Category Archives: Asdee

Organisers ‘Blown Out of It’ by Support for Castleisland Drive in Bingo

Organisers ‘Blown Out of It’ by Support for Castleisland Drive in Bingo

Bingo addicts from all and every corner of this and neighbouring counties converged on Castleisland on Sunday afternoon to indulge in their passion for the first time since everything closed down in mid spring. A count of cars alone came to 312 and each of those cars had parties of two, three or four players… Read more…

Fr. Brick to Feature Fr. Moore’s ‘Coping Witness’ on Padre Pio Devotions Evening

Fr. Brick to Feature Fr. Moore’s ‘Coping Witness’ on Padre Pio Devotions Evening

The May, monthly installment of the Padre Pio Devotions at the Church of Saints Stephen and John in Castleisland will be celebrated by PP Fr. Mossie Brick tomorrow evening, Tuesday May 5th at 7:30pm. Behind Closed Doors As with the April devotions this one will also be held behind closed church doors. However, Fr. Brick… Read more…

Full Road Closure It Is on College Road While Resurfacing Lasts

Full Road Closure It Is on College Road While Resurfacing Lasts

In spite of a cast iron – if you’ll pardon the unpardonable – guarantee to Cllr. Charlie Farrelly at the weekend that a full road closure would not be put in place on College Road this week, the road is as fully closed as it can be this evening. The surface of the road has… Read more…

Deputy Danny Bitterly Disappointed at Post Office Closures

Deputy Danny Bitterly Disappointed at Post Office Closures

Danny Healy Rae TD has issued a statement in which he expresses bitter disappointment that 12 post offices in Kerry are being closed under the watch of this government. Heart Torn Out “The heart is being torn out of 12 communities in rural Kerry and Minister Denis Naughten and his government will never be forgiven… Read more…

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

A bugle call is being issued to all Kerry musicians, bands, collectives, music groups, music organisations, schools and interested communities. An information session, on a new capital fund that will support the purchase of musical instruments, will take place in Tralee Library in Moyderwell at 5pm on Thursday, February 1st and everyone is welcome. Two… Read more…

Drive-In-Bingo the Unsinkable Saviour of Summer Festival

Drive-In-Bingo the Unsinkable Saviour of Summer Festival

If the weather dogged the Castleisland Summer Festival again this year, Sunday’s Drive-in-Bingo remained unshakable or maybe unsinkable. There was a count of anything up to 250 cars in the yawning yard of Castleisland Co-Op Mart with at least three to four players in each vehicle. With a total prize-fund of €3,500 up for the… Read more…

Abbeyfeale and District News Round-Up

Abbeyfeale and District News Round-Up

The Late Fr. Pat Moore’s 60th Birthday Remembrance In remembrance of their much loved Parish Priest, Duagh Pastoral Council would like to invite everyone to a mass of celebration and commemoration at 7.30pm on Saturday June 10th in St. Brigid’s Church, Duagh. After Mass there will be light refreshments, music and song continuing Fr. Pat’s… Read more…

The late Fr. Pat Moore – Funeral Arrangements

The late Fr. Pat Moore – Funeral Arrangements

The death has occurred of Rev Fr Pat Moore, Littor Road, Asdee, Listowel, Co Kerry. Former parish priest of Duagh and many other parishes. May 1st 2017 in the tender loving care of the Bon Secours Hospital, Tralee. Beloved son of the late Mick and Peg. Deeply regretted by his loving brothers: Diarmuid and Michael,… Read more…

The Storm has Passed for Fr. Pat Moore, RIP

The Storm has Passed for Fr. Pat Moore, RIP

A little over two years since they learned of his cancer diagnoses, the parishioners and friends of Fr. Pat Moore received the sad news of his death earlier today. When he broke the news of his condition early in 2015, friends in the twinned Duagh and Lyreacrompane churches organised masses and offered prayers for his… Read more…

There are no images to display.

Category Archives: Asdee

Organisers ‘Blown Out of It’ by Support for Castleisland Drive in Bingo

Organisers ‘Blown Out of It’ by Support for Castleisland Drive in Bingo

Bingo addicts from all and every corner of this and neighbouring counties converged on Castleisland on Sunday afternoon to indulge in their passion for the first time since everything closed down in mid spring. A count of cars alone came to 312 and each of those cars had parties of two, three or four players… Read more…

Fr. Brick to Feature Fr. Moore’s ‘Coping Witness’ on Padre Pio Devotions Evening

Fr. Brick to Feature Fr. Moore’s ‘Coping Witness’ on Padre Pio Devotions Evening

The May, monthly installment of the Padre Pio Devotions at the Church of Saints Stephen and John in Castleisland will be celebrated by PP Fr. Mossie Brick tomorrow evening, Tuesday May 5th at 7:30pm. Behind Closed Doors As with the April devotions this one will also be held behind closed church doors. However, Fr. Brick… Read more…

Full Road Closure It Is on College Road While Resurfacing Lasts

Full Road Closure It Is on College Road While Resurfacing Lasts

In spite of a cast iron – if you’ll pardon the unpardonable – guarantee to Cllr. Charlie Farrelly at the weekend that a full road closure would not be put in place on College Road this week, the road is as fully closed as it can be this evening. The surface of the road has… Read more…

Deputy Danny Bitterly Disappointed at Post Office Closures

Deputy Danny Bitterly Disappointed at Post Office Closures

Danny Healy Rae TD has issued a statement in which he expresses bitter disappointment that 12 post offices in Kerry are being closed under the watch of this government. Heart Torn Out “The heart is being torn out of 12 communities in rural Kerry and Minister Denis Naughten and his government will never be forgiven… Read more…

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

Music Capital Fund Information Session on St. Brigid’s Day

A bugle call is being issued to all Kerry musicians, bands, collectives, music groups, music organisations, schools and interested communities. An information session, on a new capital fund that will support the purchase of musical instruments, will take place in Tralee Library in Moyderwell at 5pm on Thursday, February 1st and everyone is welcome. Two… Read more…

Drive-In-Bingo the Unsinkable Saviour of Summer Festival

Drive-In-Bingo the Unsinkable Saviour of Summer Festival

If the weather dogged the Castleisland Summer Festival again this year, Sunday’s Drive-in-Bingo remained unshakable or maybe unsinkable. There was a count of anything up to 250 cars in the yawning yard of Castleisland Co-Op Mart with at least three to four players in each vehicle. With a total prize-fund of €3,500 up for the… Read more…

Abbeyfeale and District News Round-Up

Abbeyfeale and District News Round-Up

The Late Fr. Pat Moore’s 60th Birthday Remembrance In remembrance of their much loved Parish Priest, Duagh Pastoral Council would like to invite everyone to a mass of celebration and commemoration at 7.30pm on Saturday June 10th in St. Brigid’s Church, Duagh. After Mass there will be light refreshments, music and song continuing Fr. Pat’s… Read more…

The late Fr. Pat Moore – Funeral Arrangements

The late Fr. Pat Moore – Funeral Arrangements

The death has occurred of Rev Fr Pat Moore, Littor Road, Asdee, Listowel, Co Kerry. Former parish priest of Duagh and many other parishes. May 1st 2017 in the tender loving care of the Bon Secours Hospital, Tralee. Beloved son of the late Mick and Peg. Deeply regretted by his loving brothers: Diarmuid and Michael,… Read more…

The Storm has Passed for Fr. Pat Moore, RIP

The Storm has Passed for Fr. Pat Moore, RIP

A little over two years since they learned of his cancer diagnoses, the parishioners and friends of Fr. Pat Moore received the sad news of his death earlier today. When he broke the news of his condition early in 2015, friends in the twinned Duagh and Lyreacrompane churches organised masses and offered prayers for his… Read more…

There are no images to display.

There are no images to display.

There are no images to display.

There are no images to display.

There are no images to display.

There are no images to display.