Bliain an tSagairt – An hOctú Domhnach Fichead Saor: 11/10/2009
Month of Mission
Pray for Mary O’Donoghue, The Mall; Noreen Corrigan, Douglas, Cork, nee Hanifan, late of Lisdorgan, Lios Póil; Marie Philips, Cluain Ard and late of Birmingham: Holy Ghost Father Aengus Finucane, Concern. Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
Priest on Call Sunday to Monday Morning for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is Fr. Eoghan Ó Cadhla 066-9156131.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
Kathleen and Patrick Divers, Lispole, CB.
Gerard O’Connor, The, Mall, CB.
Missa Pro Populo
Mary Sheehy, The Wood, CB.
Paddy Ollie, Cornelius and Monica Brosnan, Late of Garraí, Dingle, CB.
John Guiheen, Monacappa, Dingle, CB.
William and Ellen Granville.
Charles & Hannah Davenport.
John Bowler, Ullagha, MM.
Bridie O’Sullivan, CB.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Tues & Wed 10.30am – 10.00 pm Friday 10.30 – 11.30am
Confessions: Sat. 10.30am-11.00am and after Vigil Masses.
NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL
Danny O’Sullivan, Goulane, CB.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Deardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Deardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
Weekly Envelopes: €1,242; Cash: €1,124;
Total: €2,366. Míle Buíochas.
Diocesan Collection for the Propagation of the Faith (Missions) will be taken up as a second collection after Communion next weekend the 17th and 18th.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(17ú & 18ú Deireadh Fómhair).
DINGLE: Eucharistic Ministers’ Team 1, Collectors’ Team 1, Church Cleaners’ Team 1. Readers: Vigil: Paddy Brown; 9.00a.m. Séamus Ó Ceilleachair; 11.30a.m. Margaret Sheehy. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Rose O’Sullivan agus Donnacha Ó Súilleabháin. Léitheoir: Caitríona Ní Fhaoláin. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eocairiste: Brenda Ní Shúilleabháin. Léith: Miriam Ní Dhonnabháin.
Memorial Service in the Dingle Skellig Hotel for the late Marie Philips, Cluain Ard and Birmingham.
Choir Practice – Tues. evenings 8.15 in Presbytery.
The Eucharist – Communion with Christ and with One Another – this will be the theme of the Eucharistic Congress in Dublin in 2012, but could just as easily be a motto for the custom of Station Masses in the home. When people gather for Mass in their local area it builds up a neighbourly spirit and strengthens faith in Christ. In most areas of the parish, Stations have not been celebrated for a number of years. However, it only takes one household to come forward to revive this tradition, and it only takes a handful of willing families in a Station Area to put it on a firm footing for the years to come. There’s no need to make an extravagant ‘splash’ of hospitality – all that is asked is a warm welcome for neighbours and for Christ in the Eucharist. Anyone interested in hosting Stations in their home this autumn should contact Tigh na Sagart on 066 9151208 during the coming weeks.
Laethanta Oscailte: 17 & 18 /10/2009 Open Days for enrolment 2011 – am óna 12 – 5.00 Tá Coláiste Íde ag glacadh le fiosrúcháin do 2011 agus na blianta ina dhiaidh sin. Tá spásanna teoranta againn don scoilbhliain 2010/2011. A thuilleadh eolas le fáil ó 066-9151211 nó www.colaisteide.com.
Year for Priests
If you are a man who feels called by Christ to the priesthood contact our Vocation Directors: Fr. Liam Lovell – Kilmoyley, 066-7133169 or Fr. Michael Moynihan – Castleisland, 087-6551902.
“Some men are called to nourish the body.
Some men are called to nourish the soul”.
Info. Day in St. Dominic’s Retreat Centre, Montenotte Sat. 17th Oct. 9.30am – 5pm. Info.: email@example.com or www.dominicannuns.ie or phone 041-9838524.
Pathways to God – Autumn in An Díseart
A series of talks on some of the great Mystics of the Church & their writings will be held at An Díseart on Wed. 8 – 9.30pm by Fr. Jim Sheehy.
14th Oct. – Mysticism in the Early Church;
21st Oct. – St. Benedict;
28th Oct. – St. John of the Cross;
11th Nov. – St. Teresa of Avila; 18th Nov. – St. Ignatius of Loyola; 2nd Dec. – Thomas Merton.
25th Nov. – St. Therese of Lisieux;
The talks will be followed by discussion and a brief liturgy and light refreshments. Free – Donations to An Díseart would be appreciated.
CUMANN STAIRE FIONNTRÁ
Ar an Sath., Deireadh Fómhair 17, 2009, nochtfaidh ambasadóir na Gearmáine & Méara oileáin Oinousses na Gréige leac ar an bhFaiche i gCeann Trá i gcuimhne chur i dtír 28 mairnéalach Gréagach ón bhfomhuireán U-35 i gCuan Fionntrá, D. Fómhair 4, 1939. Beidh taispeántas a ghabhann leis an gcomóradh ar oscailt in Áras Chaitlíona, Ceann Trá, ón nDomh., D. Fómhair 11 – Déardaoin 22, gach lá, 4.00-6.00 pm.
CLÁRÚCHÁN – CÓINEARTÚ
1. All candidates together with their parents / guardians are asked to sit together in the front benches at Mass.
2. At all Vigils, 10am and 10.30am Masses of Sundays and Holydays candidates will help with our liturgies with Guí an Phobail, Machnamh and Offertory Gifts in turn until Corpus Christi Sunday 2010.
3. At the Creed all will be invited to express their commitment as family and community in preparation for this Sacrament. Response “I do” / “Geallaim” or “we do” / “Geallaimid”.
4. After Communion each candidate is invited to place their completed Enrolment / Cláruchán
Certificate on the Altar. They will remain in the Sanctuary to receive the Parish gift of a crucifix which they will always have as a reminder of Christ’s eternal love. This will be blessed at Mass and form centrepiece of a Sacred Space or Láthair Urnaithe at home.
5. Candidates are invited to take home our Sunday Message every weekend.
6. The Parent Co-ordinators will give special reflection sheets to be brought home to help with study and family prayertimes. Read, colour and make into a scrapbook as our Parish Programme continues. Next Special Liturgy Nov. 7th & 8th.
7. Míle buíochas. Spioraid Dé tharainn.
NB: Confirmation will take place at 3.30pm on Wednesday the 24th of March, 2010 in St. Mary’s Church.
Blessing of Parish Gift of Crucifix
Lord Jesus Christ,
We ask you to bless these crucifixes, reminders of the Cross by which you freed the world. Make them holy in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, so that when our candidates for confirmation pray before them in their Sacred Space they may find health and wholeness in body and soul, through the same Christ our Lord.
Adapted from Consecrations, Blessings and Prayers by Fr Sean Finnegan.
Beannú na Croise Chéasta
Táimidne bailithe le chéile anseo inniu chun
do bheannacht a dháil ar na croiseanna seo.
Tríd do chrois chéasta
saor tú sinn ó gach uile olc.
Dóirt anuas ar iarrathóirí an Chóineartú do bheatha, do mhisneach ‘s do shlánú idir anam is corp. Beannaigh na croiseanna seo agus an Láthair Urnaithe sa bhaile,
in ainm an Athar ‘s an mhic ‘s an Spioraid Naoimh. Amen.
Ar scáth a chéile maireann pobal Dé
WORLD MISSIONS – REACH OUT
“IMIGÍ FÉN DOMHAN AGUS FÓGRAÍGÍ AN DEA-SCÉAL”
(i) The first official collection for the Society for the Propagation of the Faith took place in Ireland in 1838.
(ii) Irish interest in and support for missionaries has grown in strength each year. In pre-famine times Ireland contributed between 5,000 and 7,000 pounds, the current equivalent would be €250,000.
(iii) Our own missionaries are modern reflections of the examples set in the liturgy readings. Almost 2,000 Irish missionaries are reaching out to the peoples of the world.
(iv) We are now witnessing the full circle of mission. Irish missionaries reached out, nurturing many vocations and founding Young Churches in mission lands. Now, many of these vocations are assisting Older Churches, including those in Ireland, to rediscover their missionary zeal.
How contributions are used:
(v) You Mission Sunday gift enables the formation of native priests, sisters, brothers and lay catechists.
(vi) The collection is also used to support pastoral centres and building simple mission churches.
(vii) Supporting missionaries serving refugees, emergency aid in times of natural disaster or civil strife and the provision of health clinics and nutrition for children.
How we can ‘Reach Out’:
(viii) The first reaching out is supporting missionaries by prayer. Many missionaries will speak of special strength received from an unknown source in times of sickness, persecution, civil war or natural disaster.
(ix) Another form of reaching out is the offering of personal suffering of mind or body for missionaries. St. Therese of Lisieux offered each painful step to support some missionary in difficulty.
(x) All members of the Church can and should be involved, each according to their own abilities, in bringing the light of Christ and His Gospel to those yet to know of His love.
(xi) Mission means giving beyond borders, approaching others with the Good News of Christ, and inviting them to believe.
(xii) There can also be the reaching out by means of financial help, which most Young Churches badly need. Every cent collected in Ireland is sent to mission projects throughout the world.
(xiii) Our faith is strengthened when it is shared with others. Some give to the missions by going as missionaries; but some can also reach out to the missions by giving.