PARISH NOTES 24/04/2017 – 30/04/2017 



We extend our sympathy to the Quinn family on the death of Dessie, especially to his wife Carol, daughter Grace relatives and friends.  

We extend our sympathy to Nancy Fanning on the death of her sister Rosaleen Duke.


Congratulations to Jonathan and Eva Ellman-Brown whose daughter Ruby Saoirse was baptised in Powerstown on Saturday.



Many thanks to all who contributed to the Easter collection for the support of the priests of the parish and diocese.




Please remember to return your Trocaire box.  Every little contribution helps the needy of the world.



We invite new members to join our choir in Lisronagh Church, both musicians and singers.  Next choir practice is on Monday April 3rd at 7:30pm in Lisronagh Church.  

We sing at 12 o'clock mass every Sunday.  Please contact any choir member or join us on Sunday or at choir practice.  New members welcome at any time.

Contact : 086 3708823



Sunday school continues at the 10.45am mass in Powerstown church.  All children between the ages of 3 and 7 (approx) are welcome to attend.




The weekly card game in aid of the local community Hall was held on Thursday 6th April 2017.

Winners were: Helen Ahearne and B. Egan on 10 games.  Michael Power and John McNamara; Mary Moloney and Jim Garrett; Paddy Kennedy and Tony O'Brien all on 9 games. 

 Table prizes were won by Michael Power and John McNamara  with Mary Moloney and Jim Garrett.  

Beginners or seasoned card players are welcome to our well run card game.

Partners are available if required.

Cards again on Thursday the 13th April  2017

The game will start at 8.30 pm (sharp)
















Parish Projects

  • Powerstown Graveyard Project

    The parish Graveyard Project allows you to search and view the graves in Powerstown cemetery, including headstone images and a mapping of the graveyard.

    View graveyard page


  • Powerstown Church Bicentenary 1810-2010, A Commemorative History

    This book is the collaborative endeavour by several parishioners, who covered a variety of topics, ranging from the geographical to the historical aspects of the parish.

    View book details