The new Window of Reconciliation in St. John’s Church was blessed on Friday October 27th at 7.30pm. This window, executed by Thomas Denny is the first stained glass window to be commissioned for St. John’s Church in sixty years. Each of the three panels are evocative of the landscape and history of Tralee.
Read an article by John Griffin and some reflections on the window by the artist Tom Denny: Reconciliation Window
Below is RTE Nationwide's feature on St. John's Window
The time-lapse video below is courtesy of Eamonn Campbell shows the installation of the window.
Some thoughts of the Artist, Tom Denny can be viewed below
Wednesday November 1st. All Saints Is a Holyday of Obligation.
VIGIL MASSES ON TUESDAY EVENING:
St. John’s Church: 6.10pm
Immaculate Conception Church, Rathass: 7pm
St. Brendan’s Church, Curraheen: 8 pm
TIMES OF MASSES ON WEDNESDAY
St. John’s 8.30am (bilingual) 10.00am and 6.10pm
Immaculate Conception, Rathass 12.30pm
are now being distributed to parishioners' homes. If you do not receive a November envelope, they are also available at the back of the Church. You can use your envelope to return a list of your beloved dead to be remembered during the parish November Masses for the Holy Souls, and for the customary November Offering for the support of the clergy. The priests of the parish thank you for your generosity.
We wish Fr. Piotr well as he begins his three month period of study in Hospital Chaplaincy in Cork. During this time Fr. Piotr will not be available for parish duties. We look forward to his return at the end of his course.
Congratulations to Denis Kelleher, St. John's, Tralee, Pat Coffey, Killorglin and Thady O’Connor, Kilcummin who were ordained Permanent Deacons in St. John’s Church on Saturday October 21st at 12 noon. Pictured here with their wives Aileen, Kathleen and Carmel. Celebrant: Most Rev. Dr. Ray Browne, Bishop of Kerry.
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