Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan Fr. Tom Ryan
Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051 Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557
Recent Deaths: Seamus Fleming, Cappamore formerly of Cappanahanna, Murroe
Andrew (Odd) O’Donoghue 7pm this Saturday
Deceased members of the Grimes family 9am this Sunday
Margaret Culhane 11.30am this Sunday
Jack and Biddy O’Connell and Josephine Ryan and
Susan Ryan 7pm next Saturday
John and Mary Fitzgibbon and
Brian O’Mahoney 10am this Sunday
Nora Bartley Months Mind and
Jim Frawley 10am next Sunday
May They Rest in Peace
Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher Eilish Bartley 10am.
Murroe: Breda Fitzpatrick 7pm. Suzanne Barron 9am. Saundra Ni Chiosog 11.30am
Masses for Coming Week: Boher – Tuesday and Thursday at 9.30am.
Murroe – Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10am
Best wishes to our Parishioners who travelled to Lourdes on Friday.
Cemetery Masses: Ballinure, Friday 30th June at 7.30pm. Abington, Sunday 30th July at 11.30am.
Engraved Ring found in Murroe. Please contact 0871774785 for more details.
Ros Fearna Residence will be hosting a Cake Sale on Sunday next 25th June after both Masses in Murroe, straight across from the Church at the GAA hall. Your support will be gratefully appreciated.
Church gate collection on 24th/25th June for Murroe Community Text Alert Scheme. This scheme is run on a voluntary basis so your support is greatly appreciated. Anyone wishing to join the scheme can leave their details with the collectors on the day.
Field Day Sunday next 25th June at Powers Bar, Abington. Tug of War “Pub Teams”, Bouncing Castle, Pony Rides, BBQ – Free Admission. Donations to Milford Hospice.
Reliable Kind Teenager available for babysitting/child minding, Garda vetted & references available, contact 086 6055545.
‘Gift yourself a day away’ Tue 27th or Wed 28th June – The Annual Ladies Retreat at Glenstal Abbey. Relax, reflect, pray and enjoy the company of others in the peaceful and beautiful surrounds of the monastery. Cost €45. To book your place, call Reception – 061 621005, email – email@example.com Information on all events @ www.glenstal.org
Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish, on Saturday 24th June. Music by Tommy Carroll. Tea Served. Admission €10. Great night guaranteed.
Abington Church’s annual history day will take place on Saturday, June 24, beginning at 2pm. The theme this year is, “John Jebb: The Abington Years (1775 – 1834).” Prior to becoming Bishop of Limerick, John Jebb occupied the position of Rector of Abington from 1810 to 1823, when he earned the respect and affection of Catholics and Protestants alike. Proceedings will begin at 2 p.m. with a talk by David McBurnie and Grainne Keays, reflecting on Bishop Jebb’s time in Abington. After the talk there will be a field trip to Abington cemetery, the site of the old Abington Church, and then on to the scutching mill at nearby Millbank House. At the mill, Dan Dinneen and Thomas Holmes will give short talks on Jebb’s contribution to the flax industry and employment in the area. Finally, the group will adjourn for refreshments to Pa McGrath’s in Boher at approximately 4.30 p.m. Admission to church is free with €6 charge per head at McGraths. All welcome.
Boher Community Development Association: On Sunday, a large crowd attended the GAA pitch in Boher, for the Family Fun Day. It was a tremendous success. The day commenced with a Fancy Dress competition which was followed by a number of races. There were also a number of side shows. The “Fittest Family challenge” proved very popular. All those who participated in the various events thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Sincere thanks to Cpl. Jimmy O’Donnell and Cpl. James Farrell, for organising the “Fittest Family challenge” and John Kennedy, Dunnes Stores for providing refreshments for the participants. The emphasis was on fun and a most enjoyable day was had by all who took part. Sincere thank you to everybody who took part and helped with the event.
Learn bystander CPR in 15minutes: Would you know what to do if someone had a heart attack? Learn to do CPR or refresh your skills next Saturday (24th June) from 10am to 12noon in Boher Community Centre with Community First Responder Boher. Drop in at any time between 10 and 12 or contact Ita Richardson 0876886536.
Lotto Results 11/6/17 -5,6,25,26- No Jackpot Winner. €20 Lucky dips Audrey Quinn, Francis Hickey, Paudie Leahy & Connor O’Malley. Next Week’s Jackpot €10,400 in Powers
Rearcross Tidy Towns/Rearcross FC Community Day – Sunday 25th June. Joe Dolan Tribute Band live on stage at 2:00PM – Admission is €5.00 per head for tickets purchased up to 6:00PM on Sat 24th June and €10.00 per head on the day. Children are admitted free of charge. Tickets can be purchased at Kennedy’s Discount Store Newport, The Congo Bar, The Rising Sun, McCormack’s Kilcommon and Kennedy’s Rearcross. Other events include Slieve Felim Family Challenge; Bouncy Castles/Super Slide/Demo Ball/Water Zorbing; Juvenile Tricycling/Go Karting; Milk Churn Racing; Slow Bicycle Race; Calf Raffle; Cake Sale; Juvenile Soccer Blitz; Juvenile Lucky Dip; Penalty / Sharp Shooter Competition; Commodity Auction; Gala Raffle; Pony Rides; Face Painting/Balloon Twisting & more….. Saturday 24th June events include 5K Walk/Run & 12K Walk at 2:00PM and Horse Drive at 5:00PM
Murroe Boher Camogie Club: Saturday morning saw our U8s host their first blitz of the year, hosting St. Ailbes, Cappamore and Kilmallock with each team playing each other once. Well done to all our girls who showed great skill and determination and a thank you to our coaches and volunteers for helping out on the day. Next weekend our U8s with travel to Ballyagran for the second cluster blitz while our U10s will travel to Ahane. Best of luck to all our girls and coaches.
Murroe Boher Bord na nOg wish to advise of our tournaments taking place on this Sunday June 18th in Harty Park. The first tournament (Reale Memorial Cup) is an u9 tournament, starting at 10.00am, with 2 teams from Murroe Boher, 2 teams from Killmallock and 2 teams from Ballina, Co. Tipperary. This will be followed in the afternoon, by the Rhona Kett Sheridan Memorial Cup, starting at 14.30. We have Kilconieron from Galway, Ballyea from Clare and JK Brackens from Tipperary competing in this u11 hurling tournament. Teas & Coffees with Sandwiches as well as a BBQ will be served throughout the day. We also have face painting and costume characters appearing during the day and much more, please come and support this community family fun day.