(Christmas Dues) are now being delivered to households along with our Christmas Newsletter. These offerings pay the salaries of the Parish Clergy who thank parishioners for their support. Envelopes are also available in the churches & the Parish Centre for households who do not receive an envelope delivered to their homes. You will have the opportunity on Christmas Day to offer your support. This will take place after Communion through a second collection.
A sincere Thank you to everybody who participated and who support St. John’s Parish in this particular way. We received a payment for €33,824.72.from the Revenue. If you would like information on the scheme, please contact Catherine Dwyer at the Parish Centre
From this weekend the collectors in St. John’s will wear a badge so as to identify them as St. John’s collectors. We thank them for their ministry and we thank you for your contribution so that the parish can be of service to the community.
Tralee Pastoral Area held a day of reflection and personal development for Transition Year students in the Pastoral Area in the Ballyroe Heights Hotel on Tuesday November 10th.
The photo shows Dr. Fergus Heffernan speaking to the 250 TY students.
There has been a generous response to the church door collection for the new Reconciliation Window in St. John's. So far €9,135 has been collected and there is still an opportunity for parishioners to contribute if they so wish through direct debit or cash contribution in the envelopes provided at the back of the church. The Parish Pastoral Committee thanks all who have made a contribution.
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