LOVELY ceremony for Christmas was held in Knockanure Church on Sunday 23rdDecember 2012.There was great participation by both children and adults and we had local priests Fr McMahon and Fr O Callaghan assisting our Parish Priest Fr Lucid. Thanks to all who put in so much work in organising and preparing for the night, the Sacristan, singers, readers and many others who prepared for the service.
The Church was again full to capacity with locals and visitors for Christmas night Mass, again the choir were in their element, assisted by Miss More on the piano, solo singers and children.
The small children brought presents for the crib and older children done some readings. Fr Lucid thanked Fr O Callaghan and all who helped with church duties. We all wish to thank Fr Lucid himself who is on duty day and night almost every day of the year.
the sick and these in residential homes as this time of year can be lonely. "The best part of Christmas is not the presents we receive, but the presence of God with us". Randy Alcorn.
MANY of our friends are about to leave us again, hope all will be well for 2013.
Next session will be in the Marian Hall on January 3rd 2013.
in Listowel on January 3rd 2013. CRIB in Duagh with live participants, will be open till 12th Jan 2013, daily, between 10.00am and 8.00pm.
Moyvane GAA Club are holding their social in The Arms Hotel, Listowel on Friday, January 25th at 8pm.
Celebration of life of Phil Lynott will be held at the Grand Hotel on January 5th.
Limerick University Hospital Chaplain Fr Robbie Coffey has urged people who have lost loved ones this year not to allow themselves to be isolated over the Christmas period.
To Know is to Believe, Rediscovering the Holy is the title of the public lecture in the GlenEagle Hotel on Monday 7th of January by John Waters. It starts at 8pm and all are welcome.
GST first walk along their new route was held on Thursday 27th December from the old Abbeyfeale railway Station to Kerry Border. The round trip was 4 miles. The North Kerry rail line closed in stages. Passengers service was withdrawn on 4th Feb 1963. By 1972 Newcastle west was served by a thrice weekly goods from Limerick and Abbeyfeale by a thrice weekly goods from Tralee. The line from Ballingranne to Listowel closed 3rd November 1975. Listowel continued to be served by a daily goods service until 10 January 1977. The Trail could be easily extended to Tralee if the County Council had the foresight. See knockanurelocal on youtube to view last walk.
Sunday 27 January – A Day of Support & Reflection for recovering alcoholics and family members. 10 am – 5 pm. Brendan Comiskey SS.CC. For bookings tel: 066 7134276.
The death took place on 26th December 2012 of Denny McEnery of Tubbertureen, Moyvane, he is survived by his wife Kitty Cox, six sons and one daughter. Denny was son of Den McEnery and Margaret Hudson and his siblings were, Sony, Madeline, who died in 2008, Hannah, Noreen, Catherine, Birdie and Ita. Following Requiem Mass in Moyvane Church on Friday 28th December '13, Denny McEnery was laid to rest in Knockanure Old Churchyard.
DEATH has taken place of Jim Sheehy of Pilgrim Hill, Kilmorna. Jim Sheehy was laid to rest at Springmount Cemetery Duagh on December 23rd 2012 following Requiem Mass in Duagh Church. Jim was a brother of the late Ned Sheehy of Moyvane who died aged 70 in May 1994.
Monsignor Pat Daly, Sr. Declan Buckley, Mary Ann O Carroll, Francis Dowling, Brendan Mulvihill, Tim Donoghue, John Fealy, Mary Keane, Jimmy Lyons, Roger O Connor, Fr. Michael F Kennelly, Fr James H O Connell, Francis Thornton, Denny Mulvihill, James Curtin, Jerry Lyons, Dan Keane, Christopher O Connor, James Culhane, Pat Galvin, Tom Roche, Dermot Keane, Paddy Dore, Michael Buckley, Dan Shine, Con McCarthy, Kit Leach, Tom Francis, Eddie Holly,
142 page magazine this year full of pictures and articles of past and present. Pat Brosnan a seasoned warrior again has several items, including article on Singers, Poets and Composers, Ballad of Sean Histon composed by Pat in 2003 and much more. Tom Aherne recalls Christopher Lynch from Rathkeale to Carnegie, other pieces by Tom include Saint Molua's Well Ardagh and Patneen Ahern Remembered. Eileen O Brien writes on Play Acting. Sean ua Cearnaig in Irish recalls Maurice Walsh and the Piper Jackson. Louie Byrne brings us the Sign of the Cross, Paradox of Life , Philip MacAdam and several other pieces. Glin Creamery Successful Years are described by Tom O Donoghue. Joe Quill has his usual Information Page. Patrick Hayes gives us some poetry. Daithi O Riordan tells us about Granagh's Volcanic Hills and Songs from the Past. Peg Prendeville writes about Glin Library and Glin attractions. Patrick Lynch recalls Tarbert Fallen Soldiers and another article on the Requiem for the Bank. Jer Kennelly has snippets of history and tributes to Dan Keane who passed away in January 2012 and John Murphy who died July 2012. Last coal miner in Glin is remembered by Eoghan Ryan. Langan History is continued by George who also recounts the life and family of John Criona Flahavan 1784- 1868.