Purgatorial Offerings:

Purgatorial offering envelopes are available in Kilmeedy & Feenagh Churches. It is a way of remembering deceased family members in November.

Mass Online:

Mass online at 7pm Saturday Evening, St Ita’s Pastoral Unit


The death occurred on Saturday October 10th at Milford Care Centre of Fr. Brendan Murphy PE, Newcastle West. His removal was from Reidy’s Funeral Home, Newcastle West on Tuesday for Mass in Feenagh Church and burial afterwards in the Church Grounds.

The late Fr Brendan Murphy was Parish Priest of Feenagh Kilmeedy 2004 to 2014. On his retirement he was appointed assistant in Newcastle West. Prior to that he was CC in Ballybrown from 1990 to 2004. He always held a great wish for the people of Ballybrown and its GAA. When he came to our Parish he got acquainted and settled in well and was most popular and friendly with parishioners while doing his daily ministry. He was a great supporter of the GAA. He held a great love for his native Tipperary. He was a Nenagh native and was ordained for SMA in 1962 and he spent seventeen years in the Foreign Missions. He took up an appointment in the Limerick Diocese in 1979 as CC in St Munchins, for eleven years he attended St Flannan’s College Ennis, Killaloe Diocesan College. Two of his brothers were priests in the diocese, both now deceased, one was PP in Broadford, Co Clare and the other PP in Sixmilebridge, Co Clare. He was a talented hurler in his college days with St Flannan’s. Also in that team was Tipperary and Munster’s great hurler Donie Nealon. He was was also a great 45 Drive Card player. He had a great friend in Canon Fran Duhig, Fr Edwin Irwin, Fr Joseph Dempsey RIP, Fr David Browne, Fr Thomas Coughlan and Fr Joseph Kennedy.

We celebrate the life of a most popular priest with 58 years of ministry.

Sympathy is extended to his nephews, nieces and entire family, Bishop Brendan Leahy, priests of the other dioceses and parishioners.

Fr Brendan Murphy is the first parish priest buried in Feenagh Church ground since Colmanswell native Canon Jeremiah O Gorman in 1941. The reason was that Kilmeedy Church was under repair at the time.

Diocesan Needs:

Diocesan needs and weekly offerings can be handed into the Parochial House in Dromcollogher. The diocesan needs will be on this weekend.

Feenagh Soccer Club:

Any parents of under 8s or under 10s in Feenagh/Kilmeedy who would like to sign their child to be signed up with either of the above sides please get in touch with our club secretary Ronan Gilbourne on 086 0787698. Both sides train on Saturday mornings. Under 8s is for boys and girls born in 2013 and under 10s is for boys and girls born in 2011/2012.

Accord Counselling Service and Marriage Preparation Courses:

The ACCORD centre in Newcastle West has now reopened and we are delighted to be able to resume face to face counselling once again.

We want to assure everyone that all safety protocols are in place. We will continue to follow all HSE and government guidelines and adapt as necessary to make sure that all our members and clients are protected while our services are being delivered.

All Marriage Preparation courses can be booked online by logging onto the main ACCORD website at www.accord.ie

If you would like to enquire about any of our services, please ring us on (069) 61000 or email to [email protected]

GAA Lottery:

The Feenagh Kilmeedy GAA Lottery was drawn on Monday 28th September. The jackpot was €17,100 and the numbers drawn were 12,13,20 & 31

There was no winner

Lucky Dip Winners:

€50 Marie Danaher, Feenagh (Promoter – Online)

€20 Richard Sheehy, Feohanagh (Promoter – Tony O Connor)

€20 Cian Lomassney, London (Promoter – Ned Murphy)

€20 Brid Egan, Bruree (Promoter – Joanne Hanley)

€20 Lizzy Buckley, Tullylease (Promoter – John O Connor)

€20 Jack and Anne Fitzgibbon, Kilmeedy (Promoter Jack Fitzgibbon)

Next week’s draw takes place in the Clubhouse on Monday 19th October for a jackpot of €17,400.

Thank you for your continued support of the lottery.