PROLOGUE: Knowledge is the safest form of treasure to accumulate – no thief can rob you of it.
DEATH: We offer our sympathy to Ned and the family of Eileen Murphy, Glenashrone and late of Kilcummin whose funeral took place on Wednesday, August 30 to The Sacred Heart Church, Lyreacrompane. May she rest in peace.
REUNION OF CLASS OF ’84. Did you sit your Leaving Certificate at St. Josephs Secondary School, Abbeyfeale in 1984 or were you part of that class along the way? If so, do join us at our reunion celebrations on Friday night October 20 @ 8pm, in "The Winners Circle Bar”. Tickets €10 to cover finger food and DJ. Please reply before Friday October 6 by text to any of the following numbers: Annette 087 2025359, Maura 085 8473160, Christiane 087 9421608 or Mary 087 2724388.
ST. JOSEPH’S YOUNG PRIESTS SOCIETY: The Diocesan Meeting of St. Joseph’s Young Priests Society will be held in Abbeyfeale on Wednesday, September 13. Mass will be celebrated in Blessed Sacrament chapel at 8:00pm followed by meeting in St. Ita’s Day Care Centre.
COMMUNITY ADDICTION STUDIES COURSE: A course will run in NCW from Wednesday, October 11 for 13 weeks, it costs €50 and is free to those on a social welfare benefit. The course aims to give families, individuals, community workers the tools to deal with and the understanding of drugs and alcohol in their community. An open evening will be held at the offices of West Limerick Resources on Wednesday, October 4 at 7pm. For further information contact Dearbhla 069 66293.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: A chance to catch this 2017 release that received widespread critical acclaim. Starring Emma Watson as Belle, and Dan Stevens as Beast, the film plays at the Glórach Theatre on this Sunday, September 17 at 2.30 pm
as part of our children’s matinee series. All children must be accompanied by an adult, for bookings or enquiries please ring 0871383940.
CULTURE NIGHT: Culture night takes place throughout the county on Friday, September 22 with venues throughout the land opening their doors for free events to the public. At the Glórach that evening from 7.30 to 9 we will be celebrating local writers, poets and actors with an informal evening of story, song, poetry and drama. Beidh fáilte roimh gach éinne.
GOD HAS NO COUNTRY AT GLÓRACH: The extraordinary story of the actions of Kerryman Monsignor Hugh O’Flaherty, who defied the fascists during World War II, will be brought to the stage in the one-man play,God has no Country by Killarney man Donal Courtney. Through the actions of O’Flaherty, many lives were saved and it will be an intriguing experience to see this tale told on stage. The play will be coming to the Glórach Theatre on the evening of Thursday, September 28. Booking is essential at 0871383940.
ABBEYFEALE PARISH COMMUNITY GARDEN: A huge thank you to all those who supported the sale of produce from the garden last Sunday. It was a dreadful day of wind and rain but we were still able to lodge €309.92 to the Abbeyfeale for Africa account in the Credit Union.
GARDENING COURSE: Have you an interest in Gardening or Landscaping. A Horticulture QQI Level 4 Course is starting at the LCETB centre, Abbeyfeale in September please contact 06831198 for further details.
ST. PADRE PIO TRIDUUM 2017: A special Triduum will be held in The Church of the Immaculate Conception, NCW from 7-9pm on Wednesday, September 20, Thursday, September 21 and Friday, September 22 with Mass and Devotions, Blessing and Veneration of 1st class relic. Celebrant Fr. John Mockler of the Institute of St. Padre Pio’s Servants of Suffering. All welcome.
ARA NA FÉILE: Abbeyfeale Active Retirement will have their first meeting of the autumn on Wednesday, September 20 at 2pm in the Adult Education Centre, Mountmahon. PRO Mary McGill says” Hope everyone enjoyed the Summer break and we look forward to a full and varied schedule for the next term”.
TOASTMASTERS: The first meeting of the season is in the Listowel Arms Hotel on Thursday, September 28 at 8pm. Further details contact wwwtoastmasters.org or 0872193670. West Limerick Toastmasters will hold their next meeting on Wednesday, September 20 at 8pm in the Desmond Complex. If you feel unsure about speaking this is the club for you. Practice amongst your peers in a safe learning environment.
COURSE OPPORTUNITY: Exciting opportunity to learn new skills in a local course in Abbeyfeale with The Abbey Heritage Project. Learn about Retail Skills, Computer skills and Employment opportunities in one full time free course from September 2017. Training Allowance available to eligible participants. Contact Adrienne O’Connell at West Limerick Resources on 087 2773294 and firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to register.
FREE COMPUTER AND INTERNET TRAINING COURSE: There is a new free Digital Skills for Citizens course taking place in Abbeyfeale library. The course will begin on Saturday, September 23 and will run each Saturday afternoon for five weeks, from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. The course is completely free to all participants – an Eircode is required to register. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet if available.
CELEBRATING THE ALL IRELAND FLEADH WINNERS: A Traditional Session will take place at the Ramble Inn on Saturday night, September 16 at 9.30pm to celebrate the All Ireland winners Maura O’Connor, daughter of Mary and Vincent, Knockbrack, and Brian Scannell son of Mary and Billy, Mountmahon. All are welcome.
TREES CUT DOWN IN THE SQUARE: There was shock and disappointment when the trees were cut down the other morning. Abbeyfeale Community Council have been in touch with Limerick County Council who say they will be replaced shortly and that it was necessary to cut them because of the ever increasing size of the wind turbines that transit through the town at night.
GLÓRACH: Thanks to all who turned out for our showing of Citizen Kane on Wednesday last, the monthly film screening has become an established staple of the Abbeyfeale social scene since its inception in the Spring. Acknowledgement was made at the end of the film of all who have sponsored us to date, a massive thanks to you all for donating towards the eye-catching film posters that have adorned the town in the last few months. Next up is ‘Singing in the Rain’ which will be screening on Wednesday, October 4 at 8 pm.
HOPE FOUNDATION: Conor McAuliffe and Caoime Pegley from Abbeyfeale will be travelling to Kolkata next Easter. They will speak at all Masses on the weekend of September 16/17. Tournafulla’s Rachel Doody who is also travelling is organising a fundraiser on Saturday, September 23 – a 5K/10K Run Walk from the Community Centre, registration is from 10am with the race starting at 11.30am.
ABBEYFEALE SELECTED AS A WILD CARD IN GOING FOR GOLD COMPETITION: The judges in this year’s Limerick Going for Gold have travelled the length and breadth of Limerick city and county visiting the communities involved in this year’s Challenge category of the competition.The visits have been to see the amazing work and dedication that volunteers across Limerick have for their localities, in making them better places to live, work and visit.The judges also have had the difficult task of selecting seven wildcards to join the five weekly winners as Challenge Category Finalists after they were chosen by public vote. The seven wildcard communities to go through to the grand final are (in alphabetical order): Abbeyfeale, Adare, Croom, Foynes, Kilfinane, Moyross and South Limerick City. They will join the communities of Athea, Galbally, Castleconnell, Oola and Hospital who were chosen during the weekly public votes. All 12 communities will compete in the Challenge Category of Limerick Going for Gold 2017 later in the Autumn.
BRING A BIT OF ROMANCE BACK INTO YOUR MARRIED LIFE: Do you feel lost, alone or bored in your marriage? Are you hurt, frustrated or angry with your spouse? Does talking about it only make it worse? The Retrouvaille programme can help marriages at all stages. Next programme starts October 6-8. For information contact Tony & Anne (01) 495 3536, Mike & Anne (01) 450 0922, text or call 086 413 5440, or email info or visit www.retrouvaille.ie.
TESCO REMOVE BASKETS AND INTRODUCE BLUE WHEELIE BASKETS: A number of people have mentioned their disappointment that the baskets, which they prefer, have been removed from the Abbeyfeale branch and placed behind the desk where you must queue to get one.
ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK: The Legion of Mary are going to Knock on Sunday, September 24 leaving The Church of The Resurrection, Killarney at 6.15 a.m. Pick up in Farranfore, Castleisland and Abbeyfeale. Contact: Patricia 087 9048659/Sean Broderick, New St.
UNDERSTANDING DOMESTIC ABUSE: ADAPT Domestic Abuse Services, Limerick, will run a 1-day course ‘Understanding Domestic Abuse’ in Abbeyfeale on Tuesday, October 24 from 10 – 5 p.m. The training is experiential and interactive and is suitable for anyone who works with women and families in a professional or voluntary capacity. Please contact Deirdre at email@example.com or 061 412354 for an application form.
OPEN NIGHT: Free Public Information Night regarding the use of Defibrillators this coming Wednesday, September 13 from 7pm-9:30pm at the Search & Rescue HQ, Killarney Road, Abbeyfeale. All Welcome.
COMPUTER CLASSES FOR CITIZENS: Topics covered will include: Safety & security online. Email. Search engines and webpages. Accessing government services online. Conducting everyday transactions online. Using Apps. Making voice and video calls online. Online shopping. Online banking and security. Social media. Video, TV and radio online. Advanced government services. Youtube instructional videos. Digital photography. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet if available. Enda O’ Callaghan Senior Trainer. Phone: 089 420 7708 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BRIDGE CLUB: Abbeyfeale Bridge Club will resume after the summer break Thursday September 14 at 7.30 pm in the Railway Bar, Abbeyfeale.
WINTER CLASSES: Courses starting up next week at the Abbeyfeale Community Education Centre, including of course the gardening course. Anyone passing by Mountmahon will have seen the sign by now, for details of all courses feel free to call 068-31198.
LIMERICK BEEKEEPERS: September lecture in Mungret GAA Hall, Thursday, September 14 at 8pm with Micheal Maunsell on the subject of winter preparations.
SINGING NIGHT IN PHILIP ENRIGHTS: The monthly singing night at The Ramble Inn takes place on the first Friday of each month from 9pm.
BEREAVMENT EVENING: Anam Cara the organisation that supports bereaved parents, is holding a Bereavement Information Evening on Thursday, September 21 at 7:00pm in Milford Care Centre, Limerick. This is a free event and open to all bereaved parents. As Anam Cara will need to confirm numbers for teas, coffees, etc, please RSVP to info before Wednesday, September 20 or call the Information Line on 085 2888 888.
PADRE PIO DEVOTIONS: Devotions on the first Tuesday of the month in Monagae Church at 7pm. Blessing with 1st. class relic.
NORTH KERRY. COLLEGE OF FURTHER EDUCATION: Hobby Courses & QQI Qualification Courses . Enrolment for Night Classes will take place at the college in Listowel as follows. Wednesday, September 13 7.00 – 9.00 pm Monday, September 18 7.00 – 9.00 pm. Wednesday, September 20, 7.00 – 9.00 pm. For further details 086 0289958 or e mail maria.fitzgerald
ABBEYFEALE PARENT & TODDLER GROUP meets every Tuesday and Thursday in St. Ita’s Hall inAbbeyfeale from 11am to 12:30pm. New people always welcome. This group is a great way to introduce your child to a pre-school environment, teaching them to play and share with other children and a fantastic way for parents to make new friends as well. Activities each week include singing nursery rhymes, painting/colouring, table-top art and crafts, also messy play, which encourages children’s imagination and they learn about different textures & help develop their motor skills (hand eye co-ordination). Parents have time to chat, with a cup of tea, sing and play also. Contact Mary at West Limerick Resources on 087 9382883.
WEST LIMERICK 102FM: Every Monday evening from 7pm to 7.30pm tune into a little bit of Heaven with Fr. Kevin.
.PIONEER GATHERING: The Munster Pioneer Gathering and Spirituality Day will take place in The Woodland’s House Hotel in Adare on October 1, 2017. This will be a most important day for the future of the Pioneer Association in Munster.
For more info contact Denis 087 7614462
Tea,coffee and Barbecue
For more info contact Denis 087 7614462
Tea,coffee and Barbecue
For more info contact Denis 087 7614462
Tea,coffee and Barbecue
WEEKLY DRAW FOR YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY RADIO: West Limerick 102fm are holding a weekly fundraising 50/50 Draw with the raffle taking place live on air in the West Limerick 102fm. Studios. Each week the pot from the sale of the raffle tickets will be divided equally between the person whose ticket is drawn and the station. Tickets only €2 each are now on sale in Ann Lyons, The Square. Call 06966200 for further information. Books of 12 tickets are available from the station for €20 so two free tickets to the seller.
SVP OPENING HOURS: The Abbeyfeale shop will open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday each week between 10-4pm. Further information 087 1213560.
YOUTH MINISTRY TRAINING: The Youth Ministry Team in the Diocese will be delivering a Youth Ministry Training Programme beginning in September 2017. This course is aimed at adults (aged 21+) volunteers or professionals who have an interest in working with children or young people in a parish or school setting. For more information please contact: Aoife Walsh, Limerick Diocesan Pastoral Centre, Den-mark St, Limerick email@example.com
COMMUNITY ALERT: If you have a security system in place from Abbeyfeale Community Alert, contact the committee member who organised it, for a free carbon monoxide alarm courtesy of Airtricity. Never park on the hard shoulder to answer the phone or make a call as I was told by a fireman that you are only 15 minutes from death if you park there. Remember your car is not a phone booth – don’t make or answer calls while behind the wheel of a moving vehicle. It was a week of mayhem on the roads with 5 deaths on one day alone so we must all take responsibility for our behaviour when we go out on the road – rushing, tiredness, distraction all contribute to making driving one of the most dangerous things that you do anyday. It is an offence to purchase sex and it will no longer be the woman who is forced to sell her body that will face censure through the courts but the man who takes advantage of the woman’s desperation. A warning has been issued to people travelling to Benidorm about always keeping their luggage in front of them and accepting no offers of help to carry it – it’s probably the wrong time of year to be talking about this but bear it in mind if you are travelling anywhere – there’s always someone who wants to relieve you of your hard earned cash wherever you go. r photos so tried to hide their faces. You can clearly see one face and the other (unsure if it is male or female) has a distinctive tattoo on the right leg.
They work in 2 different ways. They will either pretend to help you down the stairs of the Sol Ocas whilst robbing your hand luggage of money and valuables or they will watch you get your suitcase from the coach and whilst you are waiting for your friend/partner to get theirs they will again open up your hand luggage and take everything. Please make sure you have your wits about you when getting off the coach. Keep your suitcase and hand luggage in front of you and push it to the hotel instead of pulling it. Do not accept any help from people you don’t know and finally if these people approach you don’t be scared to scream and shout as they do not like a commotion Keep Sunday, November 19 free for our 2nd. Annual Christmas Party which will be held this year in Fr. Casey’s Clubhouse. Tickets at €12 will shortly go on sale and will cover lunch and dancing to Mike Condon. Further information to follow. We have been asked to remind people that once they reach the age of 65 and live alone or with a person/s aged over 65 then they are entitled to receive a monitored alarm system. The free equipment is provided by Pobal following an application from Abbeyfeale Community Alert but there will be a monitoring fee to be paid yearly to the installing company which is currently in the region of €65. If you do not have a land line the company will organise a sim card for a mobile phone for a monthly fee of approx. €12 on top of the monitoring fee. If you are a victim of or have witnessed domestic abuse then log onto whatwouldyoudo.ie We constantly update our FB page with local alerts and information on keeping safe so do keep an eye on that. Committee members are Sean Broderick, Micheal O’Kelly N.T., Seamus Stack, Mossie Gleeson, Kathleen Collins, Mary McArthur, Buddy and Brenda Barry, John O’Sullivan, Billy Quirke N.T., Cllr. Francis Foley, Mary Jo O’Connell, James Joy, Marian Harnett.
CHURCH NOTES: Canon Anthony Mullins 087/2600414. Fr Joseph Foley CC Tel: Mobile: 087 – 2618412. Parish Church 068/51915. Parish Office: Open 11:00 – 1:00 p.m. Tues. – Fri. (068) 31133 Email: fealechurch Limerick Social Services: 061-314111. A.A. 061-311222 Al-Anon 086-8143425 Bereavement Support: 068 / 31203, 068/ 31262, 068/5198. Parish Support Worker 068/31019 St Vincent De Paul 087/1213560
Counselling Appointment 061/314213. Accord NCW 069/61000. Samaritans: 061 – 412111 or Free phone 1850609090 A.A. 061-311222 Al-Anon 086-814342551984 Console 061-306792. Masses: No morning Mass Monday, evening Mass at 7pm. Mass Tuesday –Friday 10am. Saturday 11am. Vigil Mass 7pm. Sunday Masses 9.30am and 12 noon. Mass Intentions|: Wednesday 8pm St Joseph’s Young Priests Society Saturday 11am Margaret O’Connor, Lotts, Knocknagoshel. Mass Intentions for next weekend Saturday7pm Hannah Mai Scannell. Dan, Eileen, Marie & Denis Collins Dromtrasna. Sunday 9.30am Frank Collins, Banard. 12 noon Johnny Carroll, Doon Tralee who died in a road traffic accident outside Abbeyfeale recently.
Novena prayers to St Anthony on Mondays during the 7pm Mass. Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Fridays during the 10am Mass. Adoration takes place each Monday, Wednesday & Thursday from 6-8pm and on Tuesday& Friday from 8.30am to 10pm. As due to data protection laws, priests can no longer go to the reception desk in local hospitals and get a list of parishioners who are patients, you are requested to contact either Fr. Joe or Fr. Tony if you wish them to visit. Faithcast is the new weekly podcast from catholicnews.ie, the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews and news snippets from the Catholic Church in Ireland. It is published every Monday and is available on catholicnews.ie. Counselling takes place every week in West Limerick Tel 061/3147213 for appointment.
To see the daily readings you may log on to www.abbefelaeparish.ie and click on daily reading on the home page. Log onto www.churchservices.tv/abbeyfealeparish for the church webcam. You can now watch all services from home if you have access to a computer. You are asked to use car parking spaces in the Church car park before you start parking in the middle of the yard. Invitation from Fr. Mullins: “I want to extend an open invitation to all parishioners, particularly young people to share their God given talents with the community. We are always in need of Musicians, Singers, Readers of the Word, Altar Servers, Ministers of the Eucharist, Flower arrangers, Collectors and Stewards. You may have IT skills which we need to help us use social media in bringing God’s message to parishioners. Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated”.
CELEBRATE CENTENERY OF FATIMA: Visit Of The National Statue Of Our Lady Of Fatima to St John’s Cathedral Friday, September 15 :10:00 AM – Mass 5:45 PM – Mass will be followed by Holy Hour with Meditated Rosary Saturday, September 16:10:00 AM – Mass 5:00 to 6:00 – Holy Hour with Meditated Rosary 6:00 PM – Vigil Mass Sunday, September 17: 8:00 AM – Mass (followed by Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary) 10:30 AM – Mass (followed by Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary) 12:00 AM – Mass (followed by Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary) 7:00 PM – Mass (followed by Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary). The green bus goes to Limerick on the hour and stops at the back of Arthur’s Quay Shopping Centre, it is only 10 minutes’ walk from there to the Cathedral.
FREE FAMILY FUN DAY: Limerick diocese launches its preparations for World Meeting of Families 2018 with a ‘Free Family Fun Afternoon’ in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick on Sunday October 8 next. This is a free event for families and all welcome – Please save the date and bring all your family, young and old, to the celebration! We will begin with the celebration of Mass together and finish in music and prayer. In between there will be food stalls, music and film, sports and family activities, information stalls and resources, as well as opportunities for prayer, contemplation and celebration together.
DANCE AND DVD LAUNCH: A dance in aid of Millstreet and Kanturk Hospitals with music by Heart to Heart, Mike Condon, Noreen Ashe, Noel Cronin Band among others takes place on Friday, October 13 next from 9pm at the Edel Quinn Hall, Kanturk. Admission €10.KanSHEP: Certificate in Personal Development is being offered again in Killarney running from October 2017 to May 2018. For more information please contact Deirdre on 087 7728089 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
NATIONAL LEARNING NETWORK TRALEE are currently recruiting participants for their QQI Level 5 Sport, Recreation and Exercise course. The course is free to individuals who are out of work due to illness, injury, those who have experienced a personal setback or early school leavers. Training and accommodation allowance provided. For further information, please contact NLN at 066 7122533 / 086 0404270 or email@example.com
ST PADRE PIO PRAYER GROUP Listowel is on the first Friday of every month. The ceremony begins with the Rosary at 6.45pm, followed by Mass at 7pm.for Saint Padre Pio with Exposition of Blessed Sacrament and Benediction after Mass.
PADRE PIO: Prayer Meeting takes place in Lixnaw Church on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm. Devotions begin at 6.30pm with Rosary, Mass and Benediction followed by blessing with a first class relic.
JIM LYONS’S RAMBLING HOUSE: Held on the third Tuesday of the month in Knockalougha.
NEWS FLASH : NEW SCIENTOLOGY CENTRE: The centre which is to open and train hundreds of converts is just weeks away from opening in south Dublin, TheJournal.ie has learned. The centre is to be opened as an Ideal Organisation which the Church of Scientology (CoS) say is “configured to provide the full services of the Scientology religion to its parishioners, while also serving the community with social betterment and outreach programmes”.
FREE CONCERT: The Franciscan Province of Ireland will run a series of free concerts at Friaries around the country as a thank you to all the people who have supported the work and ministry of the Franciscans. The date for the concert in Killarney is Friday, September 15 @ 7pm, which will be performed by Vincent Kennedy & Marina Cassidy.
GROW: Newcastle west Meeting (which serves the greater West Limerick area) is held every Tuesday from 11am to 1pm at the Desmond Complex for anyone aged 18 or over. Anyone wishing to know more about GROW and our services please come to this meeting, check our website WWW.GROW.IE, or contact Eimear Purcell at 086-7780664.
RECOVERY HAVEN KERRY CANCER SUPPORT HOUSE are holding a 7 week Prostate Cancer Support Programme commencing Monday, September 11, from 7-9 pm. Also, a Men’s Cancer Support Group, on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month, from 7-9 pm commencing Wednesday, September 13(only for men with Cancer ). Contact 066 7192122.
MARY IMMACULATE COLLEGE ALUMNI REUNION 1957 TO 2012 on Saturday, October 7 from 1.30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MEETING FOR RETURNED LAY MISSIONARIES & VOLUNTEERS: Have you ever worked overseas as a volunteer or lay missionary in Africa, Asia or South America? Would you like to meet up with like-minded people to discuss issues of mutual concern? First meeting takes place on Wednesday, September 13 @ 7.30 p.m. in the John Paul 11 Pastoral Centre, Rock Rd. Killarney. Email: jim.farrell or 083 8422468 to confirm attendance.
VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED: World Meeting of Families in Dublin 2018. Would you like to help organise this amazing event? We would be delighted to have you! We need a diverse mix of people with various skills and experiences to ensure the success of this event. Whatever your reasons or your focus, we know your skills and experience can help us and we would welcome your support in helping us create a successful, historic and joyous event. WMOF2018 volunteers will be assigned from a wide variety of roles to match their skills and experience. Tasks may include supporting information and welcome centres, transport hubs and event services at the major WMOF2018 venues. A volunteer must be a resident of the island of Ireland at the time of application. Be over 18 years of age as of 1st January 2018. Be sensitive and respectful of our Catholic ethos. Must apply for Garda vetting as part of the application process in line with the procedure laid down. Be available to volunteer for a minimum of four consecutive days between 18th and 29th August 2018. (Shifts will last up to 8 hours and you will be given adequate rest time). Be available for three mandatory training sessions, starting before the end of 2017. The training sessions will be on Saturdays and will last 3 to 5 hours. They will cover Induction, Job and Venue Specific Training. Advance notice will be given of dates. Please note that registration is handled online. If you do not have access to email or a computer, please ask family members or friends for access to their computer and for assistance with the volunteer application process. Alternatively, you can access a computer and support in your local citizens information office or local library. For more details log on to www.worlmeeting2018.ie
CONCERT: The Agnes (Aggie) Kennelly Memorial Gala Concert in aid of Pieta House will be held in Saint Molua’s Church Ardagh on Friday October 6 at 8pm. The following Artists will take part. Mairead Buicke, one of Irelands leading Sopranos, with accompanist Jean O’Brien, Jean O’Brien, Anne Phelan, Violinist with R.T.E. Saint Molua’s Church Choir with Sean Moriarty choirmaster. The Priests, Fr. Tim Curtin, Canon Tony Mullins, and Fr. Liam Enright. Michael Nash, Limerick’s famous Tenor, Olivia Meehan, the 11 yr old with the magical voice, Michael and Fiona Collins on Mandolin, and Seamus and Johnny Hunt , N.C.W. Pipers. There will also be a raffle during the show. Tickets for the event are on sale at Tony Hayes N.C.W.