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GAA Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship Semi-Final:
In view of Limerick’s participation, Saturday evening Vigil Masses in the Parish on Saturday July 27th 2019 will be rescheduled as follows:-
6.30 pm Vigil Mass for Saturday evening 27/07/2019 will be brought forward to the earlier time of 4.30 pm.
8.00 pm Vigil Mass for Saturday evening 27/07/2019 will be put back to the slightly later time of 8.30 pm.
Mass times for Saturday Vigil Masses will then revert back on the following weekend and thereafter to the usual times of 6.30 pm (Patrickswell) and 8.00 pm (Ballybrown).
BREAKING NEWS: Monday 1st July: It has been confirmed by Pope Francis that Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman will be declared a saint later this year. The date of the canonisation which will take place in Rome has been announced as Sunday, 13th October, 2019. There is a direct historical connection between John Henry Newman and our parish, as he was a very close friend of William Monsell Lord Emly from their Oxford days and stayed at Monsell’s Tervoe House for a short period in August 1852. The altar upon which it is believed Cardinal Newman celebrated Mass in Tervoe House was donated by the Monsell family to Saint Joseph’s Church in Ballybrown and is now erected as part of a shrine to Blessed John Henry in that church. John Henry Newman was the founder of University College Dublin, which was first known as the Catholic University of Ireland and later became UCD.
Limerick Diocesan Pilgrimage to Rome for the Canonisation of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman, led by Bishop Brendan Leahy, 11th – 14th October 2019.
ANNUAL GRAVEYEARD MASSES
During the month of August we remember at special Masses our deceased relatives and friends who have been buried in our local cemeteries. The following are the arrangements for Cemetery Masses within the Parish:-
Clounanna – Tuesday 6th August at 7.30 pm
Patrickswell – Friday 9th August at 7.30pm
Kilkeedy – Friday 16th August at 7.30 pm