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
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)
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 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.
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.
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.