Posted by: naomhmuire | 29/01/2011

Fógraí / Newsletter 30th January

An Ceathrú Domhnach Saor 30/1/2011

Pray for Séamus Ó Lúing, Na Cluainte, Baile an Fheirtéaraigh; Tomás Lynch, Mohill, Co. Leitrim and late of Kilfountain; Bartley Carroll, Tuam, Co. Galway.

Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.

Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is Fr. Bearnard Ó hÉalaithe: 066-9151208.

Masses/aifrinn

ST. MARY’S CHURCH

Sat. 29ú 7.30pm Tommy Graham, Station Row, CB.
Sun/Domh. 30ú 9.00am Gerard O’Connor, Ceathrú na Phúca, MM.
11.30am M. P. P.
Mon/Luan 31ú 4.00pm Coláiste Íde
7.30pm Danny Kevane, Ballyristeen and deceased members of the Baker and Kavanagh Families.
Tue/Máirt 1ú 10.00am Lá le Bhríde
7.30pm Paddy Ollie and Cornelius Brosnan, Garraí, CB.
Wed/Cead 2ú 7.30pm Margaret McCarthy, Ballinvounig, MM.
Thur/Déard3ú 10.00am  
7.30pm Rita Moriarty, Main St., Paddy and Ellen O’Shea, Jenny O’Shea, Mamie and Nora O’Shea, Breed Conneely and deceased of the O’Shea family, Báile Móir.
Fri/Aoine 4ú 10.00am  
7.30pm Thomas Walsh, Burnham, MM.
Sat/Sath. 5ú 10.00am First Saturday.
7.30pm Mary Moriarty, Inch, CB.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

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

NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL

Sun/Domh. 30ú 10.00am Patrick Herlihy, Aughacarrible, CB.
Fri/Aoine 4ú 8.00pm First Friday

 

 

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ

Domhnach 30ú 10.30r.n. Tommy O’Shea, Cathair an Treantaigh, CB, a bhean Maureen agus Muintir Uí Shé agus Muintir Uí Chiobháin atá imithe ar slí na Firinne.

 

Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

Offertory Collection

Weekly Envelopes: €1,354; Cash: €665; Total: €2,019. Míle buíochas.

Diocesan Collection for Lourdes Helpers will be taken up as a second collection after Communion next weekend 5th and 6th of Feb.

An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:

(5ú/6ú Feabhra).

DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 1; Collectors’ Team 1; Church Cleaners’ Team 1. Readers: 7:30pm: Tadhg Ó Coileáin; 9.00a.m. Micheál Ó Conchúir; 11.30a.m. Margaret Sheehy.

LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Anne Prendiville and Bridget Prendiville. Léitheoir:  Ann Uí Mhuircheartaigh.

FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Máirín Uí Shé. Léitheoir: Brenda Ní Shúilleabháin.

First Friday Calls as usual next Thurs & Friday.

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 €3,541. Bígí Fial.

Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimages

Rome & Assisi led by Bishop Murphy 25th April – 2nd May 2011. (Easter Week) 5 Nights in Rome, 2 Nights in Assisi. Contact: Mrs Janice O’Sullivan, “Droum”, Nohoval Upper, Rathmore, or Fr. Bill Radley, Pilgrimage Dir, Headford, Killarney; email: joskdp@eircom.net or Tel: 064 7758219.

Fatima 9th – 16th May, 2011, ex Cork. Contact Maureen Harty on 066-7131328 for information.

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.

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service is continuing efforts to trace women who received BTSB Anti-D immunoglubulin between 1977-1979 and between 1991 and 1994. Contact Dr. Emer Lawlor on 1800 222 111.

Maidin Dé Céadaoin 2ú Feabhra Ionad Lae Lios Póil

Cros Bhríd le Bernie Uí Chatháin 10.30-12.00 Meán Lae Caife agus Cleachtadh. Fáilte roimhis thuismitheoirí agus muintir an pharóiste. All welcome and especially parents Le tacaíocht Údarás na Gaeltachta

Bingo Mór i bPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne ar an nDomh 6ú Feabhra @ 7.30i.n. Alán duaiseanna ann.

Progressive 31 Card Drive: An Ghaeltacht Coiste na nÓg in Murphy’s Pub, Baile an Fheirtéaraigh, Dé Domhnach 6ú Feabhra 6pm.

Progressive 31 Card Drive: Dingle Coiste na nÓg Friday 11th February in Paul Geaney’s, at 9.00pm.

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

Contact Eva: 087-2712662.

Dingle Historical Society presents Narrow Gauge Railways: The Archaeology of Social Change in 19th Century Munster. A lecture by Edel Barry, Mphil in the Dingle Library, Green St. on Thurs 3rd February, 7.30pm.
All welcome – Fáilte roimh gach éinne – Visitors welcome
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.

Reading and Praying the Gospel of Matthew

Fr. Seamus O’Connell, a priest of the Diocese of Kerry and presently Professor of Sacred Scripture in St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth will lead us in Reading and Praying the Gospel of Matthew on Friday February 4th 7.30p.m. – 9.15 p.m. and Saturday Feb 2011, 10.00 a.m.—1.00 p.m. in John Paul II Pastoral Centre, Rock Road, Killarney. There is a cost of €10. Please bring a Bible or the Gospel of Matthew. To register or for further information, telephone: 064–6632644 or email: francesrowland@dioceseofkerry.ie

Seachtain na Scoileanna Caitliceacha

In Catholic Schools Week 2011 we reflect on what it is to be rooted in Jesus Christ. Jesus was a teacher. His followers call him teacher forty-five times in the Gospels. They perceive him as someone who could teach them, from whom they could learn. The questions and requests they made of him echo in our schools today.

“Teacher, give us a sign;

Teacher, teach us to pray;

Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?

Teacher, which is the greatest commandment?”

Pope Benedict XVI asks children and

young people to root their lives in Christ. ‘Seek a personal relationship with him within the

communion of his Church, for he will never betray your trust! He alone can satisfy your deepest

longings and give your lives their fullest meaning by directing them to the service of others. Keep

your eyes fixed on Jesus and his goodness, and shelter the flame of faith in your hearts.’

An old Irish proverb says that ‘a wet and windy May fills the barn with corn and hay’. Seeds are

sown in Spring. As stem and stalk burst through the earth they are exposed to the weather.

Rain and wind in May can batter and beat this young growth but the hidden roots beneath the

surface grow stronger precisely because life is not easy above ground. The pulling and jarring

determines whether this young life can survive in the real world. If we remain rooted in Christ

then despite the vagaries of the weather and the difficult conditions in which we live, we can

look forward to a rich harvest.

The Catholic School …

  • Has at its heart the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ
  • Builds an environment of care and concern for others that is rooted in Catholic social teaching
  • Creates a safe and happy learning environment where every child is encouraged and enabled to develop to their full and unique potential as human beings, made in the image and likeness of God
  • Seeks educational excellence while remaining faithful to their distinctive vision and approach
  • Is an inclusive and respectful community, welcoming children of all denominations and of none
  • Acknowledges the role of parents as the first teachers in the ways of faith and provides opportunities for their participation in the life of the school
  • Works in partnership with parents and the parish community to keep the light of faith burning brightly
  • Provides religious education programmes that confirm and deepen the child’s understanding of the Catholic faith so that every child will be as articulate in their faith as in all other areas of the curriculum
  • Nurtures the child’s appreciation and understanding of the sacramental life of the Church
  • Displays the symbols of our rich Catholic faith tradition
  • Spends time as a school community in reflection, prayer, ritual, celebrating the Eucharist and other sacraments to develop the spiritual life of each person in the school community.

Naomh Bríd – Feabhra 1ú

Déantar uisce coisricthe a chroitheadh ar chrosa Bhríde agus deirtear an phaidir seo.

‘Go raibh beannacht an Athar, an Mhic is an Spiorad Naoimh ar na crosa seo, ar na háiteanna ina bhfuil siad agus ar gach duine a fhéachann orthu.’

Dáiltear iad ansin agus deirtear an phaidir seo:

‘Go dtuga lasair Bhríde spreagadh duit.

Go dtuga crios Bhríde slánú duit.

Go dtuga cruthaíocht Bhríde slí duit.’

Prayer

Lord, you inspired in St. Brigid such

wholehearted dedication to your work that

she is known as Mary of the Gael; through her intercession bless our country: may we follow the example of her life and be united with her and the Virgin Mary in your presence.

St. Blaise – Feabhra 3ú

Blessing of Throats will take place at the 10am and 7.30pm Masses on Thursday

Through the intercession of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr, may God deliver you from every disease of the throat and from every other illness:

In the name of the Father, and the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

 

St. Blaise, pray for us that we may not suffer from illnesses of the throat and pray that all who are suffering be healed by God’s love. Amen.

 

Pilgrimage to Northumbria

An Díseart

Sunday 17 – Sunday 24 July 2011

Flying out from Cork airport the Pilgrimage tour will follow the footsteps of Aidan and the Irish monks from Iona who in 635 AD initiated a mission to the Kingdom of Northumbria., in the North East of England, and in the short space of 30 years established the Church as a centre for missionary outreach to the rest of England and indeed to the Continent of Europe.

The Pilgrimage will take us from Lindisfarne to Whitby; from the wonderful Romanesque Cathedral of Durham to the spectacular Gothic York Minster; from Aidan’s Parish Church and Oswald’s Castle Bamburgh to Cuthbert’s Church on the Farne Islands; from Bede’s Monastery to the “World of St Bede” in Jarrow.  Visiting these historic and holy places within the rich agricultural land and beautiful

scenery of Northumbria should prove a breathtaking and inspirational event.

Group limited to 25, Cost €700. More details next week, contact An Díseart 9152476 for booking.

 


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