The following Masses will be streamed live from Littleton Church:

Monday – Friday @ 9am; Saturday @ 7.30pm & Sunday @ 12 noon.

The link is:




Family Prayer Service:


The above service will be streamed live on our Parish Website on Thursday at 7pm.


Online Donation to Moycarkey Parish:


Before the beginning of COVID 19 our Masses and other religious ceremonies have been streamed live.  We are delighted to be able to provide this service.  To date over 210,000 people (87 Countries) have tuned in.  It costs a considerable amount of money to provide this worthwhile service.  Due to the fact that all Churches have been closed for several weeks since the beginning of COVID, we are appealing to people living outside the parish to consider making a donation.  If you wish to do so please visit the Moycarkey Borris Parish Website and click the Donate Button.


Mission Sunday Collection:


Will be taken up at all Masses this weekend.  Please feel free to place envelopes in Fr. Tom’s letter box.  Your support is much appreciated.

Recent Death:


John Maher Inchicore, Dublin 8 and formerly of Littleton.


Month’s Mind Masses:


Margaret (Baba) Cooney (née O’Connor), 5 St Bridget`s Terrace, Littleton this Sunday, October 18th at 12.00.

Winnie O’Dwyer Whelan, Ballyduff Road, Two-Mile-Borris next Sunday, October 25th at 12.00.





This Saturday at 7.30pm: Michael Bourke, Turtulla;


This Sunday at 12.00: Norrie and Paddy Kirwan, Moycarkey; Ned, Kitty & Paddy Moloney, Graigue ; Lar & Josie Molumby, Fertiana, Holycross.  Pray for Josie and Andy Maher, Coolkennedy, and their daughter Angela – Anniversary Mass offered.



This Sunday at 12.00: Nóirin Ryan, Ballybeg & deceased members of the Ryan & de Veale families.


Next Saturday at 7.30pm:

Moycarkey: Noreen Gleeson, Gaile & remember her husband Bill & son Thomas at this time.

Littleton: Jim Leahy, Ballydavid, Littleton.


A “Family Rosary Crusade”:


The Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland, Eamon Martin is inviting families all over the country to recite the rosary against COVID19.  The rosary will be recited daily (after all Masses) during the month of October, which is dedicated as the month of the Holy Rosary.