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
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
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
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
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.