FEENAGH KILMEEDY PARISH NOTES FOR WEEK OF JANUARY 21 2019

 ROSARY

Rosary at Kilmeedy church on Friday, January 25 at 7 pm.

MASSES

Saturday, January 26 at Feenagh church at 7.30 pm – Tadhg Curtin RIP

Reader – Helen Kenneally, Eucharistic minister – Sharon Danaher, Altar servers – Corie and Leah Lynch, Conor Donegan.

Sunday, January 27 at Kilmeedy church at 10 am – Mary and Maurice Sheehan RIP.

Reader – Diarmuid O Connor, Eucharistic minister – Deborah Prout, Altar servers – Jamie O Doherty, Josh Gilbourne.

MASS CHANGES

Saturday, February 2 at Kilmeedy at 7.30 pm.

Sunday, February 3 at Feenagh at 10 am.

CD SALE

Jim Lyons CD’s are available at Glenwilliam creamery and Snows shop.

SYMPATHY

Sympathy is extended to Seán O Gorman and family Kilmeedy, Tadhg O Gorman, his wife Nora and family in Feenagh on the death of their niece Mrs Patricia Herlihy RIP, Ballyagran. Extended sympathy to her cousins and the entire Herlihy and O Gorman families.

COMMUNITY MEETING

A Community meeting will be held in The Community Hall, Feenagh, Co. Limerick (V35PP78)on Thursday, January 24, 2019, at 7.30 pm. The River Deel is part of 190 acres nationally which have been prioritised for action to protect and restore water quality. You are invited to a public meeting about The River Deel and what it means to be part of an area for action. This is a new way of working to protect and improve water quality and everyone can play their part! The meeting will include an overview of why the area was selected and will include staff from the Local Authority Waters Programme. This meeting is open to all and will include a Questions and Answers session and an opportunity for informal discussion during tea and coffee after the meeting. For more information contact: Ruairí Ó Conchúir (085 808 3715 / [email protected]) or Maeve Ryan (085 802 5273/[email protected]) or visit www.watersandcommunities.ie

West Limerick 102fm Community Radio 2018 -50/50 Draw Winners congratulations to:

19/01/2018 Men-shed NCW €220-, 26/01/2018 Molly Kelly NCW €326, 02/02/2018

Siobhan Murphy Feoghanagh-€ 272 -9/02/2018 Steven Long Castlemahon €260,

16/02/2018, Mary Sheehan Dromcollogher €220

23/02/2018 May Dowling Rathkeale, €374, 02/03/2018 no draw due to snow,

9/03/2018 Jim Long Feenagh €312, 16/03/2018 Joan Flynn Feoghnagh €204,

23/03/2018 Kathleen Carroll Duagh €210,- Mary Sheehan Dromcollogher €206,-

7/04/2018 Theresa Lynch NCW €333

13/04/2018 Theresa King Castlemahon €272,- 20/04/2018 James Doherty NCW €360-,

27/04/2018 Mary Keane €210,

4/05/2018-Lynda McElligott NCW €254- 11/05/2018 Helen Hartnett NCW €354,

18/05/2018 Mary Kelly NCW €296,

25/05/2018 Josephine Kiely Kilcolman €355, 1/06/2018 Ann Kearse NCW €378,-

08/06/2018

James McEnery Abbeyfeale €365, 15/06/2018 Sean Madden Dromcollogher €220,

22/06/2018 Charlie O’Connor Mallow €323, 29/06/2018 Mellisa Quaid NCW €302,

6/07/2018 Sarah & Michael Hartnett NCW/Galway- €346, 13/07/2018 Emma Toomey

NCW €273,

20/07/2018 Mike Neville NCW 227,- 27/07/2018 Margaret Hannon NCW 281

3/08/2018 Bernadette Moloney Broadford € 171, 10/08/2018 Charlie Sheehan Rathkeale,

€206

17/08/2018 (no Draw weather poor) 24/08/2018 -Joe Carr Barna €206.

31/08/2018 Patrick O’Carroll Duagh €274,7/09/2018 Marie & Siobhan Moloney NCW

€210.

14/09/2018 Paula Runane Askeaton €244. 21/09/2018John Kiely Dromcollogher €174,

28/09/2018 Gordon Marshall NCW €228, 05/10/2018 John Liston Castlemahon € 220

12/10/2018 Patrick Broderick NCW €330, 19/10/2018 Tom O’Connor Knockaderry €343

26/10/2018 William O’Regan Ardagh €266, 2/11/2018 Pat Whelan NCW €382

9/11/2018 James O’Doherty NCW €380, 14/11/2018 Ger O’Brien Castlemahon €367,

23/11/2018 Richard Stack NCW €369, 30/11/2018 Pat Condon NCW, €205.

07/12/2018 John Downes Knockaderry €172, 14/012/2018 Betty Newman

Dromcollogher €286 – 20/12/2018 Paddy O’Connor NCW €224

Thank you to all who support or help in any way with our fundraising 5050 draw it is very much appreciated.

THOMOND ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The first lecture organised by the Thomond Archaeological and Historical Society for the new year will be held in Mary Immaculate College, South Circular Road, Limerick on 28 January 2019, in room T .1. 17 Tara Building Revival in Ireland’ at 8 pm. The lecture will be about ‘AWN Pugin and the Gothic Revival in Ireland’. Augustus W N Pugin (1812-1852) shaped Gothic architecture in Ireland, leaving his mark on landmark churches and other buildings across Ireland. Although Pugin did little work in Co. Limerick, he was proceeded by other architects who worked in the Gothic style in Limerick,  notably the Pains and the Fogerty’s, and his influence can be seen in his work in Adare and throughout Co Limerick in the work of J. J. McCarthy and other architects.
The lecturer will be (Rev Canon Professor) Patrick Comerford, who is priest-in-charge of the Rathkeale and Kilnaughtin Group of Parishes and Canon Precentor of Saint Mary’s Cathedral, Limerick and Saint Flannan’s Cathedral, Ennis, Co. Clare. He is a former Adjunct Assistant Professor in Trinity College Dublin and for many years lectured in Anglicanism, Liturgy and Church History at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute. He has been cataloguing Pugin’s work in Ireland for years.

FEENAGH ICA

Due to change in the financial year, all ICA fees were due before December 31 2018. If anyone still wants to join, please pay your fees to Mary Cronin before the end of January. The first Guild meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, at 8 pm.

KILMEEDY NATIONAL SCHOOL

To celebrate 90 years of Education, The Board of Management of Kilmeedy National school would like to extend an open invitation to visit the school on Friday 25 January from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Past pupils, past members of staff and prospective parents and their children are especially welcome. Please join us on Friday 25 for a cup of tea for this special community event.