Church Notices: Mass readers, Feohanagh Church, Saturday July 7 at 7.30pm is James Stack.
Castlemahon Church, Sunday July 8 at 11am is Joe Ryan.
Eucharistic Minister, Feohanagh Church is Bridie Scanlon.
Castlemahon Church is Patricia Curtin.
Seven Steps: The next seven steps meeting will take place in the sacristy Feohanagh on Monday night Sept 9 at 7.30pm. All interested are welcome to attend.
First Friday: Friday next Sept 6th is the first Friday of the month and mass will be in Castlemahon at 9am and in Feohanagh at 11.30am. There will be confessions before mass in both churches.
Wedding: Congratulations to Lorraine Kennedy, Ballinakill Mór and James Windle Carrigkerry and who were married recently in Castlemahon Church on Friday August 23. Following the wedding the happy couple and their guests journeyed West to Ballygarry House Hotel, Tralee for the reception were a lovely meal was had by all. Best wishes to the happy couple and hope they have a life full of happiness for many years to come.
First Holy Communion Meeting: On Tuesday Sept 10 at 7.30pm a meeting will be held for the parents of the children making their First Holy Communion next year. In order to prepare their children for First Holy Communion it would be appriciated if all the parents concerned would attend.
Irish Heart Foundation: This weekend, Sept 7/8 the church gate collection will be taken up in Feohanagh and Castlemahon Churches in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation. Your support as always will be greatly appreciated.
Set Dancing classes resume: Children’s set dancing classes with Bridget Falahee will resume on Wednesday Sept 11 in the parish hall, Castlemahon at 7pm. All children are welcome to attend, last children are welcomed back and new beginners are also welcome.
Bereavement: The death took place on Wednesday August 28 of Noel Hurley, Church View, Castlemahon. Sincere sympathy is extended to his wife Mary, Daughters Karen, Louise, Martina and Rose, Sons Noel and Peter, Brothers and sister, Sons- in- law, Daughter- in- Law grandchildren and relatives. May he Rest in Peace.
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