Kilballyowen Parish includes the villages of Cross and Kilbaha. Above are the churches of Cross and Kilbaha.
TIMES OF WEEKLY MASSES
Vigil Mass Saturday: 8pm Cross
Sunday Morning Mass: 11am in Kilbaha
Masses this week
Sat 7th Cross 8pm Kathleen O’Mahony, Clouncuneen
Sun 8th Kilbaha 11am John & Nora Maguire, Kilclogher
Thurs 12th Cross 10.30-11am Adoration
Sat 14th Cross 8pm
Sun 15th Kilbaha 11am
Welcome and thanks: to Fr Gerry Neylon who is celebrating Masses this weekend.
Next weekend Bishop Fintan Monaghan will be celebrating our weekend Masses.
Mass Count: will take place in all parishes of the diocese over the next two weekends (7th-8th October & 14th -15th October)
The World Meeting of Families: which takes place in Dublin in August 2018 is being launched throughout the country this weekend including at our Masses this Saturday and Sunday.
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.
Mission Month of October 2017: World Mission Sunday is in two weeks’ time! Please remember that in two weeks’ time, the Holy Father invites all Catholics to contribute to a special collection, the Mission Sunday collection. World Missions Ireland is the Holy Father’s official charity for overseas mission and is responsible for coordinating Mission Sunday in Ireland. All of the Mission Sunday materials are available on World Missions Ireland’s website – www.wmi.ie.
Matt Talbot Novena: continues this Monday at 7.30pm in St. Senan’s Church Kilrush and on Tuesday at 7pm in SS. John & Paul Church Shannon. We welcome Bishop Fintan to his first Matt Talbot Novena. Petitions/Prayers of thanksgiving can be left at the shrine or sent to the special petition email on shannonparish.ie where the Novena can also be watched live each week. Everyone welcome!
Mens Shed Start-Up Meeting: Clubhouse Cross, Wed 11th Oct 8.30pm Any man interested in participating please come along.
Easter Pilgrimage 28th March to 2nd April 2018 to Fatima in Portugal for 6 days ex Dublin, Led by Fr. Kevin O’Boyle. Price includes Hotels, Return Flights, Buses and Food. Also included is Mass in Saint Anthony’s Church in Lisbon where Saint Anthony was born. Station of the Cross and mass in Fatima. Don’t be disappointed so Book Early as 100 euro deposit secures place. For Brochure contact James Treacy 0860572216 or 061921470 after 9pm or otherwise leave your details on voicemail.
EANING UP PRESENT GRAVEYARD:
To prepare for the development of new ground we will be removing debris from the graveyard. There is a lot of unsightly debris and we ask that there is no longer any dumping of debris of any kind in the graveyard PLEASE – including flowers, grass, earth, stones etc, and anything used to develop graves. Clare County Council has notices displayed at the graveyard re dumping -anyone dumping debris is liable to prosecution by them. THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION.
Eucharistic Ministers: The three week training programme for our Eucharistic Ministers has been completed. As part of our Masses this weekend we have a short commissioning rite. Those who will serve as Eucharistic ministers are, Kay Keating, Emer Lynch, Mary Naughton, Mary Shannon, Geraldine Moloney, Kathleen Lynch, Mary Blake, Mary Magner, Teresa Glendinning and Krystina Pomeroy. We thank them for taking on this ministry and pray that God will bless them always.