It is a Parish where love is tangible and practical

20th to 27th  September

Sat. 19th

Margaret Barry, Ballygologue Park, 1st Anniversary

Vigil 6.15pm

Sun 20th

Jimmy Galvin, Abbeyfeale, Recently DeceasedAnnual Mass for Road Traffic Victims


Margaret Daly, Knockane


Mon 21st

Eileen Joy, O’Connell’s Ave.


Tues  22nd

Deceased Members of Listowel Supporters Club


Wed 23rd

Robert & Nora O Shea, Charles St.


Thurs 24th

Michael, Agnes & Maurice Scanlon, & Dec. Family, Dirha & London / Special Intention


Fri 25th

People of the Parish


Sat 26th

Denis Dalton, Bridge Road / James O Sullivan, Newcastle West & Charles St. / Dan Joy, Gortnaminch & Pat & Margaret O Sullivan, Finuge / Anne Hannan, Ballygologue Park / Bernie O Connell, Cahirdown & Lyreacrompane


Margaret Doyle, Dromin, Months Mind / Michael McCarron, Gurtinard / Anne Moloney, Cherrytree Drive

Vigil 6.15pm

Sun 27th

John Enright & Deceased Family, Drumurrin


Sheila Laide, Ballygologue Park, Months Mind / Elizabeth Barrett, Golf View / Peggy O Connor, Market St. & Clieveragh Park


RECENT DEATHS:  Anne Linehan nee Halpin, Cork City late of Greenville.

ANNIVERSARY REMEMBRANCE Joan McElligott, Skehenerin / Dan Horan, Skehenerin / Margaret Enright, Coilbee / Tom Fitzmaurice, Knockane.

PRIEST ON DUTY for Listowel & North Kerry Area on this Sunday, 20TH September, Fr. Pat Crean -Lynch, 087-6709491 (emergencies only).

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION Wednesday’s from 11am. to 3pm. at the Main Altar in St. Mary’s Church, Listowel. It will be live streamed.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Congratulations to the 58 children who received their First Holy Communion this weekend here in the Parish. Thanks to their parents and teachers.

PARISH OFFICE will close Friday 25th September at 1pm. marking Race Week. Normal office hours resumes on Monday 28th September.

  The Irish Bishop’s Conference has received the following: Covid-19 Measures as at 18th August 2020:

Government Clarification regarding attendance at Religious Services

“The situation regarding Religious Services in places of worship (including Funerals) remains unchanged i.e. pods of up to 50 with social distancing etc. *(See Below)

* The church Capacity can exceed 50 as at present once the following criteria are adhered to.

 The Church can be subdivided into distinct sections (cordoned or marked appropriately)

of not more than 50 persons 2 metres apart in each section. – There is a minimum

of 4m between sections.


  Irish Church leaders urge worshippers to wear face coverings to reduce the spread of coronavirus Wednesday 19th August 2020.

Following further recent consultations with public health authorities, we join with Christian church leaders all over this island in formally recommending and encouraging the use of face coverings at all services of worship, along with the ongoing maintenance of 2 metre physical distancing, from Sunday 30 August 2020, and earlier if practicable.  We also recognise that whilst it may not be appropriate for those who are leading from the front during worship, including preaching, to wear face coverings, they should at all times continue to maintain at least 2 metre physical distancing from one another, and 4 metre physical distancing from the front row of the congregation.


  1. Wear a mask or face shield.
  2. Sanitise your hands when entering the Church.
  3. An usher will guide you to a seat.
  4. There is no kneeling at mass only standing and sitting.
  5. For communion wait until the usher guides you up to receive communion, at the station lower your mask, place both your hands in a cupped position over table to receive communion into your hand returning to your seat in a clockwise position if seating to the right and anti-clockwise if seating to the left.
  6. When mass is over please remain in you seats until usher guides out and sanitise your hands when leaving the church.
  7. Only remove your mask outside church gates please do not congregate outside the church door.

COVID-19 SUPPORT LINE FOR OLDER PEOPLE ALONE manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.

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