. Bart Daly. Kenya, New York and formerly of Caherlevoy, Mountcollins who passed away recently. Fr. Bart was a missionary priest in Kenya and the USA and gad recently celebrated the 60th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. Burial took place in Dublin last week. May he Rest in Peace.
Congratulations to Norma Casey who was the winner of the August 50/50 draw. Norma won the top prize of €280 with runner up Brian Flannery winning 3 free tickets for the next draw. Tickets for the September are now on sale and can be purchased online at http://www.mountcollinsafc.com and your support is greatly appreciated.