We would like to thank the very generous families of Kilcorney N.S. for their wonderful donations in aid of Cork Penny Dinners and the local SVP branch.
“Outdoor education in November!”
Due to Covid 19 situation we wont be calling to Homes for renewal of Membership for 2021 so instead you can put the 10 Euro fee into an Envelope with your Name and Mobile Phone Number on it and place in the Post Box next to Noreen Kelleher’s House at Aubane Cross.
Any Queries Contact
Bernard Crowley (087)7924406,or any Member of the Committee.
The Kilcorney National School First Communion Class of 2020 looking happy and relaxed on their big day on Saturday last.
(picture Geraldine Dennehy)
The death has occurred on Sunday 31st May 2020 of John Joe Leader, Glenleigh, Kilcorney. Peacefully, at his home, in his 97th year. Beloved husband of the late Nora (nee Kelleher), brother of the late Sr. Pauline and Bridie (Kelleher). Dear father of Tim, Catherine, Maura and Norma. Deeply regretted by his son, daughters, daughter-in-law Mary, son-in-law John, grandchildren David, Eoin, Aoife and John, brother Teddy, sister Mary (O’ Mahony) sister-in-law Margaret, nephews, nieces, relatives, kind neighbours and friends. May he rest in peace. [rip]
Due to current government guidelines, a private family funeral will take place. Messages of sympathy may be left on the RIP Condolence Page.
During the restorations at the St Nicholas’ church in Kilcorney, there was an appeal to the parish to donate stained glass windows to the church. At that time there were only bare PVC windows in the building. The response was great and in January we fitted the 7th set of panels. Integrated in the first 4 windows are over 100-years old stained glass panels, depicting 8 Saints.
We would like to thank the Kilcorney parish and the donors for the opportunity to create these windows. The parish is still looking to fill 2 large windows and 1 small one in the church. If you are interested in donating, please contact us or Fr. Winter in Banteer.
Thank you and stay safe – Ildánach Stained Glass Studio
John Joseph O’Sullivan, born on September 16th 1924 to John and Mary of Kilcorney, Co. Cork Ireland. He passed on April 15th 2020. Beloved husband of Bernadine. Devoted father of Nadine (Michael) Cavanaugh, Mary (Tony) Porto, Teresa (David) Fatina, Noreen (John) Flanagan and John. Dear grandfather of John, Anne, Michael, Kathryn, Caroline, Ryan and Kendall. Loving brother of Mary (late James) O’Donnell. Loving uncle of John Pat (Julie) and their children Christopher (Kathleen) and Natalie, as well as other nieces and nephews. Preceded by Patrick, Benjamin, Tim (Mary Bernadette), Peter (Mary), Nell (Dennis) Sweeney, and Joan (John) Barton. [read more …] “John Joseph O’Sullivan, Chicago & Kilcorney”
The death has occurred of Geraldine Horgan (née Hyde), Ard Mhuire, Rathmore, Co. Kerry. On April 13th 2020, peacefully in the loving care of the nurses and staff at Heather Ward St. Columbanus Home, Killarney. Geraldine beloved wife of the late John and dear mother of Martin and Gerard Anthony. Deeply regretted by her loving family, sister Marion, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, relatives, kind neighbours and friends. May She Rest in Peace. [rip]
In accordance with government and H.S.E. directions and in the interest of public health regarding public gatherings, private Requiem Mass will take place at 11:30 a.m on Wednesday 15th April, to view live streaming of Mass, from St. Joseph’s Church, Rathmore, CLICK HERE. Burial afterwards in Kilcorney Cemetery. A Memorial Mass for Geraldine will take place at a later date.
If you wish to offer your condolences online please click on the condolence link for RIP.ie. No flowers please, donations in lieu to Heather Ward, St. Cloumbanus Home, Killarney.
Pub Table Quiz in Moll Carthys Bridge This Friday Night March 6th
Starting @ 8:30pm in aid of ICRR Air Ambulance
Teams are invited to attend. Team of 4 €40. Great night assured.
Almost two years ago St Nicholas Church, Kilcorney was severely damaged by Storm Ophelia and following extensive repair and modernisation Bishop William Crean (Bishop of Cloyne) performed the blessing and re-dedication of the Church recently.
Pat Sheehan on behalf of the community welcomed the Bishop and Priests and gave a short history of Kilcorney Church which was first blessed and dedicated by Bishop Timothy Murphy on Christmas Day 1856.
Mass was concelebrated by a number of former priests of the parish and priests from the surrounding parishes.
In his homily Bishop Crean said it was an honour and a privilege to be re-dedicating the church as he had been in Kilcorney the day after the storm and he has seen first hand the destruction that it had caused. He spoke about the value of the church to the local community and how in the time of trouble the community came together to rescue the church. He also commented on the number of young families attending the church and looking at the number of altar servers present he felt that the church is in good hands. Music was lead by our local church choir who were joined by Kilcorney National School pupils. Fr William Winter PP of Banteer spoke of his joy on getting to this night and thanked everyone who were involved in the revamp of the church. He also expressed his gratitude to the local Community Council for the use of the Community Centre during the last two years for the liturgical ceremonies. At the end of the ceremony Maeve Buckley (Senior Altar Server) made a presentation to Bishop Crean on behalf of all the altar services.
As we draw near to the end of our first term in school we would like to thank the parents and pupils of Kilcorney N.S. for their wonderful generosity and kindness shown to various charities. The school sent off over 40 shoeboxes in November. We also collected an enormous amount of hats, gloves, toiletries, etc. for the Simon Community and a total of €208 was collected following our Christmas Nativity (pictures below) for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. We wish you all a peaceful Christmas.
Mary-May Fenton from Butterfly farm Stables in Kilcorney had a great two days at the Owners Pony and Young Riders Show in Green Glens Millstreet. A fantastic opportunity for the youngsters to ride in the main arena with fabulous prizes given to all a very well run event.
Bishop William Crean will attend a special Mass to bless St. Nicholas’ Church, Kilcorney on Wednesday 18th September at 7.30pm. All are most welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the Social Centre.
Final Score: Tipperary 5-17 Cork 1-18 🙁
The best of luck to Conor O’Callaghan from Kilcorney, who will line out at corner back in the All Ireland Under 20 Hurling Final against Tipperary, this evening Saturday August 24th, at 6pm in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick.
There will be live coverage on C103fm (radio) and TG4 (TV) with updates on Cork’s 96FM, Red FM, Radio na Gaeltachta, Cork GAA website and Twitter page, but nothing beats being there!!
Childminder needed for a 9 month old, 3 days a week in Millstreet/Kilcorney or surrounding areas. Please contact on 0851376899. Thank you.
O’Brien (Pouladuff Road and late of Kilcorney, Co Cork): On August 22, 2019, peacefully, in the excellent care of all the staff at Mallow General Hospital, CHRISTINE (née O’Sullivan), dearly beloved wife of Daniel, much loved mother of Bryan, Janet (Boston, USA) and the late baby Daniel and dear sister of all her predeceased brothers and sisters.
Sadly missed by her loving husband and family, daughter-in-law Natasha, grandchildren Luke, Danielle and Ellmarie,brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives, the staff and residents in Brídhaven Nursing Home and all her friends.
Lying in repose at the Temple Hill Funeral Home, Boreenmanna Road of Jerh. O’Connor Ltd. Removal at 6.30pm on Friday evening to the Church of the Immaculate Conception, The Lough. Requiem Mass at 10am on Saturday. Funeral afterwards to St Finbarr’s Cemetery. Family flowers only, please. May she rest in peace. [rip]
Millstreet Vintage Club had an Outstanding Turnout for there Tractor Run in Aubane on Sunday last,a big thanks goes out to all the People who came along and supported the Event,Bernard Crowley of Millstreet Vintage Club who headed up the Event was delighted with the response with up to 40 Tractors taking the Road to Ballinagree Show,a great line up of Tractors were present and the Club would would like to thank each and Everyone of you for taking the time out in coming along to the Run,many thanks to all the Aubane Community Centre Team for making us so welcome with fabulous Hospitality and providing a Top Class Venue,to Millstreet Pipe Band for being present today ye were fantastic and a pleasure to Deal with,to the Media and Camera People thanks for all the coverage,to all the Team at Millstreet Vintage Club thanks for all the help and support,the Event would not have been the success that it was without all the help I got beforehand and on the day itself,it made my job very easy,to Mick Duggan and Willie Fitzgerald for driving me around the Route in the Lead Vehicle /Pace Car thanks Lads for doing a Top Class job in keeping the Event running so smoothly,and finally to all at Ballinagree Vintage for having us along,we were delighted to be part of what was a great Show,we got a great welcome and a super time was had and all blessed with great Weather too.
Millstreet Vintage Club.
Mushera Platform Dance Tommorrow Sunday August 4th from 3.00pm to 5.30pm Music by The Singing Jarvey,Everyone Welcome.
Due to the inclement weather forecast for Tomorrow,The Mushera Platform Committee have decided to have the dance undercover in the Marquee in Ballinagree village PX 12 PF 66. Music by the Singing Jarvey. 3 to 5.30 pm Enquiries to 086 0647381.
Commiserations to Conor O’Callaghan who played a good at #2 for the Cork Under 20 Hurlers in the Munster Final this evening. Beaten by a Tipperary goal with 30 seconds left in a cracking game. Thankfully not out though … onto the All Ireland semis, where Cork will play Lenister champions Kilkenny.
Full Time: Tipperary 3-15 Cork 2-17