Jim Guerin was the scorer of 3 goals in the 1914 All Ireland final and one of the finest hurlers ever from this parish. He died only four years after that triumph, a victim of the Spanish flu epidemic. Join us for a commemoration of the centenary of his death at his final resting place. Fenloe graveyard, 3pm on Sunday December 16th.
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Christmas Quiz: Kilnasoolagh church is an integral part of the architectural heritage of Newmarket-on-Fergus village. It is an ancient building and from time to time it needs expenditure on the maintenance front. Recently the east gable had some water ingress. The coping stones needed pointing, that in turn means scaffolding, an expensive installation for a short period of time. That work has been completed outside but now there is interior work to be done on the
During the weeks of Advent, the tree located in the sanctuary of each of our three churches has a special purpose. It is a Remembrance tree. You are invited to take a card from the basket beside the tree and write on it the name of someone you wish to pray for during the Advent and Christmas season; perhaps someone who has died recently in your family at home or abroad, someone who is sick, someone away from home and
The story of the Catholic Church in Ireland” is a hard cover publication designed to appeal to younger people and children. Told in full colour picture format the book would make an excellent Christmas present. It is a special publication which is only available through parishes and there are pages dedicated to the Diocese of Killaloe. It costs €15 and is available in the Parish Office.
Sun 4th Nov:
2.30pm: Lemenagh (both Shannon and Newmarket Priests will be present)
3.00pm: Ballycar Killeen
Thur 1st Nov: 9am Carrigerry
6pm The Wells
Mass times for All Souls
Fri 2nd Nov: 11am Newmarket
6pm The Wells