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Fr Piotr Delimat (second from right) with David Healy, Norma Foley and Bridie Healy at Fr Piotr's farewell party at St John's Parish Centre on Thursday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: St John’s Parishioners Say Fond Farewell To Fr Piotr

March 8, 2019 at 11:36 am Comments are Disabled

A POPULAR priest was thanked for his work at farewell party in his honour at St John’s Parish Centre on Thursday evening. There was a good turnout for Polish native, Fr Piotr Delimat, who came to the parish in 2014 and made a great impression on his colleagues and parishioners. […]

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LtoR. Fr. Tadgh Fitzgerald PP, Fr. Bernard Healy  and Fr. Sean Hanafin PP, back left Fr. Niall Geaney, Fr. Dan Ahern, Fr. Ned Barrett, Fr. James Linnane and Fr Sean Jones.

PHOTOS: A Farewell To Fr Bernard At St John’s Parish Celebration

September 17, 2018 at 8:49 am 1 comment

IT was a case of arrivederci on Friday night to Fr Bernard Healy who said an official farewell to the St John’s parishioners at a special function in the Parish Centre. Fr Bernard, who is a native of Doon just outside Tralee, is heading off to Rome for the next […]

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Bill Looney and Tom Denny

New Stained Glass Window To Be Unveiled At St John’s This Friday

October 25, 2017 at 12:07 pm 1 comment

A NEW stained glass window – the first in over sixty years – will be unveiled in St. John’s Church, Castle Street, Tralee this Friday evening, October 27 at 7.30pm. The new Reconciliation Window is a joint endeavour by the Catholic and Church of Ireland communities in Tralee and has […]

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Novena To Take Place At St John’s Later This Month

Novena To Take Place At St John’s Later This Month

May 18, 2016 at 5:09 pm Comments are Disabled

A NOVENA to the Sacred Heart will take place later this month at St John’s Church. The nine days of prayer will begin on Thursday, May 26 and continue until June 3 at 6.10pm each evening at the church off Castle Street. “This is the second year holding the event,” […]

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With the cheque from the 2016 St John's Bazaar are from left, Catherine Dwyer,  Francis Nolan, Margeret Crean and Fr Piotr Delimat. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

St John’s Bazaar Raises Almost €40,000 Despite Storm Desmond’s Efforts

January 10, 2016 at 12:13 pm Comments are Disabled

DESPITE Storm Desmond’s best efforts, St John’s parish managed to raise €39,655 from their annual bazaar fundraiser. “The weather was really bad during the bazaar, people were not supposed to go out, but we got a great crowd,” said one of the bazaar organisers, Margaret Crean. The bazaar, which took place […]

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PHOTOS: Can You See Something Strange In The Background Of This Photo?

PHOTOS: Can You See Something Strange In The Background Of This Photo?

December 15, 2015 at 11:58 am 2 comments

THERE’S a photo that’s causing a bit of a stir online this morning. Sent in by ‘Mark’ to the Radio Kerry Facebook page, it’s an image taken at St John’s Church of one of the statues there. However, when he posted the photo online, many people said they can make out […]

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Colette Price and John Leahy, volunteers of the Soup Kitchen, which operates from 12pm - 2pm, every Saturday in the, Teach an Solas hall, next to St John's Church of Ireland on Ashe Street. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Soup Kitchen Still In Huge Demand Despite Reports Of Recovery

October 2, 2015 at 11:02 am Comments are Disabled

THREE years ago, a soup kitchen was set up by two women in the Solas hall by St John’s Church on Ashe Street. In October 2012, Colette Price and Dawn Roberts, decided do something for those that were struggling to put food on the table. In the time since Ireland’s recession […]

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Presentation Students Receive Certs For Taking Part In Liturgy Programme

Presentation Students Receive Certs For Taking Part In Liturgy Programme

May 25, 2015 at 11:40 am Comments are Disabled

TWENTY students from Transition Year in Presentation Secondary School received certificates marking their participation in the Children’s Liturgy programme in St John’s Parish. The certificates were presented by Eileen Doyle (Children’s Liturgy Co-ordinator) and Fr Bernard Healy. The Children’s Liturgy programme has been up and running at the 10.30am Sunday Mass […]

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Novena At St John’s To Be Held Next Month

Novena At St John’s To Be Held Next Month

May 25, 2015 at 11:31 am Comments are Disabled

A NOVENA to the Sacred Heart will be held in St John’s next month. It will take place from June 4-12 each evening at 6.10pm. “The Novena is run by the priests of the parish and everyone is welcome,” said Norma Foley. “It’s the first time we’ve held anything like this and […]

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St John’s Parish’s Income Down While Expenditure Sees Sharp Rise

St John’s Parish’s Income Down While Expenditure Sees Sharp Rise

March 30, 2015 at 12:05 pm Comments are Disabled

  ST John’s Parish accounts have revealed a dip in income while repairs and upgrades have seen a huge rise in expenditure. In a pamphlet issued to homes in the parish, the Statement of Income and Expenditure shows income last year at €457,929, down from €464,160 in 2013. Expenditure meanwhile […]

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Archbishop Of Dublin To Speak At ‘Journeying In Hope’ Event At St John’s Church

Archbishop Of Dublin To Speak At ‘Journeying In Hope’ Event At St John’s Church

February 13, 2015 at 10:55 am Comments are Disabled

THE Archbishop of Dublin is to speak at this year’s ‘Journeying In Hope’ event in St John’s Church on February 24. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin is the latest in a long line of high-profile speakers at the event, which has been running at the Castle Street church for some years now. […]

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Bazaar Raises Over €41,000 For St John’s Parish

Bazaar Raises Over €41,000 For St John’s Parish

January 14, 2015 at 1:54 pm Comments are Disabled

  AN incredible €41,617 was raised during November’s St John’s Parish Bazaar. It almost matches the same amount that was raised by the event in 2014. The cheque was presented to the parish at the weekend. The event, which celebrated its 63rd anniversary in 2014, took place over the weekend of […]

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Laura and Sinead Donnelly with Catherine Dwyer at the opening night of the St John's Parish Bazaar at the KDYS in Denny Street on Friday night. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Weekend Of Prize-Winning Begins At St John’s Parish Bazaar

November 29, 2014 at 10:16 am Comments are Disabled

THERE’S was a good turnout for the St John’s Parish Bazaar opening night at the KDYS on Friday. Young and old gathered in the Denny Street venue to support the annual fundraiser which is vital for the upkeep of the parish. Businesses from all over town supplied the prizes and […]

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At the launch of the annual St John's Parish Bazaar fundraiser were, front row, from left: Bridie O'Connor, Ita Behan. Back row: Kathrine Dwyer, Margaret Crean, Mary Donnelly and Noreen Hanifin. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Vital Annual Fundraiser For St John’s Parish This Weekend

November 25, 2014 at 3:41 pm Comments are Disabled

ST JOHN’S annual bazaar takes place this weekend where there a world of prizes to be won. The bazaar, which commences Friday and runs until Sunday, in the KDYS Denny Street, is a vital funds generator for the parish and has been running now for 63 years. “St John’s is an […]

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PHOTOS: Incredible Aerial Images Of Tralee From The 1930’s

PHOTOS: Incredible Aerial Images Of Tralee From The 1930’s

October 22, 2014 at 12:10 pm Comments are Disabled

  AERIAL archive images of Tralee have recently been made available to view on the website, ‘Britain From Above’. The photos below, which were taken in 1933, give a fascinating insight into what Tralee looked like 81 years ago. As you can imagine quite a lot has changed since. These six images […]

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Fr Hanafin Reappointed To St John’s For Further Six Years

Fr Hanafin Reappointed To St John’s For Further Six Years

June 28, 2014 at 9:18 am Comments are Disabled

FR. Seán Hanafin has been re-appointed to his present posting as Parish Priest in St John’s Tralee for a further six-year term. The announcement came following a re-shuffle of diocesan appointments by Bishop Ray Browne just before the weekend. Commenting on the appointments, Bishop Browne said parish life is healthy throughout […]

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St John’s In Bloom For Festival Of Flowers And Music

St John’s In Bloom For Festival Of Flowers And Music

June 16, 2014 at 11:06 am Comments are Disabled

OVER the weekend the first ‘Festival of Flowers and Music’ took place in St John’s the Evangelist Church on Ashe Street to celebrate the successful restoration of the organ at the church. The restoration cost a whopping €100,000 and took the best part of year to dismantle and restore the […]

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