Murroe/Boher Newsletter 12 May 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Tom Dunlea, Ballyvoreen, Murroe

Anniversaries:                                                 Murroe

Brendan Nash Months Mind                                                                     7pm this Saturday

Mary, Eamonn, Bobby and Tom Holmes                                                  11.30am this Sunday

Mike Ryan Months Mind and

John, Nellie and Johnny Mackey                                                              7pm next Saturday

Breda and PJ Ahern                                                                                                 11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Nicola Hyde and

Deceased members of the Leahy Family, Grange                                    10am this Sunday

Anne Finucane and

Thomas Ryan and

Eleanor Bourke                                                                                          10am next Sunday

May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Elizabeth O’Connor.

Murroe: Bridget Hayes 7pm, Michael O’Loughlin 9am, Breda White 11.30am

Rosary will take place each Sunday evening during the month of May at 6pm in Murroe Church. “Rosary at the Grotto” will also take place each evening during May, except Sunday’s, at 8pm at the Grotto in Murroe Church grounds.

Congratulations to the pupils of Killinure National School who received their First Holy Communion on this Saturday 11th May

Exam Mass will take place in Murroe Church on Monday 27th May at 7.00pm. All exam students, families and friends are invited to this Mass. A book is available in Church Hall’s where you can write the name and address of a Student doing 2nd or 3rd level exams

Coffee Morning for Cancer Research held on 27th April at Madaboy – On the day raised €2,100 and with further generous donations a grand total of €3,350 has been raised for Breakthrough Cancer Research.  A huge thank you to everyone who supported this very successful event; those who baked delicious treats, those who helped all morning to run the event and those who donated so generously and by coming helped to make it a good party! Special thanks to Sinead Dinneen and her Ukealadies for their lively entertainment which added greatly to the party

Lotto Results for 06/05/19 -1,9,15,20- No Jackpot Winner. €50 Lucky Dips Jeremiah Kemp, Mary McNamara & Biddy. €20 Lucky Dips Sarah Keays, Willie Keays, Laura Moore, Caroline Hickey/Jerry Ryan. Next week’s Jackpot €5,000 Draw in O’Neill’s.

Fund raising dance challenge in aid of cancer research, and Cappamore day care centre. Challenge – 40 different dances in one hour. Cappamore community centre, Friday 17th May at 7 30pm. Reunion of all Ireland set dancers from 1988 to 2008 for exhibition at 8 30 pm, followed by Hooley and teas. Donation box on door, raffle for hampers will also take place. Enq Pauline Hynan 085 7417609

Doon Hill Walk: in aid of Local Men’s Shed and Doon Community Council, Saturday 25th of May. Starting at 7.30pm at Doon Community Centre. Refreshments afterwards in the Local

Scoil Mhuire Murroe: Our boys and girls from Fourth Class are in the National Children’s Choir which will perform in the University Concert Hall Limerick on Tuesday next, May 14th at 7:30 pm.  We will be joined by choirs from Cratloe NS, Birdhill NS, Nicker NS and Quin NS.  We would very much appreciate your support.  Tickets are available at €15.  This concert marks the end of an exciting year’s work for Fourth Class and the repertoire promises to send you home with a song in your heart and a smile on your face.  The repertoire includes favourites such as Starman, 59th Street Bridge Song, Ave Maria, Crandaí Bogadaí, O Fortuna and Bheir Mé Ó.  The concert will also feature the School of Music orchestra, the Nolan School of Dancing and Finscéal All Ireland Gael Linn Siamsa Winners 2019.  We would be delighted to see you on the night.

Boher Community Development Association will hold its Annual Charity Cycle on Friday, 31 May at Boher Community Centre, commencing at 7pm. The full cycle loop is 40km for the experienced cyclist, but for the less practiced there are plenty of shortcut routes, which makes it suitable for all fitness levels and ages! There will be refreshments for all participants after the cycle. Entry fee for the Cycle is a donation of your choice at registration. Registration for the event will start at 6.15pm

Boher Community Development Association will hold its annual Parish Fun Day this  Sunday 23 June from 1.30pm at the GAA pitch, Boher

Murroe Boher Bord na nOg would like to congratulate our 3 players who won the Mackey Cup this week with East Limerick Schools, they were Cathal Sheridan, Oisin Holmes and Darren Collopy who was the Captain. We would also like to invite you to our Coffee morning, in our Club Pavillion on Sunday morning,12th May, after 9.00am  & 11.30am Mass, in association with Reale Family Butchers, with all proceeds going to Pieta House.

Murroe Boher Camogie: Best of luck to our intermediate team who play the league final on Sunday (12th May) at 1pm in Mungret against Cappamore. This promises to be a great game so be sure to get out and support the players and management. Hard luck to our U16 team, joined with Cappamore, who lost their league plate final on Thursday by a single point. The girls will now look ahead to championship. Best of luck to our U12 team who travel to Monaleen on Saturday for their third blitz of the year, with their first game at 10.40am in Peafield pitch. Everyone at Murroe/Boher camogie would like to wish the best of luck to all our members who are getting their First Communion this weekend from Killinure and Tineteriffe schools

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: On Saturday evening last the A team won their final league game of the season beating Holycross on a 3-0 scoreline. Well done to the lads on a hard fought campaign where they’ve finished up in a very respectable mid table position. The B team faced Castle Utd then in their final game on Sunday morning last and ended up sharing the spoils in a 2-2 draw. Well done also to the B’s who finished 5th in their League. The Ladies team lost out 4-2 in their first league game of the season last Tuesday night against Regional Utd.

The C team face Shelbourne in Tubber in a league game this Tuesday evening 14th at 6:30pm,  while the Ladies team have a league fixture on the same evening away against Listowel Celtic at 7pm. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s Summer Soccer School is running once again this year, from 15th-19th July. Its a wonderful week in Tubber for kids from 6-14 years of age. Bookings can be made online now at www.summersoccerschools.ie

Murroe AFC AGM: The club AGM will take place on Monday 20th May next at 8pm at the clubhouse in Tubber. All are welcome to attend. Nominations for positions on the committee, and motions for rule changes/new rules to be sent to secretary Tim Rainsford, (secmurroeafc@gmail.com) by Sunday 12th May. Nominations and motions must be proposed and seconded by paid up club members. A copy of the constitution and rules of the club is available by request to murroeafc@gmail.com

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Limerick Chamber Choir perform at Glenstal Abbey

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Limerick Chamber Choir, directed by Máire Keary-Scanlon, presents works such as Morten Laurisden’s ‘Lux Aeterna’, Eric Whitacre’s ‘Alleluia’ and Ēriks Ešenvalds’s ‘Stars’ in an afternoon performance in the stunning Glenstal Abbey. They will be accompanied in this performance by Irina Dernova.Concert is on the Sunday 28th April 2019 at 3pm,

 

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 21st April 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                       Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Michael (Mike) Ryan (Skehan), Ballyvoreen. Reposing at Meehan’s Funeral Home, Newport, on Sunday from 5 p.m. with removal at 7 p.m. to the Holy Rosary Church, Murroe. Requiem Mass on Monday at 11.30 a.m. Burial afterwards in Ballinure Cemetery.

Bridget Neal (Née Dee) formerly Cappanuke Cross.  Requiem Mass on Thursday next at 11.30am in Murroe Church, followed by burial of ashes in Abington Cemetery.

Anniversaries:                                      Murroe

Daniel Ryan and

Paddy Rainsford                                                                                       8pm this Saturday

Greg Byrnes                                                                                                            11.30am this Sunday

Maureen Kilgallon and Bernard Clarke                                                 10am next Friday

Tony and Anna McGuire and

Mick and Lilly Hayes                                                                               7pm next Saturday

Boher

Michael and Peggy Finucane                                                                  10am this Sunday

May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Pat Madigan.

Murroe: Willie Carey 7pm, Josie Meade 9am, Bridgid McLoughlin 11.30am

Masses for coming week: Boher – Tuesday and Thursday at 9.30am.

Murroe – Monday Funeral Mass at 11.30am, Wednesday 10am, Thursday Funeral Mass 11.30am, Friday 10am. No Mass on Tuesday.

Divine Mercy Devotions will be held on Sunday 28th April starting at 2.30pm. “Jesus said to Saint Faustina: “I want this image to be solemnly blessed on the first Sunday after Easter: that Sunday is to be the Feast of Mercy. On that day, the depths of My Mercy will be open to all. Whoever will go to confession and Holy Communion on that day, will receive complete forgiveness of sin and all punishment. Mankind will not enjoy peace until it turns with confidence to My Mercy”.”

Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research – This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday next 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment.  Please put this date in your diary and plan to come early to enjoy delicious treats, great chat and wonderful music while supporting a very worthy cause.

Murroe/Boher Twinning Association will be hosting a cake sale on Sunday, 28th April from 9am to 1pm at Murroe Boher GAA club. Please support if you can.

Murroe-Boher Historical Society Are delighted to announce that it will host a talk by Mr. Alf Monaghan on the topic, “Ireland A Sacred Island – Before Christianity” Thurs, April 25th, 2019 in the Muintir na Tíre Hall in Murroe. 8:00 pm. Admission €5 to non-members. All welcome.

Afternoon Tea Dance takes place on Sunday 28th of April from 3pm-6pm in Community Hall, Kilteely, Co. Limerick. Refreshments and Home Baking will be served. All are Welcome to come dancing or just sit back, relax and enjoy the music. Music by Dermot Lyons

Boher Community Alert Fundraising Coffee Morning, Easter Sunday 21 April, At Boher Community Centre, Following 10am Mass in Boher. This is our opportunity to raise funds to cover costs for Community Text Alerts and senior citizens pendants. If you can’t make this event, a contribution to any committee member would be appreciated.

Head2Head – Friday Madness, Get brightened up for the Summer with our special offer! Full Head of Highlights with Cut and Blow Dry starting at €65.00. Toner € 10 extra. Ring for appointment: (061) 386789 & (061) 384222 Opening late on Fridays 9.30 am to 8.30pm. Fridays Only: Full Head of Highlights – Offer lasts for April & May

Lotto Results for 14/4/19 -2,4,13,31- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips Liam Moore, Noel Foley, Elaine O’Brien & Gerry Healy. Next week’s Jackpot €4,700 Draw in Valley Inn.

Murroe Boher Camogie: Well done to our intermediate team who had a great win over Cappamore last weekend, putting them into a league semi-final against Patrickswell next Sunday (28th) at 6.30pm, venue to be confirmed. Hard luck to our junior team who lost to Kilmallock in their second ever game which saw them make great improvements. Their next game is Sunday (21st) at 2pm in Boher against Monaleen. Well done to our U16 team who beat Crecora in their third league game putting them into a Plate semi-final against Granagh/Ballingarry on May 2nd. Next weekend (27th) our U12 team will travel to Mungret for their first blitz of the year. Best of luck to Sinead McElligott and Katie Heelan who are members of the Limerick minor and junior teams who are in an All-Ireland semi-final and final action on Saturday. Best of luck to all our members and management teams and be sure to show your support.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team lost out in a thrilling league match last Sunday against a fine Castle Rovers side on a 3-2 scoreline. The B team were also on the wrong side of the same scoreline against Knockainey in the league, while the C team lost out on a 4-1 scoreline against Athlunkard Villa also in the league.

This Sunday the Mens B team face Kilmallock at home in Tubber in the Tony Power Cup at 11am, The Men’s A and C teams have no fixtures. The Ladies team’s league will be starting shortly but they have no fixtures this weekend. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018” is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15.

 

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Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research

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– This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. (on road to Cappamore 400m approx
from Abington Enterprise Centre) V94 PK26.To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment.  Please put this date in your diary and plan to come early to enjoy delicious treats, great chat and wonderful music while supporting a very worthy cause.For further information: phone 061386435

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter April 14th 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                       Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Sadie Russell (Née Ryan), Toor, Newport formerly Meentulla, Murroe

Abbott Celestine Cullen OSB, Glenstal Abbey

Brendan Nash, Liscreagh, Murroe formerly Janesboro. Reposing at Griffin’s Funeral home, Limerick this Sunday evening from 4.30 to 6pm. Removal to Our Lady Queen of Peace, Janesboro. Requiem Mass on Monday at 11am. Burial in Mount St Lawrence cemetery

Anniversaries:                          Murroe

Niall O’Riordan and deceased members of the O’Riordan and

Finnan Families                                                                                        7pm this Saturday

John Quigley and John O’Connell                                           9am this Sunday

James, Mary and Joan Ryan                                                                    11.30am this Sunday

Daniel Ryan and

Paddy Rainsford                                                                                       8pm next Saturday

Greg Byrne                                                                                                             11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Pat Tobin                                                                                                                10am this Sunday

Michael and Peggy Finucane                                                                  10am next Sunday

                                     May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Esther Reilly.

Murroe: Willie Carey 7pm, Mary O’Brien 9am, Kathryn Buckley 11.30am

Holy Week Ceremonies: We ask you to please take note of the times for the Holy Week Ceremonies                                                                Murroe and Boher

Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lords Supper                              7.30pm

Good Friday:    Celebration of the Lord’s Passion                  3.00pm

Stations of the Cross                                       7.30pm

Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil                                                     8.00pm

Masses for coming week: Boher – Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9.30am.

Murroe – Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 10am.

No Adoration in Boher or Murroe this coming week.

Clergy Collection (Easter) will take place next weekend 20/21 April. Envelopes are being distributed at present

Divine Mercy Devotions start with the Private Novena starting on Good Friday. Leaflets may be found in the Church Porch. Divine Mercy devotions will be held on Sunday 28th April starting at 2.30pm. “Jesus said to Saint Faustina: “I want this image to be solemnly blessed on the first Sunday after Easter: that Sunday is to be the Feast of Mercy. On that day, the depths of My Mercy will be open to all. Whoever will go to confession and Holy Communion on that day, will receive complete forgiveness of sin and all punishment. Mankind will not enjoy peace until it turns with confidence to My Mercy”.”

Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research – This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment.  Please put this date in your diary and plan to come early to enjoy delicious treats, great chat and wonderful music while supporting a very worthy cause.

Boher Community Alert Fundraising Coffee Morning, Easter Sunday 21 April, At Boher Community Centre, Following 10am Mass in Boher. This is our opportunity to raise funds to cover costs for Community Text Alerts and senior citizens pendants. If you can’t make this event, a contribution to any committee member would be appreciated.

Boher Community Development Association will participate again in the JP McManus Team Limerick Clean Up initiative. Each year we have a record turn-out from our community.  We hope you will join us on Good Friday, 19 April at 9am, at Boher Community Centre, for our group photo.  If people want to start earlier, the Centre will be open from 8.30a.m.

Head2Head – Friday Madness, Get brightened up for the Summer with our special offer! Full Head of Highlights with Cut and Blow Dry starting at €65.00. Toner € 10 extra. Ring for appointment: (061) 386789 & (061) 384222 Opening late on Fridays 9.30 am to 8.30pm. Fridays Only: Full Head of Highlights – Offer lasts for April & May

Lotto Results for 7/4/19 -3,20,25,30- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips Bridie Harvey, Thomas Williams, James Buckley & Aimee Byrnes. Next week’s Jackpot €4,600 Draw in O Neill’s.

Murroe-Boher Community Games: Last weekend marked the first entry by our gymnasts in the County Gymnastic Finals which were held in Foynes.  Many congratulations to Tadhg McElligott who won a silver medal in the Boys U13 event and well done to all who participated.  Best luck to our draughts and chess teams who are representing Limerick in the Munster’s in Tralee on the 20th of April.  Teams include Josh & Jamie Devlin, Rian & Donagh Horgan, Liam & John Brouder, Harry & Scott Fitzgerald, Luke O Brien, Jack O Connor, Evan Duffy, Karl Waldron, Jokubas Navikonis, and Cillian Holmes.

Murroe-Boher Bord na nOg wish to advise that that we have our annual bag packing fundraiser in Dunnes Stores on the Childers Road, next Friday 19th and Saturday 20th April, from 10.00am to 21.00pm. We are looking for volunteers to help us with these much-needed funds. Please contact any coach or member of the committee if you can offer a couple of hours on either day.

Murroe-Boher GAA: County Championship – The Bon Secours Limerick SHC starts this weekend with Murroe Boher playing Garryspillane @2pm in Caherconlish on Sunday. The team would appreciate a large support from the parish as the lads have put in a huge effort. Round 2 will take place on April 21st v Knockainey @ 1pm in Caherconlish

Murroe Boher Camogie: Best of luck to our intermediate and junior teams who both line out on Sunday. At 2pm our junior team play Kilmallock in Boher while at 6pm our attention turns to Cappamore where our intermediates will take on Cappamore in what promises to be a great game. Hard luck to our U16 team, who are joined with Cappamore, who lost to Galbally on Thursday. They will play their third round this Thursday (18th) at home to Crecora. On Tuesday our U14 team, joined with Ahane, will take on Templeglantine at home. Best of luck to all our players and be sure to get out and support your local camogie club. Check out our Facebook page for updates on all fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The C team had a great win by 3 goals to nil over Newport Town last Sunday in the league, the A & B teams had no fixtures, and the Ladies team’s Winter League has finished up also. This Sunday the Mens A team face Castle Rovers at home in Tubber in the league at 11am, The Men’s B team are away to Knockainey in the league at 2pm, and the Men’s C team are playing Athlunkard Villa in Tubber at 2pm in the league. The Ladies team’s league will be starting shortly but they have no fixtures this weekend

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Murroe /Boher Newsletter 7th April 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Jimmy Hayes, Green Road, Murroe

Johnny McMahon, Bruree, formerly Tubber, Murroe

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Brian Salt Months Mind                                                                        7pm this Saturday

Mary Burke                                                                                          9am this Sunday

Willie Holmes and Sr Labori and Sr Bridget                                        11.30am this Sunday

Niall O’Riordan and deceased members of the O’Riordan and

Finnan Families                                                                                       7pm next Saturday

John Quigley and John O’Connell                                                         9am next Sunday

Boher

Lily Fenton                                                                                           10am this Sunday

Pat Tobin                                                                                              10am next Sunday

                                     May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Eamon Tuohey.

Murroe: Bridget Hayes 7pm, Michael O’Loughlin 9am, Margaret Holmes 11.30am

Holy Week Ceremonies: We ask you to please take note of the times for the Holy Week Ceremonies                                                                          Murroe and Boher

Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lords Supper                             7.30pm

Good Friday:    Celebration of the Lord’s Passion                 3.00pm

Stations of the Cross                                       7.30pm

Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil                                                    8.00pm

Clergy Collection (Easter) will take place on weekend 20/21 April. Envelopes are being distributed at present

Murroe Tidy Towns will hold their annual church gate collection next weekend on 13th and 14th April. Your support would be very much appreciated.

Murroe Darkness into Light 4am, 11th May in aid of Pieta House. Early registration at reduced rate open until 31st March – so please register as soon as possible. See https://www.darknessintolight.ie/event/murroe. Route starts and finishes at Muintir an Tíre hall, the walk goes through the grounds of Glenstal Abbey, and parking is provided.

Lotto Results for 31/3/19 -2,6,12,27- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips Mike Hickey, Joan Carey, Paulette Hodkinson & Joan Egan. Next week’s Jackpot €4,500 Draw in Pa McGrath’s.

Maranatha Prayer Ministry Healing Retreat on next Sunday, 14th April, 2019 at 2.30pm at St. Paul’s Church, Dooradoyle, Limerick through the Ministry of Rev. Fr. John Mockler, Limerick and Lay Speaker Eilish Carter, Nenagh. All welcome.

Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish on Saturday 13th April. Music by Dave Rea. Tea served. Admission €10

Murroe- Boher Bord na nOg are delighted to announce that we are running an Easter Camp on Monday 15th April to Wednesday 17th April, from 10.0am to 13.30pm in Harty Park Murroe. The camp is open to 6 to 13 year olds, paid up members of the Bord na nOg, for €30 per child. Each player will receive a new Hurley and a Club Gear bag, to be given out on the last day, Wednesday 17th April. The camp is also open to our u6’s , from 12.30pm to 13.30pm each day , free of charge. The Club would like to thank, Reale Family Butchers, who are the main sponsors of this camp. To reserve you place, please contact Rory on 086 3176824. All monies are payable on the morning of April 15th.

Murroe Boher Camogie: Best of luck to our intermediate camogie team who kick off their league campaign against Newcastle West on Saturday (6th April) at 6pm in Boher. Next Sunday (14th) they will play local rivals Cappamore in Cappamore. Hard luck to our junior team who lost their first league game last weekend. Their next game takes place on Sunday April 14th at home to Kilmallock at 2pm. Our U16 team, who are joined with Cappamore, played their first round on Friday evening. Their second round game will take place next Thursday (11th) at 6.30pm against Galbally in Galbally. Our U14 team, who are joined with Ahane, will start their league against Knockaderry on Tuesday (9th) at 6.30pm in Ahane. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for fixtures and results and come out to support our girls.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team drew 2-2 with Moyross Utd last Sunday morning in the league and  the B team had a good win in the Power Cup by 2 goals to 1 over Aisling Annacotty.  The Ladies team  lost 3-2 to Bridge Celtic and drew 0-0 with Aisling Annacotty in the Winter League at Murroe Wood Park.

This Sunday the Mens C team face Newport Town in the league in Newport at 11am, while the A & B teams have no fixtures. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15.

Reflection: We are all very aware of the phrase, ‘people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.’ The gospel this Sunday is usually called the Woman caught in adultery. The religious leaders – the Pharisees – drag a woman into the market place and throw her to the ground. They say that she is sinner and deserves to be stoned to death publicly. Jesus, remains calm and looks at these angry self-righteous men. He then says to each of them; ‘if there is one of you who has not sinned, let him throw the first stone at her.’ But they can’t, because they are all sinners too! Jesus treats her with respect and dignity; he lifts and raises her up at all levels. He doesn’t condemn, judge or criticise her; but he does challenge her not to sin again. Jesus treats us the same way he treats the men and this woman; he doesn’t condemn, dismiss or judge us when we sin; but he does forgive and challenge us not to do it again. As in all things, Jesus offers us an example that we are to follow; we are called to love others, not judge or condemn them.

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 31st March 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Breda Power, Tralee and late of Clancy Strand, Limerick

Bernadette (Bernie) Grant, Newport

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

Jim Kenny Months Mind and Son Francis Kenny and

Jimmy Rabbitte and his parents Bill and Mary Rabbitte  7pm this Saturday

Brian Salt Months Mind                                                            7pm next Saturday

Mary Burke                                                                  9am next Sunday

Boher

Lily Fenton                                                                   10am next Sunday

                                     May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Marie O Flynn.

Murroe: Elizabeth Power-Lynch 7pm, Willie Carey 9am, Breda Berkery 11.30am

Happy Mothers Day to all mothers. Do have a happy and enjoyable day.

Murroe Tidy Towns are starting their work for the coming year. We will be meeting next Tuesday evening 2nd April @ 6.30 at the monument if anyone would like to join us to help out.  New members are always very welcome.

Also, a big thank you to everyone who supported our recent table Quiz. Thanks to Frank Ryan for setting the questions, to Tom Holmes our quiz master, to Grainne Keays our scorekeeper, to Tom Mary and Darragh Ryan of the Valley Inn and thanks to everyone who gave a spot prize.

Murroe Boher ICA AGM next Tuesday 2nd April at 8pm in the Muintir na Tíre Hall, Murroe. New members always welcome

Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research – Preliminary Notice – This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment. Please put this date in your diary and plan to come and enjoy delicious treats and great chat while supporting such a worthy cause which touches so many people.

Murroe Darkness into Light 4am, 11th May in aid of Pieta House. Early registration at reduced rate open until 31st March – so please register as soon as possible. See https://www.darknessintolight.ie/event/murroe. Route starts and finishes at Muintir an Tíre hall, the walk goes through the grounds of Glenstal Abbey, and parking is provided.

Lotto Results for 24/3/19 -14,18,20,30- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips Sarah Keays, Catherine O’Malley, Gerry Healy & Laura Moore. Next week’s Jackpot €4,400 Draw in Powers.

Murroe- Boher Community Games: Well done to all those who participated in the Talent events in Caherconlish last Friday night and in the Cross Country events in Shanagolden last Sunday. Congratulations to John O’ Brien who won silver for his performance in the Solo Recitation U16. In the Cross Country 300m B U9 Donagh Horgan came in 1st place and in 2nd place was Michael Humphreys. In the Mixed Distance Relay 400m U12 Boys, Reuben Crowe came in 1st place. In the 600m B U11 Boys it was 1st for Rian Horgan and 2nd Peter Ashe. The Boys U11 team also came in 1st place.  In the Mixed Distance Relay 800m U14 Girls, Siobhan Cooke came in 2nd place and 3rd place for Clara Noonan. In the Cross Country 1000m B U17 Emmett Crowe came in 1st place.  Some lovely running from all those who took part and best wishes to Reuben Crowe, Siobhan Cooke and Clara Noonan who will represent Limerick at the National Finals in May.

Murroe Boher Camogie: A new season kicks off in Murroe/Boher Camogie Club this weekend. Best of luck to our newly formed junior team who take on Killeedy in the first round of the league on Saturday (30th) at 6pm in Killeedy. Best of luck also to Sinead McElligott who is part of the Limerick minor team who take on Meath on Saturday (30th) at 2pm in Mungret. Next Saturday (April 6th) our intermediate team will kick off their league campaign against Newcastle West at home, keep an eye on our Facebook page for fixture updates. Our nominated greyhound, Burren Ripple, has made it through to the second round of heats in the Con & Annie Kirby Derby which will be held in Limerick Greyhound Stadium on Saturday evening. If you are interested in a night at the dogs, contact a member as we have passes for the night. Best of luck to all our players this weekend and be sure to get out and support our girls in their games throughout the upcoming season.

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A team faced Corbally Utd last Sunday morning in the league and after a thriller came out on top by 3 goals to 2., The B team lost out in the league against Wembley Rovers by 3 goals to 1, while the C team bowed out of the Hayes Cup with a 3 -1 loss to Parkville. The Ladies team had no luck in their Winter League fixtures losing out to both Moyross Utd and Lifford.

This Sunday the Mens A team face Moyross Utd at home at 11am in the league, The B team are at home also at 11am against Aisling Annacotty in the Tony Power Cup, while the Mens C team have no fixture. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe and is available at a price of €15.

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Murroe /Boher Newsletter 24th March 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                       Fr. Tom Ryan
Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557 

Anniversaries:                          Murroe

Bernard Carey                          7pm this Saturday

Foley Family                             9am this Sunday

Mary and Seamus Clarke         10am Monday

Jim Kenny Months Mind and Son Francis Kenny and

Jimmy Rabbitte and his parents Bill and Mary Rabbitte      7pm next Saturday

Boher

William and Christine Bolster and Nellie Ryan          10am this Sunday

May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend:

Boher: Eilish Bartley.

Murroe: Nora Lonergan 7pm, Suzanne Barron 9am, Breda White 11.30am

Masses for coming Week:

Boher: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 9.30am

Murroe: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 10am

Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration Assembly Day, St Patrick’s College, Thurles on Saturday next 30th March 2019. 10.00am – Rosary. 10.20-10.50am – Tea Break 10.50-11.30am – Adoration. 11.45am-l.00pm – Holy Mass, followed by Healing Service. Celebrant: Rev Fr John Keane, CC Macroom

Maranatha Prayer Ministry Healing Retreat on this Sunday 24th March 2019 at 2.30pm at St. Paul’s Church, Dooradoyle, Limerick through the Ministry of Rev. Fr. John Walsh, Limerick and Lay Speaker Jomon, Voice of Peace. All welcome.

Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research – Preliminary Notice – This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment. Please put this date in your diary and plan to come and enjoy delicious treats and great chat while supporting such a worthy cause which touches so many people.

Murroe Darkness into Light 4am, 11th May in aid of Pieta House. Early registration at reduced rate open until 31st March – so please register as soon as possible. See https://www.darknessintolight.ie/event/murroe. Route starts and finishes at Muintir an Tíre hall, the walk goes through the grounds of Glenstal Abbey, and parking is provided.

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will be holding a blood donor clinic in the Community Centre, Newport, on this Sunday 24th March. Time: 12noon – 3pm.

Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish on Saturday 30th March. Music by Chris Dallat. Tea served. Admission €10

Doon Community Council are holding their annual monster table quiz in all five pubs, in Doon, on Friday the 29th of March, starting at 9.30pm. Table of 4, €20 per table.  Raffle and spot prizes on the night

 

Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The A, B or C teams or Ladies team had no fixtures for the past 2 weekends due to weather and a weekend off for St Patrick’s day. Its back to business this weekend. This Sunday the Ladies face Moyross Utd (2pm) & Listowel Celtic (2:30pm), both played in Murroe Wood Park as part of the Winter League.  Meanwhile the Mens A team face Corbally Utd at home at 11am in the league, The B team are at home also at 11am against Wembley Rovers in the league, while the Mens C team are away to Parkville in the Div 4 Hayes Cup 1st Round also at 11am. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for fixtures and results.

Murroe AFC’s book “Murroe AFC The First 50 Years 1968-2018”is still available to purchase at Spar, and English’s. The book is a fabulous record of the story of the first 50 years of soccer in Murroe, and is available at a price of €15.

Reflection: Jesus was a great story teller! He spoke to the people in ways that they were familiar with and understood. He spoke about farming, shepherds, wine, fishing and sowing seeds. Jesus spoke the language of the people of his time. Today, in our gospel is no different.

Bad things unfortunately happen to good people; it’s a fact of life. At the time of Jesus, as some believed in the gospel, those who died at that hands of Pontius Pilate were great sinners. Jesus doesn’t think so! But he does warn those who are self-righteous that they will suffer – unless they change and repent.

To illustrate this, Jesus offers the people and us today a parable; a farmer plants a fig tree in his vineyard. Even after three years of care, watering and maintenance, it produced no fruit whatsoever.

He asked one of his workers to dig it up and throw it away. The worker suggested another solution: ‘Leave it one more year, give me time to dig around it; it may bear fruit next year, if not, then you can cut it down.’

What could this possibly have to do with us today? Let’s be honest; none of us are perfect. We all make mistakes; we say and do things that are wrong, that hurt others and break our friendship with God.

However, God does not dismiss or disown us; we are always given another chance to change, grow and improve. Who knows, we too might produce good fruit if we are given the time! (God has plenty of time!)

Jesus comes and accepts us as we are; he loves us not because we are perfect, but in the hope that we will change over the course of our lives and become perfect. If I were to wait until I was perfect to welcome Jesus it would never happen.

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Murroe /Boher Newsletter 17th March 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan      Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051 Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Thomas Lynch, who died in England son of Willie Lynch formerly of Ballyvoreen, Murroe.

Anniversaries:         Murroe

Carol McKie 7pm this Saturday

Eileen O’Malley 11.30am this Sunday

Subscribers to St Joseph’s Young Priest’s Society

and for Vocations to the Priesthood 10am Tuesday

Timmy Landers 10am Wednesday

Bernard Carey 7pm next Saturday

Foley Family 9am next Sunday

Paddy Lorigan Mass Offered

Boher

John Barron Months Mind 10am this Sunday

Eileen Hickey Mass Offered

May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Liz Barron.

Murroe: Willie Carey 7pm, Josie Meade 9am, Saundra Ni Chiosog 11.30am

Masses for coming Week: No morning Mass in Murroe and Boher on Monday

Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration Assembly Day, St Patrick’s College, Thurles on Saturday 30th March 2019. 10.00am – Rosary. 10.20-10.50am – Tea Break 10.50-11.30am – Adoration. 11.45am-l.00pm – Holy Mass, followed by Healing Service. Celebrant: Rev Fr John Keane, CC Macroom

Milford Hospice Church Gate Collection: We would like to thank you and your parishioners/congregation most sincerely for contributing to the Church Gate Collection which took place recently.  The amount raised was €1016.36

Maranatha Prayer Ministry Healing Retreat on Sunday 24th March 2019 at 2.30pm at St. Paul’s Church, Dooradoyle, Limerick through the Ministry of Rev. Fr. John Walsh, Limerick and Lay Speaker Jomon, Voice of Peace. All welcome.

Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research – Preliminary Notice – This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment. Please put this date in your diary and plan to come and enjoy delicious treats and great chat while supporting such a worthy cause which touches so many people.

Murroe Darkness into Light 4am, 11th May in aid of Pieta House. Early registration at reduced rate open until 31st March – so please register as soon as possible. See https://www.darknessintolight.ie/event/murroe. Route starts and finishes at Muintir an Tíre hall, the walk goes through the grounds of Glenstal Abbey, and parking is provided.

Killinure national School Parents Council will hold a Fundraising Table Quiz in Pa McGraths, Boher on Friday 22nd March at 9pm. Table of 4, €20. Prizes and raffle on the night. All are welcome

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will be holding a blood donor clinic in the Community Centre, Newport, on Sunday 24th March. Time: 12noon – 3pm.

Digital Skills Training: Did you receive a new digital device recently – iPhone, iPad, Tablet, Smart Phone? Do you know how to use it? Would you like to know more? Would you like to be able to navigate your way around your device confidently? Learn how to: search websites, send and receive emails, use popular apps like Skype, WhatsApp, send and receive photos, be safe online. Ballyhoura Development is delivering ‘bring your own device’ Digital Skills training in Cappamore Library. This training aims to give people the confidence, motivation and skills to take their first steps online. Training is FREE and will be delivered in small groups of 8 to 10 people, over 5 x 2 hour sessions. Our next training will begin on Friday, 22nd March from 10.30am to 12.30pm. To book a place please contact Cappamore Library on 061-381586 or email cappamorelibrary@limerick.ie

Doon Community Council are holding their annual monster table quiz in all five pubs, in Doon, on Friday the 29th of March, starting at 9.30pm. Table of 4, €20 per table.  Raffle and spot prizes on the night

Murroe-Boher Community Games: Congratulations to the U13 chess team who have qualified for the Munster final – Harry Fitzgerald, Karl Waldron, Evan Duffy, Rian Horgan, John Brouder and Josh Devlin. Well done also to the second U13 team consisting of Conor Barron O Donnell, Sean Murphy, Billy Moylan, Zindin Laihem and Tadhg McEllott, who did not succeed in getting through despite putting in a good effort’.

Reflection: The Eucharist is a place of encounter and revelation through which we meet and hear Jesus. When the scriptures are proclaimed at mass, it is Jesus himself who is speaking to us. When we present the Bread and Wine to the altar, the ultimate transfiguration and change takes place; they become the Body and Blood of Jesus and are freely offered back to us. When we celebrate the Eucharist with each other, we too are in the presence of Jesus, God’s chosen One, to whom we are asked to listen. It is then that we can truly say, “it is good that we are here!” As we continue our journey through Lent, may we listen to Jesus who has the message and words of eternal life.

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Murroe / Boher Newsletter 10th March 2019

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                          Fr. Tom Ryan

Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051                                Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557

Recent Deaths: Marion Bradley (Née Madden), Monaleen formerly of Ahane, sister of Margaret Foley and Kathleen Kett.

Brian Salt Cois na Coille. Reposing at Meehan’s Funeral Home, Newport on Monday evening from 6 to 7.30pm with removal to Church of the Holy Rosary Murroe. Requiem Mass on Tuesday at 11.30am followed by cremation.

Anniversaries:                                     Murroe

John Joe Gleeson                                                          7pm this Saturday

Esther Healy                                                                 9am this Sunday

Nora Coleman and

Pat Ryan and

Paddy Hourigan                                                                        11.30am this Sunday

Carol McKie                                                                 7pm next Saturday

Eileen O’Malley                                                           11.30am next Sunday

Boher

Mike Tierney                                                                10am this Sunday

John Barron Months Mind                                             10am next Sunday

                              May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Kathleen Walters.

Murroe: Breda Fitzpatrick 7pm, Mary O’Brien 9am, Tom Seaver 11.30am

Trócaire Boxes are available at Church exits this weekend. Please do your best to contribute to this worthy cause.

The Parents Council of Killinure National School wish to sincerely thank all who attended the Coffee morning in Boher Community Centre last weekend in aid of the ASD Unit in Killinure School. Thanks to your generosity a total of €1435.85 was raised.

Lotto Results for 3/3/19 -13,16,17,32- No Winner. €20 Lucky Dips Johnny Sullivan, Bridie Ryan, Mary Carmody, Mary Kennedy. Next week’s Jackpot €4,100 Draw in Pa McGraths.

Murroe-Boher Historical Society’s next talk will take place at the Muintir na Tíre Hall, Murroe (Eircode: V94 N740) on Thursday, March 14th at 8.30 p.m. sharp. John Flannery MA will speak to us on – Denis ‘Sonny’ O’Neill: One Man’s War. This talk looks at the varying and conflicting facets of O’Neill’s interesting and action-packed life, including his Civil War/War of Independence activities, his controversial role at Béal na mBláth in 1922, and his life in post-Civil War Ireland. Admission €5 to non-members. All welcome.

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will be holding a blood donor clinic in the Community Centre, Newport, on Sunday 24th March. Time: 12noon – 3pm.

Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish on Saturday 16th March. Music by Jimmy Hogan. Tea served. Admission €10

Digital Skills Training: Did you receive a new digital device recently – iPhone, iPad, Tablet, Smart Phone? Do you know how to use it? Would you like to know more? Would you like to be able to navigate your way around your device confidently? Learn how to: search websites, send and receive emails, use popular apps like Skype, WhatsApp, send and receive photos, be safe online. Ballyhoura Development is delivering ‘bring your own device’ Digital Skills training in Cappamore Library. This training aims to give people the confidence, motivation and skills to take their first steps online. Training is FREE and will be delivered in small groups of 8 to 10 people, over 5 x 2 hour sessions. Our next training will begin on Friday, 22nd March from 10.30am to 12.30pm. To book a place please contact Cappamore Library on 061-381586 or email cappamorelibrary@limerick.ie

Doon Community Council are holding their annual monster table quiz in all five pubs, in Doon, on Friday the 29th of March, starting at 9.30pm. Table of 4, €20 per table.  Raffle and spot prizes on the night

Reflection: In the Old Testament, the Jewish People spent forty years in the desert. They came through and were formed in the desert. It was in the desert that God spoke to them. They were tried, tested and tempted in the desert. Eventually on their desert journey, they felt that God had abandoned them and they in turn abandoned God. They gave up and gave in. They famously created the calf made of gold and worshiped it instead of remaining faithful to God.

So, like his ancestors before him, Jesus now finds himself in the desert having being lead there by the Holy Spirit. He is about to begin his public ministry and mission but before he does, he too is going to be tempted and tested. Will he remain faithful to God or give in as his ancestors did? How will Jesus respond when he is tempted to turn away from God and his own mission? What will he do when he is offered, fame, power and wealth?

As a human Jesus was tempted, but he did not rely on his own strength or will power. He turned to God for guidance, help, support and encouragement. Jesus knew where his own inner identity and strength came from. He had the humility and wisdom to turn to God when he was tested and tempted. He knew that he was not on his own.

What about each us as we begin our own Lenten Journey? Lent offers us the opportunity to look at our own lives, not harshly with negativity or judgement, but with humility and compassion.

The temptation of Jesus in the desert reminds us that we are not alone when we face our own personal struggles during Lent. Can we invite God into our lives when we are being tempted, so that like Jesus, filled with the Holy Spirit we too will be strengthened to follow the path of discipleship and holiness?

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