Monthly Archives: October 2019

Clonmult/Dungourney News.

 Masses during the Week: No Mass on Monday. Masses on Tuesday to Thursday at 9.30 a.m. Friday is the Feast of All Saints, a Holy Day of Obligation. Masses on Thursday night and Friday the same as Sunday. Saturday is the Feast of the Holy Souls. Mass at 10.00 a.m. (Clonmult)

 Last Weekend’s Collections. Door; €289.18.

Mission Sunday.  €316.30. Thank You.

 “Norms for Indulgences at the Commemoration of All Souls”

1. From twelve o’clock noon on 1st November until midnight on 2nd November, all who have confessed, received Holy Communion and prayed for the pope’s intentions (one Our Father and one Hail Mary, or any other prayer of one’s choice) can gain one plenary indulgence by visiting a church or oratory, and there reciting one Our Father and the Apostle’s Creed.

This indulgence is applicable only to the souls of the departed. Confessions may be made any time within the week preceding or the week following 1st November.

Holy Communion may be received on any day from 1st November to 8th November.

2. The faithful who visit a cemetery and pray for the dead may gain a plenary indulgence applicable only to the Holy Souls on the usual conditions once per day between 1st to 8th November.

The conditions mentioned in 1. above apply also for this.

 First Saturday Devotions. The usual First Saturday Rosary and Prayers will take place next Saturday in Clonmult beginning at 9.45 a.m.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Because of Mass on Thursday night, there will not be adoration this week.

 Confessions. Confessions after Mass on Thursday night, Friday morning and Saturday morning.

Remembrance Masses. Remembrance Masses for the faithful of the Parish will be held on Friday, 8th November in Mogeely at 7.30 p.m. and in Dungourney on Friday, 15th November at 7.30 p.m.

At the beginning of Mass you are invited to light a candle, to remember a family member or loved one who has died, and place on the altar rails during Mass.

All are welcome to attend.

Rosary in the Cemeteries. Rosary and prayers will be recited in the cemeteries as follows:

 Sunday, 3rd November – Clonmult Cemetery (Beside Church) after 11.00 a.m. Mass.

Sunday, 3rd November – Dungourney Cemetery at 2.30 p.m.

Sunday, 3rd November – All Saints Cemetery Mogeely at 12 noon.

Sunday 10th November – Mogeely Old Cemetery at 12 noon (top gate).

Sunday, 17th November – Mogeely Old Cemetery at 12 noon (bottom gate).

Sunday, 24th November – Church grounds Mogeely at 12 noon.

 Dungourney Church. Collectors for December – Liam Rohan and David Hennessy.

 The Faithful Departed. Anniversaries, Ester Gleeson and Sonny Wrynn. May they rest in peace

County Minor Football Semi-Final

Kiltha Og 3-8 Killavullen 1-9.

Div. 1 U/12 Hurling Final.

Kiltha Og 5-11.  St. Colman’s 4-3.

County Minor Football Final.

Friday 1st Nov, Pairc Ui Chaoimh@

Kiltha Og v Naomh Abhan.

Minor Football Final. Good luck to all involved with this group of players as they go in search of their second County title, following their recent win with the small ball. Come out and support the boys, they are our future.

County Senior Hurling Final. Congratulations to Imokilly and our own Shane Hegarty and Bill Ahern, on last Sunday’s success.

Progressive 45 Results.

1st. John Lane & Mary Meade.

2nd. Kay & Willie Sheehan.

       Sadie Hegarty & Padraig Garvey

       Mary Blackmore & Frank Keating.

Best Last 5. Willie Savage & Margaret Sheehan.

Last Game. Anne Foley & John Hennessy.

Munster Cross Country Juvenile Athletics. Congratulations to Conor Ronayne St. Catherine’s A.C.(Dungourney) who  followed his first placing in the Cork Championships with a Munster First at Limerick Racecourse on Sunday Oct.20th.

Southern Star. 27. 10. 1906.

G. A. A.




A huge attendance witnessed the meeting of the Barrs and Dungourney at Midleton on Sunday for championship honours. The weather held up remarkably well notwithstanding the doubtful indications of early morning. There was no delay to which exception could be taken in the starting of the contest, which is a noteworthy fact having regard to the numerous well-grounded complaints heard for some time past. Tremendous interest was centred in the tussle, and both teams brought big contingents of followers. The Dungourney team was a uniformly strong combination, and in point of physique overshadowed the Barrs; but what the latter lacked in this respect they more than made up for it in fleetness of foot and readiness of attack. Their scoring line was more reliable, and the number of frees awarded against Dungourney cost them dearly. It was a tremendous hard match, and while there were some exceedingly brilliant individual performances on the Dungourney side, there were also, it must be said, some bad mistroking at crucial moments of the contest. The Barrs did very well, indeed, and got through with much credit. The final score was; Barrs, 2 goals 8points; Dungourney, 1 goal 7 points.

   The second match, in which the second grades of Redmonds were pitted against Dungourney, started too late in the evening to permit of its being finished. The score when the match was postponed was; Redmonds, 6 goals 4 points Dungourney, 2 goals 3 points. The refereeing of Mr. E. Carey, Midleton, was most satisfactory.

Clonmult/Dungourney News.

Mass on Monday at 2.00 pm. Requiem Mass for Corney Ahern followed by burial in Mogeely Old Cemetery.                                                                                                          

 Masses Tuesday to Friday at 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Last Weekend’s Collections. Door. €383.76. Thank you.

Mission Sunday. To-day is Mission Sunday – the annual collection for the missions will be taken up at all Masses this week-end.

The Faithful Departed. Deaths, Corney Ahern. Anniversaries, Patrick Crowley, Gurteen. May they rest in peace.

Autumn Stations.

 Monday, 21st October. Gurteen and Garryduff, Clonmult Church.

Thursday 24th October. Ballynona Nth., Monalyre, Rathorgan, Maeve McGovern.

Friday 25th October. Ballymartin, Stuake, Rathfootera, Youngrove, Denis & Karen Buckner.

All stations at 8.00 pm.

Harvest Thanks Giving. Thanks to all involved in last week-ends Harvest Thanks Giving display at St. Laurence’s Church Clonmult. This is an amazing display of harvest produce and truly a credit to all involved. The Church will be open each day for visitors, so feel free to call and admire for oneself.

Progressive 45 Results.

1st. Sadie Hegarty & Padraig Garvey.

2nd. John Kelleher & Mary O’Reilly.

3rd. Anna Foley & John Hennessy.

Best Last 5. Tom Fitzgerald & Lily Hegarty.

Last Game. Dettie Hogan & Chris O’Sullivan.

GAA Lotto. No’s Drawn. 3. 4. 18.

No Winner. Lucky Dip.

€35. Pat Lane.

€25. Claire Lynch.

€15. Neilie Casey.

Next Week’s Jackpot. €600.00.

Good Luck to Imokilly in to-days County Senior Hurling Final and especially to our own Shane Hegarty and Bill Ahern. Shane has been rock steady all season for the “Candy Stripes” at no’5, not alone in defending, but also getting his name on the scoreboard.

 Congratulations to Fr. O’Neill’s on being crowned County Premier Intermediate Hurling Champions last week-end. Good Luck at “Senior”, ye can do it. 

Clonmult/Dungourney News.

Masses during the week. Monday to Friday 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.oo pm.

Last Weekend’s Collection. Door €789.39. Diocesan €485.51. Thank you.

The Faithful Departed. Deaths, Edmund Augustus Duggan, California and Aughnalyra Dungourney. Anniversaries, Patrick Cronin, Maureen Ahern and Gertie O’Brien. May they rest in peace.

🌾 Harvest Thanksgiving Mass. 🌾 The Harvest Thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated on this Sunday, 13th October at 11.00 a.m. in Clonmult church. Refreshments in Clonmult Old School afterwards. All welcome. The Church will be open on Sunday and during the week, do call and admire the beautiful displays which will be arranged by the hardworking group of local volunteers.

Autumn Stations.  Wednesday, 16th October, Donickmore, Condonstown, Ballyard

– John & Kathleen Barry @ 8.00 p.m.

Progressive 45 Results.

1st. Cal & Mary Meade.

2nd. Billy & Marie Mangan.

       John Hennessy & Ann Foley.

Best Last 5. Kit & Mary.

Last Game. Sheila & Geraldine.

GAA Lotto. No’s Drawn. 8. 14. 22.

No Winner. Lucky Dip.

€35. Dave Leahy. Mogeely.

€25. Anne Fitzpatrick.

€15. Geraldine Rigney.

Next Week’s Jackpot. €450.00.

Premier 2 County Hurling Final.

Kiltha Og 3-13 Blackrock 0-17.

Congratulations to Kiltha Og players and management on last Monday night’s success at Pairc Ui Rinn. What a way to end the season for this group of talented players and their management. Days like this don’t just happen, the work must be done year on year, the future looks bright for both adult clubs.

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Clonmult/Dungourney News.

Masses during the Week. Masses during the week. Monday to Friday 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Last week’s Collection. Door €294.17. Thank you.

Liturgy Group. A meeting of the Dungourney/Clonmult Liturgy Group will take place next Wednesday, 9th October @ 9.00 pm in the priest’s house.

Harvest Thanksgiving Mass. Harvest Thanksgiving Mass will be celebrated on next Sunday, 13th October at 11.00 am mass in Clonmult Church. Refreshments in Clonmult Old School afterwards. All are welcome.

The Faithful Departed. Deaths. Mick Keniry Walshtownmore. Requiem Mass to-day @ 11 am in St. Laurence’s Church Clonmult followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery. Anniversaries, Nora Twomey and John Cremin. May they rest in peace.

Thank you. Many thanks to all who attended the Parish Community Mass in Castlemartyr last Friday night. Special word of thanks to Castlemartyr Community Alert who provided the refreshments on the night.  

Monday, 7th October. Dungourney, Avaune, Sheepwalk, Castlequarter, Ballyknock, Couragh (Combined Station) – Dungourney National School.

Tuesday, 8th October. Clonmult, Clonmult Old School.

Friday, 11th October. Rathcanning, Bawnadown, Ballygibbon etc. Pat & Mary Fitzgerald.

All Stations at 8.00 p.m.

GAA Lotto. No’s Drawn. 15. 17. 23.

One Winner. Seamus Fives.

Next Week’s Jackpot €300.00.

Premier 2 Minor Hurling County Final.

This Monday 8th October, 6.30 pm.

Venue Pairc Ui Rinn.

Kiltha Og v Blackrock.

Please make every effort to come out and support the Boys, a huge match for our club.

Progressive 45 Results.

1st. Aidan Swayne & Jim O’Brien.

2nd. Bea O’Callaghan & Bridie O’Sullivan.

3rd. Anne Foley & John Hennessy.

Best Last 5. Alec & Anne O’Driscoll.

Last Game. Sadie Hegarty & Padraig Garvey.

East Cork Division Cross-Country Championships 2019.

Boys U/10. 1000m. 1st. Connor Roynane. St. Catherine’s (Dungourney).

Boys U/12.  1500m. 1st. Darragh Ronayne. St. Catherine’s (Dungourney).

Book Launch. “The Battle of Clonmult” by Tom O’Neill Revised Edition. The launch of this book will take place Sunday 13th October, at 7.30 pm in Midleton GAA Pavilion, Clonmult Memorial Park. All are welcome.  

Clonmult Community Event Calendar