Penance Service in Kilcash on Wednesday (27th) at 7.30pm.
Holy Thursday: Mass of chrism in Waterford Cathedral with bishop and priests of the diocese. The Bishop invites all people of the diocese. Mass of the Lord’s Supper in both churches in the parish at 7.30pm. Churches open until 9pm for “Prayers of Watch”. Trocaire boxes may be returned over Easter.
Good Friday: Holy Communion to sick and housebound at usual times.
Kilcash: Outdoor Stations of the Cross (weather permitting) at 3pm with participation of Kilcash N.S. (special devotion for Year of Faith). Kilsheelan: Celebration of Lord’s Passion at 7.30pm including veneration of the Cross and Holy Communion. Collection for Sacred Shrines of Holy Land at both services.
Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil at 7pm in each church will include blessing of Easter Fire, Blessing of Easter Candle and Mass. Easter Water available after Mass.
KILSHEELAN TIDY TOWNS
With summer time coming in we will recommence our usual Monday night efforts attending to litter, flower beds, etc. April is the month for the An Taisce National Spring Clean and we are participating as usual. A first litter pick is planned for all estates and approach roads on Tuesday April 2 - all volunteers welcome - gloves, litter bags etc will be supplied - meet at the tree in village centre at 7pm.
KILLURNEY SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
The Children’s table quiz was most enjoyable with 15 tables participating. Winners were from Ballyneale, with Clerihan second and a Ballyneale-Grangemockler combo in third place. We thank all those who took part, helped out on the night and the parents for bringing the children along.
The Minor football game against Ardfinnan was postponed due to the weather. The Senior footballers had a challenge game against Clonmel Og which ended all square and six minors played their part in that game. It was good to see Eoin Kehoe back on the field of play after a prolonged injury. Paul Maher and Eoin Kehoe played with Tipperary minors in a challenge with Louth last weekend.
Elaine Kehoe, who is travelling to Uganda to help the underprivileged, is having a fundraising Card night in Ballypatrick Sports Centre on April 3 and would like your support for this very worthy cause.
Wednesday, March 27, will be the second of the benefit nights for Kilcash School. Kilcash Tidy Towns and Kilcash Ladies Club and your support for those three very worthy groups will be much appreciated. 8.30pm start. Winners of the Spring Accumulator were Mary Lyons and Terry Commins with Jim and Helen Geoghegan in second place. Well done folks and sincere thanks to all our regular patrons. Due to the building work at our Community Centre the card season has to come to an early conclusion in Kilcash but the game moves to Ballypatrick Sports Centre on Wednesday, April 3, for a benefit night. It is hoped to continue there for the month of April.