Rosary at Kilmeedy church on Friday November 2 at 7 pm.


Months Mind Mass for Rev Sister Magadelene Bluett RIP, Aunt of Fr P Bluett P.P, at St Marys church Effin on Sunday November 4 at 11am.


Feenagh I.C.A. MEETING AT THE Community Centre on Tuesday November 6 at 8 pm. Guest speaker and shoe boxes welcome.


Active age meeting at Aras Ide Kilmeedy on Tuesday November 13 at 7 pm.


Saturday November 3 at Feenagh Church at 7.30 pm – Richard (Dick) Holmes RIP, Month mind.

Reader – Helen Kenneally, Eucharistic minister – Sharon Danaher, Altar servers – Corie and Leah Lynch, Lucy O Gorman.

Sunday November 4 at Kilmeedy church at 10 am – Holy Souls

Reader – Maura Heenan, Eucharistic minister – Deborah Prout.


Thursday November 1 – Feast of all saints.

Mass in Feenagh Wednesday October at 7 pm.

Kilmeedy Thursday at 10 am.


Rosary at Auglish cemetery Feohanagh on Sunday November 4 at 12.30 pm.


The death occurred on Friday, October 26 at the Regional Hospital Limerick of John Geary RIP, Kilmeedy, Reposing at his residence on Sunday evening. Removal on Monday to St Itas church Kilmeedy for mass and Burial to Kilmeedy cemetery. The Chief celebrant was Rev Fr Brendan Murphy P.E, C.C, Other concelebrants were, Very Rev Fr Patrick Bluett P.P, Very Rev Fr Liam Enright P.P, Very Rev Fr Michael O Shea P.P, Very Rev Fr William Walsh P.P, Very Rev Fr Patrick Hogan P.P, Fr Dereck Mescall, Fr Kevin Browne. (The gift of John’s life symbols were brought to the altar)Mass Hymns and music were played at the Mass.

The late John Geary RIP was a well known and popular member of the community of Kilmeedy and many areas further apart for his business in the garage, which is  very established all over Ireland, with John Deere Tractor sales he started the Garage Trade with the Late Brian Geary his Father, who had a very popular business in Kilmeedy with lorry trade shop, undertaker. John in his garage trade gave employment to the workers and was a man who had a gentle way with all he made contact within his daily business or involved in any of the committee’s he served in. He was involved in the parish Pastoral council for a number of years and he was a very generous person in his support of any fundraising ventures for charity or the local 45 card drives.

Sympathy is extended to his wife Tess, son John, Daughters Elaine, Niamh, Grainne, Marie. Brothers – Jim and Brian, Sisters – Teresa, Celia, Irene, Son in Law, Sisters in law, Brothers in law, Nephews, Nieces and entire Geary Family.

The Thomond Archaeological and Historical Society

The Thomond Archaeological and Historical Society will host the following talk on Monday 5 November 2018 by Dr Brian Hughes on ‘Everyday Life and Politics in Limerick in 1918’ at Mary Immaculate College, South Circular Road in Room T.1.17 Tara Building at 8.00p.m.

1918 was a significant year in Irish politics: a conscription crisis, Spanish ‘flu, an armistice in November, and a general election which saw (some) women vote for the first time alongside resounding victory for the emergent Sinn Féín. But rather than retelling the history of these important episodes in Irish History, this talk will instead offer some thoughts on the many ways in which ordinary life, and inherently local concerns, continued to intrude in the midst of significant national events. By taking a slightly broader view of what the people of Limerick were reading in their newspapers and discussing in their local authorities, the talk will also reflect on both the presence and the absence of national and international politics in the daily lives of the people of Limerick.

Dr Brian Hughes lectures in the Department of History at Mary Immaculate College. Among other publications on the Irish Revolution (c. 1912–1923), he is the author of ‘Defying the IRA? Intimidation, coercion, and communities during the Irish Revolution’ (Liverpool University Press, 2016).