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Easter Ceremonies

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Easter Ceremonies

  • Tues. April 15th at 8pm Mass and anointing of the sick
  • Wed. April 16th Thurles Cathedral at 7.30pm Blessing of Holy Oils. All are welcome.
  • Holy Thursday at 8pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper
  • Good Friday at 3pm Passion of the Lord and Holy Communion ,8pm Stations of the Cross
  • Holy Saturday at 8pm Celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus – the most important celebration of the whole year

Parish News

The Spring collection for the priests of the diocese is taken up at this time. Envelopes in your weekly box or any envelope will do. Cheques to be made payable to Mullinahone Parish. A pilgrimage to the Holy Land will take place from Sept. 29th to October 7th, 2014 Spiritual Director Fr. Celsus Tierney. Information from Fr, Celsus at 0504-43118 or 086-1672700.

Local Lotto

The last local lotto draw took place on Monday 7th April. The numbers drawn were 3,17,20 and 29. There was no jackpot winner, but congratulations to Tess Morrissey who won the Match 3 prize of €150. Next draw will be on Tuesday April 22nd when the jackpot could be worth €4,000.

Thank You

Thank you from Eddie O’Meara to everybody who attended the special meeting in the GAA Centre on Friday April 4th and in particular to the ladies who did such excellent catering. Another meeting will take place on Good Friday night after ceremonies. Good to see our streets having their potholes repaired and back to the state that they were in before the new water mains were laid. Like everything else “Together we can succeed”.

Tidy Towns

Parish clean up will take place on Good Friday morning April 18th. Meeting in the GAA carpark at 10am. Your support is greatly needed. Volunteers to rebuild the stone wall in the Forge meadow opposite the Community Centre are sought. Contact Mary Guiry on 087-8299381. New volunteers to the Tidy Towns team would be very welcome.

Easter Monday Mass

The Annual War of Independence Memorial Mass will take place on Easter Monday April 21st at 7.30pm in Blessed Edmund Rice Church, Westcourt, Callan. All would be very welcome.


U8F Tuesdays at 6.15pm and U8H on Fridays at 6.15pm in the Soccer field. Thanks to all who helped out with last weeks blitz. U10 coaching on Saturdays at 10.30am. Juveniles take note that GAA field is adult only on Friday nights. Fixtures Thurs. April 24th U14F v Fethard in Fethard at 6.45pm, Monday April 28th at 6.45pm U16F v Clonmel Commercials in Mullinahone. South Tipp U16’s won Garda Cup with the aid of Colin Shelly, Enda Keane and Dara Kelly. U15 to take part in Roger Ryan Tournament with Declan McNamara (selector), Eoghan Brett, Brendan Kearney, Sean Fitzgerald and Oisin McNamara to be involved. A special meeting will take place on May 1st at 8.30pm to organise the 2014 tournament. All juvenile membership should be paid by May 1st.

Congratulations Girls

Congratulations to Mullinahone NS Girls soccer team who were runners up in the Tipperary FAI 5 aside soccer competition. They were beaten in the final by Rathkeevin NS by 1-0. Well done to our girls on doing so well as 53 teams entered the competition. The panel of players was Nicola O’Dwyer, Amy Doyle, Loius Fallon, Emma Cody, Holly Carroll, Kathelyn Reilly, Katie Gale and Marion Gillman.

Good Win

Our senior hurlers did very well to overcome neighbours Ballingarry in their first game in the county championship on Sun. evening last It was a fixture that has always given us trouble over the years. The final score was Mullinahone 1-11 Ballingarry 3-04. Though we only won by a point we scored 12 times to our opponents 7 times but it was definitely better than losing by a point. We now look forward to the next round.


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