Kilballyowen Parish includes the villages of Cross and Kilbaha. Above are the churches of Cross and Kilbaha.
Saturday vigil Mass in Cross at 8pm
Sunday Morning Mass in Kilbaha at 11am
TIMES OF WEEKLY MASSES
Sat 19th Cross 8pm Vincent O’Callaghan, Rehy
Anthony & Mary O’Dwyer Anniv
Sun 20th Kilbaha 11am Thomas & Bridget Keane, Kilclogher
Tues 22nd Cross 10am
Sat 26th Kilbaha 8pm
Sun 27th Cross 10.30am Confirmation
CHANGE IN MASS TIMES NEST WEEKEND
PLEASE NOTE Sat Vigil 8pm Mass will be in Kilbaha
Sunday Mass will be in Cross at 10.30am
Confirmation: takes place next Sunday in Cross at 10.30am. Bishop Fintan will be with us to celebrate the sacrament of Confirmation this year.
Sympathy: We pray for the happy repose of the soul of Joan Martin, (sister-in law of Peggie Crotty, Kiltrellig) who died recently in Mayo. May she rest in peace.
SAFEGUARDING: All Clerics and Religious are Mandated persons. The Children First Act 2015 places a legal obligation on them, to report child protection concerns to Tusla – Child and Family Agency. They must also assist Tusla, on request, in its assessment of child protection concerns about children who have been the subject of a mandated report.
Parish Sacraments 2018:
Confirmation: Cross Church Sunday 27th May 10.30am
Prayer for Peace at Pentecost
Caritas Jerusalem Statement on Gaza Violence. Caritas Jerusalem asks that Pentecost is devoted to prayer for peace due to the horrific violence along the Israel/Gaza border, which resulted in the deaths of at least 65 Palestinians, and injuries to almost 3,000. Caritas supports the right to non-violent protest, as a fundamental right of civilians. The situation in Gaza is unsustainable. Electricity is on for four hours a day, water in many areas of Gaza is undrinkable and medical supplies running out. Most of the 2 million people there have never been allowed to leave this tiny area, and young Gazans live in despair. The International Community must help.
Please pray for peace, justice, a lasting resolution of the conflict in the region and a just resolution for Palestinians in general and Gazans in particular.
Lough Derg 2018: One Day Retreats commence Sat 5thMay.
& continue on May 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 15, 20, 22, 26, 27 & 28.
Three Day Pilgrimage Season begins Friday 1st June.
Prayer for World meeting of Families: “God our Father, we are brothers and sisters in Jesus, your Son, One family, in the Spirit of your love. Bless us with the joy of love. Make us patient and kind, gentle and generous, welcoming to those in need. Help us to live your forgiveness and peace. Protect all families with your loving care, especially those for whom we now pray (n…) Increase our faith, strengthen our hope, keep us safe in your love, make us always grateful for the gift of life we share. This we ask, through Christ our Lord, Amen.