November 28th 2021

1st Sunday of Advent

  May this season of Advent be a time of joy, happiness and peace for each of us.  



Sat. Nov 27th  8pm                  Stephen and Bridie Darcy, Crossanagh

                                                  and deceased family members.



Sun.  Nov 28th  9.30am          Tim Cleary, Skehana,

 James Stack, Killea and deceased family members,

 Patrick Geoghegan, Glin and deceased family members.

Please pray for the happy repose of the soul of Teresa Donnellan, Melbourne, (sister of Jim Donnellan, Luska) who died recently.


FIRST FRIDAY –  Dec 3rd.       Mass in Terryglass at

Feast of the Immaculate Conception   – December 8th

Masses in our cluster –  Borrisokane 10am,  Rathcabbin 7:30pm and

Kilbarron 7:30pm

Advent for Christians is the season of waiting on God, the time for finding space amid the rush and bustle, to be alert, attentive and aware of God’s presence in our lives.

North Tipperary EmployAbility Service is an employment/recruitment service which supports people with an illness, injury or disability to secure and maintain a job in the open labour market.  We cover all geographical areas of North Tipperary. Details: 067 37896/37897

Kilbarron Terryglass Historical Society

We are beginning a process of recording the names of all those who are believed to be interred in Kilbarron, Terryglass and Finnoe old graveyards but whose names are unrecorded on a headstone or in any other form.  If you wish to participate or believe your ancestors are buried in any of the above graveyards, contact any of the committee for further details.

December Lecture –  This will take place on Fri 10th Dec at 8pm.  Lisa McGeeney will give an insight in to  “Nurses and Midwives: Public Health under the Poor Laws”  Link to register for the talk will be sent out nearer to the time.


Covid 19 it is safest to keep the following precautions,Social distancing, Mask Wearing and Hand hygiene. We thank you all for your patience at this time and to our Stewarts for their ongoing assistance.


New Book ‘Visits to the Blessed Sacrament and Our Lady’ by Alphonsus de Liguori Price: €6 plus postage.  Enquiries to:Redemptorists, Mount St Alphonsus, Limerick V94 F867  e-mail: ph: 061 315099,


A Child is born for us’ Advent and Christmas’  Six presentations and two webinars 8th Dec. 7.30pm and 15th Dec. 7.30pm.   To book:


It’s circular shape with no beginning and no end symbolises the eternity of God. In the midst of the winter bleakness, its evergreen reminds us of the everlasting life we have in Christ.  Pine cones in the wreath remind us of new life and Resurrection. The four candles represent the four weeks of Advent and purple is the colour of prayer and penance.

As winter leans deeper into darkness we are ever invited to lean deeper into the light, Christ the light of the world.


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