Posted by: naomhmuire | 17/10/2009

Fógraí / Newsletter 18th October

Bliain an tSagairt – An Naoú Domhnach Fichead Saor: 18/10/2009

Month of Mission

Pray for Michael Lovett, Green Street; Eileen Nutter, Milltown; Michael ‘Bob’ O’Sullivan, Leamlara, Co. Cork & late of Green St. Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.

Priest on Call Sunday to Monday Morning for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is Fr. John Buckley 066-9157103.

MASSES/AIFRINN

ST. MARY’S CHURCH

Sat/Sath. 17ú

8.00pm

Bridie O’Sullivan, CB.

Sun/Domh. 18ú

9.00am

Eileen McGovern, John St., CB

 

11.30am

Missa Pro Populo

Mon/Luan 19ú

4.00pm

Coláiste Íde

 

7.30pm

Sam O’Malley, The Grove, CB.

Tue/Máirt 20ú

12.00pm

Funeral Mass for Eileen Nutter, R.I.P.

 

7.30pm

Jack and Alice Moran, Colleen and Owen and deceased members of the Moran Family, Main Street, CB.

Wed/Cead 21ú

7.30pm

Frances Sheehy, Milltown, MM.

Thu/Déard. 22ú

10.00am

 

 

7.30pm

Susan Brosnan, Baile Móir, CB.

Fri/Aoine 23ú

 

No 10.00am Mass today

 

11.00am

Mass in CBS Primary.

 

7.30pm

Tomás Kennedy, Cluais Mór, MM.

Sat/Sath. 24ú

10.00am

Seán Farrell, Dykegate St., CB.

 

8.00pm

Mary O’Sullivan, Burnham, CB.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Tues & Wed 10.30am – 10.00 pm Friday 10.30 – 11.30am

Confessions: Sat. 10.30am-11.00am and after Vigil Masses.

NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL

Sun/Domh. 18ú

10.00am

Molly and John Garvey, Baile na Saor, CB.

Mon/Luan

26ú

11.00am

Stations for na Dúnta /Aglish: John and Mary Galvin, na Dúnta.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ

Sun/Domh. 18ú

10.30am

 

Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

Offertory Collection

Weekly Envelopes: €1,343; Cash: €1,269;

Total: €2,612. Míle Buíochas.

Diocesan Collection for the Propagation of the Faith (Missions) will be taken up as a second collection after Communion this weekend the 17th and 18th.

An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:

(24ú & 25ú Deireadh Fómhair).

DINGLE: Eucharistic Ministers’ Team 2, Collectors’ Team 2, Church Cleaners’ Team 2. Readers: Vigil: Noel O’Neill; 9.00a.m. Cláir Uí Loingsigh; 11.30a.m. Aongus Moncur. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Máire Uí Ghrifín agus Eric Mitchell. Léitheoir: Amy Mitchell.

FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eocairiste: Siobhán Uí Shé. Léitheoir: Micheál Ó Cinnéide.

 

Choir Practice – Tues. evenings 8.15 in Presbytery.

Autumn Stations

The Eucharist – Communion with Christ and with One Another – this will be the theme of the Eucharistic Congress in Dublin in 2012, but could just as easily be a motto for the custom of Station Masses in the home.  When people gather for Mass in their local area it builds up a neighbourly spirit and strengthens faith in Christ.  In most areas of the parish, Stations have not been celebrated for a number of years.  However, it only takes one household to come forward to revive this tradition, and it only takes a handful of willing families in a Station Area to put it on a firm footing for the years to come.  There’s no need to make an extravagant ‘splash’ of hospitality – all that is asked is a warm welcome for neighbours and for Christ in the Eucharist.  Anyone interested in hosting Stations in their home this autumn should contact Tigh na Sagart on 066 9151208 during the coming weeks.

Year for Priests

If you are a man who feels called by Christ to the priesthood contact our Vocation Directors: Fr. Liam Lovell – Kilmoyley, 066-7133169 or Fr. Michael Moynihan – Castleisland, 087-6551902.

“Some men are called to nourish the body.

Some men are called to nourish the soul”.

Pathways to God – Autumn in An Díseart

A series of talks on some of the great Mystics of the Church & their writings will be held at An Díseart on Wed. 8 – 9.30pm by Fr. Jim Sheehy.  21st Oct. – St. Benedict; 28th Oct. – St. John of the Cross;

11th Nov. – St. Teresa of Avila; 18th Nov. – St. Ignatius of Loyola; 25th Nov. – St. Therese of Lisieux; 2nd Dec. – Thomas Merton.

The talks will be followed by discussion and a brief liturgy and light refreshments. Free – Donations to An Díseart would be appreciated.

Ardfert Retreat Centre: Day Seminars with Fr. Jim Cogley Wed 21st Oct. 10am – 4:30pm – Loss and Recovery; Thurs. 22nd Oct., Are we still trying to save our souls. Cost €50 per day. Booking 066-7134276.

Coláiste Íde: Laethanta Oscailte: 18 /10/2009 Open Days for enrolment 2011 –  am óna 12:00 – 5:00.

Bingo Pobalscoil C. D. 18ú Oct. has been cancelled.

Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society: Lecture on “The Kingdom’s Place in Gaelic Sporting History – Celebrating 125 years of the GAA”, by Fr. Tom Looney in Tralee Library at 8pm Tues Oct 20th.

Poll an Aifrinn – Mass Rock: Sun. 18th Oct. Rosary at 3:10pm; Annual Dominican Mass, at 3:30pm, in Keelacloghane Wood, Milltown – Bishop Murphy.

Sr. Consilio’s annual Church gate collection for her work with those struggling with alcoholism and drugs will take place next weekend 24th & 25th.

NB: Winter Time begins next weekend the 25th of October, clocks go back 1 hour from 2am to 1am. Saturday vigil on the 24th will be at 8pm changing to 7.30pm from the 31st.

Do This In Memory – Déanaigí  É Seo i gCuimhne

Our next joint liturgy will be on next weekend, October 24th and 25th. Please bring your candles and place them in the Sacred Space in church. All families are asked to occupy the front seats please. Naomh Muire – Dé Satharn 8.00pm;

Naomh Eoin Baiste – Dé Domhnach 10.00am; Naomh Caitlín – Dé Domhnach 10.30am.

NB: An Fhiniúin/Grapevine was distributed at last liturgy.

First Communion, First Confession 2010

First Penance will be held at 7:30pm on;

Tuesday March 2nd – Séipéal N. Muire, for Scoil an Chlochair, Scoil Iognáid Rís & Scoil an Ghleanna.

Wednesday March 3rd – Séipéal Eoin Baiste.

Thursday March 4th – Séipéal Naomh Caitlín, do Scoil Cill Mhic a’ Domhnaigh & Scoil Ceann Trá.

N.B.: First Communion Dates 2010

First Communion will be held at 11.00am;

Saturday May 8th – Séipéal Eoin Baiste.

Saturday May 15th – Séipéal Naomh Muire.

Saturday May 22nd – Séipéal Naomh Caitlín.

All Parishioners are invited to prayerfully support the children and their families in preparation for these sacraments.

Ar scáth a chéile maireann Pobal Dé

WORLD MISSIONS – REACH OUT

“IMIGÍ FÉN DOMHAN AGUS FÓGRAÍGÍ AN DEA-SCÉAL”

Today, Mission Sunday, we are called upon to play our role in assisting the missionary activity of the Church. We are given the opportunity to share in the experience of our brothers and sisters who carry on the missionary task today as they Reach Out, often in difficult and dangerous circumstances. Our spiritual and material offerings are crucial for the continued work of missionaries throughout the world. The total raised in today’s collection will be sent in its entirety to support mission projects worldwide. Please give what you can, every gift – no matter how small – makes a difference.

Ní neart go cur le chéile

 

“Story behind the Poster”

The following is a brief biography of some Irish Missionaries who have given a lifetime of service to overseas missions. Further information is available on the website http://www.wmi.ie.

Sr. Phyllis Heaney MMM – Sao Paulo, Brazil

Irish missionary, Sr. Phyllis Heaney MMM, has been working in Sao Paulo, Brazil, since 1975. Sr. Phyllis is a trained nurse-midwife who originates from Proudstown, County Meath.

Sr. Phyllis has a very special gift for working with people who have special needs and has spent her time in Brazil working to secure a better of quality of life for people with disabilities. She has worked with groups such as the Fraternity for the Physically Handicapped, a national organisation in Brazil, and also L’Arche.

Fr Martin Barry SPS – Londiani, Kenya

Fr Martin Barry, a Kiltegan Father originally from Glanmire, Co Cork, has been ministering in Kenya for over forty years. Fr Martin was ordained in 1968 and has spent the last decade of his mission in Londiani, a small African village north of Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi. Fr Martin is accompanied on his mission in the Diocese of Kericho by fellow Kiltegan Fathers, Brian Treacy and Con Ryan.

Fr Desmond Millar SPS – Turkana Desert, Kenya

Kiltegan Father, Des Millar, originates from Dublin and was ordained in 1969. Fr Des has devoted the last forty years to mission, spending his time in Turkana Desert, Lodwar Diocese in Kenya. Fr Des ministers from St. Lawrence’s Catholic Church, Nakwamoru, and is involved in pastoral work, education, aid work and health.

Fr Andy Campbell SVD – Accra, Ghana

Fr Andy Campbell, a Divine Word Missionary, was born in Crumlin, Dublin in 1946. Currently based in Accra, Fr Andy has been in Ghana since 1971 and has devoted his time to caring for and assisting lepers in the region. Approximately 18 years ago Fr Andy started an NGO called Lepers Aid, comprising of around 24 young people dedicated to assisting those with leprosy.

Sr. Fidelma Mahon FMSA – Mutare Diocese, Zimbabwe

Sr. Fidelma Mahon from County Dublin, completed her final profession to the Franciscan Missionary Sisters for Africa in 1957.

In 1961, Sr. Fidelma began her mission in Kenya where she spent many years teaching. Since then she has served in many locations the most recent of which is Zimbabwe where she has been since 2004.

Machnamh – Misean

Ciallaíonn an focal ‘caitliceach’ ‘uilchoiteann’ sa bhrí ‘ina iomláine’ nó ‘sa tslánchruinne’. Tá an Eaglais caitliceach ar dhá bhealach: Tá sí caitliceach mar go bhfuil Críost i láthair inti. ‘Mar a bhfuil Íosa Críost, is ann don Eaglais Chaitliceach.’ Is inti atá ar marthain iomláine Chorp Chríost agus é aontaithe lena Cheann. Is é is iarmhairt air sin go bhfuil faighte aici uaidhsean ‘iomláine na meán chun slánaithe’ ba thoil leis: dearbhú an chreidimh gan cham agus go hiomlán, cleachtadh na sacraimintí gan easpa gan chuimse agus ministreacht a coisreacadh i gcomhargacht in n-aspal. Sa chiall bhunúsach seo, bhí an Eaglais caitliceach fiú amháin ó lá na Cincíse, agus is amhlaidh a bheidh sí go lá an pharousia.

Tá sí caitliceach fós mar go bhfuil misiún uilechoiteann aici ó Chríost chuig an chine daonna ar fad: Gairtear an cine daonna ar fad le bheith ina chuid de Phobal Dé. Sin é an fáth ar dual don Phobal seo, tar éis di a bheith aonta agus gan a athrach eile ann, ar dual dó leathadh amach go críocha na cruinne ar fad agus go ceann na n-aoiseanna uile. Is amhlaidh sin a chomhlíonfar an méid ab áil le toil Dé, nuair a chruthaigh sé an cine daonna ina aontacht ón tús agus nuair a chinn sé go gcruinneodh sé a chlann scaipthe ar ais ina n-aontacht (…).Tréith seo na huilechoiteannachta atá ina comhartha sóirt ag Pobal Dé, tíolacadh de chuid an Tiarna féin is ea í. (830 & 831 –  Caiticiosma na hEaglaise Caitlcí) Caitlicí)


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