Mark Moriarty from Killarney is a Seminarian in Maynooth. He has been with us since last September and will be leaving us after Easter to continue his studies. Mark has been involved with the First Communion pupils of Holy Family School, a Confirmation Class from Balloonagh School, the "Homecoming for Lent" project, Lectio Divina for Lent and other parish involvements. All our best wishes go with Mark on his future journey towards priesthood.


Tickets for our annual Silver Circle (Parish Draw) are currently on sale. Tickets can be purchased from the Parish Office and from the Sacristy. The Fundraising Committee are presently selling tickets in your area. Your support is always appreciated.

Sr Mary Gallagher of Missionary Sisters of The Holy Rosary wishes to thank our parishioners for the warm welcome she received last weekend & the generous response to her appeal.

Congratulations to the boys and girls of Holy Family, Listellick & Balloonagh Schools who were Confirmed last week. Many thanks to their  teachers and parents who helped prepare them for Confirmation

Palm Sunday: My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?
Monday: Recall times when you felt God was far away and talk to God about it.
Tuesday: Be with those who feel abandoned.
Spy Wednesday: Pray for those whom we have betrayed.
Holy Thursday: Sharing a meal makes us family - look around at your family.
Good Friday: Fast and pray.
Holy Saturday: Wait in solidarity with Mary & the disciples.

It has been brought to our attention that the footpaths outside the Church grounds are being blocked or impeded for use by pedestrians, parents with buggies and wheelchair users. We encourage motorists to park their cars with consideration for others. We would appreciate your co-operation and consideration in this matter.

are associated with the Season of Lent. The Liturgy Group have prepared prayers and reflections to help us and these are placed near each Station. We encourage you to do the Stations of the Cross during Lent.

In recent weeks we have removed chewing gum from the Church carpet and seats. It is important to observe the one hour fast before receiving Holy Communion. We encourage parents to ensure that children are not chewing gum when attending Mass. We ask your co-operation in this regard.

The work to replace the covering on the church kneelers is now complete. This project was named as a project for the monies raised in the Silver Circle last year. Many thanks for your generous support.

are available from the Celebrant both on weekdays and Sunday Masses.