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Third Sunday Of Advent 11/12/2022.

Please pray for Noreen Herlihy, Tiernaboul & Clashnagarrane; Liam O’Sullivan, Tournanough & Waterford; Denis O’Sullivan, Currow who died recently. May they rest in peace.

Priest on duty this weekend: Fr. Joe Begley 064 6631014/087 6501998

(for emergencies only)

Masses for the coming week

Sat  10th  Dec

7.30pm

Timmy Moriarty R.I.P. Ballinamanagh

Sun  11th Dec

11.30am

Fr. John O’Sullivan R.I.P. Ardfert & former P.P. Kilcummin

Tue  13th Dec

9.30am

 

10am-6pm

Annie O’Sullivan & deceased family members R.I.P. Tournanough

Adoration

Thu  15th Dec

 7.30pm

Private intention

Sat   17th Dec

 7.30pm

Deceased members of the Legion of Mary R.I.P.

Sun  18th Dec

11.30am

 

Eileen Herlihy (1st anniversary) R.I.P. Glounonea

17th/18th
December

Readers

Eucharistic Ministers

Altar Servers

Vigil 7.30pm

M. Healy              

E.Walsh
P. Healy           

A. Murphy   
E. Murphy
M. Bowler

Sun 11.30am

T.Counihan

G. O’Sullivan
S. O’Connor
B. O’Connor   

M. Janot
O. Condon

Offertory Collection: €830.00. Míle buiochas.

Second Collection:    €270.00. Míle buiochas.

Parish Office: Open:Tues, Wed & Fri 10.00am – 12 noon. Tel: 064 6643176 / Mobile: 087 1339732, e-mailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Baptism: We would like to welcome babies Sonny Timmy Crowley, Knockancore & Jessica Marie O’Riordan, Mountain View into God’s family with joy. Congratulations to their parents and wishing them many years of health and happiness.

 The Third Candle of Advent is called the “Shepherd’s Candle”  and is pink because rose is a liturgical color for joy. The third Sunday of Advent is Gaudete Sunday and is meant to remind us of the joy that the world experienced at the birth of Jesus, as well as the joy that the faithful have reached the midpoint of Advent. 

Christmas Confession will be held on the weekend of 17th & 18th Dec after both masses.

Notice: Items for inclusion in our Christmas edition of the weekly newsletter should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or dropped in to the Rural Development Office by Tuesday 20th Dec.

Kilcummin N.S Memory Tree: Remember loved ones this Christmas by having them represented on this years memory tree. Memory tree cards available from Kilcummin Post Office, €5 per individual & €10 per family. The Memory Tree will be lit nightly from Dec. 11th 2022 to 6th Jan. 2023.

Samaritans Kerry/ Christmas Church Gate Collections will be taking place on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day across all Kerry parishes. The help of parishoners allows the Samaritans to continue their work in the community. Samaritans can be contacted 24 hours a day on Free Call 116123 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kilcummin CCÉ  have been invited to participate at the 6.30pm Christmas Eve Mass in Kilcummin. We are inviting all local children to join in by playing or singing at this Mass. Sinéad Carroll who is our group music & singing teacher will lead the group with assistance from Michael McGurl playing keyboard. Practice for the Mass will be held in Kilcummin Church on Mon.12th from 6.30pm to 7.15pm & Mon 19th  from 6.30pm to 7.15pm. Children who have attended both practices will be asked to be in Kilcummin Church at 5.50pm on Christmas Eve.

Kilcummin CCÉ Christmas Fundraiser Raffle: The branch have organised a raffle of 3 Christmas Hampers. Lines can be purchased for €2.00 each or 3 for €5.00, available at Kilcummin Post Office, the Village Inn, and the Klub Bar. The Draw will take place on Tuesday 20th Dec., and the winners will be announced on our facebook page. We thank you in advance for your support.

Waste Disposal: It is illegal to burn household or garden waste at home, in your garden or workplace. Burning waste can pollute the air by releasing harmful chemicals into it. There may be many toxic chemicals in waste items such as synthetic materials, preservatives, gels, bleaches and plastics. Burning of such wastes in low-temperature uncontrolled fires creates toxic and dangerous by-products which are not destroyed by the fire but become airborne on soot particles. These can end up being inhaled or being washed out of the air and deposited onto surrounding soil and vegetation, where they can readily enter the food chain. Please care for our environment by disposing of your waste in a responsible manner.

Christmas Gift Fair: The Christmas Gift Fair at Randles Hotel will take place over the weekend of Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th December.  Trading times are 1pm to 6pm both days, stalls ranging from Christmas decorations to jewellery, festive foods, hampers, candles, ceramics and much more. For more information contact 064 6635333 or email christmas@randleshotel.com.

Kilcummin Biodiversity Community Park : Fresh Coppice Willow clippings available free to take from the park (they will be placed in bundles near the Celtic stone inside the small gate) suitable for weaving, craft-work, fencing etc.