Murroe/Boher Newsletter 6th August 2017

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Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan                           Fr. Tom Ryan

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

Anniversaries:                                    Murroe

Liam Cooke                                                                 7pm this Saturday

Kathy O’Brien Months Mind and

Bridget Mulcahy and

Lizzie and Denis Hayes                                                           11.30am this Sunday

Paddy and Bridget Lynch and

Catherine Ryan                                                                        7pm next Saturday

Teresa  Nicholas                                                          11.30am next Sunday


Angela O’Gorman and

Agnes and Joe Smith                                                   10am next Sunday

May They Rest in Peace

Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher Helen Hickey10am.

Murroe: Elizabeth Power-Lynch 7pm. Suzanne Barron 9am. Bridget McLoughlin 11.30am

Masses for Coming Week: No Mass on Monday, Bank Holiday.

Boher – Tuesday and Thursday at 9.30am.

Murroe – Wednesday and Friday at 10am.

A 7km walk will take place on Saturday the 12th of August, in Doon, in aid of the 95 stop tour for Limerick children (the ARK and CARI) and Doon community centre/playground. The walk starts at 8pm at the community centre and finishes at the local bar. Music and barbeque afterwards with 4×100 vouchers for Heaton Buckleys for walkers on the night.

Doon 1987 Reunion: Did you do your Leaving Cert in Doon CBS or Doon Convent of Mercy in 1987?? If you did, your reunion is on Sat September 23rd, 2017 at the GN Ballykisteen Golf Hotel. Further Information and tickets available from or on our Facebook page Doon 1987 Reunion.

A Service of healing with Mass will be held in Kilteely Parish Church Co. Limerick on Thursday 17th August @ 8pm Celebrant: –  Fr. John Keane. All are welcome. Fr. Keane is a native of Youghal Co. Cork. He is a Priest in the Diocese of Cloyne. He has spent many years on loan ministering in the missions in South America and Africa. He is presently on loan here in Ireland to a group of both clergy and lay people who travel around Ireland giving missions and retreats in Parishes. He is this month returning to his Diocese of Cloyne to take up duty as a parish priest in the Parish of Macroom, Co. Cork and Director of Eucharistic Adoration for the whole Diocese. He is gifted with a renowned Healing Ministry which many people have experienced great healing through his prayers.

Life of Light Holistic: Offering the following treatments – Reiki, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage, Holistic Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Hopi Ear Candle treatment. The above treatments are beneficial if your stressed, worried, suffer from back pain, neck pain and many more symptoms. Contact Grace Gleeson on Mobile: 087-8177611, Email: Address: Buffanoka, Cappamore, Co. Limerick

Cliona’s Foundation 10th Annual Cycle will take place on Sat 26th Aug next at Bruff Rugby Club, Kilballyown, Bruff, Co. Limerick. Again, there are three routes – 90k (over 18’s); 40k and 10k which will be the first off at 9:45am. Registration from 8:30am, adults €25.00 non-Cycling Ireland members; adults €20.00 Cycling Ireland members; child €5 and family €30. Adults register online at or on the day along with children and families. BBQ, bouncy castle etc. Any queries contact Trevor 086 – 827 6381 / Brendan 087 – 2518 949.

Murroe Boher Camogie Club: It was a busy week for Katie Heelan, Megan Kiely, Edel Cunningham and Karen Cunningham who were all part of 2 squads who were in action over the past week. Katie, Edel and Karen were part of the Limerick U17 team who beat Kerry and lost to Cork in a blitz in Mallow last Saturday. Megan and Hazel Hourigan were part of the Limerick U16 team who lost to Galway in the third round of the All-Ireland series, marking the end of their season. Edel, Karen, Katie and Megan were then all part of the Limerick minor team who lost to a strong Cork team in the Munster Shield Final on Wednesday. Well done to our girls who have done the club very proud with their performances and dedication to the Limerick jersey. These games mark the end of the intercounty seasons for all age groups and our girls now focus on the club championships. Next Sunday (13th August) our intermediate team will line out against Crecora at home in the first round of championship at 12pm. Best of luck to our girls and please show your support.

Murroe Website EditorMurroe/Boher Newsletter 6th August 2017