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COVID-19 Support Line for Older People

ALONE manage a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to COVID-19. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.

CROTTA LOTTO RESULTS

Due to current Covid-19 guidelines, The Crotta sportsfield, Dromakee, Kilflynn was the venue for the Crotta hurling club weekly lotto draw on Tuesday 2nd February. The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer: Graham Harris, Clounsillagh, Lixnaw were 2,8,16 and 29.
There was no winner of the 2,000 Jackpot.
Congratulations to the following who won €35 in the lucky dip draw:
Declan Carroll,Banemore, Kilmoyley , Nicola Egan, Lixnaw and Dermot Ryan, Knocknacaska, , Kilflynn.
Due to level 5 Government restrictions the Next draw will take place at The Crotta sportsfield, Dromakee, Kilflynn, on Tuesday 9th February in compliance with Covid-19 restrictions.
Note the cut off for entry to the €2,100 Jackpot draw (online or locally purchased) is 9:30pm on Monday 8th February.
Tickets available 3 for €5 online visit www.crottagaa.club or this link https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=427#Anchor or Herberts Village Store, Zam Zam Kabab, Foley Shop Lixnaw, Abbeydorney Post Office, Paddy Weir, Paud Tuomey or Mike Parker. Many thanks to all who contribute to our weekly Club Lotto.
The Club cannot emphasise enough the importance of our members promoting the Club Lotto among family, friends and work colleagues. The Covid-19 restrictions have seriously hampered our fundraising and income. The Lotto is now the critical and only source of funds for the Club. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

RECOVERY HAVEN CANCER SUPPORT OPERATES THROUGH LEVEL 5:

As we are in another extended period of lockdown and restrictions, people are understandably incredibly anxious, worried, and finding it more difficult to cope. This is particularly true for the more vulnerable in society – among them, cancer patients, their families, and carers.
At Recovery Haven Kerry, we want to reassure you that we are still here for you. While taking every precaution advised, we are here to offer emotional support and practical help to those affected by cancer, their families, or carers.  While much of our group and therapy work is currently on hold due to Covid 19, we are still offering phone support, counselling, and a range of online classes (Stretch and balance, pilates, stress management, look good feel better programme, men’s support group and Cancer Thrive and Survive 6 -week self-management programme) throughout Level 5.
So, if you or someone you know needs support, email: reception@recoveryhavenkerry.com or phone 066 7192122

ABBEYDORNEY PARISH
ST. BERNARD’S, ABBEYDORNEY/ST. MARY’S, KILFLYNN

Abbeydorney 
Masses and Intention for the week:
Monday 1st  February at 10.00 a.m. St. Brigid’s Day
Tuesday 2nd February at 7.30 p.m. The Presentation of the Lord
Friday 5th February at 10.00 a.m. First Friday
Saturday 6th February  at 6.00 p.m.
Sunday 7th February at 10 a.m. Daniel Falvey, Tullacrimeen & London (recently deceased)
No Masses in Kilflynn.  Churches open for private prayer.
Public Masses from St. Bernard’s Church, Abbeydorney are  streamed live on   www.dioceseofkerry.ie, on Saturday at 6 p.m. and on Sunday at 10 a.m.
Parish Office can be contacted by phone 066 4018996
Tuesday, Thursday &Friday  10.00a.m. to 1.00 p.m. or by email: abbeydorney@dioceseofkerry.ie
Go to Abbeydorney Parish and click on watch live Mass
Guidelines regarding Funerals from the bishops of the dioceses of the Cashel Province (Cashel, Cloyne, Cork, Kerry, Killaloe, Limerick & Waterford)
1. Public health guidelines are: attendance at funerals is to be restricted to 10.
2. As recommended in our statement last March, there should be no removal to the church the evening before.
3. People not attending the funeral liturgy should avoid congregating outside the church building or around the hearse.  For the sake of the great majority trying to keep to the public health guidelines, we ask people, difficult as it is, not to approach the bereaved in the church grounds or cemetery to sympathize.
4. As per the public health guidelines regarding social and family gatherings, there should be no wakes or large gatherings for prayers in the house of the deceased nor gatherings in cemeteries.
5. Support for the bereaved can be expressed through social media as an alternative to attending the funeral. Often it is possible to link to a local church for a funeral ceremony via a webcam/Facebook Live.
We invite people to pray for the deceased and family of the deceased, in their own homes at the time of the funeral Mass.
May our deceased loved one’s rest in peace and may the bereaved be comforted.
Trust in Christ’s love and care and his victory over death for us all. Our Lady health of the sick, pray for us.
First Communion and Confirmation
Parents and their children, as well as teachers, are wishing to know when these celebrations will take place this year.  That question cannot be answered at the present time because of the uncertainty linked with the Covid 19 crisis.  (Fr. Denis O’Mahony)
Multiple Intentions at weekend Masses
I like to remind parishioners, now and then, that when there is more than one Mass intention in the Mass (as on this Sunday) the priest who celebrates the Mass keeps one Mass offering (stipend) and the offering given for another intention (or more than one) is/are forwarded to the Diocesan Office to be put in the Diocesan Fund for Sick and Retired Priests. (D. O’M.)

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