Parish Bulletin

St. Enda's Parish, Killanny

Fr. Michael Jordan 042 966 1452

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Mass Intentions:


Sunday 16th May: 11:30am: ‘ The Ascension of The Lord’ William & Rose Casey, Annamarron. Patrick & Kathleen Mc Ardle, Tullynaskeagh & deceased members of the Mc Ardle & Duffy families. Lil & James Byrne & Pauline & Dermot Byrne, Tullydrum.

Monday 17th May: 9:30am

Tuesday 18th May: 7pm:

Wednesday 19th May: No Mass

Thursday 20th May: No Mass

Friday 21st May : 7pm

Sunday 23rd May : 11:30am: ‘ Pentecost Sunday’   Francis Goodman & deceased members of the Goodman Family, Ballingarry.


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Masses this week ( also available via web cam)

Monday 9:30am

Tuesday 7pm & Friday 7pm

Sunday 11.30am


Reader: Sunday 16th May: Caroline Farrelly   Eucharistic Minister: Collette Connolly

Reader: Friday 21st May : Roisin Campbell   Eucharistic Minister: Elisabeth Traynor

Reader: Sunday 23rd May: Patrica Malone     Eucharistic Minister: Noleen Byrne



Church re- opening Fr Martin & Fr. Michael welcomes back our parishioners to the weekday & Sunday Masses. It’s great having a live congregation back in the church after the long lockdown. All those attending are reminded that face covering are a necessary part of life still if we are to ensure the safety and health of each other while in the church and in the grounds. It is most important that people who are vulnerable or unwell, and especially those with any symptoms that might suggest Covid-19 infection, should stay at home and, if possible, participate, via webcam. The same applies to those who have been in recent contact with someone who has the virus, in accordance with public health advice. . We look forward to welcoming you back.


Anniversary Masses

People are encouraged to have these Masses on a Friday evening as well as the Sunday Mass. This will ensure that there is no overcrowding in the church during any Mass Meeting of Ushers. After the Tuesday evening Mass there will be a short meeting to organise ushers over the next few months. Present ushers and new members are invited to attend.

Church cleaning Thanks to all those that have helped in keeping the inside of the church and the grounds clean and tidy. The work of both groups is greatly appreciated.


Envelopes & Donations can be dropped into the metal box on the porch wall or into the basket as you walk into the body of the church. Alternatively people can donate to the parish electronically through IDonate or using the IBAN  IE23BOFI90326942685351

Killanny GAA NotesLottoResults for 9th May draw…. 5, 9, 26 & 28 - No jackpot winner!Weekly prize winners €20 each – Brian & Deirdre Byrne, James Duffy, Peadar Duffy, Sade & Joan Caffrey, Peadar DooleyNext week’s jackpot will be a Whopping €11,100 !!(Socially distanced) draw will be held in Community Centre next Sunday night - €2 each or 3 for €5Many thanks to all who continue to support us.

Membership 2021Reminder that 2021 online registration is still available via Registration fees for 2021 are Adult Players €100, non-playing adults €40, children €40 (reduced to €30 for every subsequent sibling). All players of all ages & grades must be registered with the club prior to taking to the field. New members welcome!

GAA Cul CampsThis summer’s Kellogg’s GAA Cul Camps are scheduled to come to Killanny in week commencing Monday 19th July – registration is now open and spots are filling up fast – simply log on to the website

TODAY IS WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY throughout the Catholic Church. The theme this year is “Come and See” (Jn 1:46). Communicating by Encountering People Where and as They Are. Pope Francis tells us that ‘the Gospel comes alive in our own day, whenever we accept the compelling witness of people whose lives have been changed by their encounter with Jesus… The challenge that awaits us, then, is to communicate by encountering people, where they are and as they are.’

A NATIONAL SYNOD FOR THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN IRELAND. A new Synodal Pathway for the Catholic Church in Ireland leading to the holding of a National Synodal Assembly within the next five years has been announced. Submissions are invited as to what methods/models to adopt in these coming years of conversations. You are invited to offer feedback (300 words max) to the following question: What would be your preferred option for engagement in a conversation process about the Synod? The responses will be considered by the task group to be put in place by the bishops this summer to plan and oversee the first steps along the synodal pathway. Submissions should be made via the new Synodal Pathway webpage:,

Accord Catholic Marriage Care Service is currently recruiting volunteers to train as marriage preparation programme facilitators. Contact Aisling on 01 505 3112 or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . The closing date for receipt of registration of interest forms to be included in Selections for this year is Friday May 28th. Registration of Interest form and additional information about becoming a facilitator are available on

St ANGELA’S COLLEGE, SLIGO is offering a new, online MA (Religious Education and Social Justice) for September 2021. Please visit for more.”

THE MAY50k for MS IRELAND Visit to register for this fundraising initiative to combat Multiple Sclerosis in Ireland. Ideal for workplace participation.

ALONE COVID-19 Support Line for Older People is open seven days a week, 8am - 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.

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