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Rota to July 2024

Message from Fr Michael    February 2024
Leagan Gaeilge

Dear Parishioners,
As Spring continues to brighten and give new life there are signs of hope. For me, the recent ordination of Sean Murphy, Glenbeigh, as deacon for the Diocese of Kerry is a source of joy and hope.  Sean will be ordained to the priesthood later this year. God continues to call. For years we have prayed for peace in Northern Ireland and now all sides are willing to work together. We give thanks to God. We think of the people of Ukraine as the second anniversary of the war approaches.  We also remember the victims of the war in the Middle East and pray that peace will prevail especially in the war torn parts of the world.

In his recent pastoral letter Bishop Ray Browne outlines the issues facing the diocese. In the time ahead fewer priests will be available. He has formed a planning group representative of laity, religious and clergy, and of all ages, to oversee the planning process. The first step in the process is consulting the people of the parishes.

A Parish Listening Evening will be held in our parish on Tuesday February 27th at 7.30pm in Benner’s Hotel. As preparation for the gathering, you are invited to reflect on the following questions:

  1. Without the presence of a priest to lead and coordinate, what aspects of parish life could we, the laity, take responsibility for and organise ourselves?
  2. Where do we see scope for cooperation with neighbouring parishes in our pastoral area?

The invitation is open to all and you are encouraged to attend.  In parallel with this, there will be consultation with the clergy. While there are challenges ahead Bishop Ray expresses his sincere gratitude to all who, by your faith and prayers, and your involvement, contribute to the life of your parish community and diocese. He thanks all our priests, in active ministry and retired, for their dedicated, loving ministry. He asks for prayers during this consultation and planning process. The complete letter can be read here
At the heart of our Lenten activities each year is a desire to grow closer to God, and to reflect God’s love in our world. Each Lent is an opportunity to recommit to prayer either at home or in the Church, alone or with the family, coming to know God, letting ourselves be touched by the God of compassion.
Envelopes for Spring and Easter Priest’s Offerings are being distributed to your homes at this time. These can be placed in the Building Fund Boxes at the back of the 3 Parish Churches. Also, enclosed is the Trócaire Box which you can return to the Church or Presbytery at Easter time. Many thanks for your continued support and generosity to the Parish and its priest.
Le gach dea-ghuí.

Fr Michael

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Mass Time Table
Naomh Muire an Daingin / St Mary’s, Dingle

Saturday Evening  – Vigil :  6.15pm (English – Pooled Intention Masses)
Sunday Morning  11.30am (Gaeilge 1st Sunday of each month )

Masses This Week in St Mary’s Church, Dingle.

Masses/Aifrinn

St Mary’s Church, Dingle.                     

Sat 24ú 6.15pm 1. Jack Farrell, Green Street, MM. 2. Nellie, Tommy and Jack Evans, Minard East. 3. Seán Moran, Baile an tSagairt and deceased members of the Moran and Ó Catháin Families. 4. Ged Bowler, his parents and deceased family members, The Grove and Ballyferriter.
5. Aodán O’Connor, Cliddaun.
Sun 25ú 11.30am Noreen and Patrick Wallace, Baile Móir.
Monday 26ú 10.00am No Mass.
Tues 27ú 10.00am Private Intention.
Wed 28ú 10.00am Agnes and Pat O’Shea.
Thurs 29ú 10.00am Paróisteánaigh.
Fri 1ú 6.15pm Christie Geaney, Cluais Mór.
Sat 2ú 6.15pm 1. Roseanne and Michael Rayel, Beenbawn. 2. Patrick and Siobhán Brosnan, Cúilín, Denis and Anna O’Sullivan, Goat Street and Liam Long and Catherine Griffin. 3. Denis Galvin, Aglish.
Sun 3ú 11.30am Private Intention.

Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil
Sun. 25ú 10.00am Johnny, Eileen, Sr. Kieran, Br. Maurice and deceased members of the Moriarty Family, Ballinasare.

Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá
Sat. 2ú 7.30in Denis Boland, Fán, 1ú CB agus Muintir Uí Bheoláin ar fad atá ar shlí na fírinne.

Weekday Masses*
All weekday Masses are at 10.00am except on Friday and Sat at 6.15pm
*(Occasionally subject to variation or cancellation due to Funeral Masses or Pattern/Graveyard Masses – Please consult newsletter or parish noticeboard)

Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil / St John the Baptist, Lispole
  • Sunday 10.00am every other Sunday
Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá / St Catherine’s, Ventry
  • Saturday 7.30pm every other Saturday as Gaeilge in Séipéal Naomh Caitlín

Some people have enquired about the possibility of making payments online. You can now do so by clicking on the button here.  Many thanks for your generosity to the Parish and its priest.

shrine
Bilingual Mass Responses

Stay with me by St Pio

Prayers of  The Rosary

Newsletter
Mass Schedule in Corcha Dhuibhne

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Mass Time Table
Naomh Muire an Daingin / St Mary’s, Dingle

Weekend Masses
Saturday Evening  – Vigil :  6.15pm (English – Pooled Intention Masses)
Sunday Morning  11.30am (Gaeilge 1st Sunday of each month )

Weekday Masses*
All weekday Masses are at 10.00am except on Friday and Sat at 6.15pm

*(Occasionally subject to variation or cancellation due to Funeral Masses or Pattern/Graveyard Masses – Please consult newsletter or parish noticeboard)

Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil / St John the Baptist, Lispole
  • Sunday 10.00am every other Sunday
Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá / St Catherine’s, Ventry
  • Saturday 7.30pm every other Saturday as Gaeilge in Séipéal Naomh Caitlín

Some people have enquired about the possibility of making payments online. You can now do so by clicking on the button here.  Many thanks for your generosity to the Parish and its priest.

Message form Trócaire

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Bilingual Mass Responses
Stay with me by St Pio
This weeks Newsletter

Prayers of  The Rosary
“Since the prayers of the Rosary come from such excellent sources — from Our Lord Himself, from inspired Scripture, and from the Church — it is not surprising that the Rosary is so dear to our Blessed Mother and so powerful with heaven”