CHURCH NOTICES: Weekday masses – Tuesday 10am, followed by adoration, Wednesday 10am, Thursday 10am, Friday 10am.
Weekend masses – Saturday 7pm, Sunday 10.30am.
ST ANTHONY’S RELIC: The Franciscan Friars invite you to join thme in welcoming St. Anthony of Padua, on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of the discovery of ST. Anthony’s Relics by St. Bonaventure. St. Anthony will be visiting in the form of two precious relics from his Basilica in Padua, Italy. In Limerick the dates are: Monday 21 October in St. John’s Cathedral, 10am mass, 11am to 6.30pm veneration. 7pm mass, 8pm – 10pm veneration.
FEDAMORE NEWS: This year we are celebrating 40 years of Fedamore News. We are looking for photographs of people who were born or married in 1973. We are also lookinig or the usual club reports, photographs and items of interest. Email to Noreen@davisprinters.ie
SHOE BOX APPEAL: Any shoe boxes to spare? Please hand in to the Sacristy after mass any weekend.
WEDDING: The wedding took place on Saturday last of Vivienne Kiely, Tarbert and Ciaran Fitzgerald, Fedamore. The ceremony took place in St. Mary’s church, Tarbert. Celebrants were Fr. Eugene Kiely, Fr. Danny Broderick & Fr. Mike Cussen. The wedding reception was held in Ballyroe Heights Hotel, Tralee. We wish the couple many years of happiness together.
LOTTO: Castle Rovers weekly lotto draw was held in The Ranch Bar. Numbers drawn were – 2 – 9 – 18 – 24. No outright winner, Match 3 – Jimmy Hannon; Philip Heneghan c/o Kieran Mc Mahon; Mike O’Dwyer Snr. & Mike O’Dwyer Jnr. Jackpot now stands at €8,600.
FEDAMORE GAA: Lotto Numbers 2 – 9 – 16 – 20, no Jackpot winner. Next weeks draw takes place in Doran’s Bar, Jackpot €5,500.
Junior B Quarter Final Saturday 12 October in Caherconlish at 2.30pm. Fedamore v Bruff. Your support for this would be appreciated.
Well done to Kilpeacon minors who had a good victory over Drom Broadford 2-11 to 2-7. Well done to all for reaching the minor football county final.
Important notice – due to pitch inspection, Fedamore GAA playing grounds will remain closed until further notice. Absolutely no entry is permitted. Thank you for your co-operation in this matter.
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