Knockanure Notes – 23rd September, 2012

INDOOR Market & Table Top Sale at Knockanure Community Centre on Sunday 7th October 2012 from 2-5pm.  A great opportunity to sell cakes, crafts, jewellery, clothing, gifts etc. To book table(s) or for more Information please contact 068 49799 or 087 7528626.

ST PIO Prayer Group Meeting at Listowel Church at 7pm on Thursday 27th Oct, all are welcome.

INTERNET  Training for farmers on Monday nights, in Listowel Community College,  To book a place and for further details please contact Hilary on 068 23429.

SAMARITANS:  Information evening will take place in the Abbeygate Hotel on Wednesday, October 3rd at 8pm.  For further information, contact 7122566.

THANKS: Heidi Deegan along with her parents Patrick and Angela, family and relatives wish to thank everyone who helped in making Sunday 9th September a really great fun day in Ballylongford.  Thanks to everyone who contributed most generously to the envelope collection.  Thanks to Ballylongford Benevolent Society and anyone who helped in any way.

ST  MICHAEL’S  COLLEGE:  Open Night, Thur., 4th Oct., 7.30pm-9.00pm.  Contact 068 21049.

HOSPICE:  Annual Coffee Morning, Fri., 28th Sept., at 10.30am, in Christy’s “The Well”.  Please support.

ACTIVE  RETIREMENT  GROUP  will resume weekly meetings on Tue., 25th Sept., in St. Patrick’s Hall, from 2.30pm to 4.30pm.

ROGER Casement Gathering in Tralee on 29th and 30th  Sept.

NATIONAL Trails Day: 8miles  walk/cycle along  the former railway route from Newcastle West to Rathkeale will take place on Sunday, October 7 leaving NCW at 2.30pm, more from Liam O’Mahony 087 6471956.

MARKET:  The monthly car boot sale in aid of Wl102fm takes place on Sunday, September 30th at the Community Centre, NCW.  Gates open 7.30am. Sale 8-2pm.  Further information 069 66200/087 6866450.

RACES: There was plenty of entertainment in Listowel and district during Race Week, many of the events and going on can be viewed on youtube.

CHOIR: Their was a lovely choir at 7.30pm Mass in Athea on Saturday last, more members welcome.

ANNIVERSARIES: Anna Buckley, P J Stokes, Fr Pat Maher, John Joe Kennelly, Marve Goulding, Michael Kiely, Paddy Moran, Denis Holly, John McElligott, Jim Hudson, Brendan O Carroll, Catherine Mulvihill, Paddy Leahy, Fr Dan O Sullivan, Tom Fitzgerald, Mossie Culhane, Michael Joe Enright; Mass on Tues.       25th at 7.30pm for Nellie O’Connor; Mass on Thurs. 27th at 7.30pm for Charlie Brosnan & the deceased members of the Brosnan Family; Mass on Fri. 28th at 7.30pm for Joan McEnery; Mass on Sat. 29th at 7.30pm for Maurice Culhane 1st Anniversary; Mass on Sunday 30th at 11.00am for        Brendan O’Carroll.

DEATH took place on 13th September 2012 of Mary Broderick nee O’Donoghue of Lower Keale, Athea. Mary was a native of  Bllyguiltenane Glin Parish and was a sister of Bridget Broderick who was married to her brother-in-law late Davy Broderick of Dromreask. She was also a sister of Thomas O’Donoghue of Dromreask who is the Editor and Publisher of the The Ballyguiltenane Rural Journal. Mary was married to Willie Broderick who pre-deceased her. She is survived by her son Willie, daughters Margaret and Mary, son-in-law Tom daughter-in-law Kathleen, grandchildren, brother and sister. Requiem Mass for Mary Broderick was celebrated on Sunday 16th September 2012, Mary was laid to rest at Holy Cross Cemetery, Athea.

CHURCH News: Confessions every Saturday at 7.15pm before the Vigil Mass. Scriptural Reflection Group meet in the Presbytery on Friday nights at 8pm.  
Readers:-   Vigil, Michelle Corridan; 11.00am, Paul & Anthony Kiely; Knockanure, Margaret Carmody & Mary Fitzgerald
Collectors for October: Vigil, Noreen O’Flaherty & Margaret Mulvihill 11am   Tom Walsh & Mike Walsh; Knockanure, 10am Liam Nolan.

ADORATION:   Moyvane   Sun.  4.00pm to 5.00pm, Wed. 10.00am to 7.00pm; Knockanure        Tues. 10.00am to 6.00pm.

CARDS:  Listowel Emmets 41 Card Drive commences on Wed., 26th Sept., at 9.00pm in the Clubhouse.  All welcome.

ABBEYFEALE  & District Association London annual Re Union Dance on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at the Catholic Centre, 2 Dukes Ave, Chiswick W4 2AE . Music by The Wanderers.

RELIC: As part of a celebration to mark the completion of restoration and renewal of St Joseph’s Church, Limerick the relic of St Therese of Lisieux will be there on the afternoon and evening of Sunday 30th September, and also on the morning of the Feast Day itself Monday 1st October.

MISSION WORK: If any person between 20 and 40 years of age would like to experience life on the Missions for at least six weeks or longer next Summer, please contact Sr. Dympna, who coordinates VIDES Ireland—an NGO developed by the Salesian Sisters to offer young people an opportunity to experience life in a Third World country. Training for new volunteers will begin Saturday, October 6th. Phone: 086 3708652 for further information.

VATICAN: Mary Immaculate College is holding a conference to celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the beginning of the Second Vatican Council.  It will take place in the College and the Strand Hotel on October 10th & 11th .  The theme is Religion and the Public Good: Fifty Years after the Second Vatican Council. The Opening Address on the evening of Wednesday October 10th will be open to the general public, and we would welcome anyone who has an interest to join us, admission is free to this part of the conference.  However reservations are necessary.  Please contact Ms. Eileen Daly, Tel. 061 204962 or email [email protected]  for further information and reservations.

THOUGHT: I have lived to thank God that all my prayers have not been answered. Jean Ingelow.

A COOKERY DEMO  will take place in aid of Brú Columbanus on Thursday 11th October at 7pm. in Ballyroe Heights Hotel, Tralee. Brú Columbanus is a charity that provides accommodation, free of charge, to relatives of seriously ill patients in Cork Hospitals, especially relatives of sick children.  The majority of families that stay there come from Kerry.  Your support would be greatly appreciated.

FAVOUR  EXCHANGE:  Open Night at Family Resource Centre, Thur., 27th Sept., at 7.30pm.  For more info. text Liz 087 6434099 or Angela 087 2303256.

SIPTU is holding a meeting for Home Helps on Wed., 3rd Oct., at 7.30pm, in the Brandon Hotel, Tralee, on “Home Help: Respect the role, defend the service”.

SET-DANCING   commence in Clounmacon Community Centre, on Tue., 25th Sept.  Beginners at 8.00pm and all others at 8.30pm.

DEFICIT: Annual spending by the US federal government is now above the 2007 level by about $1 trillion? revenues are little changed. Federal budget deficits, $1.4 trillion in 2009, $1.3 trillion in 2010, $1.3 trillion in 2011, and another $1.2 trillion on the way this year. The four-year increase in borrowing amounts to $55,000 per U.S. household.

MOVE WEEK is to promote, encourage and further develop the value of the sport and physical activity as an integrated part of a healthy and active lifestyle, while furthering European togetherness. A Community Games Come Try Day for children is planned, It is in conjunction with Move Week 1-7 October 2012.

ST. JOHN’S COMBINED CHOIRS have been invited by Red Hurley to perform with him when he appears at Siamsa Tire Theatre on Saturday 13th October next. They will also perform some pieces from their own repertoire on the night.

DIOCESE OF KERRY EARTH WEEK:  As part of the of Kerry Earth Week – September 29th to October 7th – St. John’s  Parish will host two events.  The celebration of the Harvest in St. John’s Parish will take place at all Masses on October 6th & 7th.  Blessing of Pets will take place on Sunday, October the Parish Car Park at 3pm.

TRIP: Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty is well known for his admirable deeds during World War II.  Now there is a trip to Rome ‘In the Footsteps of Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty’ from the 8th to the 12th of October.Full details and booking forms are available from Killarney Chamber on 064 6637928 or on or phone Cultural Connections  – 057 9355050

MOORE: Bishop Moore, born Knockanure became Bishop of Ballarat. He had a uncle Francis Moore born at Kilmeaney in 1813 to Pat Moore and Mary OHenry. Ordained for Kerry Diocese and first served in Tousist 1841-44 and went to India in 1852 and later to Sandhurst before coming back  to Kerry and served in several parishes and ended as PP in Duagh from 1869- ’71, he died in 1892. Moore relations from Knockanure who served in Australia , include , Bishop James Moore, Fr Francis, Fr Pat a brother of the Bishop, F James McManamny a nephew of the bishop, Fr. Pat Moore died 1879, Frs. Pat and Tom sons of Michael Moore Kealid, Fr Tom Moore Kilmorna. Fr Peter Moore another cousin died in Australia 1998. Aunts of Fr Peter were Sisters Francis, Clare and Carmel.

MOYVANE Tenants of Baron Foster 1830-40
Michael Enright, Edmund Stack, John Foran £21, Pat Moloney £7, Con Kennelly £2, Dan Riordan £5, John Bunce £3, James Mulvihill £8, James Kennelly £15, Edward Cusick £9, Mary Stack and William Stack, James Moriarty £ 12, Walsh, Mary Gallaher, Mc Auliffe, Healy, Barrett, Finucane £9, J Guiney, Aneus McGrath, Buckley, Grady, Flaherty, Nolan, Fitzgerald, J Mulvihill, E Carmody Cuss, Several Carmody’s in Cuss,  1 -14s, McCarthy, McMahon, Mangan, Hennessy, M Dunfort, W Hanrahan, Edward Carr, Ml Hanrahan, Dan Keys, Ml Callaghan, Ml Connor, McCarthy,
1838 Drum murhur; E Stack £22, John Moore £18, P McMahon £19, Barrett evicted from lands at Ahalahanna in 1838 also Tom Connell £13 rent.
Lime cost 9 pence to 11 pence per barrel, lime used by Kitson, Ahern, D and M Enright, Cusick, Shanahan, Buckley, McMahon 366 barrels, McAuliffe 324 barrels.