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 MARY’S CHURCH LISTOWEL

Fr. Declan & the Parish Pastoral Council are delighted to announce that St. Mary’s Church will re-open for the celebration of public Mass on Monday June 29th, 2020.

In order to facilitate the smooth return of public Mass we would ask all parishioners to observe the following guidelines.

  1. Parishioners are encouraged to attend one Mass during the week as the dispensation from attending Mass on Sundays and Holydays of obligation remains in place until further notice.

  2. As the Church will have a reduced capacity due to Covid-19 restrictions parishioners are required to reserve a Mass time by contacting the Parish Office on 068 21188 between 2.00 pm and 4.00pm Monday to Thursday and a Mass time can be reserved up to a week in advance.

  3. Parishioners are asked to be in their seats at least five minutes prior to the start of Mass.

  4. It is recommended that parishioners wear a face covering in Church.

  5. A team of ushers will be in place to assist parishioners and to ensure implementation of the diocesan guidelines for the return of public Mass.

  6. Communion Stations will be in place to allow people receive Holy Communion. Please obey the directions of the ushers.

  7. If a person has a specific requirement, for example a person with coeliac condition, please notify the Parish Office when reserving the Mass time.

  8. There will be collection points on the entrance to and exit from the Church for the collection of envelopes/offerings/offertory collection. A sincere thanks for your continued support and generosity.

  9. Hand sanitisers are in place at all church entrance and exit doors and remember to observe the Government advice in relation to hand hygiene, cough etiquette and social distancing.

10.Please be patient with one another and remember that we all have a shared responsibility to ensure the successful implementation of the guidelines.

REMEMBER any person with an underlying medical condition or at high risk of severe illness as a result of Covid-19 should remain at home and participate in the Mass online www.listowelparish.com or through the Parish radio link.

28th to 5th  July

Sat.

27th

Kathy O Connell, Grogreen /

Attie Sheahan, Darby & Gortnaminch /

Lil Mai O Sullivan & Mary Frances Brown, Upper William St.

Vigil

6.15pm

Sun 28th

John & Lil Carmody, Clountubrid /

Jack Flaherty, Clounmacon, Birthday Remembrance

11.30am

Mon 29th

Anne McEneaney, Gortacrissane

10.30am

Tues 30th

Special Intention

10.30am

Wed 1st

James & Donie Courtney & Deceased Family, Caherciveen

10.30am

Thurs 2nd

10.30am

Fri 3rd

Margaret Lynchehaun, Athlone, Recently Deceased

10.30am

St. Padre Pio & 1st Friday Evening Mass /

Mary Barry, Tanavalla

7.00pm

Sat 4th

People of the Parish

  10.30am

Jim Scanlon, Dirha East, Birthday Remembrance /

Hannah & Sam Tarrant, Craughatoosane /

John & Eileen O Connell, Woodford

Vigil 6.15pm

Sun 5th

Eammon O Connor, Bedford /

Rich Kissane, Clountubrid, 1st Anniversary /

Anthony Enright, Billerough

11.30am

RECENT DEATHS Gerard O Connor, Springmount, Duagh.

STREAMING MASS We have changed the company streaming our masses. Please always go into www.listowelparish.com  and click into live mass or scroll down to live web cam. For parishioners that are using Roku stick in the back of their tv’s, click into Church media TV & scroll across to the picture of St. Mary’s Church and click into the daily masses.

PRIEST ON DUTY for Listowel Deanery on this Sunday, 28th Fr. Kevin McNamara, 0894044816 (emergencies only).

Safeguarding Children

Our Parish has adopted the Kerry Diocesan Child Protection Policy.  ‘As a constituent member of the Catholic Church in Ireland, we recognise and up-hold the dignity and rights of all children, are committed to ensuring safety and wellbeing and will work in partnership with parents / guardians to do this. Read More by click button.

I wish you and yours every blessing. Enjoy the website and join us in giving thanks for all that is happening in our great community of faith, joy and hope. May God bless you.

Fr. Declan O’Connor

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