Posted by: naomhmuire | 19/01/2013

Fógraí / Newsletter 20th January 2013

Bliain an Chreidimh
An Dara Domhnach Saor 20ú Eanáir 2013
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. John Buckley – 066-9157103.
MASSES/AIFRINN
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Sat/Sath 19ú 8.00pm Kieran Bambury, Bridge Street, CB.
Sun 20ú 11.30am Missa Pro Populo.
Luain 21ú 4.00pm Coláiste Íde.
Máirt 22ú 10.00am For the intentions of all who sympathised with the Flannery Family, Upper Main St., on their recent bereavement.
Wed 23ú 7.30pm Johnny & Kathleen Kennedy, Garfiney, CB
Déard 24ú 10.00am Intinn Pearsanta.
Fri 25úMulti-Intentional 7.30pm (1) Michael and Joan O’Connor, CB.(2) Mai Dillon, Dykegate Street, her son Michael, Conor Pass Road and Dolly Bowler, Main Street, CB.
Sat/Sath 26ú 8.00pm Herbert and Mary O’Sullivan, The Mall, CB
Domh 27ú 11.30am Missa Pro Populo.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Dingle Hospital Oratory: Monday 10.30am – 11.30am.
St Mary’s: Tues and Wed 10.30am – 10pm.
Thurs 10.30 – 11.30am except when there is a First Friday, it will be on that Friday. “Come and See” says the Lord.
Confessions: Sat. 10.30am – 11.00am & after Vigil Masses.
NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL
Sun/Domh 20ú 10.00am Caroline O’Sullivan, Cluain an Fhiaidh, CB.
Sun/Domh 27ú 10.00am Mary O’Sullivan, R.I.P., nee Galvin, Boston and late of Aglish.
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Satharn 19ú 6.15i.n. John T. O’Shea, late of Springfield, MA and Cahiratrant, CB.
Satharn 26ú 6.15i.n Tommy and Maureen O’Shea, Cahirtrant, CB and deceased members of the O’Shea and Ó Ciobháin.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 r.n. – 12i.n.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(26ú agus 27ú Eanáir 2013)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 4: Vigil: Pauline Sheehy, Christine Sheehy, Elaine O’Connor, Mary Devane, Kathleen Sheehy and Mary Diony O’Connor. 11:30am Anne Curran, Elaine Hilliard, Helen Ferris and Barbara Prendergast. Collectors’ Team 4; Church Cleaners’ Team 4. Readers: Vigil: Micheál Ó Conchúir. 11.30a.m.: Gobnait Uí Chonchúir.
LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Rose O’Sullivan agus Donnacha Ó Súilleabháin. Léitheoir: Donnacha Ó Súilleabháin. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Eibhlín Uí Lúing. Léitheoir: Eibhlín Uí Lúing.
Offertory Collection
Weekly Env.: €1,068; Cash: €886; Total: €1,954.
Míle buíochas.
The Dingle Rotary Club wish to let the public know that part of the offertory procession at the 11.30 a.m. Mass on Sunday the 27th January will include the remembrance cards from the Rotary Christmas Memory Tree.
Mission Crib Collections
The Crib offerings from Naomh Muire, Naomh Caitlín agus Naomh Eoin Baiste will be given to Holy Rosary Sister Áine Garvey’s former Mission in Sao Paulo, Brazil and the Irish Christian Brothers’ Edmund Rice “Beyond 250 Appeal”. Received to date €1,305. Bígí fial.
Edmund Rice 250
2012 is a very special year in the life of the Christian and Presentation Brothers. This year marks the 250th Anniversary of the birth of Blessed Edmund Rice in Callan on the 1st of June 1762.
Launch of Edmund Rice Beyond 250 Appeal
On the 2nd of May, 2012 an event to launch a year long Appeal amongst the followers and supporters of Blessed Edmund Rice was held in the Marino Institute of Education, Marino, Dublin.
Br. Philip Pinto, Congregational Leader of the Christian Brothers writes:
“We wish to involve all people of good will to work with us. And so, we are inviting people into collaborative ministry with us. Some help us through funding, others through their prayers and good will, and a few join us. The invitation for you is to be part of this whole project, reaching out to our brothers and sisters less well off than ourselves. Edmund Rice died in 1844, but the story continues.”
FÓGRAÍ
31 Card Drive in aid of Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne Corn Uí Mhuirí training fund will be held in Muiris Dan’s Pub this Sunday evening January 20th at 6pm. Tables of 8. Fáilte roimh cách.
West Kerry Senior Citizens’ Party at Dingle Skellig Hotel, Dingle Sunday February 3rd at 2pm, cost €10. All welcome.
Drama Classes – Our drama classes for teens and children recommence on Wednesdays from 23rd January at the Beehive Studio in Cúilín. Start times are 4pm for 8-10 year old and 5pm for over 11’s. Cost for 12 classes is €80. For further information please call 066 915 2924
Irish Society for Colitis & Crohn’s Disease – on Saturday 26th January at 2pm in Main Lecture Theatre, Cork University Hospital. More info: 01-8721416.
Coiste na nÓg, Dingle registration on Friday January 25th, 3-6pm in the Dingle Club House, Páirc an Ághasaigh.
Progressive 31 Card Game in aid of Niall Mellon Township Trust Kenya 2013, Friday 25th January, at O’Sullivan’s Bar, Garrynadur. Fáilte Roimh Cách.
Marriage Encounter Weekend: Husbands and Wives, why not give your spouse a special gift of a marriage enrichment weekend away with you in Cork from 8th (8pm) to 10th (4pm) March 2013. It is for both the recently married and for those married for many years. For booking call 021 4381511 or 087 2162436 or visit http://www.marriageencounter.ie
Do This In Memory
Déanaigí É Seo i gCuimhne
Our next joint liturgy will be on next weekend, January 26th/27th. Please bring your candles and place them in the Sacred Space in church. Also children are reminded to bring the THUMB magazine. All families are asked to occupy the front seats please.
Naomh Muire, Dingle – Dé Satharn 8.00pm;
N. Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil – Dé Domh. 10.00am.
NB: An Fhíniúin/Grapevine was distributed at last liturgy, please study and discuss together at home.
Bliain an Chreidimh – Our Patron Saints
Laochra an Chreidimh No.17 & 18
St. Brendan was born around 484 in Luachra, near Tralee. He was baptised in Tubrid. He became a monk. He left from Brandon harbour in the year 501, in a flimsy Naomhóg, without any map or satnav. He brought 14 other monks with him. It was a damp and dirty morning when he set sail. He searched for China, Australia, Japan and eventually discovered America.
On their travels, they found an island with lots of grapes and stayed there for forty days. They also found an island with a boy on it who gave them bread and water when they were hungry. They discovered an island of sheep. They passed a silver pillar with a net wrapped around it at sea. They found the promised land of saints and when they passed an island of blacksmiths, they had slang thrown at them. They found a volcano. They went to the ailbe monastery for a Christmas break.
When he was seventy he sought a wife but I don’t know if he found one!
I chose Saint Brendan because I like his spirit of adventure. He also wanted to live in Ventry. He died in Galway around 577.
(Jake – Scoil Cill Mhic a’ Domhnaigh)
Saint Clare Of Assisi is the patron Saint of sore eyes. She was the daughter to Phaionno Sciffo. They had three daughters Clare, Agnes and Beatrice. Saint Clare was born in 1194 at Assisium, a city in Italy built on a stony mountain called Assisi. Clare is also the Patron Saint of Television, goldsmiths, laundry, embroiders, gilders, good weather, needle workers, Santa Clara Puebelo, telephones and telegraphs.
St. Clare of Assisi died on August 11th 1253. She was 59 years.
I picked Saint Clare of Assisi because she is the patron saint of eye disease. If I ever get eye disease, I could pray to Satin Clare. She is the Saint of a lot of things. She sounds like an inspirational Saint!
(Muireann – Bunscoil an Chlochair)
Luke’s Gospel Talks
To celebrate the Year of Faith, Fr. Séamus O’Connell will give two nights’ presentation on Luke’s Gospel. On Friday Feb 1st, Fr. Séamus will take the theme: Opening Luke’s Gospel as a Story of Faith and on Friday Feb 15th, he will explore Jesus in Luke: Our Saviour Today. Each evening will begin with Mass @ 6.15 pm. followed by refreshments, followed by his exploration of the Gospel from 7.30 – 9.30pm. The evenings will take place in St. Brendan’s Pastoral Centre, Upper Rock St. Tralee, and the cost is €5 per night. If possible, please bring a Bible or the Gospel of Luke with you. For more information, or to book a place, please tel. 064-6632644 or email francesrowland@dioceseofkerry.ie
Vocations
God promises an everlasting banquet of joy. The Eucharist is a foretaste and pledge of that future banquet. The Church needs priests to preside at Eucharist.
Contact vocation director Fr. Liam Lovell 064 6641352 (liam.lovell@yahoo.ie).
Catholic Schools Week 2013
Catholic Schools Week will be celebrated on the week of Sunday January 27th to February 3rd 2013. The theme this year is “Catholic Schools in the Community of Faith: Sharing the Good News”.
Catholic Schools Week 2013 at Home
This is the fifth year of celebrating the wonderful contribution that Catholic schools make, not only to their local communities, but to Irish society as a whole. This year’s theme acknowledges the faith community in which the Catholic school is rooted. It draws our attention to the interconnectedness between these faith communities and reminds us that the school is really an extension of both the church at home and the local parish church. This year has been declared a Year of Faith by Pope Benedict XVI. The year began on October 11 2012, and will end on November 24 2013. During this year we are all being asked to pray, deepen our understanding of our own faith, give witness by the way we live, and serve those who are in need. Catholic Schools Week 2013 offers us an opportunity to think about how we can do these things within our family, which is the most important place where children learn about and experience their faith.
Share the Good News
One of the most important things that parents can teach their children is that God loves them always. Read these words from the prophet Isaiah with your child to remind us all how much we are loved by God:
Thus says the Lord, do not be afraid,
I have called you by name, you are mine.
When you cross through the water,
I will be with you, and you won’t drown;
when you walk through fire,
you won’t be burned or scorched by the flames.
For I am the Lord, your God,
the Holy One of Israel,
your Saviour ….
You are precious in my
eyes, honoured, and I love you.
Do not be afraid! I am with you.
Isaiah 43:1-5
Catholic Schools Week 2013 in School
Catholic Schools are encouraged to set up a Sacred Space to celebrate Catholic Schools Week. Schools can use a green cloth as the basis for their sacred space. (Green is the liturgical colour for Ordinary Time.) You can also place the following objects in the sacred space:
· A candle
· A Bible. (Use a stand to highlight the importance of the Sacred Scripture)
· Cross or crucifix
· Holy water
· A framed copy of your school’s Ethos Statement or the Catholic School Schedule
· Your school motto or crest
· A picture of your school’s patron saint or founder
· A Brigid’s cross and flowers. These can be added to the sacred space on Friday, signifying the traditional beginning of springtime on St Brigid’s Day.


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