Posted by: naomhmuire | 16/03/2013

Fógraí/Newsletter March 17th 2013

Bliain an Chreidimh – Lá ‘le Pádraig
An Cúigiú Domhnach Den Charghas
17ú Márta 2013
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. John Buckley – 066-9157103.
MASSES/AIFRINN
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Sat/Sath 16ú 8.00pm Bigile – Lá le Pádraig.
Sun 17ú 6.30am Lá ‘le Pádraig
11.30am Lá ‘le Pádraig
Máirt 19ú 10.00am John Fitzgerald, Glens, CB.
Wed 20ú 7.30pm Eamon Fitzgerald, Conor Pass Road, CB.
Déard 21ú 10.00am
Fri 22ú 11.00am Cóineartú – Lá an Easpaig
7.30pm No 7:30pm Mass – Confessions in Annascaul Parish.
Sat/Sath 23ú 8.00pm Martin Teahan, Marian Park, CB.
Domh 24ú 6.30am 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 it 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
Domh/Sun 17ú 10.00am Lá le Pádraig.
Domh/Sun 24ú 10.00am Máire Griffin, Goulin, CB.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Satharn 16ú 6.15i.n. Lá le Pádraig.
Satharn 23ú 6.15i.n. Michael Begley, Cluais Móir, CB.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 r.n. – 12i.n.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(23ú/24ú Márta 2013)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 4: Vigil: Pauline Sheehy, Christine O’Connor, Elaine O’Connor, Mary Devane, Kathleen Sheehy and Maura Flahive. 11:30am Anne Curran, Elaine Hilliard, Helen Ferris and Barbara Prendergast. Collectors’ Team 4; Church Cleaners’ Team 4. Readers: Vigil: Tadhg Ó Coileáin agus Micheál Ó Conchúir. 11.30a.m.: Margaret Sheehy and Marian O’Sullivan. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Marie Uí Ghrifín agus Eric Mitchell. Léitheoirí: Donnacha Ó Súilleabháin agus Marie Uí Ghrifín.
FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Siobhán Uí Shé.
Léitheoir: Áine Uí Chathasaigh agus Dónal Ó Ciobháin.
Offertory Collection
Weekly Env.: €1,123; Cash: €783;
Total: €1,906. Diocesan Collection for Emigrant Services €1,040. Míle buíochas.
Trócaire Boxes and Easter Dues Envelopes
Extra envelopes for the Easter Dues and spare Trócaire Boxes are available at the back of the Church. Your support of Trócaire is vital as the Lenten campaign is the most significant source of income for Trócaire each year. Buíochas ó chroí for your great generosity towards all our Parish and Diocesan Collections. Go méadaí Dia bhur stór.
Dingle Parish Liturgy Group – Meeting Wednesday March 20th at 8.00pm in the Sacristy.
Habemus Papam – Fáilte Pope Francis I
Deo Gratias – Buíochas le Dia
The traditional white smoke from the Sistine Chapel on Wednesday last heralded the election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Cardinal Archbishop of Buenos Aires, as our new Pope. This son of a working class Italian immigrant family entered the Jesuit Order in 1958 and was ordained priest in 1969. Known to be a pastoral leader and servant powered by the Gospel spirit of compassion, humility and social justice his name choice of Francis signals his admiration of St. Francis of Assisi – Patron saint of ecology, animals, peace, merchants and of Italy.
God Bless our Holy Father
Papal Inaugural Mass: Tues 19th @ 8.ooam RTE1.
Confirmation/Cóineartú 2013
Confirmation Day / Lá an Easpaig
Bishop Liam Ó Murchú will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation in St Mary’s at 11.00am on Friday March 22nd. Parents, Sponsors and Candidates are advised to arrive in good time, at least 15 minutes before the start. All parishioners are warmly invited to attend these celebrations and to support the confirmandi with their prayers. Bishop Liam asks that no photographs or recording take place during the ceremony. Tar anuas, a Spiorad Naomh.
NB: Follow the ceremony via the internet on http://www.naomhmuire.wordpress.com/video/
Do This In Memory
Déanaigí É Seo i gCuimhne
Our next joint liturgy will be on next weekend, March 23rd/24th. 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 Satharn 6.15pm.
NB: An Fhíniúin/Grapevine was distributed at last liturgy, please study and discuss together at home.
FÓGRAÍ
Cake Sale and Coffee morning in Gairdín Mhuire after 11.30am Mass on Sunday next March 17th, supporting the link between PCD and Motate Medium High. Bring, buy or eat a cake. Cakes for sale may be dropped in before 8.30am.
Film Festival – Monday March 18th at 2:30pm Dingle Cinema will show “Dreamtime Revisited”, a film based on the life and work of John Moriarty whose father came from Baile an Lochaigh.
Rosary Crusade for Ireland are organizing a Rosary Crusade and Rosary Vigil at Dáil Éireann, from Fri March 15th for 9 days followed by a rosary Vigil in Moleswworth St, outside the Dáil on Sat March 23rd 3.00pm. Buses are being organized from Killarney, Tralee and Listowel. Contact 087-6590551 for further information.
Ardfert Retreat Centre: Exploring our Spiritual Journey with Fr. Frank Downes OP on Sat. 13th April, 10.30am-4.30pm; Sat. 20th April: 2 – 6 pm; Mindfulness – Presenter: Norma Buckley. Booking 066-7134276.
Employability Service Kerry offer a free & confidential service for persons with disabilities and mental health issues gain meaningful and mainstream employment within the open labour market. Contact 066-7118758.
Dingle Readers – new lists available in the Sacristy.

Bliain an Chreidimh – Our Patron Saints
Laochra an Chreidimh No.28 & 29.
Naomh Francis of Assisi was born on November 26 1182. His dad (Pietro Bernardone) was a very wealthy man so everybody respected Francis. He had a very easy life and everybody loved him. No one cared if he was picky and if he was ill people would take care of him. No one minded if he day-dreamed during school. No one tried to control him or teach him. As Francis grew up he became the leader of a crowd of youths who spent their nights at wild parties. Thomas of Celano (Francis’s biographer) said “In most other respects an exquisite youth but he attracted to himself a whole retinue of young people addicted to evil and accustomed to vice”. Francis himself said, “I lived in sin” during this time.
Francis fulfilled every hope of Pietro’s, even falling in love with France. He loved the songs of France, the romance of France and especially the adventurous troubadours who wandered through Europe. And despite his dreaming, Francis was also good at business. But Francis wanted more …. More than wealth – but not holiness! Francis wanted to be a noble, a knight. Battle was the best place to win the glory and prestige he longed for. He got his first chance when Assisi declared war on their long time enemy, the nearby town of Perugia.
One day while riding through the countryside, Francis, the man who loved beauty, who was so picky about food, who hated deformity, came face to face with a leper. Repelled by the appearance and the smell of the leper, Francis nevertheless jumped down from his horse and kissed the hand of the leper. When his kiss of peace was returned, Francis was filled with joy. As he rode off, he turned around for a last wave, and saw that the leper had disappeared. He always looked upon it as a test from God … that he had passed.
I chose Saint Francis because my Grandfather’s middle name was Francis and because he was a noble and respected man. One of the other reasons I picked Francis is because he was the first person to get the stigmata. The holes in his hands and feet were the same that Jesus had. Saint Francis was also the first person to make a stable to honour the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ at Christmas and the first crib.
(Pierce – Scoil Iognáid Rís)
St. Clare of Assisi was daughter to Phavorino Sciffo, a noble knight. St. Clare was born in 1194. Her parents spoke to her very early of marriage, which gave her great affliction. On the 18th of March 1212 St. Clare ran away to join Francis of Assisi with her sister Agnes. He immediately made her a nun and sent Agnes and Clare to the church of San Damiano. She is now the saint of sore eyes, televisions, goldsmiths, laundry, embroiders, gilders, good weather, needle workers, Santa Clara Pueblo, telephones and telegraphs. She was amazing.
I picked the name Clare because I love the name Clare, I love television and I had something aggravating my eyes some time ago. Saint Clare is Patron saint of televisions, sore eyes and lots more. (Doireann – Bunscoil an Chlochair)

 

 

 

 

 

 

An tSeachtain Mhór 2013
Confessions / Faoistin
Sath. 23ú Márta – Fionn Trá taréis 6.15i.n Aifreann.
Spy Wednesday March 27th –
Naomh Eoin Baiste 7.00pm; Naomh Muire 7.30pm.
Holy Week Ceremonies
Dé Máirt 26ú Márta – 7:30pm – Chrism Mass, Árd Eaglais, Cill Áirne. Fáilte roimh cách.
Holy Thurs March 28th – Mass of the Lord’s Supper
8.00pm St. Mary’s & Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil.
Good Friday (Day of Fast and Abstinence)
March 29th Celebration of the Lord’s Passion.
3.00pm St. Mary’s agus Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá.
Holy Saturday March 30th
10.30 – 11.00am Confession in St. Mary’s.
Easter Vigil Mass. 9.00pm St. Mary’s, Dingle.
Easter Sunday March 31st – Parish Masses:
6.00am – Mass in Teampall Gheal, Baile Riabhach, Fáilte roimh cách; 10.00am – Naomh Eoin Baiste;
10.30am – Naomh Caitlín. 11.30am – St. Mary’s.
NB: Please note new times & see Corca Dhuibhne Beo.

Faith Today
Diocese of Kerry Lenten Talk 2013
March 19th: Reaching Out: Joan Freeman in the CYMS, Killorglin at 8pm.
The Way of the Cross
5. Simon of Cyrene Helps Jesus – Simon resisted until he learned how easy the yoke, how light the burden when carried for Christ. Never let our natural, human fear of pain keep us from the tasks we meet on our journey to eternal life. “They seized on a man, Simon from Cyrene, and made him shoulder the cross.” Lk 22:26
6. Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus – Veronica’s instinctive act of pity will be recalled forever. Anything we do for anyone Christ counts as done for Him. So never hesitate to do good to others whether they deserve it or not. “In so far as you did this to one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did it to me.” Mt. 25:40
7. Jesus Falls the second Time – Christ’s weakness made Him fall again, but He went on. When we weaken, when we falter and fall, our Savior knows from His own experience how hard our way is. He will be our strength, our helper in every difficulty.
“He was praying all the time for sinners.” Is 53:12
8. Jesus Speaks to the Women of Jerusalem – Jesus did not think of Himself, he thought of others, of the sufferings His people would yet have to endure. When we act like Christ, and think first of others, our own trials seem somehow easier to bear. “Weep rather for yourselves and for your children.” LK. 23:28
Stations of the Cross will take place every Sunday in Lent at 7pm in St. Mary’s Church, Dingle.
Fáilte roimh cách.

In Onóir Phádraig Naofa 2013
Céad míle fáilte do ghach duine atá ag teacht inár measc le haghaidh Lá ‘Le Phádraig.
Déantar Lá Fhéile Pádraig a cheiliúradh ar fud an domhain le mórshiúil agus taispeántais agus ainmnítear daoine agus áiteanna ina onóir. Insítear scéalta agus cantar amhráin faoi Phádraig, ach is annamh a thugann siad léargas dúinn ar an Duine féin.
Is sa dá dhoiciméad a scríobh sé féin, an “Confessio” agus an “Litir Chuig Coroticus” a fhaighimid léargas ar Phádraig mar fhear: (i) Le creideamh láidir; (ii) A thug maithiúnas dá naimhde; (iii) A rinne nascadh idir chultúir. In aois sé bliana déag bhí Pádraig ina sclábhaí ag aoireacht caorach ar thaobh sléibhe i bhfad óna chairde agus óna mhuintir. Bhí sé uaigneach, fuar, ocrach. Cad a dhéanfá dá mbeifeá sa riocht sin? Cad a rinne Pádraig? Deir sé féin gur chuir sé a mhuinín i nDia agus gur tháinig Dia i gcabhair air. Fuair sé misneach agus sólás agus bealach éalaithe sa deireadh.
Guímis ar son ógra an lae inniu atá uaigneach, buartha, éadóchasach.
A Dhia, cuir i gcuimhne dóibh go dtabharfaidh tusa misneach,
dóchas agus neart dóibh má ghuíonn siad chugat,
dála mar a rinne Pádraig agus é ina dhéagóir. A Thiarna, éist linn.


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