Masses on Saturday; Ballingarry ; 10.30 am and 7.00pm. Masses on Sunday; Granagh; 10.30am and 7.00pm.
If you are able to join us for weekend Mass, be sure to pick up your 'Card' in the church on this Friday evening at 7.00pm and BE sure to bring it with you to Mass.
REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED:
For the month of July, we remember our family, friends and neighbours, whose mortuary cards are displayed on the Church noticeboard:- Margaret Speiran & Mary Cifford, Kilmacow. Johanna Chawke, Ballyvologue. Sr. Mary Bennett, Graigacurra. Ted Tierney, Granagh. Willie & Mary Biggane, Kilmore. Patrick Morrissey, Doorluss. Willie Lee & Tom Sexton, Lisduane. Stephen Chawke, Mungret. John Sheahan, Banogue. Owen Neville, Shannon. Bridget McEniry, Derryclough. William Sheehy, Croagh.
The Irish Blood Transfusion service need the support of the local donors to continue to meet the demand for blood, during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please ring 061-306980 from 9am to 5pm to make an appointment. The next clinic will be held in the Greenhills Hotel, Caherdavin on Mon -Thur 20th -23rd July, from 4.15pm - 7.30pm. Please note if you are unwell or aged seventy or over, you cannot currently donate. Thank you if you have already donated. (www.giveblood.ie)
THE BIG WHEEL:
The spectacular 38 metre Panoramic Wheel makes a welcome return to Arthur’s Quay Park.
Set against the backdrop of the Shannon, the wheel will offer stunning 360 degree views across Limerick’s skyline! Situated in the park opposite Arthur's Quay Shopping Centre, it will be in situ until 30th August.
Open daily fro 12pm - 9pm. For more information , Telephone 087-7587857 or Email - firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission: - €5 - Regular Ticket (1.5 meters in height or above).
€4 - Junior Ticket (under 1.5 meters in height). €16 - Family of Four (2 regular & 2 junior).
€4 - Student ID 3rd Level.
DID YOU KNOW:
19th July, 1692: - Twenty people in all, are hanged for witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts
20th July, 1969: - Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin land on the surface of the Moon.
21st July, 1853: - Central Park, N.Y. created when Legislature puts aside more than 750 acres of land on Manhattan Island.
22nd July,1937: - Eamon de Valera wins elections.
23rd July, 1986: - Prince Andrew married English commoner, Sarah Ferguson, at Westminster Abbey.
24th July, 2005: - Lance Armstrong Wins 7th Tour De France.
25th July, 1978: - Lesley Brown gave birth to the world's first test tube baby in Oldham, England.