News - Fri 29th May 2020

Lotto Results

Re-Launch of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers Club Lotto Sunday 24th. The numbers drawn were 5, 6, 18, 35.

No jackpot winner. No match 3 numbers and three tickets were drawn, Ann Larkin Enniscoe Castlehill Johnny and Clare Loftus Killeen Castlehill and Padraig Gill Merdita Rd Kildare Co Kildare.  Each win €50. Next week's jackpot is €4,200, draw on Saturday 30th May @ 8pm. Many thanks for your support

 

Bernie Gallagher RIP

The death occurred peacefully on Tuesday 26th May at Mayo University Hospital Castlebar of Bernie Gallagher, 41 Erris Street, Crossmolina, Co. Mayo, Áras Attracta, Swinford and The Crescent, Westport. Bernie’s remains were removed to St Tiernans church on Thursday evening funeral mass on Friday with burial afterwards in Crossmolina Cemetery. Sadly missed by her loving family, sisters Mary Loftus (Mulranny), Geraldine Kilcoyne (Mulranny), brothers Seamus (Crossmolina), John (Dublin), Francis (Crossmolina) and Anthony (Naas), sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, relatives and friends. Due to Government Restrictions and H.S.E. guidelines, Bernie's funeral was confined to family only. The family were grateful for your co-operation. A memorial Mass will be held at a later date May she rest on peace 

 

Nephin Festival  2020

Like many festivals this Summer, the annual Nephin Festival was looking like it would not be going ahead but due to many requests the Festival group have decided to proceed with a festival this Summer.  Due to the current public health situation and to work within guidelines the festival will be very different to years gone by, but with the help of the Community the festival group believe they can bring events that can be enjoyed by all the family.  The festival will be very much community led and input is needed by as many people as possible.  If you or your community group would like to take part please email the festival or call 087 4113252, we need to get as many people as possible involved so if you have any talent whatsoever we believe you can play a part.  The festival will run from July 23rd to 26th - Nephin Festival 2020 (A World Apart, A Community Together)

 

Planning for a Return to Mass

A Diocesan plan is being put in place for the return to Mass.

Everybody is looking forward to some relief from the current restrictions, but it is clear that the COVID-19 Virus will still be present at some level in the community for some time to come. 

It is clear that re-opening the pastoral life of the Church will be far more challenging institutionally than anything we have been through in the past few months. It needs to be clearly understood, however, that Churches will only be able to reopen for public liturgy when the proper procedures have been put in place.

 

• In consultation with our Parish Pastoral Council, a  support team of parishioners will have to be set up in our four Church areas to implement the Diocesan plan.

• We will need people who would be willing to supervise the sanitising of seating areas, door handles etc. to the required standard. A whole-community effort, could have the benefit of making our parish pull together in a new way.

• We are looking for, groups, clubs, organisations, individuals to take on this task for the coming months.

• Volunteer Forms are available in Crossmolina Church Porch.

• We are told that, the celebration of Public Mass in any Church will be authorised if and only if the elements of the Diocesan plan are demonstrably in place, taking into account the review of restrictions by the health  authority.

Due to Government advice regarding Covid-19, those in the vulnerable groups (including over-70’s) are unable to apply to the above.  Thank you.

  

Parish Cruise

Flyaway Travel has ceased to trade due to Covid 19 pandemic. MSC will be taking over all existing Bookings & Cancellations of Flyaway Travel. If you have paid more than your booking deposit, please contact the Commission for Aviation where you can apply for any excess monies paid. Claim Forms can be downloaded  from www.aviationreg.ie  Tel 016611700

 

CHY4 Certs – Charitable Donations

CHY4 Certs have now been posted to parishioners.  If you have not received one, forms are available at church porch or please contact Parish Office so one can be posted to you.  This form will include details for 2018 and 2019 tax year so please fill in both boxes.  It is important that all individuals who make a donation €250 or more in the year complete this form so that our Parish can claim a refund of tax paid on that donation for future upkeep of our Parish. We would encourage all parishioners to complete this form and return to designated postal box at St Tiernan’s church porch or return to the Parish Office. Deadline for completion of all forms is Friday 5th June 2020. Thank you for your cooperation.  

 

Masses celebrated in Private on our Webcam 

Tuesday - Friday 9am  /  Sunday - 11.30am

www.crossmolinaparish.com    

www.churchtv.ie If you have difficulty viewing, please use Google Chrome internet browser.

All Masses booked for Saturday (Vigil) will be transferred to the Sunday until restrictions are lifted. Anyone wishing to book Masses or have Masses transferred from Eskeragh, Keenagh or Kilmurry, please ring parish office on 31677

 

Brendan Heffernan RIP

The Parish’s of Crossmolina and  Westport and all who knew him and were shocked and sadden when the news broke on Tuesday night that Brendan Heffernan Westport and formerly Carrowgarve Crossmolina had lost his life in a fatal road accident between his motorbike and Tractor at Ardagh Newport  Son of the late Martin, deeply mourned by his heartbroken mother Evelyn, partner Colleen, sister Mary, brothers Kevin and Michael, sister-in-law Louise, aunts, uncles, Mary's partner Mike, Kevin's partner Caroline, nephew Shay, nieces Aimer, Siofra, Niamh, Keelin, Aeabha, relatives, friends and neighbours. Burial took place on Friday in Kilmurray Cemetery after requiem mass. Due to Government Restrictions and H.S.E. guidelines, Brendan's funeral was confined to family only. The family were grateful for your co-operation. A memorial Mass will be held at a later date. May he rest in peace

 

Church Envelopes

Many thanks to all who are returning their weekly envelope. A steel box is available in Crossmolina Church porch for your envelope to help in keeping our Churches open. The Box is emptied every day and is very safe. CCTV protected. Envelopes from Eskeragh, Keenagh and Kilmurry can also be put in box.

 

Untimely Passing of Scoil Néifinn’s former principal.

The school community of Scoil Néifinn, Keenagh wish to extend their deepest sympathies to the family of their former principal, colleague, and friend Mr. Cartha Byrne. Cartha joined Keenagh NS in 2003 and became principal in 2010. He continued in his role as principal when Keenagh NS and Eskeragh NS amalgamated in 2013. Cartha was a true gentleman who took great pride in his work and school. He was a truly inspirational teacher who cared for so many pupils during his years in Keenagh. He was a wonderful colleague and friend. Cartha will be sadly missed but his memory will live on and he will always be in our thoughts and prayers

 

News - Fri 22nd May 2020

Patrick (Paddy) Daire RIP

The death occurred peacefully at his residence on Thursday 14th May of Patrick (Paddy) Daire, Derryhillagh, Castlehill, Crossmolina, Co. Mayo and formerly Cloonfinglas, Fairymount, Castlerea, Co. Roscommon. Burial took place in Kilmurry Cemetery on Saturday after Requiem mass Paddy Deeply mourned by his loving wife Eileen, sons Michael and Patrick, daughter Helen, grandchildren Michelle, Allison, Laura, Nathan, Oisin, daughters-in-law Maura and Stella, son-in-law Paul, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, friends and neighbours.  Due to Government Restrictions and H.S.E. Guidelines Paddy's funeral was confined to family members only. The family were grateful for your co-operation and support. A special thank you to our neighbours who stood along the road when the Cortege from the family home proceeded to the church.  A memorial Mass will be held at a later date. May he rest in peace. 

 

Lotto Results.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot has been suspended for a couple of weeks while we all get through this difficult time. Saturday night 16th May 2020 A lucky dip draw was held for all of our members who are contributing via direct debit and are long term lotto players.

Lorna and John Mulkearns Mullenmore Crossmolina were the lucky winners and €50 is in the post to them.

 

Planning for a Return to Mass

A Diocesan plan is being put in place for the return to Mass.

Everybody is looking forward to some relief from the current restrictions, but it is clear that the COVID-19 Virus will still be present at some level in the community for some time to come. Just as human behaviour has been very successful in reducing the level of community contagion, human behaviour will also determine what happens in the weeks and months ahead. All the evidence of recent weeks has been the most important factors in reducing the spread of the infection have been the adherence to physical distancing and hand hygiene. It is clear that re-opening the pastoral life of the Church will be far more challenging institutionally than anything we have been through in the past few months. It needs to be clearly understood, however, that Churches will only be able to reopen for public liturgy when the proper procedures have been put in place.

In consultation with our Parish Pastoral Council, a support team of parishioners will have to be set up in our four Church areas to implement the Diocesan plan.

We will need people who would be willing to supervise the sanitising of seating areas, door handles etc. to the required standard. A whole-community effort, could have the benefit of making our parish pull together in a new way.

We are looking for, groups, clubs, organisations, individuals to take on this task for the coming months.

We are told that, the celebration of Public Mass in any Church will be authorised if and only if the elements of the Diocesan plan are demonstrably in place, taking into account the review of restrictions by the health authority.

Due to Government advice regarding Covid-19, those in the vulnerable groups (including over-70’s) are unable to apply to the above.  Thank you.

 

Trocaire.

Every year Trócaire asks for your help during Lent to fund lifesaving programmes around the world. This year, of course, it was not possible to return Trócaire boxes through schools or parishes in the usual way. This is the worst possible timing coming just as the world’s poorest people need us most. Therefore, Trócaire are appealing to you to return your Lenten donation. Simply count or estimate what is in your box and donate in the following ways:

1. Online at www.trocaire.org

2. By phone: 1850 408 408 (ROI) 

3. By post to Trócaire, Maynooth, Co. Kildare (ROI) 

4. Crossmolina Church

The contents of each and every Trócaire box, no matter how small, come together to make a significant difference.

 

CHY4 Certs. 

Charitable Donations CHY4 Certs have now been posted to parishioners.  If you have not received one, forms are available at church porch or please contact Parish Office so one can be posted to you.  This form will include details for 2018 and 2019 tax year so please fill in both boxes.  It is important that all individuals who make a donation €250 or more in the year complete this form so that our Parish can claim a refund of tax paid on that donation for future upkeep of our Parish. We would encourage all parishioners to complete this form and return to designated postal box at St Tiernan’s church porch or return to the Parish Office. Deadline for completion of all forms is Friday 5th June 2020. Thank you for your cooperation. 

 

Parish Cruise.

Flyaway Travel has ceased to trade due to Covid 19 pandemic. MSC will be taking over all existing Bookings and Cancellations of Flyaway Travel. If you have paid more than your booking deposit, please contact the Commission for Aviation where you can apply for any excess monies paid. Claim Forms can be downloaded from www.aviationreg.ie  Tel 016611700

 

Church Envelopes.

Many thanks to all who are returning their weekly envelope. A steel box is available in Crossmolina Church porch for your envelope to help in keeping our Churches open. The Box is emptied every day and is very safe. CCTV protected. Envelopes from Eskeragh, Keenagh & Kilmurry can also be put in box.

 

Died in Donegal.

The death occurred peacefully on Thursday 12th May of Michael (Mick) Farren Meenmore Dungloe Co Donegal after a number of Battles with Cancer age 77 Michael is survived by his wife Noirin his four children Ronan, Fiona, Ailbhe, Bridin, his three grandchildren Kate Sibeal, and Eve, son – in- law Kenny Daughter – in – law Allison his brothers and sisters Eoin, Ann, Sheila, Kay and Hugh. Burial took place in Meenmore. Michael was born in Crossmolina when his dad who was a garda was stationed in the town. Michael and the family retuned to Donegal when his Dad retired. Michael returned in the early 60’s to work in the ESB Power station in Bellacorick he joined the local Deel-Rovers club who were going well at the time in the junior grade winning North Titles in 1961 and 1962. Michael was corner Back on 62 team that went on to win County title. He had may friends in the area whom he kept in contact with over the years. Deepest sympathy to all the Family. May he rest in peace   

 

Crossmolina GAA Lotto is Back.

"In line with the easing of Covid 19 restrictions Crossmolina GAA Club Lotto Tickets are available in local shops and online.  See www.deelrovers.com for full details. Thank you for your continuing support

 

Crossmolina U-14 League and Championship winners 1985

Crossmolina U-14 League and Championship winners 1985 and who also took part in Feile Na n-Og in Cork and were guests of Nemo Rangers with their Coaches. Back from left Tom McNulty, Gerard O’Boyle, John Cosgrove, Michael Griffin, Aidan Heffernan, Francis Lynn, Ronan Maughan, Pauric Costello, John Gardiner, John Mulkearns, Patrick Lynn, John Gallagher, Patrick McDonald, David Hopkins, Kieran Tolan, David Fox, Gerry Heffernan, Cyril Clinton (Secretary Bord na nOg) and Danny McDonald. Front from left John Canavan (Chairman of Bord Na nOg, James McNulty (Child) Barry Heffernan, Paul Convey, Michael Murphy, Thomas Lavin, Kevin Loftus, Noel Convey, John Callaghan (Capt), P.J. Loftus, Donal McDonald, Paddy Collins, Fergal O’Boyle, Ciaran Gardiner, Patrick Gallagher. 

 

News - Fri 15th May 2020

Martina Kilgannon RIP.

The death occurred peacefully at her residence on Saturday 9th May of Martina Kilgannon nee Diamond 16 Lacarrow Drive Crossmolina. Requiem mass was celebrated in St Tiernan’s Church on Monday with burial afterwards in Crossmolina Cemetery. Due to Government Restrictions and H.S.E Guidelines Martina's Funeral was confined to Family members only. The family were great full  for your co-operation and support. Martina Deeply mourned by her loving husband Tom, brothers - in -law, sisters - in - law, nephews, nieces, relatives, friends and neighbours. A Memorial Mass will be held for Martina at a later date.  May she rest in peace

 

Lotto Results.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot has been suspended for a couple of weeks while we all get through this difficult time. Saturday night 9th May 2020 A lucky dip draw was held for all of our members who are contributing via direct debit and are long term lotto players.

Morgan and Veronica O’Malley Deerpark, Crossmolina were the lucky winners and €50 is in the post to them.

 

Died in Castlebar. 

The death occurred peacefully on Saturday 11th May after a long illness at her residence of Catherine Walsh – Sweeney Leicin Village, Turlough, Castlebar and formerly of Harmony Heights, Castlebar and Tubridge, Keenagh. Catherine's Funeral Mass was celebrated in the Church of the Holy Rosary, Castlebar on Wednesday with burial afterwards in Castlebar New Cemetery. Due to the HSE and Government guidelines the funeral was private at all stages. Catherine is very deeply regretted by her loving family, husband Aidan, daughter Kate, parents Kevin and Rita, sister Máire (San Francisco), brothers Jude, Kevin J., John Peter (San Francisco), parents-in-law Patsy and Kay, sisters-in-law Dirika, Helen and Danielle, nephews, niece, aunts, uncles, cousins, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace. 

 

CHY4 Certs – Charitable Donations: 

Letters together with CHY4 forms will be sent to parishioners this coming week.  We would encourage all parishioners to complete this form.  This form will include details for 2018 and 2019 tax year so please fill in both boxes.  It is important that all individuals who make a donation €250 or more in the year complete this form so that our Parish can claim a refund of tax paid on that donation for future upkeep of our Parish.  We would encourage all parishioners to complete this form and return to designated postal boxes at St Tiernan’s church porch or return to the Parish Office. Deadline for completion of all forms is Friday 5th June 2020. Thank you for your cooperation. 

(If you do not receive a letter/form, please contact the Parish Office and we will post one out to you)

 

Church Envelopes.

Many thanks to all who are returning their weekly envelope. A steel box is available in Crossmolina Church porch for your envelope to help in keeping our Churches open. The Box is emptied every day and is very safe. CCTV protected. Envelopes from Eskeragh, Keenagh and Kilmurry can also be put in box.

 

On Line Donations.

You can now donate to our Parish online by logging on to the Diocesan website and all monies donated will be sent back to our Parish Account. Log on to: killaladiocese.org Donations

 

Kilmurry Cemetery Maintenance.

Help is needed in Kilmurry Cemetery. Cutting Grass, strimming and weeding until the Schemes return. All help will be appreciated every evening this week.

 

Crossmolina GAA Lotto is Back.

"In line with the easing of Covid 19 restrictions Crossmolina GAA are restarting the Club Lotto on Saturday 24th of May. Tickets will be available in local shops and online.  See www.deelrovers.com for full details. Thank you for your continuing support

 

Crossmolina Community Council CLG

We are pleased to let all our customers know that our Outdoor Services will resume on Tuesday 19th May. We look forward to getting everyone’s garden back in shape after the lockdown. If you require our services, please get in touch 087 218 6560.  

 

Trocaire.

Trocaire are anxious to receive the proceeds of the Lenten Appeal. They are conscious of the limitations placed on this collection by the pandemic. Over the Pentecost weekend (29/5 – 1/6/2020), people in every parish in Ireland will be asked to return their intended Trócaire Lenten donations. Thanks to all who have already done so. Returns can be made online, by phone, by post to Trócaire. or put into Steel Box in Crossmolina Church Porch. Trócaire will communicate a ‘please return your Lenten donations’ message to the public through mass media (radio, press & online) and through Catholic communications outlets before & on the weekend.    

 

Masses.

All Masses booked for Saturday (Vigil) will be transferred to the Sunday until restrictions are lifted. Anyone wishing to book Masses or have Masses transferred from Eskeragh, Keenagh or Kilmurry, please ring parish office 31677.

 

Prayer.

O Mary, You shine continuously on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope. We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick, who, at the foot of the cross, were united with Jesus’ suffering, and persevered in your faith. “Protectress of the Roman people”, you know our needs, and we know that you will provide, so that, as at Cana in Galilee, joy and celebration may return after this time of trial. Help us, Mother of Divine Love, to conform ourselves to the will of the Father and to do what Jesus tells us. For he took upon himself our suffering, and burdened himself with our sorrows to bring us, through the cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. Amen.

We fly to your protection, O Holy Mother of God; Do not despise our petitions in our necessities, but deliver us always from every danger, O Glorious and Blessed Virgin.

 

News - Fri 8th May 2020

Margaret Rowland RIP.

The death occurred peacefully on Friday 1st May at her residence of Margaret Rowland (nee Lynn) No 20 St. Patrick's Avenue, Crossmolina. Requiem mass was celebrated in St Tiernans  church on Sunday with burial afterwards in Crossmolina Cemetery. Due to Government advice and HSE restrictions Margaret's Funeral was confined to family members only. The Family are grateful for your co-operation and support. A memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Margaret is survived by her family John, Mary (Lynn), James, Anthony, Catherine (O’Hora), Joe (Tuam), Marguerite (O’Malley, Gort) sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great- grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives, friends and neighbours. May she rest in peace

 

Lotto Results.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot has been suspended for a couple of weeks while we all get through this difficult time. Saturday night 2nd May 2020 A lucky dip draw was held for all of our members who are contributing via direct debit and are long term lotto players.

Padraic and Roisin Mullen Knocklegan Crossmolina were the lucky winners and €50 is in the post to them

 

Deel Medical Centre.

During the current Covid-19 outbreak the Deel Medical practice is operating using a closed door policy. We are open to deal with your medical needs but please call us on (096)31313 and we'll be happy to help you 

 

Crossmolina Parish Cruise  

Postponed to Next Year MSC GRANDIOSA  

Sat. 26th June - 03rd July 2021 We are sorry to report that Flyaway Travel has ceased to trade due to Covid 19 pandemic. We thank Pamela who has guaranteed our cruise for next year. MSC will be taking over all existing Bookings & Cancellations of Flyaway Travel. If you have paid more than your booking deposit, please contact the Commission for Aviation where you can apply for any excess monies paid. Claim Forms can be downloaded from www.aviationreg.ie Ring the commission for all your queries. Tel 016611700. Looking forward to 2021

 

Prayer Time.

Join us for special prayers in front of the Blessed Sacrament on this Thursday at 3pm as Pope Francis calls people of all religions to pray for an end to this coronavirus. Prayers will be in Private from St. Tiernan’s. Log on to our live stream to pray with us. “Since prayer is a universal value, I welcome the proposal of the Higher Committee for Human Fraternity that believers of all religions should unite spiritually on 14 of May for a day of prayer and fasting and works of charity, to implore God to help humanity overcome the coronavirus pandemic. Remember: on May 14, all believers together, believers of different traditions, to pray, fast, and perform works of charity.”Pope Francis 

 

Church Envelopes  

Many thanks to all who are returning their weekly envelope. A steel box is available in Crossmolina Church porch for your envelope to help in keeping our Churches open. The Box is emptied every day and is very safe. CCTV protected. Envelopes from Eskeragh, Keenagh & Kilmurry can also be put in box.

 

On Line Donations.

You can now donate to our Parish online by logging on to the Diocesan website and all monies donated will be sent back to our Parish Account. Log on to: killaladiocese.org Donations

 

Easter Reflection.

The six western dioceses have arranged a short online reflection ‘Stay with us Lord, for it is almost evening’. Dr Mairin Glenn and her husband, Redmond will present the Killala reflection on Sunday, May 17th at 6.30pm on the kilmoremoy webcam.  Log on to churchtv.ie   - Ballina

 

Accord counsellors offer the following key tips to people at home at this time:

For individuals living in fear at home, Accord counsellors are trained in identify and handling domestic abuse.  In such situations the priority is the safety of the fearful person and their children.  Accord can support an individual to develop a safety plan and can advise them of specialist crisis support contact numbers. In general, try and keep the lines of communication open with your spouse/partner

Be conscious of how you raise issues with your partner. There are productive ways and unproductive ways of raising issues.

Talk from your own feelings first and express what is difficult for you and what you feel you need rather than blaming and being critical of your partner. Criticism usually begets defensive, stonewalling or disproportionate responses.

Be willing to look at yourself and your behaviour in addition to your partner’s shortcomings.  ‘What is it like to be in relationship and to live with me?’ is a good question to ask ourselves.

Self-management is a very good skill to hone in these pressurised and worrying times.  It might be better to raise an issue at another time so that your partner can hear the cause of concern in a calmer context and to avoid an experience of perceived criticism or attack.

 

Bernie Timoney RIP.

The Death occurred peacefully on Thursday 7th May at her residence of Bernie Timoney nee Foody Eskeragh Crossmolina and formerly of Ballinahaglish, Ballina. Requim Mass was celebrated in Our Lady of Mercy Church, Eskeragh on Friday followed by Burial in Crossmolina Cemetery. Due to HSE and Government Guildlines Bernie's funeral and House was strictly private. A Memorial Mass to celebrate Bernie's life will be held at a later date. Bernie was predeceased by her husband Sean brothers brother’s Mike and Padraig. Bernie will be sadly missed by her loving family Eilish, Anne, Pat, Maggie, Angela and Bregge, brother Liam. Doting grandmother to Tania, Daniel, Joshus and Marina. Deeply missed by sons-in-law, sister-in-law, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.

 

News - Fri 1st May 2020

Lotto Results.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot has been suspended for a couple of weeks while we all get through this difficult time. Saturday night 25th April 2020, A lucky dip draw was held for all of our members who are contributing via direct debit and are long term lotto players.

Phil and Michael Jordan Enniscoe Castlehill were the lucky winners and €50 is on its way to them.

 

Doing a Clear Out – Clothes Recycling.

If you are clearing out your home please drop the clothes, shoes, bags etc into the Ballina Family Resource Centre, Abbey Street, Ardnaree. We are doing a Cash for Clobber as a Fundraiser for the Centre, your support would be greatly appreciated.  If you need bags we have some in the centre, just drop in and collect them. For more info call 096 75573 or 0870618525, all money received for clobber goes directly to Ballina FRC.  Due to Covid lockdown the centre hours of work are different, please ring by phone first to arrange drop off time with a member of staff.

 

GAA Club Membership.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club any adults wishing to pay membership are asked to contact Mary Lynn at 087.6430598 for new membership forms and GDPR compliance. Membership can also be paid on line at

 

Mindspace Mayo Free & Confidential Support service for Young People.

Our Outreach Service with Mindspace will return to Ballina FRC when Lockdown is over in the meantime if any young person needs help contact Mindspace Mayo, they offer a support service to young people (15-25yrs) presenting with anything from common concerns (e.g. dealing with break-up, exam stress (inparticular the Leaving Certs and College Students, bullying) to young people with emerging mental health difficulties such as mild depression and anxiety.  Due to the Covid Lockdown Mindspace are continuing their counselling online or by phone so please call them if you know any young person that is need of help especially during these challenging times.  For further information on Mindspace Mayo please see there website www.mindspacemayo.ie or call them on 094-9067001

 

Vocations Sunday. 

On this Good Shepherd Sunday we celebrate the World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Pray for an increase in vocations to the priesthood, diaconate, and consecrated life, especially for our diocese, that God will raise up good shepherds in our midst.  Do you hear the voice of the Lord, the Good Shepherd calling you to a particular way of life? If you think God is calling you to serve the Church as a priest or in the consecrated life, contact the National Vocations Office, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or your local Diocesan Vocations Director. “The one who enters through the gate is the shepherd of the flock; the gatekeeper lets him in, the sheep hear his voice, one by one he calls his own sheep and leads them out. When he has brought out his flock, he goes ahead of them, and the sheep follow because they know his voice.”

 

Church Envelopes.

Many thanks to all who are returning their weekly envelope. A steel box is available in Crossmolina Church porch for your envelope to help in     keeping our Churches open. The Box is emptied every day and is very safe. CCTV protected.   Envelopes from Eskeragh, Keenagh and Kilmurry can also be put in box.

 

Masses in Crossmolina.

All Masses booked for Saturday (Vigil) will be transferred to the Sunday until restrictions are lifted. Anyone wishing to book Masses or have Masses transferred from Eskeragh, Keenagh or Kilmurry, please ring parish office 31677.

 

MSC GRANDIOSA   Sat. 26th June - 03rd July 2021.

We are sorry to report that Flyaway Travel has ceased to trade due to Covid 19 pandemic. We thank Pamela who has guaranteed our cruise for next year. MSC will be taking over all existing Bookings & Cancellations of Flyaway Travel. If you have paid more than your booking deposit, please contact the Commission for Aviation where you can apply for any excess monies paid. Claim Forms can be downloaded from www.aviationreg.ie Ring the commission for all your queries. Tel  016611700.        Looking forward to 2021

 

Deel Medical Centre.

During the current Covid-19 outbreak the Deel Medical practice is operating using a closed door policy. We are open to deal with your medical needs but please call us on (096)31313 and we'll be happy to help you 

 

1972 Crossmolina Intermediate Team

Crossmolina intermediate Team 1972 Back row from left Dr Michael Loftus, Tommy Commons, John Reape, P. J. Loftus, Michael Reape. Michael Moffatt, Mickie Garrett and Pat McDonagh. Front Row from left Pat Flanagan, John Canavan, Christy Commons, John Monaghan, Tony McDonagh, Seamus O’Connor, John. Joe Tolan and Paddy Cawley

News - Fri 24th April 2020

Festival News.

The festival delivery service continues while the current restrictions on movement are in place.  If you need any shopping or medicines etc. delivered please contact any of the local shops, butchers or pharmacies and request delivery, this operates seven days a week. Plans for the Summer Nephin festival are on hold at the moment and it is hoped that the festival can go ahead in some shape or form, all will be dependent on Government guidelines.  Visit the festival on Facebook and instagram for any latest information.

 

Mass Times.

All Masses booked for Saturday (Vigil) will be transferred to the Sunday until restrictions are lifted. Anyone wishing to book Masses or have Masses transferred from Eskeragh, Keenagh or Kilmurry, please ring parish office 31677.

 

Masses celebrated in Private on our Webcam 

Tuesday - Friday 9am / Sunday - 11.30am

www.crossmolinaparish.com    churchtv.ie

www.churchtv.ie

 

Church Envelopes.

Many thanks to all who are returning their weekly envelope. A steel box is available in Crossmolina Church porch for your envelope to help in keeping our Churches open. The Box is emptied every day and is very safe. CCTV protected. Envelopes from Eskeragh, Keenagh & Kilmurry can also be put in box.

 

Crossmolina Social Service.

We would like to thank Joan, Mary, Ann Marie and Richie for all their work in the kitchen in ensuring our Meals-on-Wheels service is continuing as usual during these unprecedented times. A special word of thanks to our volunteers who devote their time delivering the meals. We appreciate the generosity of Anthony and Eilish Gill of ‘The Old Post Office’ and Mary Moyles of ‘The Cot and Cobble’ for their food donations. We would also like to thank the lovely lady who anonymously donated Easter eggs for each of our service users. They were delighted that the Easter bunny didn’t forget them. Stay safe everyone!

 

Votes of Sympathy.

The Crossmolina Deel-Rover GAA Club wish to express its Sympathy to the Families of former players, Committee members and friends on their recent Bereavements. May they rest in peace. 

 

Deel Medical Centre:

During the current Covid-19 outbreak the Deel Medical practice is operating using a closed door policy. We are open to deal with your medical needs but please call us on (096)31313 and we'll be happy to help you 

 

Lotto Results.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot has been suspended for a couple of weeks while we all get through this difficult time. Saturday night 18th April 2020, A lucky dip draw was held for all of our members who are contributing via direct debit and are long term lotto players.

James and Sarah Lynn Rathbane Crossmolina were the lucky winners and €50 is on its way to them.

 

GAA Club Membership.

Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club any adults wishing to pay membership are asked to contact Mary Lynn at 087.6430598 for new membership forms and GDPR compliance. Membership can also be paid on line at www.deelrovers.com

 

Crossmolina U16 Team

Crossmolina U16 team that won the North Mayo A title with a one point win over Belmullet 1 – 13 to 2 -9 in Bangor in 2001 Back row from left Sean Mangan (Coach) Nigal Canavan, Noel Tierney, Niall Carolan (Vic Capt)  Ray Carolan, Kevin Gallagher, Mark Leonard, Kerril Moore, David O’Malley, Stephen O’Malley. James Lynn, Kenneth Madden, Padraic Syron (Coach) Front Eamon Howley (Coach) Brian Benson, Pierce Loftus, Kevin McLoughlin, Sean Kelly, Liam Cawley, Henry McLoughlin (Capt) Ronan Rochford, Padraic Syron, Mark Howley, Trevor Mangan, Adam Gordan.