18 April 2021


Anniversaries: Breda Carey; Danny Nugent; Mary Swords; Mary Carey, Oola; Kitty Prendergast; Mai Cosgrove; Johanna O’ Mahoney; James O’ Mahoney; Michael Keane; John Joe Lonergan; Monsignor Raymond Bane; Paddy & Philly Ryan; Tomas & Mairéad Fitzgibbon; Dawn O’ Malley; Mary O’ Malley; Jane Ryan; Enda O’Riordan; Catherine K. Carey; Mary Favell; Thomas O’ Dwyer; Mike Dineen; Masie & Jim Corby; Tommy Moloney;

Easter Clergy Collection: A sincere thanks to all who have contributed €17,865 to this collection so far. Cheques to made payable to St. Michael’s Parish. Contribution can also be made online by going to Thanks to all who regularly contribute to the parish by donating online or in the boxes in the church.

Trócaire: A total of €11,065 has been donated so far. This money will be transferred to trócaire to support their work in South Sudan. It would be a great help if coins could be changed to notes or cheques before you leave them into St. Michael’s Church. Cheques should be made out to St. Michael’s Church. Donations can also be sent directly to Trócaire.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: beginning this Wed 21 April there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 3.00pm -6.00pm in St. Michael’s Church. You are invited to visit on that day and spend a little time in the Lord’s Presence and pray for yourselves and for one another.

Parish Lotto: Thanks to all who have joined our parish Lotto. There was no Jackpot winner last Thursday but the Lucky Dip winner was Sylvia Noonan – Congratulations.
You can still join the Lotto by going to the parish Website and pressing the Lotto Button. The Jackpot next week is €1,600. Good luck to all.

Parish Office & Sacristy: Remains closed to the public until the Government Level 5 restrictions end . Masses can be booked in, certificates can be arranged if you make contact by phone each morning 10.45am -12 noon on 062 52727

“Family prayer is a special way of expressing and strengthening our Faith. A few minutes can be found each day to come together before the living God, to tell him our worries, to ask for the needs of our family, to pray for someone experiencing difficulty, to ask help in showing love, to give thanks for life and for its blessings, and to ask Our Lady to protect us beneath her maternal mantle With a few simple words this moment of prayer can do immense good for our families.” Amoris Laetitia 318 Pope Francis

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