Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan Fr. Tom Ryan
Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051 Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557
Recent deaths: An tAth. Seán Ó Duinn (Bonaventure) OSB, Glenstal Abbey
Matty Davern, Rossmore, Cashel, Co Tipperary.
Peter Lynch and Pakie Lane and
Tommy Boyle 7pm this Saturday
Tom O’Shaughnessy 11.30am this Sunday
Willie Clohessy and
Stephen Ryan 7pm next Saturday
Joe Bourke 9am next Sunday
Jim Moriarty 9.30am next Thursday
Kitty Roche and
Pat Bartley, Grange Cross 10am next Sunday
May They Rest in Peace
Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Helen Hickey 10am.
Murroe: Bridget Hayes 7pm. Josie Meade 9am. Breda Byrnes 11.30am
Rosary takes place at 7pm in Murroe Church each Sunday during October
No Adoration in Murroe Church next Friday
First Communion Enrolment takes place next Sunday 22nd October at 10am Mass in Boher and 11.30am Mass in Murroe.
MURROE-BOHER ANNUAL NEWSLETTER 2017: It’s that time of year when clubs, organisations, article writers and people with photos of interest should be thinking of their contribution to this year’s annual newsletter. Please submit, by email as soon as possible. This year’s deadline will be the 1st of November at the latest. The e-mail address to send items to is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Denis & Margaret Holmes would like to thank everyone who supported their recent coffee morning in aid of Milford Care Centre and to all those who helped out in any way. The amount raised was €1,505 which has been presented to Milford.
We Wish the Players and Management of Murroe/Boher the Best of Luck in the Intermediate Premier Hurling County Final this Sunday at 1.30pm in the Gaelic Grounds
Progressive 45 Boher Community Centre every Friday night at 8pm.
Lotto Results 8/10/17-1,3,8,30-No Jackpot Winner. €20 Lucky dips Chris McKenna, Eoin Minihan, Rachel Burn & Conor Moore. Next Week’s Jackpot €3,400 in Crokers
Chapel Lane’s Christmas Market Santa Experience is back. It guarantees to be another magical experience for all with some new additions again this year. Tickets for this sell-out event are available this Sunday 15th October for one day only at Treats Coffee Shop, Newport from 11am to 2pm. €25 per child, 3 or more €60. Arrive early to avoid disappointment!
The CJ Kickham Brass and Reed Band, Tipperary Town are holding an open night on Tuesday 24th October @ 7pm. If you have an interest in music or want to learn an instrument then maybe the Kickham band is for you. Come Along to our open night, have a listen to the band, enjoy a cuppa and a look around our band room and see what we are about. It doesn’t matter if you are a musician or a beginner everything you need will be provided. We would also love to see some past members on the night also. Any queries contact Eleanor on 086-3732610 or Cathy on 085-1046959 or Kickhamband@gmail.com
Maranatha Prayer Ministry invites you to our Healing Retreat on Sunday, 22nd October 2017 at 2.30pm at St. Pauls Church, Dooradoyle, Limerick through the Ministry of Fr. Pat O’Sullivan, Limerick and Janice and Moss Carrig, Limerick with beautiful Spirit Filled Praise and Worship Music and Song, Confessions, Rosary, Divine Mercy Chaplet, Talk, Mass and Adoration and Laying on of hands for healing. Tea after in hall. All welcome.
Join us on Thursday, October 19, in the Muintir na Tíre Hall, Murroe, at 8.30 p.m. sharp, where Murroe Boher Historical Society will host Dr Julie McGrath who will be speaking on the nineteenth-century poet and social reformer, Aubrey de Vere, of Curraghchase House. Admission €5 to non-members (refreshments included). De Vere included Wordsworth, Tennyson and Newman among his friends. Wordsworth called his sonnets the most perfect of the age. He is also remembered as a social reformer with his efforts to alleviate distress during the famine and his support for assisted emigration schemes. This talk will examine the ways in which his religious faith influenced his public and private life, his involvement in the Limerick lunatic asylum controversy in the 1860s, consideration of his involvement in the magistrate system and his views on the extension of local government in Ireland.
Murroe Boher Bord na nOg, would like to thank everyone who took part in our family fun 5km cycle on Saturday 7th October. We would also like to thank everyone who supported and sponsored cards for our young cyclists, and all those who helped out with stewarding and cooking the BBQ on the day, it was a great success and fun was had by all. Between the senior cycle on Sunday and our cycle on Saturday, nearly €2,000 was raised for the Club. We would like to wish our Intermediate hurlers the best of luck in this Sunday’s county final, at 13.30 in Gaelic Grounds in Limerick. We urge all supporters to come in early and get behind the team.