• Reflections
    Happy New Year

    Wishing you all a Blessed and Peaceful New Year.  May we support one another throughout the months ahead. The following might give us all some food for thought and a possible roadmap for 2016.  

  • Parish
    Schools Celebrate

    This evening, Tuesday December 15th, there were two performances by schools of the parish.  The children of St Teresa’s N.S. Kilkelly brought us to St Celsus’ Church and guided all there through a lovely and musical telling of the Christmas Story.  A lovely moment, among many, was the journey of the Little Drummer Boy (and […]

  • Parish
    Domincan Order Celebrates #op800

    Some weeks ago I had a call from a Dominican Priest in Rome.  He told me about the upcoming celebration and Jubilee Year marking the 800th Anniversary of the Dominican Order. He mentioned that the Order was hoping to celebrate this event on Twitter with the “hashtag” #op800 and hoped that dioceses and parishes using […]

  • Parish
    Mission Sunday 2015

    Charlie Bird leads us trough an 8 minute video journey exploring the work of Missionaries throughout the world.

  • Liturgy
    National Eucharistic Congress 2015

    “CHRIST, OUR HOPE” (COL 1:27) CRÍOST ÁR NDÓCHAS   National Eucharistic Conference takes place in Knock Shrine on next weekend, September 26th and 27th.  For programme of events click here Click on the links below to view information from the National Eucharistic Congress Website www.nec2015.ie  About NEC2015 Programme of Events Youth Programme Children’s Programme Join […]

  • Uncategorized
    Kilmovee on Irish TV

    During the week, Irish TV broadcast a piece recorded during this year’s Seosamh MacGabhann Summer school.  It was a lovely piece, showing Kilmovee at its musical best …  

  • Reflections
    Naming Religious

    At this year’s Urlaur Pattern Mass we included a “Ceremony of Naming and Remembering” men and women of the parish who had entered religious life. We included Diocesan Priests as well as Religious. For some weeks we had sought from parishioners names of relatives, neighbours and friends who they knew who had become priests, brothers […]