FEENAGH KILMEEDY PARISH NOTES FOR WEEK OF MAY 7 2019

ROSARY

Rosary at Kilmeedy church on Friday, May 10 at 7 pm.

CEMETERY MASS

Feenagh Cemetery mass on Wednesday, May 15 at 7.30 pm.

MASSES

Saturday, May 11 at Kilmeedy church at 7.30 pm –Kit, Con, Mark Kelleher RIP, Joan O Gorman RIP.

Reader – Pat Gilbourne, Eucharistic minister – Stefan Beaulieu, Altar servers – Carmela Butler, Muireann O Connor.

Sunday, May 12 at Feenagh church at 10 am – Jack McCarthy RIP

Reader – Helen Kenneally, Eucharistic minister – Brige O Sullivan, Altar servers – Kate and Aoibhe O Sullivan.

BAPTISM PREPARATION PROGRAMME

Baptism preparation programme will take place at Dromcollogher church on Tuesday, May 14 at 7.30 pm.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION

First Holy Communion mass was celebrated at St Ita’s church Kilmeedy on Sunday May 5. The mass celebrant was Very Rev Fr Patrick Bluett, P.P.  The following children received the sacrament – Holly Gilbourne, Ellen Reidy, Lucy Egan, Aaron Sheehan, Rachel and Leah Flaherty. We wish an enjoyable day to the six children and parents. The Kilmeedy school choir sang at mass.

SYMPATHY

Sympathy is extended to Mrs Ann O Callaghan, husband Patrick and family Clonroosk, Feenagh on the death of her brother Timothy Hough RIP, Mondellihy, Dromcollogher.  Extended sympathy to the entire Hough family.

Sympathy is extended to Pat Lenihan, wife Margaret and family, Clonlara, Feenagh on the death of his brother Maurice Lenihan RIP,  Firies, Co. Kerry and native of Tournagreena, Ashford.  Extended sympathy to the entire Lenihan family.

G.A.A

Division 4 all county hurling League at Feenagh on Sunday evening, Final score Monegea 1-16, Feenagh Kilmeedy 0-19 a draw.

fFeenagh Kilmeedy Team – Michael Bergin, Neilus Irwin, Michael O Connor, Kevin Murphy, Partick O Connor, Maurice Fitzgibbon, Sean Murray, Gerard O Gorman 0-1,Denis O Sullivan, Darragh Kiely, John O Gorman 0-7,Diarmuid Coleman 0-5, Jack O Sullivan 0-3,Liam O Gorman 0-1,Jimmy O Sullivan 0-2. Subs played – Sean Kelly, Luke Ryan, William Irwin. The Referee was John O Halloran (Bruree)