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Kindly pray for Margaret Collins, Carrigmore, Ballineen, who has died.
Reception prayers in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Enniskeane on Monday evening at 7.30pm and reposing until 8.30pm. Reposing in the Church on Tuesday evening from 7.30pm followed by Rosary at 8.30pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 12.00 noon. Funeral afterwards to the adjoining cemetery. Family flowers only.
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Please pray for the repose of the soul of Jackie Carey, Ballineen, who has died.
Reposing at O'Mahony's Funeral Home, Enniskeane. Rosary on Thursday evening at 8.30pm. Reception Prayers on Friday evening at 7.30pm in the Church of the Assumption, Ahiohill. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
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When Maynooth College opened its door to student priests in 1795, Maurice Roche and John Allen were the first Cork students to enrol in the Maynooth, Co. Kildare, college. They were ordained priests of Cork diocese in 1800. Maurice Roche’s … Continue reading
The Bible tells us that its “a holy and wholesome thought” to pray for the dead. It’s also an important part of our Christian and Irish tradition that we honour and respect the burial places of people who have died. … Continue reading
The parish church of Enniskeane and Desertserges was the dream of Father Daniel Coveney who was parish priest in the parish from 1867 until his death in 1877. Fr Coveney grew up in Tracton Abbey Parish and studied for the priesthood … Continue reading
It’s good to give thanks! That’s not original because the bible and the Christian tradition are peppered with this motif. But we don’t always heed it. A few days ago I collected from a craftsman in Cork city a Missal … Continue reading
“WITH our present issue we give an illustration of the new Catholic church, the erection of which has just been commenced by the Rev. Dr. Coveney, P.P., at Enniskean.” So begins an article published in “The Irish Builder” in 1871 … Continue reading
With sadness and thanksgiving to Almighty God, we mourn the death of Fr. Sean McCarthy, retired Parish Priest of Enniskeane and Desertserges, who died this morning. We will prayerfully welcome Fr. Sean’s remains back to Enniskeane Church this evening (Monday) … Continue reading