Attymass Parish


Inspired by the Life & Work of the Venerable Patrick Peyton CSC, we, the people of Attymass Parish, strive to build a Community that is rooted in Gospel Values & that is deeply committed to the Mission of Jesus.

Dear Friends,
These are just a few short words to you all to inform you that I have to go on Sick leave from next Tuesday, 15th June until Friday, 2nd July, which involves a operation and recovery period. What does it mean for you the parishioners? The weekend Masses are being covered by Fr. Martin Henry and Fr. Eugene Duffy. Fr. Steve will say the Month’s Mind Mass for Tom Gallagher and Fr. Tom Mulligan will be covering the Wednesday Masses on 16th and 23rd June. Fr. Padraig Costello, Foxford and Fr. John Geelan, Bonniconlon, will cover any emergencies while I am away.
I am very grateful to my brother priests, Sr. Helena, the Parish Pastoral Council, Parish Steward and our Church Cleaners for their understanding and help at this time.
Mass will be streamed on Saturday evening only while I am away on Sick leave and also the Month Mind Mass on Saturday 26th June at the families request.
The Parish Office will be closed from the 18th June until 2nd July, and the next parish Newsletter will be Sunday 4th July. Once again, thank you for your support and I will keep you in my prayers and please say a prayer for me. God bless Fr. John
Emergency Numbers
In a case of emergency while I am away on sick leave please contact Fr. Padriag Costello, Foxford 094-9256131 or Fr. John Geelan, Bonniconlon 096-45016 or 087-6777293

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