Mass intentions for the week from 15th May 2021

Public worship has now re-commenced in Ireland. We resume with the temporary schedule in Ballinderreen and Kinvara Parishes for during the pandemic. Because attendance is limited to 50 people, and the Sunday obligation is still suspended, you are asked to consider attending during the week rather than on Sunday so that as many people as possible can get to Mass each week. To facilitate people who are working, Mass on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday will continue at 7pm. An extra Vigil Mass will be celebrated in Ballinderreen Church at 8.15pm on the Saturday evenings while the current situation lasts.

Please remember to sit 2m away from anybody not from your own household, to sanitise your hands on entering and leaving the Church, and to wear a face-covering in Church.

Saturday 15th May:

7pm, St Joseph’s, Kinvara: Pakie & Maureen Flaherty and their son Brother Christy and their daughter Pauline, Killina, anniversary.

8.15pm, Ballinderreen: People of Ballinderreen Parish

Sunday 16th May:

9am, Doorus: People of Kinvara Parish.

10.30am, Ballinderreen: John Joe & Ann Jordan, Woodview, Toureen, anniversary;

Bernard Jordan, Toureen East, anniversary;

Martin Sweeney, Toureen, anniversary.

12 noon, St Colman’s, Kinvara: Miriam Hogan, anniversary, sister of Dave Hogan, Crushoa.

Tuesday 18th May, 7pm, Ballinderreen: Michael Egan, Tuam and Ballinderreen, 1st anniversary.

Wednesday 19th May, 7pm, Ballinderreen: Bridget Clasby, Toureen, anniversary.

Thursday 20th May, 7pm, St Joseph’s, Kinvara: Special intention.

Friday 21st May, 7pm, St Joseph’s, Kinvara: Paddy McIntyre, Dundalk, 1st anniversary.

Saturday 22nd May:

7pm, St Joseph’s, Kinvara: People of Kinvara Parish.

8.15pm, Ballinderreen: Maureen & Edward Larkin, Toureen, anniversary.

Sunday 23rd May:

9am, Doorus: Mass

10.30am, Ballinderreen: Michael Kelly, Tyrone, Kilcolgan, 1st anniversary.

12 noon: Cissie Pettigrew, Tulla, 1st anniversary, and for those who sympathised at the time of her funeral;

Paddy Kilkelly, Crushoa, anniversary.