A Very Happy Birthday to Fr. Paddy O’Byrne

On this Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, 7th Oct. 2022 Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. revealed at the beginning of the 7.30pm First Friday Mass that today is Fr. Paddy O’Byrne’s 87th Birthday.   Fr. Paddy concelebrated Mass with Canon John which was in memory of the late Eily May, Brendan and Connie Hickey.   After Mass we photographed Fr. Paddy with members of the Hickey Family.  We also learned from Diarmuid Murphy that the late James Anthony Murphy would have been 34 on this Friday also.   Tap on the images below to enlarge.  (S.R.)

Canon John & Fr. Paddy concelebrating First Friday Mass at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet.

Fr. Paddy (with mask) with members of the Hickey Family.

Update on Millstreet Community Calendar 2023

Update on Millstreet Community Calendar 2023

Millstreet Community Council Ltd would like to thank everyone who emailed suggestions regarding a theme for the community calendar for 2023. We are delighted to announce that the theme chosen is ‘All kinds of everything’.
If you have a suitable photograph that reflects this theme, we would be delighted if you could share it with us. Please email your photograph with your name & the title/caption of your photograph to millstreetcommunitycouncil20@gmail.com before Friday October 21st 2022. All photographs will be considered. (The photographs must be of a high resolution, photographs from most mobile phones are acceptable).

The calendars will be printed & made available to purchase locally from November. The organisation nominated to benefit from the proceeds this year is the Millstreet Website.

Detta Corcoran-First Anniversary and Acknowledgement.

On this our mother’s 1st Anniversary 7th of October,
we her family would like to thank everyone who offered condolences, sent Mass cards, attended the church, watched the funeral Mass online and lined the roadside on our way to the graveyard.
Many thanks to her wonderful neighbours and friends who supported her during her years living alone, especially neighbours Joan O Riordan, Paddy and Helen Sheahan and her good friend and travelling companion Eileen Donovan!
Thanks to the staff of St. Camillus Nursing Centre who took great care of mum in her final months.
Thanks also to Brendan Ennis and Davy Tarrant who ensured mum’s final journey went well.
Special thanks to Fr. Jack Fitzgerald for the lovely mass, to Jerry Doody for his beautiful singing and Sharon and Julie for organising the church and Mass missal’s and all who contributed to making the Mass so special.
As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this as a token of our sincere gratitude.