Knockanuare Notes-April 3rd 2022

GAA Knockanure Lotto Results from Tuesday March 29th, Jackpot €3,300.

Numbers Drawn: 8, 12, 17, and 28, No winner. Lucky Dips of €25 went to: 1. Brendan P Carroll, c/o Enrights Bar; 2. Pat O Keeffe, Kilmorna; 3. John Walsh, Lisselton; 4. Charlie Talfie, c/o Enrights Bar, and 5. Mike Dillon, c/o Amber Garage. Next draw is on April 5th in the clubhouse. All are welcome. The Jackpot will be €3,400.

CHIROPODIST, Marion Hall, Friday Apr. 8th at 10:00. Contact Noreen 49238 for more details.

CONGRATULATIONS to Sr. Rosarii O’Sullivan, Our Lady of Apostles, Ardfoyle, Cork and of Dirreen who recently celebrated her 75th Jubilee and 102nd. Birthday.

RETIREMENT: Fr Brendan Duggan will be leaving Athea on Easter Sunday after nearly six years serving in the parish. Fr. Brendan takes up a new post with his religious congregation in Rockwell College.

CHURCH: We generally have Mass in the mornings, but if for some reason you want a Mass for a special occasion in the evening, that can be arranged. Confessions: Saturdays 6.45pm – 7.15 pm.

Eucharistic Adoration every Tues. immediately after 10.00am Mass to 11.30am in Moyvane.

ADDITIONAL MASS It has been proposed to have a Mass at 7:30pm in Moyvane on Wednesdays to accommodate those who cannot avail of the morning Mass. Any reactions? Suggestions always welcome. Leave a note in Priest’s box or at the Parish Office.

EASTER SCHEDULE: Palm Sunday 10th April 9.30am Blessing of Palms & Procession, 11.00am Blessing of Palms & Procession; Holy Thursday 14th April Mass of the Lord’s Supper 8.00pm Moyvane

Altar of Repose till 12.00; Good Friday 15th April 3.00pm Liturgy, Moyvane; Holy Saturday 9.00pm Service & Mass; Easter Sunday 9.30am Knockanure, and 11.00am Moyvane.

ADORATION takes place every Wednesday in Listowel, straight after 10.30am. Mass until 1.00 p.m.  Should a funeral take place on the day it will be cancelled. During Lent we ask you to continue praying for world peace and the people of Ukraine.

CHRISM MASS; It is hoped to have our usual Chrism Mass during Holy Week on Tuesday evening April 12th in the Cathedral. It is one of the most solemn and important liturgies of the year.

DEATH of Kathleen O’Sullivan (née Leahy), The Old Road, Clieveragh, Listowel and late of Gortaglanna, Knockanure on March 27th, 2022. Sister of the late Ollie, Jimmy, John, Michael, Margaret, Christina and Rosie. Survived by her husband Donal, sons Desmond, Aiden, Andrew and Daniel, daughters Seraphina and Kathleen, grandchildren Cora, Chloe, Kayla, Eoin, Emma, Darragh, Jack, Grace, Lucas, Maeve and Keeva, sisters Anne and Mary, daughters-in-law Mary, Katie and Rebecca, sons-in-law Joe and Declan, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces.

ANNIVERSARIES: James Danaher, Billy Enright, Michael Donal O’Sullivan, Peg Moloney, Sr. Eileen Kiely, Brendan Galvin, Jimmy Kirby, Michael Murphy, Vincent Donegan, Con Colbert, Eileen Culhane, Tim O’Brien, Maurice O’Connell, Liam Dillon, Tom McCarthy, Mass Intensions; Sat. 2nd April Moyvane for Nora Fitzgerald RIP of Finamore at            7.30pm; Sun. 3rd April Knockanure for Tim & Hannah Leahy RIP at 9.30am, and Mass Moyvane for Jerry & Ellen Enright RIP of Lissaniskea, Knockanure at 11.00am; Mon. 4th Apr.’22- No Mass in Church; Tues. 5th Apr’22 Moyvane a Private Intention at 10.00am; Wed. 6th. Apr’22- Knockanure a Private Intention at 10.00am, and Moyvane Confirmation at 3.30pm on Wed.; Thurs. 7th Apr.’22 Moyvane a Private Intention at 10.00am; Fri.8th Apr.’22 Knockanure a Private Intention at 10.00am; Sat. 9th Apr.’22 Moyvane for James & Bridget Beaton (Anniv.) Ahalahana at 7.30pm; Sun.10th Apr.’22 – Knockanure People of the Parish at 9.30am, and mass Moyvane for  Mairead Sheehan nee Carr Formerly Ballygoughlin & England at 11.00am.

AGM: Moyvane Development Association held on March 8th. Elected officers Noreen McEvoy (Chair); Carmel O’Connor (Vice chair); Ursula Enright (sec); Karen \Farrell (Ass Sec+PRO); Martin Mulvihill (treasurer); Mike Sullivan (Ass Tres.); Elaine Flaherty (liaison OTI); Kieran Kennelly (Project Coordinator); Seamus Roche (Walks Coord); Bobby Stack (Scheme Coord).

THANKS: Knockanure Community Alert. Thanks for your generous contribution of €463.20 at the Church gate.

Moyvane ICA wish to thank all who supported and helped with the recent collections for Daffodil Day and the Cancer Society. The total amount raised was over €1600. Míle Buíochas!

UKRAINE Collection €560. Thanking you for your support.

THE PRIORY INSTITUTE: A free of charge online Retreat from Holy Thursday to Easter Sunday.  Visit to register.

ANAM Cara Kerry is holding it’s monthly Parent Evening for bereaved parents on Tuesday 12th Apr. at 7:15pm in the Meadowlands Hotel, Tralee.

PARENTS & FRIENDS AGM Tuesday 5th April at 8pm. in the parish meeting room, Listowel. New members always welcome.

PADRE Pio April Devotions at Castleisland on Tuesday 19th April 7.30pm, Broadcast live without a congregation.

PLAY:  Abbeyside Players under Director Merce Hobson are pleased to present ‘The Righteous Are Bold’ in The Glórach Theatre. March 31st and April 1,2,3,7,8, and 9th.

SIVE: The Lartigue Theatre Company new production of John B. Keane’s Sive at St. John’s from April 7-12. Children’s Theatre at St John’s from 6th to 13th April.

Tarbert Theatre Players three nights at 8pm in St John’s, 2 April to Monday 4 April, contact 068/ 22566. Contact  at [email protected]  or box office 068 22566.

SAY HELLO; Claire Flynn of Mental Health Ireland will give a talk in the Library, Abbeyfeale on Thursday, April 7 at 7pm on how to ask the question “How are You”.  There will be a cup of tea and a biscuit available on the night.

DANCE Class Every Tuesday 8.30pm to 10.30pm at Fr. Casey’s GAA Club Abbeyfeale. Phone No. 087 7206449.

SCAM: You are being warned to keep clear of a Cadbury chocolate competition scam on social media, it is fake and dangerous.

PUBLIC AA MEETING: of the Green Lane Group of Alcoholics Anonymous will be held on Good Friday April 15th at 8.30pm in Prefab No1, Presentation Convent, Green Lane, Castle Street, Tralee.

Refreshments provided afterwards. All welcome.

EVENT in Tarbert Bridewell on Sunday 10 April from 5.30 pm to 7.30pm. Poets and writers – Paddy Creedon, Priscilla Donovan, Trish Healy and Patrick Lynch will do readings.

WALK: Good Friday walk on Friday 15th April starting in St Patricks Hall at 10am. You can make a donation on the day or sponsorship cards are available from any hospice member, if you want to donate online, you can click on the link.

WALK in Tarbert  will take place on April 15th at 10.30am. Starting from Tarbert Comprehensive School and going to Tarbert Island. All funds raised go directly to Kerry Hospice. Sponsorship Cards are available at Tarbert Bridewell or contact Mary Kelly 068-36215 or Mary O’Connell 068-36279.

EVENT: SpringFest – free family-friendly event will take place between 1pm and 6pm on Wednesday, April 6 at the Barnagh Greenway Hub. Entertainment from Templeglantine Comhaltas Group with Seanchaí Eddie Lennihan recounting the wonderful local Folklore.  for more details:

CYCLE 50km on Easter Sunday morning 17th April. All proceeds in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland. Cycle starts and finishes at Ballybunion health & Leisure centre at 11am, all welcome to attend. The route Ballybunion, Listowel, Tarbert, Ballylongford and Asdee & back to Ballybunion. Register on or phone 068 28111.

TEA DAY on Thursday May 5th, the Alzheimer Society of Ireland is calling the Nation to Tea.

TAX system encourages people to create global warming, the more CO2 they create, the less tax they pay.

PUBLIC are asked to nominate staff members at University Hospital Kerry for the ‘People Of UHK Awards’. Closing date for nominations is Friday, April 29.

FOOD: Climate-change policies should not lead to a reduction in food supply in Europe, according Tim Cullinan of IFA. Consumer now spends about 10% of their income on food. 20 years ago it was 30%. One-third of the world’s most fertile soil is in Ukraine, according to the U.N.

SOLAR: Senator Pauline O’Reilly, says “Planning laws that restrict the use of solar panels on schools, farms and community buildings have all but stopped development and need to be urgently overhauled.

POWER: Still no official move to encourage people to use electricity when the wind is blowing and at off peak periods. Even advice on energy saving in our everyday practices. The less oil and gas we use, the less we will be sending to fuel the war.

OPENED: Glenville House and Gardens Ardagh opening hours for 2022: April 1-30, May 1-31.

The house is located a mile from Ardagh on the Kilcolman road.

AWARD for Artist Residency 2022 at Cill Rialaig. All entries must be submitted by 4pm Thursday on April 21st via Email: [email protected] or if necessary via post to: Arts Office, Kerry County Council, County Buildings, Rathass, Tralee, Co. Kerry. TINTEAN Theatre Ballybunion, will have Liam O’Connor on 17th April.

SVDP LISTOWEL Volunteers need for meals on wheels. If you or any member of your family could spare 1 hour a week. Please contact 0877817542.

MUSIC TG4 17/04 @ 21:30,  traditional Irish Music Awards, honours the musical heroes of our age and has a special birthday this year as ‘Gradam Ceoil’ has it’s 25th anniversary. In this specially commissioned programme, live from Dublin’s National Concert Hall, TG4 recognise and celebrate our traditional singers and dancers. Paddy Glackin, Diarmuid Ó Meachair, Connie O’Connell, Edwina Guckian, Dolores Keane and Sarah Ghriallais will all be receiving awards. This year they have added a new Group award and this goes to Skara Brae who are celebrating their 50th anniversary.

BOGS- TG4 on 07/04 @ 20:00 : Presenter Manchán Magan explores our complex relationship with the peatlands of Ireland. “An Fód Deireannach” takes viewers on a visually spectacular, informative and entertaining tour of the secret treasure of Ireland’s landscape, our peatlands. Ireland is a bog superpower, we have the third largest amount of surviving peatland in the world. The bog is part of our culture and heritage; but these biodiverse habitats are under threat.

MOTORSPORT Based at The Rose Hotel, will have drivers from Ireland, Britain, Belgium and the USA go on a 160km tour of classic rally stages in West Kerry, after a start on The Mall in Tralee town centre on Saturday morning May 27. 150 cars, from the 1960s to the present day are expected to take part. The event is part of Kerry Motor Club’s 50th-anniversary celebration and is in aid of Recovery Haven.

GLÓRACH:   Sliabh Notes are to play at the Fleadh by the Feale festival main concert at the Glórach Theatre, Abbeyfeale on Saturday,  April 30, doors 7:30pm, start 8pm, Tickets from the Glórach Theatre, Abbeyfeale contact 087 1383940, and other usual outlets.

DONATION: Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott donated $275 million to women’s healthcare provider Planned Parenthood, the largest gift from a single donor in the organization’s more than 100-year history. It is part of Scott’s pledge to give away the majority of her wealth.

FIND publications from government departments and agencies, including news, press releases, reports, and Freedom of Information responses. This page is still in development and is not a complete list of all publications. Further information on publications can be found on the individual department websites.  24846 results

FUNDING from Gov. of €3,006,250 for housing adaptation grants for older people and people with a disability available.

COOK: Natalia Leane a 2nd Year Culinary Student at MTU University Kerry is going to China to represent Ireland in a National Cookery Skills Competition.

ARTS: The Kerry Short Film Bursary is now open for applications. €10,000 is available to produce a short film in the county in 2022. Deadline 5pm April 15th. More details (

OPEN CALL FOR ALL ARTISTS; The K-Fest Art (and Craft) submission/open-call is officially open. KFEST want to hear from every type of artist, embracing the unknown and welcoming creativity and originality, deadline April 10th 8pm. More details (

COUNTY Museum exhibition featuring art created by children from diverse backgrounds.

The ‘This Is Me’ exhibition is work by 24 young people who are based at Johnston Marina Hotel in Tralee and Atlas House in Killarney, the show will run until June 28 at Kerry County Museum.

Facilitated by David Fortune, artist-director of Me and The Moon, the show will run until June 28 at Kerry County Museum.

FESTIVAL of literacy and fun held in Presentation Secondary School Tralee last week. The theme of the week ‘Let Freedom Ring’ in honour of the people of Ukraine and the lifting of COVID restrictions. Taking part among many others was Gabriel Fitzmaurice.

GALWAY; The Cúirt International Festival of Literature is Ireland’s premier literary event. The 2022 festival runs from 4 – 10 April, 2022 and feature an eclectic and exciting range of Irish and international writers in Galway for readings.

WEED KILLERS are being sprayed by the Council, at present, giving bad example to householders, so early in the year.

KERRY swimming pool and leisure centre operators will receive €190,424 in government funding to support the sport sector.

INGREDIENTS: Kerry Group, has acquired a US-based supplier of branded botanical ingredients. Natreon supplies branded and scientifically studied and tested Ayurvedic (Aye-a-vay-dick) dietary supplement.

PLANS for 400 homes in Limerick can be found at

WORD: The person who is good at making excuses is seldom good at anything else.

FOSTERING IN KERRY: Ireland is experiencing a shortage of foster carers, and we need your help. If you would like to help support a child or young person in need, contact Orchard Fostering today on

(021) 2038332 or visit

ACCORD, MARRIAGE CARE SERVICE: Accord is recruiting interested people to assist in the provision of Marriage Preparation Programmes. Application forms are available by contacting [email protected]


GAME: For when the one Great Scorer comes, to write against your name, He marks – not what you have won or lost – but how you played the game.


LAY PEOPLE TO TAKE LEADERSHIP ROLES: Sunday 3rd April sees the launch of the new volunteer Ministry of the Lay Pastoral Leader. It is being introduced as a response to the changing needs of parish communities. The lay pastoral leaders will work alongside the clergy. Their role will be to lead, co-ordinate and support different aspects of parish life. If you are interested in this ministry, for more information, check out


POPE: “An older person, one who has lived a long time, and receives the gift of a lucid and passionate testimony of his history, is an irreplaceable blessing.”

In a personal testimony, Pope Francis recalled learning about his abhorrence and anger at war from his grandfather, who fought on the Piave in 1914.

“He passed on this anger to me,” recalled the Pope, “because he told me about the suffering of a war. And you don’t learn that in books or in other ways… you learn it this way, passing it on from grandparents to grandchildren.”

He went on to say that “today, unfortunately, this is not the case and we think that grandparents are discarded material: no! No! They are the living memory of a people, and young people and children need to hear from their grandparents.”

Wisdom of the elderly

“In our culture, which is so ‘politically correct,’ he noted, “this path seems to be hindered in many ways.”

Therefore, the Pope added, we greatly need the wisdom and experience of the elderly to help new generations know the Church from the inside, to live lives of fidelity to God’s word, to persevere in hope amid trials, and to show compassionate love for all our brothers and sisters.

HYMNS for Confirmation



AFTER WAR 1: Join exhibition curators Katie Fox, Katherine Howells and Laura Robson-Mainwaring for a highlights tour of our exhibition The 1920s: Beyond the Roar.


EGYPT: One hundred years ago, on 28 February 1922, Edmund Allenby, the British High-Commissioner in Egypt, wrote to Sultan Fuad. ‘The British Protectorate over Egypt is terminated,’ he stated, ‘and Egypt is declared to be an independent sovereign State’. 40 years after first occupying Egypt, the British were leaving.


1974-10-05 Irish People- page18

Victory For U.S. At 1974 Fleadh-Cheoil Following a very successful year at the (1973) All Ireland Fleadh-Cheoil held in Listowel, Co. Kerry the Martin Mulvihill School of traditional Irish music N.Y.C. returned from the 1974 Fleadh-Cheoil with a total of 23 medals. Ten of these were awarded the North American champions (1973-1974) Garryowen Jr. Ceile Band C.C.E. for placing second in the all Ireland competitions, after they played a beautiful program adjudicated as “fantastic”. Results – showed a scant % of a point between the first place Pipers Club, Dublin and the Garryowen N.Y.C. Third place ; went to Dundalk Ceili Band. It was a  great victory for the U.S. in bringing 23 medals home for the first time ever. We are so very proud of all these wonderful youngsters. A run down on the awards as follows- Our all Ireland champion (1973) young Brian Conway retained his title with first place for the second year in the violin competition (11-14). James Early captured a first place in piano accordion (16-18). Pat Mahon won second place (2 row ace. 14-16). John Nolan second place (2 row ace. 16-18). Brian Mulvihill second place (drumming 16-18). Mary Mahon third place on the violin (14-16). Lisa Dardzinski third place (piano ace. 11-14). Gail Mulvihill third place (lilting 11-14). Margie McGrath, Mary and Pat Mahon took first in the trio comp. (14-16) and Mary and Pat Mahon teamed up for a third place in the duet comp. (14-16). Brendan. Mulvihill, now residing in England who is the son of Martin Mulvihill was awarded second place in the senior violin competition. Other students from the Mulvihill School who competed in Ireland for the first time were Sean Cunnane (2 row ace.) Charlene Corbett (violin) Maureen O’Hara (ace. duet). Before their overwhelming success in Listowel, these fine young Irish Americans won the hearts of the Irish people in their return engagement by popular demand to a capacity audience at the Raftery Room, Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo. Our thanks to Jerry Walsh for his warm hospitality and support. Along with us for the evenings merriment was two very talented lads from New York City-Ed. Radburn and Tom Forde Jr. who rendered some very fine and rousing songs supporting each other on guitars. A superb exhibition of Irish dancing was performed by Sean Cunnane, himself a winner in the all world dancing comp. 1974. Our own Garryowen’s rendered some fine figure dancing, as the majority of this band are accomplished dancers from various dance schools in the N.Y.C. area. Maureen O’Hara offered a solo on the piano accordion as did Charlene Corbett on the fiddle. A stop off at the Imperial Hotel, Ballina Co. Mayo the youngsters were joyously received for a ‘seisftim’ courtesy of Mr. John Crossan, manager. On our arrival in Listowel on Rockland Piper’s Ball The Rockland Irish Warpipe Band will hold its Third Annual “Pipers’ Ball” on Saturday, October 26, 1974, at 9 P.M. in St. Catherine’s Hall, Blauvelt, New York. Chairman of this Gala will be Drummer Matt Reilly. Music will be furnished by “The Rockland Rovers Dance Band” who will be making their first appearance as a band in Rockland County. The Rovers are well known for their Irish singing in the pubs in the New York and New Jersey area. There will be Pipe Band entertainment, a Grand March and a Special Series of Song Contests. A basket of IRISH Cheer worth $75. will be given away at Midnite to some lucky person. The all inclusive price will be $7.50 per person. Food and liquid refreshments will be provided. The tickets can be ordered and tables reserved by calling Matt Reilly, 914-3594757, or John Tracey 201-768-1616. No tickets will be sold at the door. Friday, the Garryowens by invitation of the Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann, displayed their musical and dancing talents in the Listowel Arms Hotel playing for the entire evening to a packed audience. Led by their teacher Martin Mulvihill the continuous flow of jigs, reels, hornpipes, polkas, waltzes, was joyously appreciated by the enormous crowd. Sitting in for a solo, on the accordion was John Nolan. The evening was brought to a close with the American and Irish anthems played by the Garryowens. On behalf of Martin Mulvihill, the parents and the students, we wish to thank the numerous good people who were instrumental in helping to send these worthy youngsters to the All Ireland Fleadh. Our thanks to Dennis and Pat Barrett at the Brian Boru Pub for the use of the hall, and to Tim Moloney at the Dublin Pub for his kind support. Our gratitude to the good priests and parishioners of St. Margaret’s Church in Riverdale, and St. Anthony’s Church in the Bronx for their successful concerts in behalf of the children. Also, our thanks to the Irish International committee in Patchogue, L.I. for their generous support. Of course to the ‘Garryowens’, for their many hours of dedication, a very special thank you from their parents. You all made us very proud. Mary Ann Dardzinski



Desmond Hall an OPW managed site

West Limerick preserves many of Ireland’s surviving spacious medieval halls. The Desmond Banqueting Hall is an imposing two-storey structure and was used by the Earls of Desmond for banqueting and entertainment. The Hall, vaulted lower chamber and adjoining tower were all constructed during the 15th century (the hall and chamber were built on the remains of a 13th century structure of similar size). Its restored medieval features include and oak musicians’ gallery and a limestone hooded fireplace.


Listowel Castle

Listowel Castle stands on an elevation overlooking the River Feale, above the location of a strategic ford. Although only half of the building survives, it is still one of Kerry’s best examples of Anglo-Norman architecture. Only two of the original four square towers, standing over 15 metres high, remain. The towers are united by a curtain wall of the same height and linked together – unusually – by an arch on one side. Listowel was the last bastion against the forces of Queen Elizabeth in the First Desmond Rebellion in 1569. The castle’s garrison held out for 28 days of siege before finally being overpowered by Sir Charles Wilmot. In the days following the castle’s fall, Wilmot executed all of the soldiers left inside.


PLASTIC: Researchers took blood samples from anonymous, healthy adults, and looked for plastics that were between 700 and 500,000 nanometers (nm). Seven hundred nm is around 140 times smaller than the width of a human hair, writes The Wire Science’s Aathira Perinchery.


Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), commonly used in disposable water bottles, was the most widely encountered plastic polymer and found in about 50 percent of the donors. The second most common, polystyrene (PS), which is used for food packaging and polystyrene foam, was found in about 36 percent, per the study.




Indulgence during Lent



Did you know that there are several ways you can gain a plenary indulgence during Lent? It’s true! There are actually four ways you can receive one. Even though Lent is nearly over, there is still plenty of time for you to complete any, or all, of these.


First of all, what is a plenary indulgence?


A plenary indulgence is a grace granted by the Catholic Church through the merits of Jesus Christ, Mary, and all the saints to remove the temporal punishment due to sin. The indulgence cleanses a person of all temporal punishment due to sin. However, it must always be accompanied by a full detachment from sin.


Now that we know what a plenary indulgence is, how do we receive one during Lent?


The first way is to spend at least 30 minutes in adoration. Visiting the Blessed Sacrament is important all year round. So why not take part in this beautiful practice during Lent and receive some additional graces too?


If you’ve never been to adoration, or struggle to stay awake (don’t worry, we’ve all been there), try reading a couple of chapters from the Gospels, pray a rosary, or really focus on being in Christ’s presence.


The next way is to take part in the Stations of the Cross, which is when we meditate on the Lord’s Passion and Death. Every Catholic church should have some kind of Stations of the Cross, whether they are simple or elaborate. Any will do!


However, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. The Holy See’s Manual of Indulgences, Fourth Edition, does state that there have to be 14 stations “representing the 14 stations of Jerusalem.”


The manual also reminds us that “progression from one station to the next is required.” Although, if there are too many people and moving would cause an inconvenience, it is sufficient that at least the one conducting the Way of the Cross move from station to station. In other words, if you attend the Stations of the Cross with many participants and everyone remains in the pews while the priest moves to each station, that is still valid.


This specific indulgence can even be gained once a day for those who can attend church daily and wish to perform the Stations of the Cross on their own.


The next way is by praying the rosary “in a church or oratory, or in a family, a religious community, or an association of the faithful.”


The last way is by reading or listening to Sacred Scripture. Just make sure you spend at least half an hour with the Word of God and it counts.


There are some conditions, like the fine print, that assure you receive your indulgence.


First, you must have complete detachment from all sin, even venial.


Then you have to go to confession, receive Holy Communion, and pray for the intentions of the pope. Sacramental confession and receiving the Eucharist can happen up to about 20 days before or after the act performed to receive a plenary indulgence.


It is appropriate that Communion and the prayer take place on the same day that the work is completed. One sacramental confession is sufficient for several plenary indulgences. However, for each plenary indulgence one wishes to receive, a separate reception of the Eucharist and a separate prayer for the intentions of the Holy Father are required.


Once you have followed these steps, rest assured that you have received a plenary indulgence.

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