St John‘s Well
on Friday 22nd June 2012, at 8.00 pm
All are Welcome
LTV’s Dan Joe Kelleher recorded Mass in Rathmore last night marking the 25th Anniversary of the Rathmore Pantomime presented annually by the Marian Players. That Mass is scheduled to be broadcast this Sunday evening at 5.30 on LTV. This will not be available online but can be received live on Channel 48 UHF and on Channel 12 VHF (from our Mushera signal). Dan Joe broadcasts Mass from various Muskerry and Duhallow locations on the Sunday Evening Specials. (S.R.)
MASS OF REMEMBRANCE
We invite the families of those who died during the past twelve months
and whom we have remembered
in our November Garden to the Vigil Mass on
SATURDAY 26th NOVEMBER at 6.30 p.m.
We continue our feature regarding the wonderful celebrations for Mrs. Reen’s 100th Birthday which took place at Green Glens on Monday, 6th June 2011. Here we focus mainly on [read more …] “Celebratory Mass for Mrs. Reen’s 100th Birthday – Part Two of the Wonderful Green Glens Occasion on Monday, 6th June 2011”
Weather permitting, Dan Joe Kelleher and I will record the 2.00 p.m. Mass scheduled to be celebrated at “The City” in Shrone on this Sunday, 1st May 2011. It will then be transmitted on LTV at 5.30 p.m. on Sunday…the very same evening thanks to Dan Joe’s dedication to Local Television. The transmission will then be followed by a repeat of this week’s LTV1 and LTV2 programmes bringing us to the very end of this season’s LTV broadcasts. We thank you for being such loyal Viewers and wish you all a very Happy Summer and look forward to a new LTV season in the Autumn. (S.R.)
On this Christmas Day night we share images of Midnight Mass celebrated in Millstreet last night. The Chief Celebrant was Fr. John Fitzgerald, P.P. who was joined by Fr. Paddy O’Byrne and Fr. James McSweeney. Millstreet Choir enhanced the Christmas liturgy with their beautiful singing. The special event was recorded by [read more …] “Christmas Midnight Mass in Millstreet”
Due to the present wintery weather conditions and because Cloghoula N.S. is closed, the Mass and Nativity Play scheduled to take place there today, has been cancelled. Over the years this wonderful occasion has been one of the major highlights of the year.
On Sept. 30th 1897 St. Therese of Lisieux died at the age of 24. She had become known worldwide as “The Little Flower”. Last year Mass was celebrated on that date in Drishane Church and likewise this year of 2010. The Celebrant tonight (30th Sept. 2010) was Fr. John Fitzgerald, P.P., Millstreet. Exquisite music and [read more …] “Drishane Mass on the eve of the Feast Day of St. Therese of Lisieux”
There will be a Mass in Drishane Chapel on Thursday September 30th at 8.30pm to Celebrate the Feast Day of St. Therese of Lisieux. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
Ten years ago today there was a mass on top of Clara to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the erection of the first cross on Clara. To remember that day, we have added a number of photos that were taken that day.
[read more …] “Clara Mass 2000”
On a very busy weekend we recorded quite a few events to share on our website. We had the visit to Millstreet on Saturday by participants from the Rally of the Lakes (with an excellent and much praised service centre at Green Glens). On Monday we had the very successful Cloghoula N.S. Sports Day. But we begin our sharing with an annual event at Shrone near Rathmore in the sacred setting known as “The City”. Seán Murphy, Brendan Murphy and I arranged to record and to transmit (almost live) the celebration of Mass which took place at 2.00 p.m. on Sunday and by 5.03 p.m. Seán Murphy had the completed recording ready for Dan Joe Kelleher in Carriganima for broadcast to thousands of appreciative viewers. Mass was celebrated by Fr. Larry Kelly who ministers in Rathmore. The historic oil truck we noted in Rathmore village on our way home. Later in the week we shall have pics. of the Rally and Cloghoula Sports.
See all the photos below (by Seán Radley for www.millstreet.ie and LTV2 Millstreet)
[read more …] “The City Mass”
The scene at St.Patrick’s Church, Millstreet for the 2010 Easter Vigil (03 April). The concelebrants were Fr. Declan O’Connor and Fr. Paddy O’Byrne. A special Easter Feature is in place near the Church entrance. The Choir provided superb harmony during the ceremony.
A very Happy Easter to All! (Lots more pics below by Seán R.)
Polish mass is celebrated at 6pm on the second Saturday of each month in St Patricks Church. Fr Marceli Gesla is the Polish priest for the Kerry Diocese and is based in the Franciscan Friary in Killarney.
More photos below:
[read more …] “First Mass in Drishane Chapel in 17 Years”
On Wednesday (30th Sept) the eve of the feast day of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus, Mass will be celebrated in the recently renovated Chapel of the Little Flower, Drishane Castle at 8.00p.m. All welcome and light refreshments will be served afterwards.
(pic Seán Radley)
(pic Seán Radley)
The annual mass at St Johns well was held on Friday the 23rd of June. There was a fine crowd in attendance on what was a lovely summers evening. There were five priests celebrating mass this year. Cannon Manning and Fr Joe Tarrant from Millstreet, Fr James McSweeney from Ballyvolane, Fr Joe Poole from Namibia, and Fr Manning from Carriganima. There were glorious hymns from the Millstreet Choir and the Millstreet Pipe Band Played for the ceramony as is traditional. Recently trimmed trees and a light breeze thankfully helped to minimize the problem of the midges. The well of course was looking splendid as usual. Many thanks to everyone that attended and to everyone that helped in any way on the evening. The Mass is normally on the night of the 24th of June but was rescheduled this year because it clashed with the regular Saturday night mass.