Although our churches will be closed, we do so as a way of playing our part in trying to the flatten the curve of this virus. Your home, as the Church tells us, is the domestic church, it is that important and significant body of believers in Jesus Christ, in which the Body of Christ is built upon.

Your homes are sacred places in which Jesus dwells, for He says to us "I am with you always (Mt 28:20)

Let us continue to pray for each other, and for those who work on the Frontline in pushing back Covid-19.

Our daily program continues, so be sure to keep connected. United in prayer always. St. John's Clergy & Parish Team.
 
 
 
 
 

The result of the ballot last weekend was to retain the Vigil Mass on Saturday evening at 8pm. Thanks to everyone who participated and to the Liturgy Group who facilitated the ballot.

People interested in becoming part of St John’s Altar Society, please give in your name and contact details to the Parish Centre 066 7122522. The purpose of the Altar Society is to help in keeping the Church clean & to look after flowers for the Altars.

Many people abstain from alcohol and take the short-term pledge for the duration of Lent. Contact St. John’s Parish Centre or visit www.pioneerassociation.ie and join online.

are available for collection at the back of the Church or from the Parish Centre

for your generous response towards the cost to erect a new stained glass window in St. John’s Church by artist Thomas Denny of the Tralee Denny family. The hope is that the window will be installed by 2016/2017 the 800th anniversary of the founding of Tralee. Your support for this project is very much appreciated.

On Wednesday December 9th Bishop Ray Browne gave us "A Vision for the Year of Mercy" in the Parish Centre

 

took place from Friday – Sunday, December 2nd – 4th at K.D.Y.S. Hall, Denny Street. A sincere thank you to all who helped make it a success!!