Moyvane

knockanuare notes August 26th 2018

KNOCKANURE

WOMEN’S PENSIONS MEETING: to be held Wednesday, 29th August in the Listowel Arms Hotel at 7pm. All are welcome.

BLOOD DONATION CLINIC will take place in the Listowel Arms Tuesday 28th & Wednesday 29th from 5pm. to 8pm. 3000 units of blood are every week. 1000 people receive blood or a blood product every week.

LOTTO RESULTS for Knockanure GAA: There was no winner of the €9500 jackpot on Friday 24th August. Numbers drawn were 8, 14, 19, 20. Lucky dip winners of €25 each were : 1. Patsy Meehan, c/o Gould’s shop, 2. Margaret O’Sullivan, Trien, 3. The Stack Family, Listowel , 4. James Shanahan, Kilbaha and 5. Michael Leahy, NY, USA. Next draw to be held on Friday 31st August with jackpot up to €9600.

LOCAL LINK KERRY ARE CURRENTLY PILOTING AN EVENING BUS SERVICE INTO LISTOWEL ON FRIDAY NIGHTS, This service is available to all who wish to use it. Route 1 – Depart 20.00 Return 23.10 Derry – Door’s Cross – Clonmacon – Guineys Cross Rd – Coolaclarog – Bedford – Cliveragh to Listowel Route 2 – Depart 20.45 Return 24.05 Curraghatoosane – Derra – Shrone West -Inch East – Inch West- Drommurin – Ennismore – Killacrim to Listowel Door to door collection where possible. Services are available to all. €5 return Free Travel Pass accepted To register for further information please contact Local Link Kerry on 066 71 47002

DEATH took place on 18th August 2018 of Patricia Danaher (née O’Gorman), Woodcliffe, Loughill.

Predeceased by her husband Pat, survived by her daughters Therese, Margaret, Mary Kennelly (Knockanure), and Eta, son Matt, grandchildren Laoibhse, Síne, Eile, Íde, Maebh, Orlaith, Jack, Marie, Nicola, Eoin and Páidí, sons in law Ronan Breslin, Dan Hennessy, Nick Kennelly and John O’Keeffe, sisters Ita Cremin, Chrissie Daly and Anna Lane, brother John, brothers-in-law, and sisters-in-law.

Funeral Mass on Tuesday at Church of Our Lady Wayside, Loughill, with burial in Ardagh Cemetery.

ANNIVERSARIES: William J Hudson, Sr. Evangelist Cantillon, Mary McLoughlin, Tom Begley, Geraldine Hegarty, Pat Mulvihill, Denis McGrath, Henry Brosnan, Mai Scanlon, Liam Nolan, Michael Joe Daly, Margaret Kennelly, Mossy Meade, Jim Barry, Jeremiah B Sheehy, Vincent Walsh,

Mon 27th at 7.30pm for Fr. John O’Flaherty, Murhur (Anni) & deceased of the O’Flaherty family

Wed 29th at 7.30pm mass for Liam Lynch, Leitrim Middle (Anni), deceased of the Lynch & Byrne Families & Special Intention: Sat 1st at 7.30pm for John Stack, Upper Aughrim (Anni) and Sun 2nd at 11.00am for Bridie O’Carroll, Manchester (Rec Dec) (sister-in-law to Brendan O’Carroll, New Houses). Knockanure Mass on Sunday 2nd September at 10.00am for Patricia Danaher, Loughill (Rec Dec) (mother of Mary Danaher Kennelly.

ANNIVERSARIES: William J Hudson, Sr. Evangelist Cantillon, Mary McLoughlin, Tom Begley, Geraldine Hegarty, Pat Mulvihill, Denis McGrath, Henry Brosnan, Mai Scanlon, Liam Nolan, Michael Joe Daly, Margaret Kennelly, Mossy Meade, Jim Barry, Jeremiah B Sheehy, Vincent Walsh.

Mass in Moyvane on Mon 27th at 7.30pm Fr. John O’Flaherty, Murhur (Anni) & deceased of the O’Flaherty family : Wed 29th at 7.30pm for Liam Lynch, Leitrim Middle (Anni), deceased of the

Lynch & Byrne Families & Special Intention: Sat 1st at 7.30pm mass for John Stack, Upper Aughrim (Anni) and on Sun 2nd at 11.00am mass for Bridie O’Carroll, Manchester (Rec Dec) (sister-in-law to Brendan O’Carroll, New Houses) : Knockanure mass on Sunday 2nd September at 10.00am for Patricia Danaher, Loughill (Rec Dec) (mother of Mary Danaher Kennelly.

SECOND COLLECTION: at all Masses next weekend 1st/2nd Sept for the Parish Priest’s Dues.

WORLD Meeting of Families in Dublin was attended from several from the parish, more details next week. In Killarney there was a big congregation, and over 40 Priests on the Altar. Diocesan Choir under the directorship of Thomás Kenny had 80 singers from across the Diocese.

RAMBLING HOUSE: The monthly rambling house in Fr. Casey’s organised by Benny Thade McCarthy resumes on Monday, September 3 with proceeds to the Abbeyfeale Chernobyl Fund.

AFTERNOON TEA DANCING: A Tea Dance will be held at Fr Casey’s Abbeyfeale on Sunday, September 9 from 3 – 6pm.

ELEANOR MC EVOY IN CONCERT AT THE GLÓRACH: Eleanor McEvoy the Irish singer/songwriter who composed the song "Only A Woman’s Heart" will perform at the Glórach on Friday, August 31 at 8.30pm.

BRING BACK THE SHOWBANDS CONCERT AT DUAGH SPORTS HALL ON THURSDAY, AUG. 30TH Appearing will be Paddy Cole, Linda Martin, Ronan Collins, Shaun O’Dowd, The Conquerors, Keith and Lorraine. This is in memory of the late Fr. Pat Moore who was one of the directors of the complex. A part donation from each ticket will go towards the Kerry/Cork Health Link Bus. Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8.30pm start.

ABBEYFEALE FARMERS’ MARKET: Helga Henn is delighted to announce her usual fine selection of locally grown vegetables for sale on Friday and Saturday mornings. The Men’s Shed hope to attend the Farmers’ Market on Friday, September 7 with a selection of handmade goods. Jon, Morgan, Seamus.

POSITIVE AGEING DAY: Sunday 23rd Sept at Lixnaw Community Centre, 2.15pm to 6pm. The day will consist of workshops – (Reminiscence, Art, Activity Games), Food, Ard Churam Choir and Dancing!!

Raffle in aid of the new Alzheimer/Dementia Unit Ard Churam. Contact Mairead Hanlon 086/8 8696341.

POST OFFICE in Moyvane; A good crowd attended a meeting in Moyvane recently protesting about the closure of the post office. The post staff are paid on transactions. If you draw three weeks pension together, it is counted as one transaction. If you draw the same pension weekly, it is counted as three transactions.

SEASON OF CREATION: Sept 1st to Oct 4th. Across the world we will be celebrating and honouring the Season of Creation.

CELEBRATION social (50 years) of Athea‘s Victory against Treaty Sarsfields. It will be held at The Devon Inn in October.

FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE LISTOWEL PROGRAMMES RAINBOWS – Separation/Bereavement programme 7-12yrs Wed. 19th Sept. at 5.15pm. ASIST – Suicide Intervention Skills Programme

Wed. 26th & Thur. 27th Sept. at 9am. SAFE TALK – Suicide Alertness Training Tues. 9th Oct. at 10am to 1pm. INCREDIBLE YEARS – Parenting Programme Wed. 3rd Oct at 9.30am-12.30pm. UNDERSTANDING SELF-HARM – Wed 10th Oct at 10am to 4pm. BABY & US – Parent and Baby Programme with various topics from Professionals Tues 16th Oct at 10am – 12pm. TO BOOK A PLACE PLEASE CONTACT: Toni Tel: 068 23584

VMM INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF LAY MISSION: VMM would like to reconnect with returned volunteers who participated on our projects in Africa, Asia and Latin America throughout the years and invite you to our Gathering and Gala Dinner celebrations in Dublin on September 1st.. For more details:http://www.vmminternational.org/vmm-international-celebrates-50th-anniversary/

GRANDPARENTS PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK: Sunday September 9th. Bus leaving Tralee at 7.30am. Contact O’Sheas on 066 7180123 to book.

AUTISM: Cork Autism Conference 2018: Re-Thinking Autism – A Positive and Integrative Approach, Sun. Sept 30th, Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas Cork. Conference provides a unique forum for Parents, Families, Caregivers, Adults with ASD, Employers, Educators, Professionals, Agencies, Advocates and anyone with an interest in autism and aspergers syndrome. More info here: www.bookwhen.com/corkautism or call 089 239 8900.

NEWSPAPERS: Kerryman 13 Sept. 1969 page 3.

Four Kerry priest ordained at St Brendan’s in Killarney by Dr Moynihan. Fr Tom Looney of Killarney, the first from town in 25 years. Fr Francis O Doherty of Headford. Fr D Leahy of Brosna. Fr Pat Harrington of Glengarriffe, Mill Hill Father. First three priests are going to serve in England shortly.

Irish Examiner 1841-1989, Thursday, 22 April, 1976; Page: 9

DEATH OF AFRICAN MISSIONARY

Rev. Richard Fitzgerald, S.M.A., who has died in Nigeria at the age of 69, was a native of Brosna, Co. Kerry. Ordained in 1933, with the exception of two years in Ireland, he ministered overseas —England, two years; Australia, nine and 30 years in Nigeria.

His nephew, Rev. T. Cullinane, S.M.A., is a missionary in Kaduna, Nigeria.

REV. THOMAS J. BUCKLEY

NYTimes

Mass., where he had been living at Hammond Hall, a rest home for priests. He was 68 years old. Father Buckley was born in Listowel in County Kerry, Ireland, was ordained a priest in 1904 and came to America in 1908. Other! churches

July 04, 1949 – – Print Headline: "REV. THOMAS J. BUCKLEY"

REV. J. E. CORRIDAN, PASTOR IN THE BRONX; Priest of St. John Chrysostom’s Church Succumbs While on Visit to Ireland, from NYTimes

Rev. James E. Corridan, pastor of St. John Chrysostom’s Roman Catholic Church, 985 East 167th Street, the Bronx, died in Listowel, Ireland, on Wednesday, after a long illness, according to word received here yesterday.

September 25, 1937 – – Print Headline: "REV. J. E. CORRIDAN, PASTOR IN THE BRONX; Priest of St. John Chrysostom’s Church Succumbs While on Visit to Ireland"

REV. JOHN BROSNAN from NY Times

June 6 1947, for a vacation in his native land. He was stricken ill June 26 while visiting his brother, James, in Tralee. Born in Listowel, he studied for six years at the Irish College in Paris and was ordained in October, 1890. Three

August 01, 1947 – – Print Headline: "REV. JOHN BROSNAN"

Mgr. James Fitzmaurice Feb 27. Fitzmaurice, rector of St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church, Philadelphia , a brother of Bishop Fitzmaurice of Erie and one of the best-known clergymen in Pennsylvania., died here t o-night after a long illness. He was Born in County Kerry NY Times 28 Feb 1906

AUSTRAILA

The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 – 1947) Sat 5 Apr 1941 Page 4

DEATH OF PIONEER IRISH PRIEST .

The death of Rev. Father Michael Joseph Barry occurred in Brisbane this morning at the age of 82 years. One of the pioneer Irish priests to come to Australia, he arrived in Brisbane in 1884. He was a native of County Kerry. He worked in several parts of the archdiocese and latterly at Blackall

and Ipswich. He had lived in retirement for many years. A Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated at St. Stephen’s Cathedral at 10 a.m. on Monday, at which Archbishop Duhig will preside. After Mass

the funeral will move to Nudgee cemetery.

The W.A. Record (Perth, WA : 1888 – 1922) Sat 27 Nov 1915 Page 15

An Old Irish Pioneer Dead! Another old resident in the person of Mr. Luke Murphy, senior passed

to his reward – on the 3rd Inst, at the residence of his son; Dr. Thomas Murphy, Crimea street, St. Kilda, at the age of 82 years. He was one of the oldest and most respected residents

of Gippsland. He arrived in Victoria over 60 years ago. The deceased gentleman belonged to an old and well-known Irish family in the County Carlow, one of his antecedents being Father Murphy, who fell at Vinegar Hill in the insurrection of ’98. A family of eight sons and one daughter

survive him, viz., Dr. Thomas Murphy,. M.A., M.S., MD., F.R.C.S., of Collins street, Melbourne; Mr. Luke Murphy, barrister and solicitor, and formerly Mayor of Bendigo ; Dr.John Murphy, M.D., F.R.C.S;, specialist for diseases of the throat, nose and ear, St. Vincent’s. Hospital, Melbourne, and Military Base Hospital,St. Kilda road, and member of Medical Board, of Victoria; Mr. Lawrence

Murphy, barrister and solicitor, of Bendigo; Mr. Frank’ Murphy,: barrister and solicitor, of Melbourne, and now a member of the Expeditionary Forces; Mr. Joseph Murphy, dentist,

of Sydney; Mr. Edward Murphy, grazier, Mallee; Mr. P. Murphy, merchant, Melbourne; and Miss M. Murphy. Mr. Luke Murphy’s wife died about eight years ago.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Rose of Tralee International Festival is an international event which is celebrated among Irish communities all over the world. The Festival, held annually in the town of Tralee in County Kerry, takes its inspiration from a 19th-century ballad of the same name about a woman called Mary, who because of her beauty was called "The Rose of Tralee". The words of the song are credited to C. (or E.) Mordaunt Spencer and the music to Charles William Glover, but a story circulated in connection with the festival claims that the song was written by William Pembroke Mulchinock, a wealthy Protestant, out of love for Mary O’Connor, a poor Catholic maid in service to his parents.[1]

Rose of Tralee Festival 2018.

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Meeting of Families

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Workshop World of Families Dublin

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Street Music Rose of Tralee August 2018

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Comments

  1. Nicholas John Warrington says:

    I was wandering if you could put the following in the next newsletter in the anniversaries part of the newsletter. Jeremiah O’Carroll who passed away on August 30th 1970 aged 63 years.

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