Parish News – 28/06/2020

Fr. Vinod & Fr. Bernard wish you well and keep safe.
Just to mention again the blessings of the graves in the parish have taken place.
Again, we wish to say “thank you” to all those who brought their envelopes of collection to our churches last Sunday. The total amount last week : Brid – Crinn €169.70. Castletown €179.50. Faughart: €210.00 and Kilcurry €353.5
Online donations on the Parish website since April amounted to €798.21
The collection of Education of young priests came to €650.00. Many thanks.
Baptisms: Please note the new times of Baptisms in the Parish. Individual Baptisms only: Friday at 6.00pm in Kilcurry Church. Saturday at 11.00am Kilcurry Church. Saturday at 4.45 in Fatima and 12.45 on Sunday in Fatima. Brid-A-Crinn on request. The following conditions: no more than 50 people may be present including the celebrant, the child to be baptised, the parent(s) and the godparents. For the purpose of contact tracing, a record of all people present may be kept
We will not have Faughart Sunday (national pilgrimages to St. Brigid’s shrine) this year due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Weekend and daily Mass are to be resumed after the 29th June. We will have mass on Monday evening the 29th in Fatima church at 7.00pm the Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul, and daily at 10.00am Tuesday – Friday. Brid-A-Crinn Friday at 7.30pm and Saturday 10.30am in Kilcurry.
The first of the weekend masses is on Saturday 4th July. Restrictions regarding the Number of people will be in operation. No more than 50 people are allowed in enclosed places. Our weekend masses will be at the usual times: Saturday Vigil Mass Fatima 6.00pm. Faughart Shrine 7.30pm. Sunday: Brid-A-Crinn 10.00am. Kilcurry 11.00am. Fatima 12.00 noon. Mass can be heard from the outside speakers for those unable to be in the churches because of restrictions regarding number of people. The 11am Mass in Kilcurry will be broadcast on the Parish Facebook page and website, it is most important that people who are vulnerable or unwell, and especially those with any symptoms that might suggest Covid-19 infection, should stay at home and, if possible, participate, as now, via webcam, social media, television, or radio. The same applies to those who have been in recent contact with someone who has the virus, in accordance with public health advice.