“I invite all Christians, everywhere, at this very moment, to a renewed personal encounter with Jesus Christ, or at least an openness to letting him encounter them; I ask all of you to do this unfailingly each day. No one should think that this invitation is not meant for him or her, since no one is excluded from the joy brought by the Lord. The Lord does not dissapoint those who take this risk; whenever we take a step towards Jesus, we come to realise that he is already there, waiting for us with open arms. Now is the time to say to Jesus: ‘Lord I have let myself be deceived; in a thousand ways I have shunned your love, yet here I am once more, to renew my covenant with you. I need you. Save me once agian, Lord, take me once more into your redeeming embrace.’ (Joy of the Gospel)
St. Senan’s Church
Friday evening 7.30pm
Saturday 10.00 and 7.00
Sunday 10.00am and 12.00 noon
One of the results of Catholic Emancipation was the impressive expansion in church buildings and Kilrush was to prove no different.
Located on the Kilrush – Doonbeg beg road some five miles outside Kilrush. It was while Rev. Sylvester Malone was PP that this church was build in built in 1894.
Leaving the Square Kilrush on Sunday 26th April @ 7.30am “National Eucharist Congress”. Anyone wishing to travel should contact Una @ 0868604143. Cost is 20 euro.
Takes place on Sunday 3rd May from Kilrush to Cooraclare. Start time: 3pm. Sponsorship cards are available from Carmel McCormack, Vincent O’Halloran & Tom Prendeville.
Will take place at the GAA football field on Sunday 3rd May. Registration desk opens at 11am, first event @ 12noon. All are welcome
The next baptismal course will be on Thursday 7th May @ 8.00pm upstairs in the community centre. To book your place please contact the parish office @ 0659051093.
Congratulations to Mary Moody, Henry Street who won 286 euro in last weeks 50/50 draw. The next draw will be on Saturday 18th April after the 7pm mass.