I attended the First Communion last Saturday
In the Church of the Assumption ..Mooncoin;
The girls and the boys looked so lovely
All the parents.. so warm.. so divine.

Father Eamonn and Father Dermot
Were so proud of each and everyone;
They invited us all to the hall there
To join them in having some fun.

A neighbour’s child ran over to me
Saying..”thank you so much for the money”;
Not a word did she mention about my lovely card
Ah sure that’s all right. I said..honey!

The innocent way it came from her
Sent me back in time through the years;
To the time long ago..when I was a boy
I’ll stop now..the eyes moist with tears.

The florin and half-crown I cherished
The ten shilling note made me rich;
Then mother took over these large notes
Saying: I’ll keep these..and buy you a stitch.

The tenner has now replaced ‘the tanner’
Twenty that’s not a lot;
The next thing they take out is the digital
While I still use the pencil to tot.

Confirmation was held here last Sunday
Once again the church was packed out;
Keep up the faith now everybody
Sure on seeing you all..I’ve no doubt.

This crisis we’ll overcome together
Let’s stop being negative.. right now;
Be all that you do
What the hell do we gain from each row!

Just think of that First Communion girl
With that innocence spread over her face;
May the good lord look after each one of them
I’ll finish..and go and say grace. (By Pat Kearns)

There will be a Retirement Function for Pat Duggan, Principal Mooncoin Boys’ School on Friday, June 25 at 8.00pm in the Parish Hall. All parishioners and former pupils over 18 year of age are invited to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

The 2nd Annual Slievenamon Walk in aid of Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children Crumlin will take place on Sunday, May 30 departing the Village of Kilcash at 1 pm. Registration will take place at the
Community Hall from 12 noon to 1.00pm. The walk takes roughly a healthy an hour and a half to the top where you can enjoy a picnic and admire the beautiful views of the surrounding counties. The famous Liam McCarthy Cup will be revisiting Tipperary for the first time in years, so don your county colours, have your photograph taken as this is an opportunity not to be missed.  The South East Mountain Rescue will kindly provide assistance in the unlikely event of an incident arising during the walk. For sponsorship cards or further information please contact Mick Walsh 086-2561734.

Bookings have been taken for Super Summer Activity Camp at Mooncoin GAA Grounds, week beginning August 9 to 13. For further information please contact Declan Wall on 051-898742/ 0861246650 or

Carrigeen: Friday, June 4, at 8pm.
Mooncoin: Friday, June 11, at 7.30pm. (New Cemetery)
Friday, June 18, at 7.30pm. (Old Cemetery)

Conference Meeting on Tuesday June 1 at 8.00pm.

The organisers of the recent First Annual Mooncoin Midnight Walk in aid of Chernobyl Children would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who participated in this successful event. €6,514 was raised in total. Also, we are delighted to inform you that the convoy and volunteers have returned home safely. The tireless work these volunteers put in every year makes an immense difference to the children of Chernobyl and your help as always is greatly appreciated.

Dick Moore at 5 Mooncoin Heights, on Wednesday, June 2.

READERS: June 6/13 (11am) Brandon Power, Maureen Kearns.
CLEANERS: June 5/12 - Nellie Phelan, Margaret Fielding, Angela Haley, Kathleen Mackey.

June 5 (8pm) Suzanne Halley, Declan Walsh.
June 6 (10am) Mary Hassett, Eileen Williams.
ALTAR SOCIETY: June 5 - Bridget Phelan, Kitty Hewetson.

MINSITER: June 6 - Katherine Hogan.
READER: June 6 - Marjorie Godinho.
ALTAR SERVERS: June 6 - Kate Hennebry, Sarah Norris.

We commend to your generous prayers the following who died recently. Sr. Josephine Walsh, Clogga & Waterford. Kevin Conway, Ashgrove. May they Rest in Peace.

Thomas & Mary Grant, Dournane Road;
Breda O’Keeffe, Philbuckstown;
Dixon Comerford, Clogga;
Annie Henebery, Ballybrazil;
John Joe Henebery, Ballybrazil;
Vincent Fitzpatrick, Waterford.


Mission Statement
Mooncoin Parish will strive to reach out to all in its community, listen to their needs and foster a sense of belonging and inclusiveness. To enable the people of God to come together, to support one another in faith and walk together in their daily living with Jesus our Lord.
We have received all the questionnaires and would like to thank everyone that contributed towards this. We are now compiling the information and will decide the best way to implement the ideas put forward. Thank you for your time and consideration.

The Emmanuel Community is an Association of Christ’s faithful as defined by the Code of Canon Law in the Catholic Church. The mission of the Community is to help each person discover and witness to God’s love in their daily lives.
One Year in Rome
One Year Experience, Rich in Missionary, Spiritual & Doctrinal Formation
Study for a Deep Foundation in Faith
Develop your Skills
Take time for Spiritual Formation
Learn to live for Others
Acquire a Deeper Understanding of the Church

The teenage peer educators and the adults involved in running the Fun Day would like to thank the following who helped make the day a great success: Billy O’Keeffe & the FAS Scheme; Sean Mackey Transport; Stephen Croke Bouncy Castles; Fran O’Keeffe Entertainment & M.C.; Conor Halpin & crew; Michael Blanchfield, Centra; Ed Doran, Breda Carberry & Tina Nolan for the use of their BBQ’s; Gary O’Keeffe, Mr Binman; Tipperary Water; Eugene Fitzgerald, MB Games; The Red Cross; Eddie Quilty & AIBP for their contribution towards the BBQ Food; Ladies Committee who provided tea throughout the afternoon.
The Fun Day was funded from 3 Céilí Church Gate Collections and Jersey Days in all the local schools and the sale of the Drug Awareness Parish Programme 2010 Calendars.
Raffle Winners
32” TV with DVD – Anthony Walsh, Polerone
Fruit Hamper – May Aylward
MB Game – Emily Cooney: John Marks; Angela Haley; Wayne O’Toole.

A night will be held in aid of the Alzheimer’s Society on Saturday May 29 in The Royal Oak, Rathkieran at 8pm. Music by Noddy. Tickets are €5 and can be purchased on the night, or by contacting Joan Ryan on 895237.

Country Cup Q/F:
Mooncoin 4-4 : Urlingford 2-9.
Mooncoin 4-5 : Piltown 2-7.
Mooncoin 5-8 : Tullaroan 4-5.
Mooncoin 4-4 : Urlingford 2-9.

“Dear Grandparents, welcome to the Catholic Grandparents Association. The Association grew out of our National Grandparents Pilgrimages to Knock where thousands of grandparents gathered in recent years, united by the same goal to do the very best we can for our children and grandchildren. The main aims of the Catholic Grandparent Association are to support grandparents in their faith, and to help them pass on the torch of faith to their grandchildren.”
For more information: Catholic Grandparents Association, (Registered Charity), 23 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Ph: 01 6625931.

In aid of Mooncoin Youth Club
May 23, 6pm – 8pm
Admission: €3
Venue: Parish Hall
Under 14’s

4 mile run/walk in aid of Hospice will be held on Sunday, June 6 at 2pm. Starting from Kilmacow Community Centre. Entry fee €10 for athletes and €5 for walkers. Medallions for all finishers. Your support would be appreciated.

Will run a family day in the near future. All are welcome to participate. All proceeds to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin. High Nellie's, Low Nellie's, or similar bikes - in the Novice category. Bikes with gears may take part in cycle also in the amateurs category. For information contact: Johnny Cleary on 087-9444458.

May 29 (8pm) Teresa O'Neill, Dick Madden.
May 30 (10am) Margaret Brennan, Noreen Walsh.
May 29 - Kitty Doyle, Julianne Walsh.

MINISTER: May 30 - Helen Brennan.
READER: May 30 - Helen Quinn.
CLEANERS: May 29/June 5 -
A. Walsh & A. Walsh.
ALTAR SERVERS: May 30 - Claire Bowe,Kate Kearns.

Alice Dunphy, Polerone.

Walter Hennebery, Luffany;
Anna Talbot, St. Anne’s Terrace;
Mary O’Brien, New Road;
James Murphy, Ballincur;
Larry Dunphy, Polerone;
Billy Walsh & Molly Walsh;
Mary O’Gorman, Mooncoin Heights;
John & Mary O’Hanlon, Philbuckstown;
Mike Walsh, Crawn.


Vintage Tractor Run
Sunday, May 23.
Leaving the Royal Oak at 12.30pm.
All proceeds to the
Three National Schools in the Parish.

Ballygriffin, Co. Cork, is the birthplace of Nano Nagle, foundress of the Presentation Sisters in 1775. We are organising a bus to Ballygriffin for Saturday, June 5. If you are interested please contact Sr. Maura at 895114, by Friday, May 21. If you wish to get details on the Nano Nagle Centre see the website,

Mooncoin Badminton
Mooncoin Badminton ended its great year at a disco in the Parish Hall recently. Club awards were presented on the night. Player of the year 09/10 was John Fitzgerald and Special Merit Awards were presented to Eoin Dowling, Ellie Hogan, Megan Hewetson and Jack Cuddihy. Congratulations to all of them. The committee would like to thank its members, selectors, managers, the committee of the Sports Complex and anyone that helped the Club during the year, it was very much appreciated. Looking forward to seeing everyone again in September.

Mooncoin GAA
I would like to sincerely congratulate and thank my fellow club members, our sponsors, the Kilkenny and Waterford teams and the people of Mooncoin for making last Sundays official opening such a wonderful success. Equally well done to our Intermediate team for a very strong performance against Gowran last Saturday evening. These are positive steps in our efforts to drive our teams and our parish forward. Well done to everyone, take a bow you deserve it.
James Grace on behalf of the Mooncoin GAA Club.

South Kilkenny Historical Society
Have organised a trip to Dublin, visiting Dublin Castle and Leinster House on Wednesday, May 26. Further details from Ms Kathleen Laffan at 051-885278.

Piltown Community Allotment Group
If you are interested in being part of the Piltown Community Allotment Group, then please come along to a meeting on Tuesday, May 18 at 10 am in the Piltown Community Centre, facillitated by Kilkenny Leader Partnership. All are welcome.

Conference meeting on Tuesday, May 18 at 8.00pm.

Cancer Collection
Annual Cancer Collection for the Parish on May 22/23.

Pilgrimage to Lourdes
There are 20 seats available on the Ossory Pilgrimage, May 22 to 27. To book Tel. 087 2517766 (no single rooms available).

READERS: May 23/30 (11am) Ann Lee, Geraldine Purcell.
CLEANERS: May 22/29 Fiona Walsh, Kathleen O’Brien, Joan Scahill, Kay Dunne.

MINISTERS: May 22 (8pm) Anne Walsh (C), Anna Walsh (B). May 23 (10am) Bill & Peggy Healy.
ALTAR SOCIETY: May 22 Margaret Kenny, Margaret Phelan (B).

MINISTER: May 23 - Bridget Rochford.
READER: May 23 - Padraigh Kirwin.
ALTAR SERVERS: May 23 - Kate & Laura Dillon-Dunphy.

Jerry O’Neill, Elm House.

We commend to your generous prayers, John Aylward, Wexford & Carrick on Suir, who was interred during the week.
May he Rest in Peace.

Michael Kinsella, Dournane. Tommy & Anna Kinsella, Ballytarsney. Anna Maher, Ardera. Micheal Croke, Chapel Street. Paul (Jnr) & Mary O’Keeffe, Grange Rd. & Waterford. Edward O’Keeffe, Philbuckstown. Mary Potter, Mooncoin. William Walsh, Carrigeen. Nicky Doody, Ballincur. Mary O’Toole, Comeragh View. Kathleen & Billy Bowe, Emil. Hannah & Edward Mackey, Polerone. John & Cecilia Collins, Knockanure. James Walsh, Ballybrazil. Richard Walsh, Aglish. James O'Brien, Carrick Rd.


Next Saturday, May 15, First Holy Communion
will take place in our Parish
10.30am - St. Kevin’s Church, Carrigeen.
Celebratory tea and Communion Cake in the Hall (Carrigeen)
12.00 noon - Church of the Assumption, Mooncoin
Celebratory tea and Communion Cake in the Parish Hall.
It has been a joy to have the Communion children participate in our celebration of Mass each week. We look forward to their ongoing participation.
We invite the first Communion Children to participate on the following Saturday evenings for the next three weeks; it is an opportunity to wear their First Holy Communion Clothes!!
The Feast of Pentecost, May 23
The Feast of the Most Holy Trinity, May 30
The Feast of Corpus Christi, June 6
We ask all the First Holy Communion Children to come together on June 6, Mooncoin Church for the Corpus Christi procession, which will go from the Church to the Convent garden for Benediction, followed by a cup of tea in the hall.
We take this opportunity as a parish community to wish our First Communion Children and their families a great day!!!

May 16 at 11.00am in Church of the Assumption
Tea, blessing of the Confirmation Cake and presentation of Certificates takes place after Confirmation in the Parish Hall. ALL WELCOME
A sincere thanks, to all our Confirmation Young People who participate in our Vigil Mass in both Churches each week. Your contribution to our celebration is invaluable. Thank You!
The Confirmation programme continues until the end of June.

Junior Hurling: Mooncoin take on Kilmacow in Mooncoin on Sunday, May 9 at 12.00 noon.
Official opening of the Sport Complex this Sunday evening, May 9 at 6.15pm by Paul Kinsella, Chairman of the Kilkenny County Board. At 7pm Kilkenny play Waterford. Large crowd expected, so come early and follow the instruction of the stewards for parking.
Result:Junior B Hurling May 1 in the Rower: Mooncoin 0-16 : Rower/Inistioge 0-8.

Mooncoin GAA Social Committee
Thursday May 13 at 8.30pm Function Room Sports Complex
Information and practical exercise session for strong bones by Ms Rosie Donnelly, Lecturer in Sports & Exercise Science (WIT), especially for women, including a practical demonstration of the various exercises which are beneficial for potential Osteoporosis sufferers. All are welcome.

May 10 is the last night of our Drug Peer Education Programme, ‘Healthy Life Choices’ is the Topic. Andy Hargreaves will also be there to meet our young people and to evaluate our programme. All Confirmation candidates are asked to attend at 7.00pm in the Boys’ School.
May 10 at 8.30p.m. Confirmation Parents and Families - Andy Hargreaves Waterford Drug Education Officer will speak on Alcohol, Drugs and Head Shops! The more we are aware as a parish, the greater hope we have for a healthier community. We extend the invitation to hear what Andy has to say to all the parish.

Monthly collection next weekend May 15/16. Thank you for your continued support.
Conference meeting Tuesday, May 18 at 8.00pm.

Mooncoin/Plounevez Lochrist Twinning Association
There will be a meeting in Comerford’s Lounge on May 12 at 8.30pm. Anyone wishing to join us will be very welcome.

MINISTERS: May 15 (8pm) Dick Madden, Declan Walsh. May 16 (10am) Josephine Rowe, Yvonne Pheasey.
ALTAR SOCIETY: May 15 Ann Grant, Mary Fewer.

MINISTER: May 16 - Richard Hogan.
READER: May 16 - Aiden Quilty.
CLEANERS: May 15/22 - M. Gilmartin, M. Rochford.
ALTAR SERVERS: May 16 - Ian, Fiona & Andrew Long.

Eddie Doyle, Joe Doyle and Peter Doyle Luffany.
James Walsh.
Catherine Loftus.
William Walsh, Carrigeen.
Mary Potter, Mooncoin.


Catholic Schools: Envisioning a Future
At present the Church’s involvement in education is much debated. Should we be there at all? Have we anything to offer? What is distinctive about a Catholic School? And why would a parent choose to send their child to such a school? These, and questions like them, are not only timely but also important and they deserve our attention.
Therefore, on the evening of Friday, May 7 (7.30pm - 9.30pm) and the morning of Saturday, May 8 (10am - 12.30pm), at St. Patrick’s Parish Centre, Loughboy, Kilkenny, we will have the opportunity to explore and reflect on our involvement in education today. Can we offer positive reasons for our involvement in Education? Why not join us and take part in the discussion.
Friday, May 7 - The Catholic School: Reflecting an Experience (7.30pm -9.30pm)
Speaker: His Eminence Sean Cardinal Brady, Archbishop of Armagh & Primate of all-Ireland.
And Reflections on the experience of Catholic Schools from:
* Mr. John Curtis, Principal St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny.
* A Parent.
* Michelle Cullinane (A Student from Loreto Secondary School,
Chairperson: Most Rev. Seamus Freeman, Bishop of Ossory.
Saturday, May 8 - The Catholic School: Envisioning a Future (10am – 12.30pm)
* Fr Michael Drumm, Chairperson of Catholic Schools Partnership.
* Ms. Cora O’Farrell, Dept. of Religious Studies & Religious Education,
St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra.
* Ms. Maria Spring, Chairperson of the Catholic Primary School
Managers Association (CPSMA).
Chairperson: Msgr Jim Cassin, Executive Secretary to the Education Commission of the Irish Catholic Episcopal Conference.

Bishop Freeman is initiating a series of Listening Sessions throughout the Diocese. These meetings will enable him to listen to what people are feeling about the Church in the aftermath of the Ryan and Murphy Reports. He writes "I am now asking the three Deanery Pastoral Councils to organise listening sessions that will give an opportunity to all the people of the Diocese to express their feelings and have them heard. This will be the beginning of a process of reflective speaking, listening and discernment that will, I hope, be very fruitful as we move forward"
All are welcome to attend these meetings. A facilitator will be present and a full report of each meeting will be recorded. Parishioners are invited to attend the venue for their parish, but are welcome to attend another gathering if the date, or venue is more convenient.
There will be ten meetings throughout the diocese and Bishop Freeman will attend all of these meetings. The dates and venues for the first six 'Listening Sessions' are as follows:
Ossory gathers to speak, to listen, to be heard
Bishop Freeman invites people to have their voices heard
Date Venue Parishes
May 4, 8.00pm Gowran Parish Hall Gowran, Clara, Tullaherin.
May 6, 8.00pm Thomastown Inistoige, Mullinavat, Windgap, Concert Hall Dunamaggan, Aghaviller,
Marshes Street Ballyhale, Thomastown.
May 10, 8.00pm Castletown ICA Hall Borris-in-Ossory, Seir Kieran, Rathdowney, Camross, Castletown
May 11, 7.30pm Ferrybank Parish Hall Templeorum, Mooncoin,
Kilmacow, Slieverue, Glenmore, Rosbercon, Ferrybank.
May 13, 8.00pm Newpark Hotel St. Canice’s, St. John’s
May 14, 8.00pm The Presentation Hall Freshford, Galmoy, Urlingford, Durrow Johnstown, Durrow, Aghaboe.

Super Summer Activities Camp 2010
Bookings being taken for Super Summer Activities Camp at Mooncoin GAA Grounds week beginning 9th to 13th August. For further information please contact Declan Wall on 898742, or 086-1246650,

Teen Summer Camp (4 Days)
Registration night on May 6 at 7.00pm in the GAA Complex. Age Group: 12 to 17 years old. Cost yet to be decided on.

Thank you
Thank you very much to all who contributed to the recent gate collection for the Girls’ School.

In aid of 17 month old Layla Cullen, a patient in Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin, for the past 6 weeks. Saturday, May 8 at the Cotton Mill Bar at 2.00pm.

Kilnaspic: Thursday at 7.30pm
Carrigeen: Friday at 8.00pm

Coláiste Cois Siúire
2010/2011 Now enrolling:
FETAC (Level 5) Computer Applications & Office Administration
Modules Include:
Word Processing, Text Production, Reception, Information & Administration, Communications, Business Calculations, Computer Applications – Spreadsheet, Database, PowerPoint, Internet, e-mail
and Work Experience.
FETAC (Level 5) Community Healthcare Support
Modules Include:
Care Skills, Care Support, Safety and Health at Work, Caring for children 0-6 years, Care of the Older Person, Nutrition, Communications, Word Processing and Work Experience.
For Further Information Please Contact the School: 051 895112

Conference meeting on Tuesday May 4 at 8.00pm.

Brainwave - The Irish Epilepsy Association
Our annual church gate collection will be held on May 8/9
All donations would be greatly received.

Monthly Mass of St Joseph’s Young Priest Society
Will take place on Thursday, May 6 at 9.30 in Mooncoin Church. A Holy Hour for intersession for vocations will follow in the Nagle Chapel, all are welcome. As this is the Year of the Priest why not make a special effort to attend Mass and come to the exposition for even 15 minutes.

Ballygriffin, Co. Cork, is the birthplace of Nano Nagle, foundress of the Presentation Sisters in 1775. We are organising a bus to Ballygriffin on Sunday, June 5. If you are interested, please contact Sr. Maura at 895114 during the week.

READERS: May 9/16 (11am) Marjorie Godinho, Liz Knox.
CLEANERS: May 8/15 - Ena Laffan, Jo Laffan, Joan Doran, Catherine Doran, Joan Foskin.

MINISTERS: May 8 (8pm) Mary Murphy, Anna Walsh (B). May 9 (10am) Mary Hassett, Eileen Williams.
ALTAR SOCIETY: May 8 Teresa Comerford, Joan Dunphy.

MINISTER: May 9 - May Coady.
READER: May 9 - Sarah Norris.
CLEANERS: May 8 - H. Brennan, C. Dunphy.
ALTAR SERVERS: May 9 - Aidin & Ciaran Quilty.

Edward Comerford, Clogga. May Tyler, Grange.
Richard Walsh, Clogga. Peggy Laffan, St Anne’s Terrace.
Theresa Egan, Cloncunny. Stasia Walsh, Aglish.
Fidel Rousso, England. Paddy & Mary Holden, Carrick Road.
James Kiely, Williamstown, Waterford.


Life is a Journey

Life is a journey for us ordained
By our creator from heaven above
On a destined road and by him sustained
With fatherly care and abounding love

At times the journey has unwonted trends
Over terrains that are seemingly steep;
How pleasing it is when we’ve rounded the bends
And emerged from depths formidably deep.

Some carry great burdens along the way
Sickness, misfortune and crosses to bear;
Some are oppressed, some wander and stray
But obstacles all succumb to a prayer.

Be the journey short or road may be long
The Lord will call us, discounting our years
And welcome us back to where we belong
To a home without sorrow and tears.

Our forebears of old reached happy demise
And journeyed thank god with temporal ease;
Their beautiful souls found true paradise
With life Eternal and heavenly peace.

This is a journey we all have to make
While bearing in mind the end that shall be
Without any choice but one road to take
To travel upon to Eternity.

Annual collection for flowers will take place at masses on week-ending 1st & 2nd May all donations appreciated.

Carrigeen Church
Choir practice on Monday night at 8pm in preparation for the First Holy Communion. We would like to see a few new members, all are welcome.

Enrolment for Boys’ and Girls’ Schools
Parents wishing to enrol their child in Junior Infants for September 2010, who have not already completed an enrolment form, are asked to do so as soon as possible. Enrolment forms are available from both schools.
Enrolment forms to be returned by Friday April 23.
Phone: Boys’ School: 895411
Girls’ School: 895503

Mooncoin Primary School Hurling Results
Country Cup Mooncoin 6.4 R/Inistioge 3.4
League Mooncoin 0.3 Ballyhale 1.11
League Mooncoin 3.8 Gowran 2.2
League Mooncoin 3.9 Castlecomer 2.1

School Sports
St Senans Athletic Club will hold their Annual School Sports on Wednesday evening 5th May @ 6.30pm in the Kilmacow Sports Complex.
Events for Juniors, Seniors, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th,& 6th classes and an inter school relay. Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each event. Also a Perpetual Shield will be presented to the best overall school. Entry fee €1. All are welcome.

Pilgrimage to Rome
Last Places available for the pilgrimage to Rome All those interested should contact the Parish office.

Open Gym Session
Tuesday, April 27, from 8pm to 10pm (Men).
A qualified Fitness Instructor will be on hand to provide information on the use of our gym equipment and answer any queries. Light refreshments will be served.

Craic in the Complex
Friday, April 30, The Social committee of the Mooncoin GAA Club are holding an entertainment night of Music Song and Dance in the GAA Complex on Friday 30th April at 9pm. An invitation is extended to all interested Musicians, Singers and Dancers etc. Why not come and join us for ‘Craic in the Complex’ for a great night’s entertainment. No cover charge Refreshments served on the night.

Mooncoin Drugs Peer Education Programme
Peer education for confirmation candidates resumes this coming Monday night the 26th April at 7pm. We look forward to seeing you there.

Carrigeen Eucharistic Ministers -Sat. 1st May - Declan Walsh Teresa O’Neill
Carrigeen Altar Society: May 1st : Judy Doherty & Margo Delahunty
Kilnaspic Eucharistic Minister:- Sunday, 2nd May: Ollie Dunphy
Kilnaspic Reader - 2nd May: Mary Gilmartin

Ger Dowling, Carrigeen.

Jerry O’Neill, Elm House; Philip O’Keeffe, Waterford, Mrs Power, Tramore; Alice Dunphy, Polerone; BrIdget (Cissie) Jones, Carrick Rd.

Michael Kenny, Cussana; James Tobin, Ballymountain; Catherine Kinsella, Cloncunny; Sean Delahunty, Lisnatigue; Billy Grant, Grange; James & Ellen Brogan, Clonmore; Paddy Walsh, Carrick Rd; Bridget Thompson, Clonmel; Mai Finn, Grange Rd; Eileen O’Keefe, Carrick Rd.; Mary Holden, Main Street.