We express our closeness in prayer and support for those with the Covid-19 virus and those impacted in any way by it in what are very difficult circumstances. We are mindful especially of those seriously ill in hospital, those who have died, and family and loved ones.

We wish to express our thanks to priests and sacristans as well as the many volunteers in our churches who ensure that all the requirements around the sanitising of our churches are observed. We also acknowledge with gratitude the care and help of undertakers in implementing the restrictions.

We want to highlight some points that we consider important in relation to the implementation of public health guidelines in the context of bereavements and funerals. We do so for the benefit of all concerned – mourners, undertakers, neighbours and friends as well as priests and public authorities –, that we might have a common understanding of good practice around funerals aimed at keeping people safe from the virus. It is vital we take all precautions to prevent the further spread of Covid-19. In offering this guidance we recognise and appreciate that the vast majority of Catholics carefully observe the public health guidelines.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions no public Masses will be celebrated until further notice.
Let us keep the people of our country in our prayers at this time.

Mass will be live-streamed each day:
Sunday 10.00am
Monday - Saturday 9.30am
The Masses are recorded and available on theThe Masses are recorded and available on thewebsite soon after the Mass is celebrated.

RADIO KERRY: Our regular Parish Mass on Sundays at 10am,will be broadcast live for the duration of the current restrictions.

OPENING OF THE CHURCH: The Church is open for private prayer in accordance with proper public health guidelines. You are very welcome to our church which will be open each day after Mass until 5pm. (except when funeral Masses will be celebrated). We encourage your co-operation with the following:
1. Please use the sanitisers provided as you enter and leave.
2. Observe social distancing.

PRAYING MASS ON LINE: As we gather at home for our Sunday Mass celebrations online, some suggestions that might help our prayer-time:
1. Create a sacred space where you will sit to attend Mass e.g.using a crucifix or candle just like you might do if preparing for a house Mass.
2. Invite family members to name a prayer intention that everyone will pray for during the Mass.
3. Join in praying the responses, just like you would in church.
We are reminded of the words of Jesus - ‘Where two or three aregathered 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.

Due to the coronavirus the Parish Office will remain closed until currentwill remain closed until currentrestrictions are lifted. Thank you for yourunderstanding at this difficult time.

BOOKED MASSES: As the Parish Office is closed,you may use the letterbox in the Parish Office for the offering for any Mass which is already booked.
Please use an envelope and on it put the name of the deceased, the date of the Mass and your contact phone number.

TO BOOK A MASS: Please contact the Parish OfficePlease contact the Parish Office066-7125932 leave your number and we will getback to you as the date you require may not beavailable. Many thanks for your co-operation.

is a fundraising event being organised by Tralee student, Rebecca Poultney for the Tir na nŌg orphanage in Tanzania, founded by Tralee native Louise Quill. Rebecca, who was involved in the parish youth group a few years ago, is helping the orphanage towards the purchase of essentials such as shoes, clothes, socks and towels. All remaining money will be put towards renovations in the orphanage. Rebecca would really appreciate if you could donate to this very worthy cause either through the parish website or donations to the Parish Office. Many thanks.

Please click the link below to donate: https://gf.me/u/y9j4vj


During the month of August, the Parish Pastoral Council invited parishioners to contribute to a gift for Fr Niall. He was invited back for a presentation at the end of the 12.30pm Mass on Sunday Sept 13th. Many thanks to all who contributed so generously to the parish gift.


Bishop Ray Browne has announced a number of clerical changes. Fr Niall who has been in this parish for 3 years has been appointed to Fossa Parish as Parish Priest. We have been enriched by his ministry and we wish him well in his new appointment. Fr. Amos Ruto has been appointed as Curate in this Parish. We look forward to making him welcome. The changes took effect from last Wednesday August 5th.

Jack Charlton has been laid to rest, 

the memories they are mighty.

The victory over England at Stuttgart,

the euphoria of Italia ’90!


He lifted our people and country,

The likes we’ve never known.

“Olé, Olé” was all the go – and not,  

You’ll Never Walk Alone!