Knockanure Notes — 25th January, 2015

NANO NAGLE’S Social will take place in the Listowel Arms Hotel on Friday 30th January. Music by Heart and Soul followed by a disco. Tickets are available from the Nano Nagle School 068 21942.

FREE Computer Classes in Knockanure Community Centre on Tuesday 27th January, 2015 from 2 – 4.  For more information, please call 068 49799.

BOSCO: January 31st 2015 is the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Don Bosco.

SCHOOLS: Catholic Schools Week from 25-31 January 2015.

COMMUNITY GAMES Moyvane Knockanure;  Saturday, January 31st at 10am – Boys and girls u15 Badminton in Moyvane;  Saturday, February 7th & Sunday, February 8th – u12 & u16 Recitation, u14 & u16 Solo and Group Music and Singing in Milltown Community Hall;  Sunday, March 1st – Boys u10 Indoor Soccer u8 to u16;  Saturday, March 7th – u10 and u12 handwriting.

Any boys and girls who are interested in taking part please contact Carmel at 087 9267871.

AGM: Moyvane Ladies Football A.G.M. will take place on Monday 26th January at 7.30pm in the Community Centre, Moyvane.  All parents and mentors asked to attend.  All welcome.

THANKS: The Listowel Branch of “The Irish Wheelchair Association would like to thank you for your very generous contribution to our annual Church Gate Collection last weekend, which totalled €670.00.

JOURNAL: Ballyguiltenane Journal will be available locally from now on.  

DEATH;  Fr. Michael Buckley  C.S.Sp, Kimmage Manor, Dublin 12, late of Main Street, Moyvane and St Mary’s Rathmines, died  19th January 2015 . Survived by his sisters-in-law, nephews and nieces, extended family and Spiritan confreres.  Funeral Mass in the Church of the Assumption, Moyvane on Saturday 24th, at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in Murhur Cemetery, Moyvane. Fr. Michael was predeceased by parents Michael Buckley and Nora Shine both of Moyvane Parish and siblings, Joe and Marie who died in 2013 , Liam who died in 2009, Fr Denis, Con, John, Donie, Paddy, Ned and Kit.

DEATH took place on 22nd January 2015 of Sr. Enda Beasley of Model Farm Road Cork and Ballybunion, at St. Joseph’s Convent, Infant Jesus Sisters. Sadly missed by her Community, nephews, cousins, relatives, staff at St. Joseph’s and friends. Requiem Mass for Sr. Enda on Saturday, Funeral afterwards to the Convent Plot, Drishane Cemetery.

ANNIVERSARIES: Margaret Flaherty, Mary Dalton, Tim Guiney, Cathal Kennelly, Nora Ita Hunt, Margaret Murphy, Helen Roche, Michael O Regan, Jo Heffernan, Fr Eddie Morrissey, Mai Trant, Eileen Holly, Davie McMahon, Sean O Histon, Sr. Peter Hudson, Anthony Kennelly, Pat Barrett, Patie Enright, Mike Brosnan, Bridie Stack, Patsy Stack. Mass on Tues. 27th at 7.30pm for Patrick Moran. Mass on Fri. 30th at     7.30pm for Brendan Keane. Mass on Sat.31st  at 7.30pm for Ned & Mary O’Flaherty & the deceased members of the O’Flaherty Family
Mass on Sunday 1st Feb at 11.00am for Margaret Meade, Months Mind.

CHURCH NEWS: Confessions every Saturday before the Vigil Mass at 7.10pm and on request.
Adoration Sun.  4.00pm to 5.00pm, Wed. 10.00am to 7.00pm.
Knockanure Tues. 10.00am to 6.00pm.
Readers: Vigil, Catriona Farrelly & Seline Mulvihill, 11am, Karina Stack & Kevin Hudson; Knockanure 10am  Margaret Carmody & Mary Fitzgerald.

MASS & ANNOINTING OF SICK; Community Hospital Listowel Wednesday Jan. 28th  at 2.00 p.m.

THE MEALA BEREAVEMENT GROUP hold their monthly meeting on Wed next Jan 28 at 8pm at Listowel  Family Resource Centre.

KERRY COMMUNITY TRANSPORT your community bus. Ballylongford, Tarbert, Moyvane to Listowel on Tuesdays, Free Travel Pass accepted. To book a seat: Call 1890 528 528 or 066 7147002.

CHURCH: A workshop for parish liturgy groups will be held on Wednesday January 28th in St. Brendan’s Pastoral Centre, Tralee at 8pm.  Fr. Donal O’Connor, Hannah Evans and Frances Rowland For further information, phone 064 6632644.

MISSION in Ballylongford begins on Feb. 2nd.

Shaping Our Diocese: Feed into a New Pastoral Plan, by attending the scheduled meeting in Listowel Pastoral Area Listening Exercise: Wednesday 4th March at 8pm.

CAO Closing date Feb.1st.

SCOR Sinsear Competition  in Moyvane on Feb. 7th at 7pm.

WRITERS Group at Seanchai 3rd Feb, 2015.

RAMBLING HOUSE at Seanchai on 29th Jan. at 9.15pm.

J B KEANES Bar is 50 years this year.

HUNT was held in Knockanure recently, it is amazing the number of horses involved.

LISTOWEL MEN’S SHED are hosting four mornings focusing on Men’s health over the next three consecutive Fridays (Jan 30, February 6 and February 13 respectively. For further details contact Denis Robinson 086 088 4853.

PLAY; Mountainy Puck will be staged in Knocknagoshel on Jan. 31st, Feb.1st and 6th and other dates.

AGM of Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society at Tralee Library on Jan 27th at 7.30pm.

ARDFERT RETREAT CENTRE, In the footsteps of the Saints from Lá le Brid to Lá Bealtaine with Fr. Tomás O’ Caoimh 7.30 pm Fri. 30th January. All Welcome.  
A day of nourishment and renewal for the Lenten Journey led by Martina Lehane-Sheehan. Sunday Feb. 15th 10am to 4.30pm
Booking: 066-7134276.

WEATHER so far is mild for time of year, but land is wet at present. Schools were closed for a day for safety reasons recently as Hurricane Sarah was coming, we were lucky as predictions were over the top. Then we had report that lightening damaged two houses locally.

WALK: The annual sponsored walk in aid of Rathfredagh Cheshire Home was held on 25th January.

WALK:  Eileen Collins Memorial 5k Walk/Run in aid of The Alzheimer’s  Society of Ireland was on January 18th.   A big crowd took part in the walk and had refreshments later.

JOURNEYING IN HOPE: Archbishop Diarmuid Martin will be the guest speaker at the Journeying in Hope evening on Tuesday February 24th at 7.30pm in Tralee.

Glin GAA Victory Social: takes place on Friday 6th February in the Listowel Arms Hotel.  Tickets are now on sale and are available from anyone within the club.

THOUGHT: “The greatest  of  all  faults is  to  be  conscious  of  none”  Thomas  Carlyle.

GLIN Day Care Centre – Open Days , Thursday 29th January at 12.30 – the group attending are from Glin, Athea, Ballylongford and Moyvane.  Music by Stevie Donegan.  For further information please contact 068-26033.

ROCKWELL: Annual Dinner 13th February 2015
This years dinner will honour Rev Fr. Brendan Hally as the Rockwell Person of the Year.On Friday 6th of February 2015, there will be a 5 School’s Dinner celebrating 150 years of Holy Ghost Education in Ireland on the eve of the Ireland verses Italy Away International.

BATTLE of Waterloo fought in June 1815, now an effort is being made to find relations of soldiers who fought in the battle 200 years ago.

IRISH: Claim of the MacNeil clan based on the Hebridean island of Barra that they were of Irish decent, now DNA tests show they were Vikings.

OLD Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, 21st April 1680.
Daniel Macarty an Irish man being Indicted upon the Statute of 27 Eliz. for having taken Order from the See of Rome, and coming over into England being Impeached by one Alice Turner who had formerly been his proselyte. And upon Information one Mr. Stiff a Constable in St. Giles’s taking with him some other Neighbours, went to Apprehend him, and having entered the House where he was said to lodged, They found him Confessing a Sick Woman, who no sooner seeing them begin roughly to handle her Priest but cried out, O what will you rob me of my Salvation, upon search of him, They found about him a Petition to an Envoy, it being written in French, denoting that Daniel Macarte Priest, being in want since his release from the Gatehouse, desired his Charity; and farther a Purple Ribbon with three Crosses upon it, with which all Popish Priests do usually give the Sacrament with in private wearing it about his Neck with a large Chrystal Crucifix; a Letter in Order to the more efficacious carrying on the Plot; as likewise saying Mass and giving the Sacrament was proved by the said Alice Turner , not only at the Venetian Ambassadors, but at Wild House, and confessing likewise to Dr. Oats the same, he was found Guilty of the said High Treason as a Popish Priest or Jesuit.

There were in all 24 Condemned to Dye, Edward Richardson , Martha Cook , Elizabeth Richardson , Isabella Marsh , William Harvy , Clement Sells , John Ralphs , William Harding , Ann White , Dorothy Thomas , Joseph Rumley , Henry Wether , Bartholomew Smith , Mary Ewen , Mary North , Ellenor Holland , Elizabeth Hicks , Sarah Mason , Sarah Stiff , Jane Steward , Daniel Maccharty , William Underwood , Mary Bestin , Ralph Cook :

14 burned in the hand, one to stand in the Pillory, three to be transported, and three to be whipt.


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