Posted by: naomhmuire | 28/07/2012

Fógraí / Newsletter 29th July 2012

An Seachtú Domhnach Déag Saor 29/7/2012
Pray for Mary Brosnan, née Graham, Athlone and late of Station Row; Mary Hickson, née Daffy, Fermoy, Co. Cork; Hannah Hussey, née Rohan, Maharees; Dr. Friedhelm Pohl, Maumagrane and Germany.
Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. Michael Hussey: 066-7139145.
MASSES/AIFRINN
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Sat/Sath. 28ú 8.00pm Aloysius Kavanagh, Tubber, CB.
Sun/Domh 29ú 11.30am M.P.P.
Mon/Luan 30ú No Mass.
Tue/Máirt 31ú 10.00am Keith Conlon, Crawley, London, R.I.P.
7.30pm NO 7.30pm Mass in St. Mary’s – 8.00pm: Mass in Kinard Cemetery.
Wed/Cead 1ú 7.30pm Mary Ann Kane and Nora Hannafin, CB.
Thur/Déard 2ú 10.00am Danny Mombourqette, R.I.P.
Fri/Aoine 3ú 10.00am Timothy Moriarty, Inch, CB.
7.30pm Kitty McDonnell, CB and her husband John Paul, Lough.
Sat/Sath 4ú 8.00pm Pat O’Connor, Cahernaphuca, 1ú CB.
Sun/Domh 5ú 11.30am M.P.P.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Dingle Hospital Oratory: Monday 10.30am – 11.30am.
St Mary’s: Tues and Wed 10.30am – 10pm.
1st 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.29ú 10.00am Maurice and Jim Griffin, Tubber, CB.
Sun/Domh.5ú 10.00am Con Fitzgerald, Banogue & Carlow, MM
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Satharn 28ú 6:15i.n. Michael and Eileen Long and daughter Nuala O’Reilly, Cavan, CB.
Satharn 4ú 6:15i.n. Harry Ó Lúing, CB agus a bhean Katherine Uí Lúing.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
Offertory Collection
Weekly Envelopes: €1,194; Cash: €1,332;
Total: €2,526. Dioc. Collection for the Sick and Retired Priests €3,226 to date. Míle buíochas.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(4ú/5ú Lúnasa)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 3; Collectors’ Team 3; Church Cleaners’ Team 3. Readers: Vigil: Dónal Ó Ciobháin; 11.30a.m. Fómhar na Farraige. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Máiréad Uí Chathasaigh agus Yvonne Ní Mhainín. Léitheoir: Coiste Féile Lios Póil. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Pádraig Firtéar. Léitheoir: Scoláirí Samhraidh.
First Friday Calls: Fr. Tomás will make his Communion calls in Fr. Bernard’s areas on Thursday and Friday while Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist will visit the homes in Dingle.
Pattern / Open Air Cemetery Masses 2012
8.00p.m. Dé Máirt 31ú Iúil – Reilig Cinn Aird.
8.00p.m. Dé Máirt 7ú Lúnasa – Reilig Garfinney.
8.00p.m. Dé Máirt 21ú Lúnasa – Reilig Ráithín a’ Thuaidh.
7.30p.m. Dé Céadaoin 29ú Lúnasa – Patrún na Mináirde, Tobar Eoin Baiste.
11.00a.m. Dé Sath 29ú Meán Fómh. – Tobar Mhichíl.
10.30a.m. Dé Domh. 25ú Samhain – Lá Chaitlíona.
Please notify former Parishioners now resident outside our Parish who may wish to participate.
Fógraí
Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes, 2nd – 7th September led by Bishop Bill Murphy. Application forms & Info.: Janice at 064 7758219 or email: joskpd@eircom.net.
Pioneer Group Photo: Anyone wishing to get a copy of the Pioneer Group photo can contact Marian O’Flaherty on 087-7631570.
Irish Heart Foundation – Church gate collection will be held next weekend Aug 4th/5th in Dingle and Fionn Trá.
Irish Cancer Society: Church gate collection will be held next weekend Aug 5th in Lispole.
Beehive Theatre Company – presents the comedy “Moll” by John B. Keane on Thursdays and Sundays at 8pm in Cúilín. Tickets €15/€10 at Dingle Bookshop.
Kerry Hospice would like to thank all who contributed to their recent Church gate collection.
Fómhar na Farraige / Fómhar na Feirme
11.30am Sunday August 5th – Fómhar na Farraige;
11.30am Sunday August 19th – Fómhar na Feirme;
Féile Lios Póil
Dé hAoine 3ú Lúnasa: Oscailt Oifigiúil ag Dr. Clare O’Leary ar 7:30pm sa Blúiríní Blasta. Costas €5.
Dé Sathairn 4ú Lúnasa: Rás an Stricín
10: 30 r.n. Clárú don Rás – Cead iontrála €5
11:00 r.n. An Rás: Rith Spraoiúil/ “Fun Run” ó Lios Deargáin go barr An Stricín; Rí agus Banríon an Stricín; Lean treoracha na maoir.
11:45 r.n. Bronnfar na duaiseanna i mBlúiríní Blasta ina dhiaidh agus beidh sólaistí ar fáil.
2:00 i.n. Tóir chiste i nGluaisteáin.
Ag tosnú ó Halla Lios Póil €20 an ghluaisteáin.
7:30 i.n. Comórtas Bhréagfheistis
(Fancy Dress Competition) i Halla Lios Póil.
10.30 i.n Cibeal Cois Caisleáin: Léas solais ar an gCaisleán don ócáid. Caisleán na Mináirde will be floodlit, ceol, amhráin agus scéalta ón mBéaloideas on the grounds of the castle. Costas : Saor in aisce.
“Let the Games begin …….”
“In the true spirit of sportsmanship and fairplay.”
· Ráth Dé ar gach duine páirteach san 30ú Olympiad i Londain.
· Craobh na hÉireann 2012 go n-éirí go geal le peileadóirí na Ríochta agus an lucht leanúna i Luimneach.
· Regatta Fionntrá – tosnófar an chéad rás ar 1.45i.n., ó 1.00i.n.; ar an dtráigh beidh comórtas Togáil Caisleán / Ealaín Trá; Spórt do Chlanna ar a 3.00i.n.; Cic Fada ar a 4.30i.n.; Feis Rince ar 5.00i.n.; Chaitheamh cruite; baileoidh na filí ar an sráid bhaile, áit ina mbeidh comórtas cumadóireacht filíochta ar a 6.00i.n., is é “An Aimsir” an ábhair i mbliana.
A thilleadh eolas ar regattafionntra.org
“Communion with Christ and with One Another”
A Phobal na Páirte,
Travelling together across Lyrecompane following the Munster Junior Final victory of Dromid Pearses in Moyvane Fr. John Ahern phoned Fr. Ken O’Riordan to commission an article on the forthcoming Congress for his Manchester Parish Annual. As we bring you his wonderful Congress reflection, we also ask your prayers for Fr. Ken who died in Killarney on July 17th last. Méadú a ghlóir sna flaithis. Fr. Tomás
A Symbol of Early Irish Christianity
The Bell is one of the great symbols of early Irish Christianity – it marks the change between the old Celtic Warrior world of the Druids, the heroes of old and the new vision brought by the prophet Patrick. Patrick’s Bell sounded out, inviting people to follow the voice of Christ rather than the voice of the more ancient, powerful and in many ways fascinating and seductively beautiful voice of the Celtic world of his day. His invitation, partially accepted, was also resisted and in many ways continues to be resisted. In the ancient poetry the image was offered of the struggle between the Blackbird and the Bell. The blackbird, very beautiful with a lovely song, yet savage – red in tooth and claw in contrast with the call to deep peace and reconciliation coming from the Bell. The tension and the invitation to reject the Bell is captured in the poem “Beautiful – the Blackbird of Doire an Chairn”. Below are the first and last verse of the poem.
Beautiful – blackbird of Doire an Chairn
Nowhere on earth have I heard
A lovelier music than yours
There as you guard your nest.

When Fionn and the Fianna lived
They loved the hills, not hermit-cells.
Blackbird speech is what they loved
Not the sound, unlovely, of your bells.
Here are the words of some young people from the Dingle Peninsula reflecting on the sound of the Bell: –
“The Bell isn’t just any bell. The bell is calling everyone and inviting people to Mass. My school went to see the Bell and it reminded everyone about the importance of our Faith. The Bell has travelled all over Ireland.”
“The Eucharistic Congress Bell is part of our history and our religion. The Bell means to listen to God. The Bell is a key symbol of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress. Saint Patrick used a bell to get people to listen to him about the word of God. It’s origins are the Dominican Convent of Portstewart, Co. Down.”
“On Tuesday my school went to see the Bell at twelve o’clock near the pier. Fr. Bernard was an organiser. It is a religious bell that gathers everyone together and to remind us how important going to Mass is and how important God is in our lives.”
“St. Patrick went around telling people about God. I think the Bell is a good way to call people back to pray. Many people have left praying and do not do it anymore. This is what I think the Bell means.”
“This is what the Bell means to me: It calls back the people to the Church that said they were too busy with money. I think it will bring a new renewal.”
To be cont’d.
(Fr. Ken O’Riordan: The Emissary 2011 – Manchester)
Tréad Limistéar Corca Dhuibhne
Saturday/ Dé Sathairn
6.15pm Fionn Trá
6.45pm An Clochán
7.00pm Annascaul
7.30pm Dún Chaoin
8.00pm (all year) Dingle
Sunday/ Dé Domhnaigh
10.00am Lios Póil
10.00am Baile an Fheirtéaraigh
10.30am Castlegregory
10.45am Inch
11.15am Carraig
11.30am Dingle
12 noon Camp
Ceiliúrfar Aifreann 11:30r.n. as Gaeilge ar an gcéad Domhnach gach mí agus i nGaeilge agus i mBéarla ar gach Domhnach eile.
Aifrinn i rith na seachtaine Naomh Muire:
Dé Luain: 4.00i.n Coláiste Íde (le linn an téarma);
Dé Máirt: 10.00r.n. (as Gaeilge);
Dé Céadaoin: 11.00r.n. Ospidéal agus 7:30i.n.
Déardaoin: 10.00r.n. (as Gaeilge);
Dé hAoine: 10.00r.n. (ar an gCéad Aoine amháin) 7.30i.n. (cnuasach intinní le chéile ó Meán Fómhar).
An tAthair Bernard: Aifreann Buíochais agus Slán
Our Parish Pastoral Council invites you all to Séipéal Naomh Muire on Saturday September 8th next for a Farewell to Fr. Bernard with Aifreann at 8.00pm followed by Oíche Cheiliúradh in Pobalscoil Corca Dhuibhne where a presentation will be made. Envelopes will be distributed to homes in the Parish over the next few weeks for those of you who wish to be associated with our Parish Farewell to Fr. Bernard as he moves to St. John’s, Tralee.
Visiting or Retired Priests’ Dinner
Bishop Liam Ó Murchú extends an invitation to the Annual Dinner for Priests who are at home from abroad which will be held in the Parish Centre, Church of the Resurrection, Park Road, Killarney on August 7th at 6.30pm. An invitation is also extended to priests who have retired from abroad and are now living in Ireland. Please contact 064-6631168 as soon as possible.
At Prayer Before the Blessed Sacrament
Outside the church the noisy traffic flows past.
People rush hither and thither.
But I have left that world behind
and I am here before you, Lord.
I do not exclude my brothers and sisters.
I bring them with me,
for I know that they are equally dear to you.
I have nothing. Yet I know that because I have you,
I have everything.
I close my mind and open my heart,
and so I am at peace.
Here I experience my true worth, which consists,
not in my possessions or achievements,
but in knowing that I am loved by you.
(New Sunday and Holy Day Liturgies: Flor McCarthy SDB)


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