Posted by: naomhmuire | 15/01/2011

Fógraí / Newsletter 16th January

An Dara Domhnach Saor

16/1/2011

Pray for Máire Uí Rócháin, Glens; Máirín Ní Bhrosnacháin, late of Leataoibh Beag and Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow; Vincent Lovett, late of Garrynadur who died in England; John Begley, Deelis, Camp. Nellie Kavanagh, Killarney; Anthony Boyle, Australia and Glasgow.      Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.

Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is Fr. Eoghan Ó Cadhla 066-9156131.

Masses/aifrinn

ST. MARY’S CHURCH

Sat/Sath. 15ú 7.30pm Peggy Flahive, nee Manning, The Quay, Strand St., CB.
Sun/Domh. 16ú 9.00am Jed Budhlaeir, An Gróbh, CB.
11.30am M. P. P.
Mon/Luan 17ú 7.30pm Nora Ashe, Grey’s Lane, CB.
Tue/Máirt 18ú 10.00am For all deceased members of West Kerry GAA.
7.30pm Olivia O’Connor, 21 Marian Park, CB.
Wed/Cead 19ú 7.30pm Sandra Mason and Kathleen Nelligan, London, CB.
Thur/Déard20ú 10.00am  
7.30pm Patrick Hannafin, CB.
Fri/Aoine 21ú 10.00am  
7.30pm  
Sat/Sath. 22ú 10.00am  
7.30pm Patrick O’Connor, Cnoc na hAbhann

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

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

NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL

Sun/Domh. 16ú 10.00am Thomas, Mary and Breda Brosnan, Foherough, CB.

 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ

Domhnach 16ú 10.30r.n. Alice Wallace, Cuan, MM.

 

Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

Offertory Collection

Weekly Envelopes: €1,174; Cash: €809; Total: €1,983. Míle buíochas.

An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:

(22ú/23ú Eanáir).

DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 3; Collectors’ Team 3; Church Cleaners’ Team 3. Readers:

7:30pm: Noel O’Neill; 9.00a.m. Cláir Uí Loingsigh; 11.30a.m. Pat O’Connor.

LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Yvonne Uí Mhainnín & Mairéad Uí Chathasaigh. Léitheoir: Pádraig Ó Conchúir.

FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Tracey Sheehy.

Léitheoir: Pádraig Firtéar.

Follow us on Facebook

Visit our parish Facebook Page and keep up with what’s happening:https://naomhmuire.wordpress.com /contacts/ or do a Facebook search for ‘Dingle’, ‘Lios Póil’ or ‘Ceann Trá’ to find us.

 

Mission Crib Collections

This year the Crib offerings from Naomh Muire, Naomh Caitlín agus Naomh Eoin Baiste will be given to local foreign missionaries Fr. Tommy Lynch in India and his brother Fr. Danny Lynch in Paraguay. Both from Milltown, Dingle work with the world’s poorest in their Divine Word Missions. Míle buíochas for Donations received to date €2,492.

The Crib will be in place in St. Mary’s until the final week in January. Therefore, the hours of Eucharistic Adoration will be after the evening Masses on Tuesday and Wednesday the 25th and 26th of January when the Crib will be taken down. Bígí Fial.

Parish Radio Link up – we are indebted to a kind benefactor who has made a gift of 4 radios for our housebound sick or elderly. Any parishioner who is interested in receiving a unit is invited to contact the Parish office.

World Youth Day 2011

We welcome your enquiries about the Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain from 15th-21st August 2011 for young people between 18 and 35; Contact: Bernie McCaffrey, at 088 6484367 or berniemccaffrey@dioceseofkerry.ie

or any of the Parish clergy for complete details.

Fógraí

Dingle Al-Anon – Slí na Sláinte, John St, Monday nights at 8.30pm, for families of problem drinkers.

Coiste Phobal Lios Póil – Cruinniú Chinn bhliana sa Scoil, Dé Luain 17ú Eanáir ar a 8.30. Fáilte roimh cách.

Progressive 31 Card Drive: Coiste na nÓg Lios Póil Friday 28th Jan. in O’Sullivan’s, Garrynadur at 8.30pm.

Stress Reduction course 8-week-Mindfulness based starting in Dingle, February 2nd, 10.15am to 12.45pm

Contact Eva: 087-2712662.

Teen Spirit: Diocesan Youth Choir is recruiting singers for their new show Information from http://www.teenspirit.ie.

Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Rome & Assisi led by Bishop Bill Murphy 25th April – 2nd May 2011.

Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Fatima 9th – 16th May, 2011, ex Cork. See notice in Church Porch.

Suicide in Ireland – Supporting Our Students: Console Seminar will be held on Tuesday 15th February 2011 in The Clarion Hotel, Dublin. Contact Console on 01-6102638 or email ciaran@console.ie for further details.

The Priory Institute Theology Course – The Dominicans are offering a programme of theology, leading up to a degree in the distance learning format. People are able to study from home, with occasional study days and on line support of tutors. Contact The Priory Institute, Tallaght Village, Dublin 24 or 01-4048124/4048127 or email enquiries@prioryinstitute.com

Reading and Praying the Gospel of Matthew led by Fr. Séamus O’Connell on February 4th and 5th 2011 in John Paul II Pastoral Centre, Rock Road Killarney. For info or to register contact francesrowland@dioceseofkerry.ie or by telephone 064-6632644.

Grúpa Liotúirge i gCeann Trá

Ba mhaith leis an tAth Bearnard an Grúpa Liotúirge i gCeann Trá a ath-bhunú.  Beidh treanáil le fáil ón Deoise an mhí seo chugainn.  Má tá suim agat bheith páirteach, cuir glaoch air ag 066-9151208.

 

R.C.I.A.

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

“There is one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God, the Father of all.”

Baptism of Children of School-going Age
There will be a short meeting with parents of children of school-going age who are interested in having their children baptised in the Presbytery on Monday evening 17th January at 8pm.  All interested parents are warmly invited.

Do This In Memory

Déanaigí  É Seo i gCuimhne

Our next joint liturgy will be on next weekend, January 22nd/23rd. 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 7.30pm;

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

NB: An Fhíniúin/Grapevine was distributed at last liturgy, please study and discuss together at home in preparation for next weekend.

Share The Good News

Share The Good News is the title of the wonderful 10 year Master plan launched by Bishop Liam Ó Murchú and the Irish Episcopal Conference recently. It provides a framework for religious education and the ongoing work of evangelisation in the homes, schools and parishes of our country. “Together we can find the resources necessary to build on the time and talents we have been given by the Living God and so make the coming decade a period of great catechetical renewal.”

Blessed John Paul II

It has been announced that the late Pope John Paul II will be declared ‘Blessed’ at a special ceremony in Rome on Divine Mercy Sunday, 1st May 2011.  We Irish have many memories of Pope John Paul’s visit to our country and of his papacy.  At his funeral Mass, Pope Benedict said of him: In the first years of his pontificate, still young and full of energy, the Holy Father went to the very ends of the earth, guided by Christ. But afterwards, he increasingly entered into the communion of Christ’s sufferings; increasingly he understood the truth of the words: “Someone else will fasten a belt around you.” And in this very communion with the suffering Lord, tirelessly and with renewed intensity, he proclaimed the Gospel, the mystery of that love which goes to the end (cf. Jn 13:1).

Caiticiosma na hEaglaise Caitlicí

523 Is é Eoin Baiste gar-réamhtheachtaí an Tiarna, a seoladh chun an bóthar a réiteach dó. Mar ‘fáidh an Té is Airde’ (Lc. 1, 76), beireann sé barr ar na fáithe go léir, agus is é an duine deireanach orthu é. Cuireann sé tús sollúnta leis an soiscéal; ceiliúrann sé teacht Chríost I mbroinn a mháthar dó agus is cúis lúcháire dó gurb é ‘cara an chéile’ é (Eoin 3, 29) a thaispeánann sé mar ‘Uan Dé a thógann peaca an domhain’ (Eoin 1, 29). Ag teacht ar cheann Íosa dó, ‘le spiorad is le cumhacht Éilia’ (Lc. 1, 17), tugann sé fianacht ina leith trína sheanmóireacht, trína bhaisteadh chun aithrí agus, ar deireadh trína mhairtíreacht.

World Day for Migrants and Refugees

Today is 97th World Day for Migrants and Refugees.

 

“The World Day of Migrants and Refugees offers the whole Church an opportunity to reflect on a theme linked to the growing phenomenon of migration, to pray that hearts may open to Christian welcome and to the effort to increase in the world justice and charity, pillars on which to build an authentic and lasting peace,” wrote the Pontiff.  “All,” he continued, “belong to one family, migrants and the local populations that welcome them, and all have the same right to enjoy the goods of the earth whose

destination is universal, as the social doctrine of the Church teaches. It is here that solidarity and sharing are founded.”

Prayer for One Human Family

Good and gracious God,

we thank you for the gift of families.

We are grateful for all of the joy and love

that they bring into our lives,

and we ask that you provide

special protection for all families,

particularly those who face hardships

as they move in search of a better life.

Show mercy to those who travel in danger,

and lead them to a place of safety and peace.

Comfort those who are alone and afraid because

their families have been torn apart by violence

and injustice.

As we reflect upon the difficult journey

that the Holy Family faced as refugees in Egypt,

help us to remember the suffering of all migrant families.

Through the intercession of Mary our Mother,

and St. Joseph the Worker, her spouse,

we pray that all migrants may be reunited with their loved ones

and find the meaningful work they seek.

Open our hearts so that we may provide hospitality

for all who come in search of refuge.

Give us the courage to welcome every stranger

as Christ in our midst.

Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prayers of the Faithful

As members of the human family, and family of God, gathered in this place, we place our needs before the Lord.

 

1. We pray for the leaders of our Church:  May they always put before us the need to welcome the stranger.  Lord hear us.

 

2. We pray for all God’s people:  May we be open and welcoming to our brothers and sisters from many other places and cultures who have come to live among us.  Lord hear us.

 

3. We pray for those who have been forced to leave their homes; those studying and working abroad; those on the missions:  May they find a welcome, and be able to make a contribution to the countries

in which they settle.  Lord hear us.

 

Guímis

A Uain dhílis De na Páise,

thógais ceo agus peacaí an domhain.

Go dtóga tú ceo na bpeacaí dár n-anam.

Ár bPaidreacha Dúchais.

 


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