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May's Flower Moon:





May’s Full Moon is generally known as The Flower Moon. The peak of illumination will be reached on May 7, at

6:45 am. It will be the last Supermoon of 2020. Our ancestors used the lunar month to keep track of seasons. The names they gave for a full moon applied for the entire lunar month and connected with nature.


The most common name for May’s Full Moon is the Flower Moon. In the Northern Hemisphere, there are so many flowers that bloom in this period.

This is why the Native Americans, the Anglo-Saxons, and Germanic tribes named it this way. They were inspired by how colorful the flowers are in this month.




CHURCH NEWS:

Last Sunday, we remembered the anniversaries of Patrick Lyons, Fr. Pat Lyons, Paddy Noonan & Mai Houlihan. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a nAnamnacha dilís.

Thought for the Week: When a negative thought enters your mind - think of three positives ones.


REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED:

For the month of May, we lovingly remember our family, friends and neighbours, whose mortuary cards are displayed on the Church noticeboard:- Paddy Noonan, Dan Hynes, Jim Lynch & Fr. Martin Bennett, Granagh.

Mai Houlihan, Stylepark. Maurice J. Sheehy, Coolruss. Michael O'Regan & John Costello (Bansha), Graigacurra. Christina Chawke, Ballyvologue. Teresa Twomey, Kilatal. Peg O'Riordan, Lisduane. Bridie Broderick, Kilmacanearla. Peig Treacy, Sheila Conway & Thomas O'Donovan, Killoughty. Mick O'Carroll, Liskennett. Michael & Mary Sheehy, Castletown. Timmy Con Brosnan, Broadford. Fr. Edward Kinnane, Pallasgrean.

Edmond Duggan, Mallow. Sr. Rosa Power. Michael J. Purtill, Graiguebeg. Pauline Sheehan, Ballyagran. I gComhluadar Dé go raibh a nAnamacha.


CAMOGIE QUIZ:

Fri 24th May, 8.30pm, Rock Bar. In aid of U15 Feile team who are heading to Wexford to represent Limerick, after winning the Limerick Feile A competition last month. Auction for a signed Jersey and fabulous spot prizes. Jimmy Chawke is the MC on the night, with some very interesting questions..


COMHGHAIRDEAS:

Sending Congratulations and the very best wishes to Ena Broderick & Stephen Power who celebrated their marriage on Friday 17th in Holy Cross Church, Kenmare. Celebrant was Fr. Chris O'Donnell. Ena was supported by her maid of honour, Thea Broderick with bridesmaids Caitriona Houlihan & Norina Broderick. Stephen had his best man Liam Rayman and groomsmen Brendan Power & Dean Shanahan. They were blessed with the most beautiful weather and I heard that both sets of parents were decked out in fine style. Go néiri and t-Adh libh í gconaí.


GRISTON BOG WALK:

Thur 23rd at 7pm, Griston Bog, Ballylanders, where you can discover the Biodiversity of the bog during National Biodiversity Week. Griston Bog is a haven for a variety of plant and animal species. This event will provide an in-depth look at the unique ecosystem that exists within this remarkable peatland. Participants will learn about the importance of peatlands in supporting biodiversity and maintaining ecological balance.


VOTE for LISKENNETT:

Liskennett has been nominated by AIB, for their community fund. They need your vote before 12th June !

Visit: https://aib.ie/personal-forms/community-fund to vote. They want to win funding to build new pathways and refurbish existing ones . The information you will need to fill the form is as follows; Charity Name - St. Joseph's Foundation. Charity Registration No. - 20016104. Location - Munster. Theme - Sustainability.


MUNSTER WHEELCHAIR CLUB:

New players welcome. Adult Wheelchair Hurling/Camogie Training Sessions every Thursday from 7pm to 9pm in the Millenium Centre, Caherconlish, V94CC60. Trainers Dave Fitzgerald & John Carey. Further info, email the club at - munsterwheelchairhurling@gmail.com


WEST LIMK RESOURCES:

The Conversation Club needs you! English speakers needed to facilitate a new Conversation Club in Newcastle West. Training and vetting will be provided. Get in touch for more information or to express an interest! Contact Niamh on 087 745 3141 or email nmacnamara@wlr.ie

The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) is co-funded by the Irish Government, through the Department of Rural and Community Development, and the European Social Fund.


DID YOU KNOW:

19th May,1999 - A five-stone lump of butter, estimated to have been buried in a bog over 300 years ago, is discovered in the Poll na gCapaill bog near Barnaderg in Galway.

20th May,1927 - Charles Lindbergh takes off from New York in the ''Spirit of St Louis on the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight to Paris.

21st May,1999 - The Jack Lynch tunnel, is unveiled.

22nd May,1950 - Bill Whelan, musician, composer of Riverdance, is born in Limerick.

23rd May,1998 - A referendum on the Good Friday agreement ended with 3 to 1 support.

24th May,1998 - Director John Boorman wins the Best Director prize for' The General'.


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