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  • Knockanuare notes-19 September 2021

    PARISH; Opening Hours of Parish Office -Tuesday 10.00am – 1.00 – Thursday 10.00am – 12.00 midday and  Friday  10.00am – 1.00 pm. Parish Secretary – A warm welcome to Maria Ruddle, from Glin who has taken the role of Parish Secretary. Sacristan still required in Moyvane. Presbytery/Office: 068 49308. Please email [email protected] with any notices for the weekly […]
  • Knockanuare notes-September 12, 2021.

    E TIMES:-Tuesday 10 – 12.00; Thursday 10-12.00 and Friday 10-2.00. Note Where there are no evening masses in Moyvane, church closes at 6.30pm. SACRISTAN:-We are currently looking for a Sacristan.   Somebody who would oversee and take care of the basic requirements of the Church and prepare for Liturgies and Sacraments.   Approximately ten hours per week with a […]
  • Moyvane Notes – 6th September 2021

    MOYVANE GAA LOTTO::There was no winner of the  €3,600 Jackpot in last Sunday night’s draw. Numbers drawn were  4   7   15   27. Lucky dips: €40 each: Eddie Stack, Lower Aughrim.  Mag Lynch, Moyvane Village. Jacko O’Connor, Lower Aughrim. Norette Kissane, Online. Molly Mulvihill, Online. Tickets are available Online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page.  All […]
  • Knockanuare notes-5th September 2021

    FIRST COMMUNION. Those receiving First Holy Communion from Knockanure will be celebrating this in Moyvane Church on Saturday, 11th September, 2021, at 11.00am. WEEKDAY MASSES: Would welcome comments on the possibility of changing masses, weekdays only, at Moyvane and Knockanure from 7.30pm to 9.30a.m.  Drop  a note or email at [email protected]) or call to Parish Office if you […]

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