Posted by: naomhmuire | 04/02/2012

Fógraí / Newsletter 5th February 2012

An Cúigiú Domhnach Saor 5/2/2012
Pray for Tom Bambury, Kenmare. Solas síoraí dá anam.
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. Bernard Healy – 066-9151208.
MASSES/AIFRINN
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Sat. 4ú 7.30pm Johnny and Kathleen Kennedy, Garfiney, CB.
Sun/Domh 5ú 9.00am Nora and Patrick Wallace, Báile Móir, CB
11.30am M.P.P.
Mon/Luan 6ú 4.00pm Coláiste Íde.
7.30pm Margaret Martin, CB.
Tue/Máirt 7ú 10.00am
7.30pm Teresa Keaney, London, CB.
Wed/Cead 8ú 7.30pm Bill, Christine and Tom Noonan, The Grove, CB.
Thur/Déard 9ú 10.00am
7.30pm Patrick, Catherine and Joe Curran, The Mall, CB.
Fri/Aoine 10ú 10.00am Faye O’Halloran, Ballyeightra, CB.
7.30pm Maura O’Sullivan, John St., CB.
Sat/Sath. 11 10.00am 20th World Day of the Sick.
7.30pm Mary Moriarty, Inch, CB.
Sun/Domh 12ú 9.00am Catherine & Robert Casey, Burnham, CB
11.30am M.P.P.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Dingle Hospital Oratory: Monday 10.30am – 11.30am.
St Mary’s: Tues & Wed 10.30am – 10.00pm
Friday 10.30 – 11.30am. “Come and See” says the Lord.
Confessions: Sat. 10.30am – 11.00am & after Vigil Masses.

NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL
Sun/Domh. 5ú 10.00am Siobhán and Máire Galvin and deceased members of the Galvin and Griffin Families, CB.
Sun/Domh 12ú 10.00am Johnny and Eileen Moriarty, Ballinasare, CB.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Domh. 5ú 10.30r.n. Rory O’Sullivan, MM, Hebron, CT, US
Domh. 12ú 10.30r.n. Mae agus Tomás Ó Murchú, Cathair an Treantaigh, CB.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon

Offertory Collection
Weekly Envelopes: €1,118; Cash: €703;Total: €1,821.
Diocesan Collection for Lourdes Helpers will be taken up this weekend the 7th/8th of February as a second collection after Communion. Míle buíochas.

Our Mission Crib Collections
The Crib Christmas offerings from our 3 Parish Churches amounts to €3,270. Dingle Parish Pastoral Council will forward it in your name to Fr. Billy Lovett, who is ministering in Marble Ray, South Africa and Sr. Mary (Gregory) Lucey, formerly of Presentation Convent Dingle, in Zambia. Míle buíochas for all your donations.
Church Cleaners: If there are any Parishioners, male or female, who would be willing to give 1 hour a month to help clean St. Mary’s Church could they please contact the Parish Office on 066-9151208.

An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(11ú/12ú Feabhra)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 2; Collectors’ Team 2; Church Cleaners’ Team 2. Readers: Vigil: Tadgh Ó Coileáin. 9.00a.m. Cláir Uí Loingshigh; 11.30a.m. Margaret Graham.
LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Mairéad Uí Chathasaigh. Léitheoir: Teresa Uí Mhuircheartaigh.
FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Pádraig Firtéar;
Léitheoir: Pádraig Firtéar.

NB: Fógra: Beidh Comórtas Féile Páidí Ó Sé ar siúl ag seire na míosa 24ú – 26ú Feabhra 2012. Beidh Aifreann na Féile á cheiliúradh i Séipéal Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá Dé Domhnach 26ú Feabhra ar a 10.00r.n. a chloig imbliana. Beidh breis eolais san “Sunday Message” Dé Domhnach seo chugainn.

Fógraí
Bingo i bPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne oíche Dé Domh. 5ú Feabhra @ 7.30 p.m. Go leor duaiseanna ar fáil.

31 Progressive Card Drive – in O’Sullivan’s, Garrynadur for the Pobalscoil Corn Uí Mhuirí team on Friday Feb 10th at 9pm.

Dingle Senior Citizens Annual Social will be held in The Dingle Skellig Hotel on Sunday February 12th at 2pm. Tickets €10 and are on sale in Gairdín Mhuire.

Free Tinnitus service will be held Monday 13th February at Dingle Medical Centre, 11.30am – 1pm & 2 – 3.00pm.

Divine Mercy Conference – Saturday 18th –Sunday 19th February in the R.D.S., Ballsbridge. Booking on 01-8313119.

Carmelite Vocation: Experience our cloistered contemplative life during a Monastic Weekend 10th-12th February 2012 at the Carmelite Monastery, Delgany, Co Wicklow. See Poster on Church Porch.

Art and Drawing Course: Tuesdays 10am – 12am for 8 weeks by the Kerry Educ Services, tutor Andrew Duggan. Costs €45. Contact Andrew 085-7853651 to book.

Kerry Samaritans: Recruitment session information evening will be held in the Carlton Hotel, Tralee on Wednesday 15th February at 8pm. Information 066-7122566.

Volunteer for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress
The 50th International Eucharistic Congress 2012 (IEC2012) will take place in Dublin 10th – 17th June 2012. The Congress is recruiting some 2,000-3,000 volunteers for a wide range of roles such as administration, data entry, stewards, marketing, transport, meet & greet, multimedia, pastoral preparation and much more! If you would like to get involved please visit the IEC2012 website http://www.iec2012.ie/volunteer and fill out an online application or request an application form from the Congress office. For more information please contact the IEC2012 offices on (01) 2349900 or volunteeradmin@iec2012.ie

Do This In Memory
Déanaigí É Seo i gCuimhne
Our next joint liturgy will be on next weekend, February 11th/12th. Please bring your candles for 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.

20th World Day of The Sick
Feb. 11th Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes
“Stand up and go; your faith has saved you” (Lk 17:19)
From a reading of the Gospels it emerges clearly that Jesus always showed special concern for sick people. He not only sent out his disciples to tend their wounds (cf. Mt 10:8; Lk 9:2; 10:9) but also instituted for them a specific sacrament: the Anointing of the Sick. The Letter of James attests to the presence of this sacramental act already in the first Christian community (cf. 5:14-16): by the Anointing of the Sick, accompanied by the prayer of the elders, the whole of the Church commends the sick to the suffering and glorified Lord so that he may alleviate their sufferings and save them; indeed she exhorts them to unite themselves spiritually to the passion and death of Christ so as to contribute thereby to the good of the People of God.
This sacrament deserves greater consideration today both in theological reflection and in pastoral ministry among the sick. Through a proper appreciation of the content of the liturgical prayers that are adapted to the various human situations connected with illness, and not only when a person is at the end of his or her life (cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1514), the Anointing of the Sick should not be held to be almost “a minor sacrament” when compared to the others. Attention to and pastoral care for sick people, while, on the one hand, a sign of God’s tenderness towards those who are suffering, on the other brings spiritual advantage to priests and the whole Christian community as well, in the awareness that what is done to the least, is done to Jesus himself (cf. Mt25:40).
As regards the “sacraments of healing”, Saint Augustine affirms: “God heals all your infirmities. Do not be afraid, therefore, all your infirmities will be healed … You must only allow him to cure you and you must not reject his hands” (Exposition on Psalm 102, 5; PL 36, 1319-1320). These are precious instruments of God’s grace which help a sick person to conform himself or herself ever more fully to the mystery of the death and resurrection of Christ. (Message for Pope Benedict’s World Day of the Sick).
Lá Fhéile Naomh Bláisias, 3ú Feabhra
Is comhartha é, beannú na scornach, dár gcreideamh i nDia a thugann aire dúinn agus a thugann grá do dhaoine atá tinn.
Beannú na Scornach
Trí idirghuí Naomh Bláisias, Easpag agus Mairtíreach, go gcosnaí Dia tú ó gach éalang scornaí agus ó gach tinneas eile, trí Chríost ár dTiarna. Amen

Seachtain na Scoileanna Caitliceacha 2012 Catholic Schools Week 29 Jan – Feb 4

Fr. Michael Drumm, executive chairperson of Catholic Schools Partnership (CSP), said the Government should be considering a strategic plan that would include the school community. 

“Nothing is more important than schools. Pupil teacher ratio is choking small schools slowly and surely.”
Eileen Flynn, general secretary of the Catholic Primary School Management Association (CPSMA) said “A blanket pupil teacher ratio policy that removes context or circumstances does not make sense, and we may regret it down the line.”
Savage cuts in Education
Spending on education needs to be ring-fenced. We are witnessing the spectacle of various interest within education being pitted against each other in a cynical attempt to make people do more with less. Children with special needs have been pitted against those from disadvantaged backgrounds. School guidance counsellors have been pitted against school chaplains. Educational stakeholders need to stand together and resist cuts to education. There are other savings that can and must be found elsewhere in Exchequer spending.
Children don’t get a second chance at education. We can’t turn around to children and tell them ‘it’s hard luck that you were born when you were’. Education, as has been known by generations of Irish people, is the path to freedom and, ultimately, the path to future prosperity.
Our children deserve better and parents know it and are making their voices heard. (Extracted from the Irish Catholic of February 2nd 2012)

Learn About The Faith With The RCIA
“Anybody, not Catholic, who would like to know more about the Catholic Faith is most welcome to come and join the RCIA group, who are now meeting regularly at the Díseart; if you are interested, or if you know somebody who is interested, in learning more about the Catholic Church and Faith please get in touch with your Parish Priest who will provide you with details of the meetings. Those interested will be most welcome to join the group when ever they feel ready to do so.” (The Corca Dhuibhne RCIA team). NB: Please contact the Presbytery for further information on 066-9151208.

The Blessing and Opening of Ospidéal Pobal Chorca Dhuibhne

Aire Sláinte Dr. James Reilly T.D. opened the new Hospital on Friday last. The Ecumenical Blessing was celebrated by Fr. Tomás Ó Luanaigh S.P. and Rev. Joe Hardy, Church of Ireland.

Guímis: 1. God of all consolation, your Son Jesus went about healing all manner of diseases; continue his work today through the Health Service Executive and the hands of all those who work for the sick. Give them knowledge and wisdom, patience and sympathy; and make fruitful their ministry.  A Thiarna, éist linn.

2. Send your blessing, Lord God, upon doctors, nurses, care and domestic staff, maintenance and security staff and all who assist them. Enable them to make progress against disease and illness, to ease the sufferings of the afflicted, and to encourage healthy living. May the gifts you have given them be used to restore the ill to health so that they may again work for your greater glory.   

3. Merciful Lord, comfort of those who believe in you, in humility we ask you to bless all those who are ill just as you came to the mother of St. Peter’ wife. Be with them and help them and when their health is restored, may their voices be raised in your Church in thanksgiving to you.   

4. God of mercy and eternal love we beg your blessing on all who have helped provide Ospidéal Phobail Chorca Dhuibhne, all donors and benefactors, all involved in design, planning and architecture, the contractors and all involved in the human work of this new creation.      Freagra: A Thiarna, bí  ceansa agus éist linn.

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