Posted by: naomhmuire | 22/10/2011

Fógraí / Newsletter 23rd October 2011

An Tríochadú Domhnach Saor 23/10/2011
Pray for Muiris Ó Rócháin, Sráid na Cathrach, Co. an Chláir agus Sráid Eoin; Thomas Moloney, Kilkee, Co. an Chláir; Peter Flannery, Ashmount Terrace; Michéal Ó Lúing, Fán a fuair bás i Minnesota. Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is Fr. Tomás Ó Luanaigh: 066-9151208.
MASSES/AIFRINN
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Sat. 22ú 8.00pm Mary O’Sullivan, Burnham, CB.
Sun/Domh 23ú 9.00am Íde Leen, (Ní Chléirigh), Cill Áirne late of Bridge Street, CB.
11.30am Funeral Mass for Peter Flannery, R.I.P.
Mon/Luan 24ú 4.00pm Coláiste Íde
7.30pm Betty Teahan, Marian Park, CB.
Tue/Máirt 25ú 10.00am
7.30pm Muiris Ó Rocháin, R.I.P.
Wed/Cead 26ú 7.30pm Jim and Margaret O’Dowd, Garfiney, CB.
Thur/Déard 27ú 10.00am Pádraig O’Sullivan, Cluais Móir, CB.
7.30pm Donnacha Ó Ceilleacháir, Baile na nAtha, Máire Ní Cheilleacháir, Leathaoibh, CB.
Fri/Aoine 28ú 10.00am
7.30pm Oweny O’Flaherty, Milltown, CB.
Sat/Sath. 29ú 10.00am Owen Curley, CB and deceased members of the O’Donoghue and Curley Families.
8.00pm Michael and Mary Rayel and their son Patrick, Garfiney, CB.
Sun/Domh 30ú 9.00am Fr. Noel Griffin, Main St., MM.
11.30am M.P.P.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Tues & Wed 10.30am – 10.00pm Friday 10.30 – 11.30am.
Confessions: Sat. 10.30am – 11.00am & after Vigil Masses.
NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL
Sun/Domh. 23ú 10.00am Mary Curran, Minard, CB.
Sun/Domh 30ú 10.00am Tim Devane, Glen Minard, CB.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Domh. 23ú 10.30r.n. Caoimhín Ó Cinnéide, Chill Mhic an Domhnaigh, MM.
Domh. 30ú 10.30r.n. Muintir Uí Chatháín, Chill Mhic an Domhnaigh, CB.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
Offertory Collection
Weekly Envelopes: €1,196; Cash: €834;
Total: €2,030. Míle buíochas.
Diocesan Collection for the Propagation of the Faith will be taken up this weekend 22nd/23rd October as a second collection after communion.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(29ú /30ú Deireadh Fómhar)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 3; Collectors’ Team 3; Church Cleaners’ Team 3. Readers: 8.00p.m. Pat O’Connor; 9.00a.m. Michéal Ó Conchúir; 11.30a.m. Margaret Graham. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Mary Devane agus Máiréad Uí Gháirbhí. Léitheoir: Cathy Ní Ghrifín. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Siobhán Uí Shé. Léitheoir: Áine Uí Chathasaigh.
NB: Winter Time begins next weekend October 30th, clocks go back 1 hour. “Fall Back”.
Dues Envelopes
The Autumn Stations and November List Envelopes have been distributed. Buíochas to the Teagmhálaí who distribute them on behalf of the Parish. Buíochas ó chroí for your great generosity. Spare Autumn and November Dead envelopes and list are available at the back of the three Parish Churches.
Fógraí
Dingle Bord na nÓg: Cake sale in Gairdín Mhuire on Saturday October 29th starting at 11am in aid of Dingle Bord na nÓg. Your help and support would be gratefully appreciated.
Solas na Coinnile Project – Charity Ball in the Earl of Desmond Hotel, Tralee, Sat. Nov. 5th. Info from 066-7121299.
Kerry Stroke Support Group, next meeting in Baile Mhuire Day Care Centre, Balloonagh, Tralee on Friday 28th October 2011 at 11.30am to 1pm.
Introducing the New Missal on Nov. 27th
What should we, as a faith community, reflect on as we prepare to use the new Missal?
We have been praying our current texts for over thirty-five years. Moving to new texts will be a challenge and will require that we exercise patience and support for one another. Priests and people, musicians and other involved in preparing the liturgy all need to work together to make the change as easy as it can be.
Ultimately we need to remember that the words of our liturgy are crucial – we pray as we believe. But when we pray the Mass we do more than recite words – those words are recited in the context of all the actions, symbols and people of the liturgy. As we work towards implementing the changes, may we keep in mind the bigger task of which the words of the Missal are a part: namely, the Mystery of our Faith, the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ made present for us in the Eucharist. (to be continued)
Dingle Liturgy Group meeting on Wed. October 26th at 8pm in the Sacristy.
Pattern Masses 2011
11.00a.m. Dé hAoine 25ú Samhain – Lá Chaitlíona.
“Life in the Spirit Seminars” will be held in the Presbytery over the next 7 Thurs evenings at 8pm. Ms. Grace Condra will speak during this weekend’s Masses inviting you to partake. She will outline the proposed programme covering the following topics week by week:
27/10 – God’s Love 3/11 – Salvation
10/11 – The New Life 17/11 – Receiving God’s Gift 24/11 – Baptised in the Spirit 1/12 – Growth
8/12 – Transformation in Christ “Spiorad Dé ionainn”.
Sruthlú Naomh Muire
To view live video streaming coverage follow the link on http://www.naomhmuire.wordpress.com/video
PS. The late Fr. Tommy Lynch’s family from Canada expressed their gratitude having followed last weekend’s liturgy in St. Mary’s.
Toghchán: Déardaoin seo chughainn –
Dualgais na Saoránach
2239 Is é dualgas na saoránach a gcion a dhéanamh mar aon leis na húdaráis shibhialta ar mhaithe le leas na sochaí i spiorad na fírinne, na córach, na comhpháirtíochta agus na saoirse. An grá tíre agus umhlóid na hathartha, is de dhualgas na hadmhála comaoine iad agus d’ord na carthanachta. Éilíonn an ghéillsine do na húdaráis dhlisteanacha agus freastal an leasa choitinn, éilíonn sin ar shaoránaigh an beart is dual dóibh a chaitheamh i saol chomhluadar na polaitíochta.
(Caiticiosma na hEaglaise Caitlicí)
Cóineartú / Confirmation 2012
All Confirmation candidates together with their parents / guardians are asked to take the front seats at one of this weekend’s three Parish Confirmation Programme Masses. Please take away with you, a copy of our Sunday Message Newsletter.
Confirmation will take place on Tuesday March 20th, 2011 at 3.30pm in St. Mary’s Church.

Dear Candidates & Families,
We will soon begin the month of November with the feasts of All Saints (1 Nov) and All Souls (2 Nov). We remember the great examples of Christian life and we pray for our beloved dead, asking God to welcome them into His Heavenly Kingdom.
The saints are those men and women who followed Christ in this life and who are now in heaven praying for us. Each saint has a different story – some of them were priests and missionaries who brought the Word of God to people. Others were famous for working with the poor. Some gave their life as martyrs by choosing to face death rather than give up their faith. The fact that each saint is so different reminds us that even though we all have different gifts and talents, we are all called to be saints by serving God and following Christ in our own life.
There are thousands of saints whose names are known to us: Our Lady, St Joseph, St Patrick, St Brendan, etc… But there are countless millions of unknown saints who followed Christ faithfully, but whose names are forgotten. We remember them especially on Nov. 1st.
We pray for all the dead on Nov. 2nd. Through baptism, we are all made into Christ’s body, so while we can ask the prayers of the saints, we can also pray for the dead – asking that they may be fully cleansed from sin, so that they too can enter the fullness of joy in heaven.
This month of October is also the Month of Mission. We are asked to remember the work of missionaries throughout the world who bring the Good News of Jesus Christ and who carry out the mission of Christ by their care and compassion for the people they meet. Because we are all part of Christ’s Body, we have a responsibility to support one another, and in particular help those who are most in need. This year, candidates for Confirmation in the Diocese are asked to support the Children’s Project in Turkana, Kenya.
To do at home
· Make a ‘Sacred Space’ at home with your Confirmation Crucifix.
· Write a list of your family’s beloved dead. Keep one copy of the list in your Sacred Space, along with any memorial cards or other reminders of the dead you will be remembering during November. Bring another copy of the list to Mass on November 13th when we will pray for all our dead.
Carefully choose the Patron Saint whose name you will take. Complete the worksheet & choose a particular Christian Quality of that saint you wish to imitate.
NB: Please note next joint liturgy is on Nov. 13th.

HOLY SOULS – NOVEMBER MASSES
Holy Souls – November Masses will be celebrated in our 3 Parish churches, in Dingle Hospital, Pobalscoil Corca Dhuibhne agus Coláiste Íde remembering all those named by you in our Parish November Lists.
You will find the purple coloured list in the envelope delivered to your homes this week.
Please fill in this list and return with your customary November Offering at your earliest convenience. Extra envelopes & lists are available at the back of the 3 Parish Churches or any envelope will suffice. The 7.30pm Mass of Wednesday November 2nd in St. Mary’s, Dingle will also be offered for the Holy Souls.
Remembering Those Who Died Since Nov. ‘10
Cuimhneachán na bhfíréan
“Blessed are those who have died in the Lord”
Friday Nov. 4th. Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil, 8.00p.m. for all who died in the last year.
Bridget Gormley; Caroline O’Sullivan; Mary Brosnan;
Joan Griffin; Seamus Begley; Chrissie O’Sullivan.
Monday Nov. 7th Naomh Muire, 7.30p.m. for all who died in the last year.
Margaret Kavanagh; Maureen Geaney;
Dr. Michéal Fionnáin; Mary Rose Murphy;
Gerard O’Connor; Margaret McCarthy; Mary Rohan;
Tom Walsh; Batt Hanafin; Catherine Hanafin;
John Griffin; Tommy Hoare; Seán Baker;
John O’Connor; Patty Atty Moriarty; Murt Godfrey;
Patty O’Connor; Anne Walsh; Fr. Noel Griffin;
Aoife Ní Chriodháin; Fr. Tommy Lynch; Peter Flannery.
Dé Máirt Samh. 8ú Naomh Caitlín, Fionntrá, 7.30p.m. for all who died in the last year.
Alice Wallace; Maureen O’Connor; Gerry Flaherty;
Jack Kevane; Tess Sears; Muiris Ó Murchú;
Tina Frohlich; Denis Devane; Brid Patton;
Caoimhín Ó Cinnéide.
All parishioners who have died since Nov 1st 2010 will be especially remembered in Masses during the first week of November as above. All family members are invited to attend and at Guí an Phobail a family representative will light a commemorative candle as we name and pray for their faithful departed. Representatives are please asked to sit in the front seats. Please take the candle home at the end of Mass.
Parishioners who have lost a loved one, residing elsewhere, during that time are invited to notify the Parish Office if they also wish to commemorate their loved one by name in these memorial ceremonies. (Candles will be provided).
Now they can rest from their work for their good deeds go with them. (Rev 14:13)
GAA All-Stars 2011 – Comhghairdeas le Marc Ó Sé agus a chompánaigh ó Chiarraí a bheir an gradam ársa seo imbliana.
U.C.C. – Comhghairdeas le Pól Ó Géibheannaigh, Dara Ó Súilleabháin agus Séamus Ó h-Ainiféin agus a gcompánaigh a bheir an croabh (Sigerson and S.F.C. Chorcaí) imbliana

MISSION SUNDAY – “TOGETHER IN FAITH”
Each year Mission Sunday is celebrated throughout the world to raise awareness of the Church’s Mission, its universality and total inclusivity. Today the Church asks that all peoples and all nations work “together in faith”.
Once a year, on Mission Sunday, the Pope asks us to show our support for the missionary work in the younger Churches throughout the world, especially those in greatest need. Pope Benedict tells us “Faith is strengthened when it is given to others!”
Every one of our 1,762 Irish missionaries will tell you of the importance of the support they receive from the Irish people, both spiritually and financially. They feel a togetherness and connection with you at home as they go about their missionary work.
Mission Sunday is the one specific day annually we, as individuals, get the opportunity to show these wonderful missionaries that we are truly together with them in mission Today we demonstrate this clearly in two ways:
1. By prayer
2. By donating whatever we can to today’s Mission Collection.
All monies, every cent, collected today will be distributed universally to support some 1,100 mission Dioceses throughout the world. We understand that in these difficult economic times there are many pressures on our personal finances and ask you to please give as generously as you can.
On behalf of our Irish missionaries and all missionaries we ‘Thank You for your support’. “Go méadaí Dia bhur stór.”


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