An Naoú Domhnach Saor 6/3/2011
Pray for Séamus Ó Muircheartaigh, Baile Bhfionnúrach; Sr. Brenda Greaney, Sráid an Doirín and The Mercy Convent, Waterford.
Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is Fr. Tomás Ó hÍceadha: 066-9156499.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
|Sun/Domh. 6ú||9.00am||Nan Long, Strand St., 1ú CB.|
|11.30am||M. P. P.|
|Mon/Luan 7ú||4.00pm||Coláiste Íde|
|7.30pm||Patrick Keaney, London, CB.|
|Tue/Máirt 8ú||10.00am||Private Intention|
|7.30pm||Eileen O’Connor, nee McKenna, New York and deceased members of the O’Connor Family, Upper Main St., CB.|
|Wed/Cead 9ú||10.00am||Ash Wednesday|
|Thur/Déard10ú||10.00am||John Patrick O’Leary, Chapel Lane, CB.|
|7.30pm||Agnes and Patrick O’Shea, CB.|
|Fri/Aoine 11ú||10.00am||Edith Jackman, CB.|
|7.30pm||Patrick O’Sullivan, The Mall, CB.|
|Sat/Sath. 12ú||10.00am||Jack Griffin, CB and deceased member of the Griffin Family, Mullinagleemig.|
|7.30pm||Maurice and Bridget Fitzgerald, CB and deceased members of the Fitzgerald Family , Baile an Fheirtéaraigh.|
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Tues & Wed 10.30am – 10.00pm Friday 10.30 – 11.30am
NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL
|Sun/Domh. 6ú||10.00am||Con Brosnan, Minard West, CB.|
|Wed/Cead 9ú||8.00pm||Ash Wednesday|
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
|Dé Céad. 9ú||8.00i.n.||Céadaoin an Luaithrigh|
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
Weekly Envelopes: €1,096; Cash: €880;
Total: €1,976. Míle buíochas.
Diocesan Collection for Emigrant Services will be taken up next weekend the 12th/13th March as a second collection after Communion.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 2; Collectors’ Team 2; Church Cleaners’ Team 2. Readers: 7:30pm: Paddy Browne; 9.00a.m. Séamus Ó Ceilleacháir; 11.30a.m. Pat O’Connor. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Yvonne Uí Mhainín agus Máiread Uí Chathasaigh. Léitheoir: Teresa Uí Mhuircheartaigh. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Caitlín Uí Mhurchú. Léitheoir: Eibhlín Uí Lúing.
Lios Póil Liturgy Group meeting immediately after 10.00am Mass today.
Progressive 31 Card Drive in O’Sullivan’s, Garrynadur on Friday March 11th at 9pm to raise funds for Christine Noonan who is going to work in a Children in Need Orphanage in Lesotho, Africa.
Table Quiz – CLG Lios Póil in O’Sullivan’s, Garrynadur on Wednesday March 16th at 8.30pm.
Bingo i bPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne 7.30 p.m. Domhnach 13ú Márta 2011. Duaiseanna breá ar fáil.
Coach to Knock Thursday 24th March, Night Vigil of The Annunciation of the Lord; Contact 066-7180123.
Marriage Encounter 8th – 10th April in The Lake Hotel Killarney – a marriage enrichment weekend for married couples. Booking/info: 064 6644319 or http://www.marraigeencounter.ie
Lost – any parishioner who may have found a sum of money mislaid last Wednesday is asked to contact the Parish Office please on 066-9151208.
Men Overcoming Violence MOVE is a structured groupwork programme for men who are or have been violent in an intimate relationship. For further info. the Kerry contact number is 086-0205856.
Pilgrimage to Northumbria
Sunday 17 – Sunday 24 July 2011
The Pilgrimage will follow the footsteps of St. Aidan. The Pilgrimage ex Cork will take us from Lindisfarne to Whitby; from the wonderful Romanesque Cathedral of Durham to the spectacular Gothic York Minster; from Bede’s Monastery to the “World of St Bede” in Jarrow and should prove an inspirational experience.
Group limited to 25, Cost is €700.
Contact Fr. Jim firstname.lastname@example.org; phone no: 0862625498 or Isabel Bennet at email@example.com; phone 9159012 or An Díseart at: 9152476.
The No Name Club
The No Name Club was set up in 1978 as an alternative to our pub culture it caters for young people from 2nd year to leaving cert. They are seeking adult leaders with an interest in working with young people in the Local area. Contact Anne Nagle 087 9049393 for further details. Their mission statement reads:
“No Name! Clubs respect the dignity, value and uniqueness of all young people. Supporting, advocating and helping to safeguard their inalienable right to enjoy life, feel respected and to mature without a reliance on alcohol and other drugs.”
Deireadh Seachtaine Caide Páidí Ó Sé
900,000 Fáilte roimh peileadóirí, chairde agus American Football atá inár measc le haghaidh Fhéile bhliantúil Pháidí Ó Sé. Fáilte Uí Cheallaigh rompu go léir agus a lucht leanúna ó ghach Cúige, ó Shasana agus ón U.S.A.
NB: Beidh Taispeántas Saothair an grianghrafadóir Eric Luke ón Irish Times á sheoladh ag Darragh Ó Sé i dtigh Pháidí ar 5.30i.n. Dé Domhnach 6ú Márta.
The Irish Bishops’ Drug Initiative issued the following statement for Temperance Sunday.
”Temperance is a virtue which can help us to moderate the attraction to substances like alcohol and so avoid excessive use.
Alcohol, when used in moderation, can be good and a part of our social life. However we must remember that alcohol is also the number one drug in our country, and does affect us in some way.
Consider some of these facts:
- Alcohol is a drug, and a drug changes the way the body works. It affects the mind, the body and emotions. Alcohol is a depressant.
- Alcohol affects every single person in Ireland today. We cannot deny this when we consider:
- One in three deaths on the road are alcohol related
- One in four of the most serious domestic abuse cases involve alcohol.
- One in four A&E Hospital admissions are alcohol related (Alcohol Action Ireland 2008).
Heavy drinking affects the health and well-being of many of our friends, family and neighbours and many experts associate depression, suicide, anxiety and increasing lack of self confidence with our increased consumption of alcohol.
Alcohol is everywhere in our society and approximately €55million is being spent by the Alcohol Industry convincing us through advertising that it is a necessary part of a successful lifestyle. It is unfortunate that our young people have to be bombarded with advertisements promoting alcohol products in so many sports arenas, at prime times on our televisions, in flyers distributed alongside so many promotions by pubs, off licenses and supermarkets.
We know anecdotally that every family is in some way affected by alcohol harm in Irish society. All of this tells us something which needs to register with us so that we can see that we can all do something to help, rather than waiting for Government to lead.
We are asked to pray this weekend for all living with addictions. Help is available – The Samaritans; The Pioneer Total Abstinence Association; and Alcoholics Anonymous can always be contacted. Let us pray for all those who find themselves in the grip of addictions of any kind; for families and those who give them help and support.
We think also of the work of the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association, The Pioneer Website explains: The spirituality of the association is based on prayer, self denial and reparation. Prayer for those who are suffering because of their own or others excess consumption of alcohol; and total abstinence as self denial and for the pain and damage done by excess use of alcohol. In their devotion to the Sacred Heart Pioneers strive to love unconditionally as Jesus does, learn to accept whatever crosses come their way, and reduce egotistical needs so that they can enter into closed communion with the Heart of Christ.
Contact local Pioneer members Kathleen Sheehy (087-6643152) and Sr. de Sales (066-9151194) for further information.
Ash Wednesday this year is on Wednesday, 9th of March. Masses with Imposition of Ashes will be celebrated as follows:
Dingle – N. Muire 10am & 7.30pm
Lios Póil – N. Eoin Baiste 8pm
Fionn Trá – N. Caitlín 8pm
Ash Wednesday is a day of Fast and Abstinence. Those aged between eighteen and sixty are called upon to fast on Ash Wednesday. Traditionally, this is done by taking only one small main meal and two snacks during the day. All aged 14 and over are bound to abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday.
Pope Benedict’s Lenten Message encourages us to pray for those who are preparing for baptism (Catechumens) this Easter and to use the period of Lent to reflect on our own baptismal calling:
A particular connection binds Baptism to Lent as the favorable time to experience this saving Grace. The Fathers of the Second Vatican Council exhorted all of the Church’s Pastors to make greater use “of the baptismal features proper to the Lenten liturgy”. In fact, the Church has always associated the Easter Vigil with the celebration of Baptism.
We pray for all those in our own parish who are getting ready for baptism and for parents who are getting ready to have their children baptised. We pray that our Lenten practices will deepen our own understanding of the Christian life.
Beannú an Luaithrigh
A Dhia, beannaigh an luaithreach seo atá le leagan ar ár gceann d’fhonn sinn a spreagadh chun aithrí.
Cuir do bheannacht, a Dhia, ar na daoine go leagfar an luaithreach seo ar a gceann. Go gcleachta siad aithrí an Charghais agus go dtuille siad teacht go ceiliúradh rúndiamhair na Cásca le croí glan ó gach smál. Sin é ár nguí chugat trí Chríost ár dTiarna. Áiméan.
Please consider giving one hour of your time once a month towards caring for St. Mary’s Church as we need more volunteers to complete our rota. Contact our Parish Office if you would like to become part of our devoted meitheal.
Corn Uí Mhuirí
Go n-éirí go geal le pheileadóirí Pobal Scoil Chorca Dhuibhne atá ag imirt i gcluiche cheannais na Mhumhan i Chorn Uí Mhuirí i gcoinne Coláiste Chríost Rí Dé Domhnach 6ú Márta ar a 2.30pm i Páirc Dr. Crócaigh, Lewis Rd., Cill Áirne.
A Thiarna, ofrálaim an cluiche seo duit.
Ofrálaim m’imirt duit mar urnaí agus
déanfaidh mo dhícheall.
Is tábhachtaí m’iompar ar an bpáirc inniu ná fuinneamh mo ghéag sa chluiche.
Má dheinim go maith cabhraigh liom
éirí in airde a sheachaint,
Mioscais má bhuaitear orainn agus fearg,
formad agus fíoch.
Ach, a Thiarna, táim ag tnúth leis an mbua.
Tabhair cúnamh dom, más ea, mo dhícheall a dhéanamh agus gur leor sin chun an chraobh a bhreith. AMEN