Saturday April 28th
11am Church of the Immaculate Conception: Caherleaheen N.S.
11am St. Brendan's Church, Curraheen: Derryquay N.S.
Saturday May 5th:
10.30am St. John's Church: Presentation Primary.
Saturday May 12th:
10.30am St. John's Church: Gaelscoil Mhic Easmainn.
Saturday May 19th:
10.30am St. John's Church: Moyderwell Primary.
11am, St. Brendan's Church Curraheen.: Blennerville N.S.
Saturday May 26th:
10.30am St. John's Church. C.B.S. Primary School.
Video recording or photography is not allowed during the actual ceremony. We wish every grace and blessing on those receiving their First Holy Communion and those who helped prepare them.
We invite families for First Communion to park in the car park near the Church as the avenue and space in front of St. John’s is a ‘No Parking’ area for safety and emergency reasons.
Bishop Ray Browne invites applicants interested in formation to become Permanent Deacons in the Diocese of Kerry. At present, five Deacons are in ministry in various parishes of the diocese and one man is in formation and due to be ordained as Deacon later this year.
for St. John’s Parish. Both new members and those refreshing their skills are welcome to attend. Saturday April 28th 9.30am to 1.30pm in St. John’s Parish Centre. If you are interested in attending please give your name to the Parish Centre.
The new Window of Reconciliation in St. John’s Church was blessed on Friday October 27th at 7.30pm. This window, executed by Thomas Denny is the first stained glass window to be commissioned for St. John’s Church in sixty years. Each of the three panels are evocative of the landscape and history of Tralee. This time-lapse video courtesy of Eamonn Campbell shows the installation of the window.
Love is at the heart of the Christian message. All that we do or at least try to do ought to be done from a place of love — love of our God, love of our family and love of our neighbour. When we begin with love we are helping to build a solid foundation. We are ensuring that God is not rejected in a world that sometimes seems to think it can do without a God, whose message is built on faith, hope and love. When we place love at the epicentre of all that we do we are building on the stone rejected but which later became the cornerstone of a life well-lived...... Margaret Theresa Naughton