SUNDAY MASS: Our Sunday Mass will be celebrated at 10am and will be live-streamed. (Last Sunday was very busy on the internet and not everyone was able to access the Mass on the webcam...… one of the weaknesses of technology).
Sunday Mass will also be broadcast on Radio Kerry at 9.30am as part of the Horizons programme.

WEEKDAY MASS: 9.30am

Mass will be live-streamed each day on our parish website 
See link on the top right of our homepage or click here 

In light of the most recent Covid-19 government restrictions, the Munster Bishops have announced further guidelines:
Church buildings will remain closed until Easter Sunday as it is practically impossible to ensure that all surfaces in church buildings would be cleaned regularly, and that the numbers entering churches would be supervised.
Masses are to continue, where possible, to be broadcast via the webcam.
Parish Clergy over the age of 70 should remain cocooned.
All baptisms and weddings are postponed until further notice. If, because of emergency, a baptism must be celebrated, the shortened emergency rite should be used with ‘other rites to be supplied later’.
Let us continue to pray for the people of our country at this difficult time.

From Monday, Sept. 16th weekday opening times will be 9.00am-12.30pm and 1.00pm-4.30pm. (Monday-Friday).

 

We hope this year’s Festival is an outstanding success and a fitting reward for the dedication and enthusiasm of all involved. We extend a very warm welcome to all who have returned home, to all visitors to Tralee and our Parish for the Rose of Tralee Festival. We hope you experience warmth and hospitality during your stay.
We are pleased to announce once again some Roses will attend 10am Mass this Sunday (August 25th), followed by refreshments in the Pastoral Centre. This is your chance to have a chat/ photograph with some of the Roses.

All welcome.  Céad Míle Fáilte

Our Parish Office will take bookings for 1st Anniversary Masses Thursday, September 26th. All other bookings will be taken from the following day Friday, September 27th.

 

We extend a very warm welcome to all visitors to Our Lady & St Brendan’s Church and also to Tralee. We wish you a very happy stay.

Unfortunately, due to the heavy rain on Sunday last our Corpus Christi Procession could not go ahead. We would like to thank all involved in any way in this event especially the residents of Hawthorn Drive, Monavalley for all their preparations in hosting the Procession.

 

This was discussed at the recent Parish Pastoral Council Meeting. While the shared Anniversary Mass has proved to be popular with families wanting to have an Anniversary Mass at a weekend, it has become increasingly difficult with the long list of names to be read at the start and again at the middle of Mass. It was decided to read out the list of names and addresses at the start of Mass only, beginning from Saturday, June 8th.

 

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.

 

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