Parish Notices for Trinity Sunday – May 29th & 30th

Published on May 28, 2021

Friday is the First Friday:  Mass at 9.30am in Crookstown Church will be offered for all those names on the altar lists of the dead in Crookstown, Kilmead and Moone

Mass will be celebrated in Crookstown Church on Saturday night at 7pm Sunday morning at 10. 30am, on Wednesday and Friday mornings at 9.30am.  Morning Masses followed by the rosary.

Mass in Moone Church on Thursday mornings at 9.30am.

The Rosary with Exposition of The Blessed Sacrament in Crookstown Church on Monday 31st May at 10am.

Exposition of The Blessed Sacrament and Evening Prayer from 3pm – 4pm in Moone Church on Sunday May 30th.

The following restrictions apply to all Masses:

A maximum of 50 persons are permitted to attend Mass, funerals and weddings.  Please follow the instructions of the stewards on duty.

Sanatising of hands on entering and leaving the Churches.

Social distancing rules apply.  Face coverings must be worn unless for medical reasons.  No congregating outside the Church doors or in the grounds.

Newsletter available on the website and a small number available in the Churches.

Please take the Mass missalettes home with you.

There is a Petition Box in each of our Churches for anyone who would like to pray for someone doing exams at this time.

Exam Prayer cards are available in all our Churches.  Please feel free to take them.

Update on the celebration of Baptism. 

To those who are waiting for the Sacrament of Baptism in the parishes of Athy, Narraghmore & Moone, we congratulate you on the birth of your child. We know that there are many people who have been waiting for over a year to have their child baptised.  We have received a directive from Archbishop’s house with regard to the celebration of Baptism. “In the light of the most recent government health advice – operative for the months of May and June, the celebration of the Sacrament of Baptism should only take place in exceptional circumstances. The ordinary celebration of the Sacrament of Baptism should not be organised until further notice”.  We are looking forward to celebrating Baptism with you once these restrictions are eased.

Archbishop Farrell asks for your input on the future of our
Diocese & Parish. 

As you may be aware, Archbishop Farrell has established a task force entitled ‘Building Hope’. The objective of the Task Force is to begin a listening process within the Diocese about how we can move forward as a parish and as a diocese. Covid-19 has not only challenged us as a church but has also provided an opportunity for positive change. As we seek to learn from our experience of the pandemic, what can we do now to ensure that we will be a vibrant faith community in 10 years’ time?  The Task Force have begun a consultation process with parishes, various groups and individuals within the diocese. Archbishop Farrell is asking you for your input. In the coming weeks a consultation questionnaire will be made available on our parish website and also on the Dublin Diocesan website. We urge you to seize this opportunity to give your input that will help shape the future of our parish and of our Diocese, as together we build hope. We will have more information for you next weekend.