Broadcast Schedule of Masses from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet
Sunday 29th March: 12.30p.m.
Tuesday 31st March: 11.00a.m.
Wednesday 1st April: 11.00a.m.
Thursday 2nd April: 11.00a.m.
Friday 3rd April: 11.00a.m.
To access the broadcasts just tap on Cork Music Station
Our Cork Music Station broadcasts are transmitted one hour after the Celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P.. To make contact with our Radio Station feel welcome to email corkmusicstation @gmail.com. (S.R.)
Due to the restrictions put in place since last night and following correspondence received from Bishop Ray Browne and the diocesan office, all churches will remain closed until 12th April.
Masses will continue to be celebrated by Fr. Fitzgerald behind closed doors and will be transmitted on the Church TV and one hour later on www.corkmusicstation.com
Our parish office will be closed until the same date but if you require assistance please feel free to ring (029)70043
Stay safe and we will all keep praying.
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK:
Sunday 29th March: 11.30a.m.
Tuesday 31st March: 10.00a.m.
Wednesday 1st April: 10.00a.m.
Thursday 2nd April: 10.00a.m.
Friday 3rd April: 10.00a.m.
Similarly in Dromtariffe, Fr. Tom is ‘cocooned’ which means he will not be taking part in Church Liturgies except for the weekly Sunday Mass. This will be celebrated by Fr. Tom on his own in the presbytery, and offered for the intentions of parishioners. [St.Brendan’s]
The Millstreet Meals on Wheels service is available for anyone who needs it. All food is prepared in Millstreet Day Centre & we operate the service 5 days a week. You can order a hot dinner for as many days as you like, delivered to your door from Mon-Fri for just €6 a day.
A variety of meals are served throughout the week and the staff will endeavour to facilitate individual tastes when preparing meals. Please see our menu for next week below.
If you or anyone you know would like to avail of the Meals on Wheels Service over the coming weeks please contact the kitchen on (029) 30998 or the office on (029) 70926 (please leave a message if no answer) or email <<email>>
Thank you & stay safe.
Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. recited the Stations of the Cross at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet at 12 noon yesterday (Thurs., 26th March 2020). At 1pm we at Cork Music Station broadcast a recording of those Stations of the Cross. To tune in to our Radio Station for these broadcasts simply tap on Cork Music Station. Our next broadcast from St. Patrick’s Church is today (Friday, 27th March) when we transmit a recording at 1pm of the Recitation of the Rosary which will have taken place at noon on Friday. Our next Mass broadcast is on Sunday, 29th March at 12.30pm.. (S.R.)
Our next broadcast of the Celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. at St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet is at 11:00 am on Thursday, 26th March 2020 on Cork Music Station. Tap on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.)
Tonight on “Radio Treasures” from 9:30 to 11:00pm on Cork Music Station we feature lots of new songs and music…including Movie Themes, Songs of 1930s to mention but some. If you wish to make contact regarding requests or comments feel very welcome to text or WhatsApp (086 825 0074) or email corkmusicstation @gmail.com. We also chat about lots of topics illustrated below and we share interesting quotes and wise sayings. And we repeat our interview with Liam Flynn at 10pm. Happy listening! (S.R.) [read more …] ““Radio Treasures” on CMS this Tuesday 9:30 to 11:00 pm”
We at Millstreet Museum are so very grateful to have today (Monday, 23rd March 2020) been presented with what we shall now entitle “The West End O’Connor Family Archive Collection” which consists of a truly magnificent collection of historic newspapers with fascinating supplements especially from the 1932 Eucharistic Congress in Dublin as well as a wonderful selection of booklets and newscuttings of very real relevance to Millstreet. Below we share 14 images of just some of this hugely appreciated Historic Collection which Mrs. F. O’Connor and Family of West End, Millstreet have shared with Millstreet Museum to be enjoyed by future generations. Sincere thanks to Jerry O’Connor who delivered these treasures today to my home….within recommended social distancing measures. The superb items will later be on display at our Museum Centre. Tap on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Millstreet Museum Presented with the West End O’Connor Family Archive Collection”
Cork Music Station will be broadcasting Mass from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on the following days and times this week:
On Tuesday (24th March 2020), Wednesday and Thursday at 11.00am.
The “Radio Treasures Extra” programme will continue until 12 noon following the celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P.. (S.R.)
Topics shared in our latest Millstreet Pictorial Updates include a view of the various ways by which Coronavirus COVID-19 is being dealt with in our area. We note how Tubrid Holy Well has even more than usual candles lighting in the times we are experiencing. Millstreet marks the centenary of the death of Cork’s Lord Mayor, Tomás Mac Curtain. Tap on the 14 images below to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Millstreet Pictorial Updates – Monday, 23rd March 2020”
With some two pages of Millstreet-related photographs and a very interesting Guy’s Almanac description of Millstreet in 1914 – Issue 14 of “Discover Duhallow” is now available free of charge in local shops and outlets throughout Duhallow. All Issues may also be viewed online – justGoogle “Discover Duhallow”. We thank the IRD Duhallow Team who so wonderfully coordinate the fortnightly publication. We illustrate some pages from the current issue. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.)
Cork Music Station will be broadcasting Mass from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet on the following times this coming week:
Sunday, 22nd March 2020 at 12:30pm
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 11.00am.
Our broadcasts begin five minutes before the Celebration of Mass in our series “Radio Treasures Extra”. On Sunday after our Mass broadcast we then continue with an interview with Liam Flynn one of the Coordinators of the recently formed COVID-19 Local Support Group. The Sunday programme continues until 2pm with uplifting songs, music and chat. To tune into our Radio Station simply tap on Cork Music Station.
We have been requested (by Claire) to advertise for the Post of Staff Nurse for 30 Hours Per Week in St. Joseph’s Community Hospital, Millstreet.
Please Contact Millstreet Community Hospital on 029 70003/70050
Cork Music Station broadcasts Mass and the Stations of the Cross at 11:00 this Friday morning (20th March 2020). Next broadcast from St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet is on Sunday, 22nd March at 12:30 pm when we shall be transmitting a recording of the 11:30 am Sunday Mass. (S.R.)
Elizabeth sent us a little positivity this week with this view of Millstreet from Clara Mountain as many locals got out and enjoyed beautiful fresh air. A great way to lift the spirits in these days of social isolation which we are all asked to adhere to. It helps no end that the weather seems to have turned and though cool, little rain is forecast for the next week.
As well as the most popular up and down Clara, here in Millstreet we also have the Clara Loop, Mushera, Comeenatrush, The Duhallow Way (east to west), the Ireland Way (north to south), for the more adventurous, but lots of other areas to walk where it is gentle and safe, like the Town Park, Drishane Road, the Boeing, Tubrid, Donoure, St. John’s Well.
Millstreet 25 years to the very night since the World Boxing Event took place at Green Glens on 18th March 1995 we share a selection of images of Millstreet recorded on 18th March 2020. Tap on the pictures to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Millstreet Pictorial Update Wednesday 18th March 2020”
With the celebration of Mass from St. Patrick’s Church as central to our daily morning broadcast from Cork Music Station we’ve decided to transmit an hour long programme entitled “Radio Treasures Extra” from 11 am to 12 noon where we share a selection of songs and music following Mass. Feel very welcome to make contact on the Seán Radley Facebook Page, text or WhatsApp on 086 825 0074 if you wish to have a request played or you wish to share comments of interest. (S.R.)
AS PRECAUTIONS CONTINUE TO BE TAKEN
IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC
DAILY MASSES WILL BE CELEBRATED PRIVATELY BY CANON JOHN FITZGERALD P.P.
WEDNESDAY AT 10.00A.M.
THURSDAY AT 10.00A.M.
FRIDAY AT 10.00A.M.
THESE WILL BE TRANSMITTED LIVE ON OUR CHURCH TV
A RECORDING OF THE 10AM MASSES WILL BE BROADCAST AT 11.00A.M. ON RADIO on www.corkmusicstation.com
EXPOSITION IS CANCELLED
CHURCH WILL REMAIN OPEN EVERY DAY
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We invite you to tune into a very special “Radio Treasures” programme this evening at 9:30pm with some very real gems from the 1920s and 1930s. Log in on Cork Music Station. Happy Listening. (S.R.)
It’s exactly 40 years to the very day when on St. Patrick’s Day 1980 Pádraig Ó Maidín, Cork Co. Librarian officially opened Millstreet Museum at the Carnegie Hall in the presence of the “Millstreet Rovers Band” and a very large attendance. To celebrate this very special 40th Anniversary we take you on a Virtual Tour of the present Museum featuring some 13 images. Sincere thanks to the very many people who have been hugely supportive of our Museum work over the past 40 years. Míle buíochas. Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig oraibh go léir. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Millstreet Museum’s 40th Anniversary Today”
While one may be able to view the 11.30 am Mass on Church Television on St. Patrick’s Day 2020 – for those who cannot receive the signal we shall be broadcasting a near live recording available worldwide of the Mass on Cork Music Station at 1pm. Our transmission which is accessible on Laptop, iPad, Phone and Internet Radio begins at 12.55pm with a wonderful version of the hymn “Hail Glorious St. Patrick”. Following the celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. – we invite you to 30 minutes of a musical treat with some very rare 78rpm record gems which will include Dan Sullivan’s Shamrock Band, Pat White with “It’s the same old shillelagh”, Martin Beirne & His Irish Blackbirds – to mention but some of the real Irish songs and music from a bygone age. To tune into our broadcast simply tap on Cork Music Station. Sincere thanks to the many people who contacted us following Sunday’s broadcast. A very Happy St. Patrick’s Day to All. Keep safe. Tap on the images below to enlarge. (S.R.)
Following our Audio Broadcast on Cork Music Station this Sunday at 1pm of a recording of today’s Celebration of Mass by Canon John Fitzgerald, P.P. in St. Patrick’s Church at 11:30 am we received many uplifting messages from far and wide from people who truly appreciated receiving the transmission in their own homes during these challenging times of Coronavirus COVID-19. Here is just a brief selection of the very kind comments:
On our Facebook Page some 59 made contact from various locations such as Russell Murphy in Australia, Eileen Murphy in Louisville, Kentucky, USA and Carmel Smith of Dublin. Lots of Local People expressed their appreciation indicating how impressed they were with the clarity of the signal.
Our next live Audio Broadcast of Tuesday’s 11:30 am Mass is on St. Patrick’s Day – 17th March, 2020 at 1 pm (Irish time) . This special transmission will be followed by a brief Music Feature celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Tap on the image below to enlarge. (S.R.)
We thank Pat Breen for the following wonderfully meaningful
Prayer of Protection Against Coronavirus COVID-19
Lord Jesus Christ, You travelled through towns and villages curing every disease and illness. At your command, the sick were made well. Come to our aid now, in the midst of the global spread of the Coronavirus, that we may experience Your healing love.
Heal those who are sick with the virus. May they regain their strength and health through quality medical care.
Heal us from our fear which prevents nations working together and neighbours from helping one another.
Transmission of this morning’s celebration of Mass in St. Patrick’s Church, Millstreet is currently being broadcast – started at 1pm and
continues for 32 minutes. To hear the transmission just tap on Cork Music Station. We welcome your comments after the broadcast indicating perhaps what part of the world you have received the transmission. (S.R.)
For those who may not be able to access the Church Television live broadcast of the 11.30 am Mass on Sunday, 15th March 2020 in Millstreet we shall be transmitting an audio recording of that Mass at 1pm on Cork Music Station which one may access on Laptop, iPad or Phone by tapping on the following link: Cork Music Station . That recording is heard worldwide on our Internet Radio Channel. If this initial broadcast is successful we may (with permission) audio broadcast the Mass live in future transmissions. (S.R.)
Sharon Lane shared the following:
From now, until Friday 20th March 2020, the regular Mass Schedule is set aside. No Public Mass will be said.
Rathmore Parish Streamed Mass Schedule:
Saturday 14th 7.00p.m
Sunday 15th 11.00am
Monday 16th 7.00p.m
St Patrick’s Day 11.00a.m
Wednesday 18th 7.00p.m
Thursday 19th 10.00am
Friday 20th 7.00p.m
How do I access this Mass ?
Computer, iPad or Phone.
Google Search: MCN MEDIA Rathmore Parish
Click the following link: St Josephs Church, Rathmore Live Webcam … MCN Media
We also thank Phil, Kit and David for the above information. (S.R.)
One may also receive Mass transmission on EWTN, Radio Maria Ireland and on RTÉ 1 Television.
For those fortunate enough to be able to receive an acceptable reception of Millstreet Church Television one may tune into the live transmission of Mass when it’s being celebrated. For those who wish to know how to tune in: The signal is broadcast on UHF Channel 53 which is an analogue channel. Most modern televisions broadcast a digital signal but many still have an analogue facility which can be tuned in to UHF Channel 53 only when the signal is operating during a Service in the Church. The signal also depends on the aerial facing in the direction of the Church. This can then be saved. If one wished to acquire this service on their television the wisest approach is to contact a Professional Television Technician who can determine if your television can in fact received the signal. Location and distance from the Church is also a determining factor. The next feature will describe how you may receive Mass transmissions through the Internet. (S.R.)