Posted by: naomhmuire | 23/03/2013

Fógraí / Notices March 24th 2013

Bliain an Chreidimh
Domhnach na Páise – 24ú Márta 2013
Pray for Caroline McMahon, Castleisland, (nee Kavanagh), late of Cillirith; Mary Moore, (nee Scanlon), Corby, England late of Chapel Lane; Catherine Uí Shé, Killcooley, Baile na nGall; Bríd Uí Cheallacháin, (Ní Mhuircheartaigh), Gallarus; Ann Leonard, (nee Kennedy), Ahascragh, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway and late of Ballinclár, Annascaul.
Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. Eoghan Ó Cadhla – 066-9156131.
MASSES/AIFRINN
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Sat/Sath 23ú 8.00pm Martin Teahan, Marian Park, CB.
Sun 24ú 11.30am Missa Pro Populo
Máirt 26ú 10.00am
Wed 27ú 10.00am Private Intention.
7.30pm NO 7:30pm MASS – Confessions.
Déard 28ú 8.00pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper.
Fri 29ú 3.00pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion.
7.30pm Stations of the Cross.
Sat/Sath 30ú 9.00pm Easter Vigil – The Resurrection of The Lord.
Domh 31ú 6.00am Mass in Teampall Gheal, Baile Riabhach.
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 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 24ú 10.00am Máire Griffin, Goulin, CB.
Wed 27ú 7.00pm Confessions.
Déard 28ú 8.00pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper.
Friday 29ú 7.30pm Stations of the Cross.
Domh/Sun 31ú 10.00am Domhnach Cásca.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Satharn 23ú 6.15i.n. Michael Begley, Cluais Mór, CB.
Dé hAoine 29ú 3.00i.n. Aoine an Chéasta.
Domhnach 31ú 10.30r.n. Domhnach Cásca.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 r.n. – 12i.n.
Do This in Memory
Déanaigí É Seo i gCuimhne
NB: We invite all First Communicants and Parents / Guardians to occupy the front seats of our Church today, please. The Volunteer co-ordinators will give to the parents a copy of the Grapevine / An Fhíniúin in family preparation for our next special liturgy on Holy Thurs
N. Muire – 8.00pm; N. Eoin Baiste – 8.00pm;
The next Sunday Liturgy will be on Sat/Sun April 13th/14th, the 3rd Sunday of Easter.
Please study and discuss together at home.
Trócaire Boxes and Easter Dues Envelopes
You are asked to return your Trócaire Boxes and Easter Dues during Holy Week. Extra envelopes available at the back of the Churches. Buíochas ó chroí for your great generosity towards all our Parish and Diocesan Collections. Go méadaí Dia bhur stór.
An tSeachtain Mhór 2013
Confessions / Faoistin
Sath. 23ú Márta – Fionn Trá roimh agus taréis 6.15i.n Aifreann. Dún Chaoin taréis 7:30i.n. Aifreann.
Dé Luain 25ú Márta – Baile an Fheirtéaraigh agus Carraig – 8.00i.n. Clochán 6:30pm; C’gregory 7:30pm.
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.
Stations of the Cross – 7:30pm St. Mary’s, Dingle;
Stations of the Cross – 7:30pm N. Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil;
Holy Saturday March 30th
10.30 – 11.00am Confession in St. Mary’s.
Easter Vigil Mass. 9.00pm St. Mary’s, Dingle only.
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.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(30ú/31ú Márta 2013)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ –
Holy Thursday: Pauline Sheehy, Christine O’Connor, Elaine O’Connor, Mary Devane, Kathleen Sheehy and Maura Flahive. Good Friday: Anne Curran, Elaine Hilliard, Helen Ferris and Barbara Prendergast. Vigil: Theresa Ashe, Blandina O’Connor, Maura Evans, Marian O’Sullivan, Máire Uí Shíthigh and Ann O’Connor. 11:30am Sr. de Sales, Patricia Williams, Bridie Fitzgerald and Madge Fitzgerald. Collectors’ Team 1; Church Cleaners’ Team 1. Readers: Holy Thursday: Madge Nic Gearailt. Good Friday: Bernie Budhlaeir, Noel O’Neill, Tommy McCarthy. Vigil: Pat O’Connor, Kelsey Sheehy, Margaret Sheehy. 11.30a.m.: Paddy Browne.
LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Holy Thursday: Máire Uí Shé agus Treasa Uí Chearbhaill. Easter Sunday: Máiréad Uí Chathasaigh agus Yvonne Uí Mhainnín. Léitheoirí: Holy Thursday: Amy Mitchell agus Pádraig Ó Conchúir.
Easter Sunday: Scoláirí.
FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Aoine an Chéasta: Pádraig Firtéar: Domhnach Cásca: Eibhlín Uí Lúing.
Léitheoirí: Aoine an Chéasta: Pádraig Firtéar agus Breandán Ó Ciobháin. Domhnach Cásca: Scoláirí.
FÓGRAÍ
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 Women’s Mini Marathon – Saturday 18th May 2013. All profits from the event will go to the National Breast Cancer Research and Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne for the development of a playing pitch/running track. Contact: 066-9151000 or eolas@dingleminimarathon.com
Offertory Collection
Weekly Env.: €1,290; Cash: €1264;
Total: €2,554. Míle buíochas.
Bliain an Chreidimh – Our Patron Saints
Laochra an Chreidimh No.30. Naomh Pól
Jakie imię wybieram na Bierzmowanie?
Sakrament Bierzmowania jest zatem kluczowym w rozwoju Katolika. Na tym etapie jest on już dość dojrzały umysłowo by być w pełni świadomym swoich decyzji. Podczas tego sakramentu, młody Katolik przyjmuje na siebie ducha świętego oraz otrzymuje patrona.
Sakrament ten ma na celu również umocnienie w nim wiary by był w stanie o niej świadczyć i jej bronić. Moi rodzice tak jak i ich są wiary Katolickiej. Zatem nie trudnym jest zgadnąć jakiego wyznania jestem ja. Oczywiście jest to wyznanie Katolickie. Krótko po narodzinach zostałem ochrzczony, a potem zaprowadzony do Komunii. Teraz natomiast stoję przed Bierzmowaniem. Od dłuższego już czasu byłem pytany, jakie chciałbym otrzymać imię na Bierzmowanie. Innymi słowy jak się później przekonałem, jakiego chciał bym przyjąć Patrona na Bierzmowaniu.
Będąc dzieckiem odpowiadałem Piotr. Podobał mi się to imię. Na religii słyszałem o Szymonie Piotrze i w zerówce miałem kolegę o tym imieniu. Dziś jednak odpowiadam Paweł. Św. Paweł był faryzeuszem urodzonym w Tarsie w Cylicji w pierwszych latach naszej ery. Prześladował chrześcian aż do wydarzenia na drodze do Damaszku, w którym doznał objawienia. Odbył trzy podróże misyjne. W czasie pierwszej odwiedził Cypr i środkową część Azji Mniejszej. Podczas drugiej działał na terenie Azji Mniejszej, Macedonii i Grecji zaś podczas trzeciej głównie w Efez. Wywarł wielki wpływ na wczesnochrześcijańską doktrynę, będąc zwolennikiem rozszerzenia misji na pogan, niezależnie od ich pochodzenia czy stanu. Nazywano go Apostołem Narodów (Apostołem Pogan). Napisał 13 listów zawartch w Nowym Testamencie. Zmarł około roku sześćdziesiątego piątego. Zawsze oddawał się w pełni temu co robił – na końcu znajdując właściwą drogę – wiarę, nadzieję i miłość, i dlatego to właśnie jego wybrałem na swego patrona. Był myślicielem który w swoich pozostawionych pismach najpiękniej zdefiniował nam czym jest miłość. Mógł by być to patron znajdowania drogi, drogi do Boga. (Symon – Poland & Páirc an Fhiaidh, Lios Póíl)

First Friday Calls: Fr. Tomás will make his calls in Lios Póil agus Fionn Trá ar Déardaoin an Comaoineach and in Dingle on Good Friday morning. Any parishioner wishing to be included in this Pastoral visit is invited to please contact Tigh na Sagart on 066-9151208.

The Way of the Cross
9. Jesus Falls the Third Time – His final fall reflects the frailty of Christ’s human nature. Yet, He went on. We often have proof of our weakness, too. Yet, we show fidelity to God by going on in spite of our infirmity.
“They leave me lying in the dust of death.” Ps 22:15.
10. Jesus is Stripped of His Clothing – Our Lord’s clothing was taken away. So in spirit must we also separate ourselves from our material possessions. Eventually, we must part with them. Be generous always with the gifts God gives you for a time.
“They shared out his garments by casting lots.” Mt. 27:35.
11. Jesus is Nailed to the Cross – Fastened hand and foot, moving only with pain, how humiliating to be nailed at last to your cross! Our Lord cries out to our Father, “My God, my God, why have you deserted me?” Mt 27:46. “They crucified him there and the two criminals also.” Lk 23:33.
12. Christ Dies on the Cross – All of us must someday die. With God’s help we will meet death as Jesus did. Final bodily defeat is turned by God into our first triumph. Having died with Christ we will rise and reign with Him. “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” LK. 23:46.
13. Jesus is Taken down from the Cross – Christ’s death is ultimate proof of His humanity. Unless He was human, He could not have died. Unless He was also God, His death could not save us. “Ours were the sufferings He bore.” Now we must be dead to sin. “Now let God rescue him if he wants him.” Mt. 27:43.
14. Jesus is Laid in the Tomb – We see Christ’s body laid to rest, but no grave can hold the Lord of the Universe. He rises again to new life with God living always to intercede for us while we continue His work here on earth. “He then rolled a large stone across the entrance of the tomb.” Mt. 27:60
Stations of the Cross will take place on Good Friday at 7.30pm in St. Mary’s Church and Séipéal Naomh Eoin Baiste at 7:30pm.
Fáilte roimh cách.
Cóineartú 2013
Comhghairdeas to our 43 Confirmandi and the teenager home from Poland whose Patron Saint we publish in his native language here. Our thanks to Parents, Sponsors and all our National Teachers together with the Choir and Musicians for their participation on Friday last.
Spiorad Dé Orainn.

An tSeachtain Mhór
Passion Sunday (Palm Sunday) Holy Week begins on this Sunday with the commemoration of the entrance of the Lord into Jerusalem. The palms are blessed and should be taken home, where they will serve as a reminder of the victory of Christ. Next year, they will be burned and placed on our foreheads on Ash Wednesday.
Mass of Chrism This Mass, which the Bishop concelebrates with his college of priests and at which he consecrates the holy oils use in the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Ordination and Anointing of the sick during the next year.
Spy Wednesday when visiting Priests will hear confessions in Lios Póil at 7pm and St. Mary’s at 7:30pm.
The Easter Triduum The Fathers of the Church saw this celebration as a unitive commemoration: St Augustine spoke of ‘the most holy triduum of the crucified, buried & risen Lord’.
Holy Thursday This Mass is, first of all, the memorial of the institution of the Eucharist. The tradition of washing the feet should be maintained. The Altar of Repose for the reservation of the Blessed Sacrament that will be distributed in Communion on Good Friday, should be prepared and adorned in such a way as to be conductive to prayer and meditation. The faithful are encouraged to spend some time at the Altar of Repose during the night before the Blessed Sacrament.
Good Friday Celebration of the Lord’s Passion. On this day when ‘Christ our passover was sacrificed’ (1 Cor 5:7), the Church meditates on the Passion of her Lord, venerates the Cross, commemorates her origin from the side of Christ on the Cross, and intercedes for the salvation of the whole world. On this day, in accordance with ancient tradition, the Church does not celebrate Eucharist; Holy Communion is distributed to the faithful during the celebration of the Lord’s Passion. Devotions, such as the Way of the Cross are encouraged today.
The Easter Vigil In accordance with ancient tradition, this night is one of the vigil for the Lord. St. Augustine called it the ‘mother of all vigils’. There are four parts to the Rite: 1. Service of Light: The new fire should be blessed to light the Paschal Candle. 2. Liturgy of the Word 3. Liturgy of Baptism when all congregations renew their baptismal vows in this Year of Priest. 4. Liturgy of the Eucharist. ‘Christ is Risen, Alleluia!’


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