Fógraí / Newsletter 13th January 2013

Bliain an Chreidimh
Féile Baiste Ár dTiarna
Pray for Eileen Cleary, nee Brosnan, Báile Móir; Gwen Murphy, Cirencester, Gloucs and Aughacarrible.
Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. Michael Hussey – 066-7139145.
Sat/Sath 12ú 8.00pm Bridget Grandfield, late of Ballinaboula and Farran Flaherty and deceased members of the Grandfield and Griffin Families, CB.
Sun 13ú 11.30am Missa Pro Populo.
Luain 14ú 4.00pm Coláiste Íde.
Máirt 15ú 10.00am Josie Eade, Goat Street, CB.
Wed 16ú 7.30pm Kathleen Neligan and Sandra Mason, London, CB.
Déard 17ú 10.00am
Fri 18úMulti-Intentional 7.30pm (1) Olivia O’Connor, Marian Park, CB.(2) Jed Budhlaeir, An Ghróbh, CB.(3) Thomas O’Halloran, Cuillinagh, MM.(4) Batt Hanifan, Ballybowler, CB.
Sat/Sath 19ú 8.00pm Kieran Bambury, Bridge Street, CB.
Domh 20ú 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.
Sun/Domh 13ú 10.00am Henrietta O’Sullivan, Reenbee, MM.
Sun/Domh 20ú 10.00am Caroline O’Sullivan, Cluain an Fhiaidh, CB.
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
Satharn 12ú 6.15i.n. Páidí Ó Sé, Ard a’ Bhóthair, MM.
Satharn 19ú 6.15i.n John T. O’Shea, late of Springfield, MA and Cahiratrant, CB.
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 r.n. – 12i.n.
Offertory Collection
Weekly Env.: €1,126; Cash: €711; Total: €1,837.
Diocesan Collection for the needs of the Holy Land €996. Míle buíochas.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(19ú agus 20ú Eanáir 2013)
DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 3; Collectors’ Team 3; Church Cleaners’ Team 3. Readers: Vigil: Clár Uí Loingsigh. 11.30a.m.: Pat O’Connor.
LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Anne Prendeville and Bridget Prendeville. Léitheoir: Risteard Mac Eoin. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc.: Eibhlín Uí Lúing. Léitheoir: Eibhlín Uí Lúing.
Ministers of the Eucharist, St. Mary’s
Team 3. Vigil – Joan Uí Mhoráin, Betty Hand, Marie Moriarty, Bernie Bowler, Gobnait Uí Chonchúir, Mary Diony O’Connor. Team 3. 11.30am – Kitty O’Flaherty, Clár Uí Loingsigh, Pierce Hoare.
New Eucharist Ministers’ lists in the Sacristy.

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 €1,017. Bígí fial.
Sao Paulo Christmas message
“I had occasion to reflect on this at a First Eucharist celebration in one of our shanty town (favelos) communities a few Sundays ago. There we were, sitting in a little chapel in the heart of what could only be described as an underground mine shaft. To get into it, required negotiating a series of dark, twising corridors, propped up by wooden beams. Every now and then, along the walls, light appeared from a window or an open door. An above, masses of tangled electric wires dangled worryingly in the semi-darkness.
Now and then, as you progressed, open spaces appeared where hordes of children and young people would congregate. And the sounds of loud music, booming out from the bars to be found here and there, was everywhere.
Maybe it was no accident, that our little chapel, dedicated to Our Lady of Aparecida, the patroness of Brazil, was at the heart of all this. As if she were trying to say that there is no place that she is a stranger to. And the poorer and more destitute, the more at home she is. For she is the lowly servant in whom mighty things were done for the sake of all humanity.
And for sure, mighty things had been done of late in this very place. Things that came, apparently out of nothing. Like the emergence of a faith community out of what could only be described as a desert of abandonment. All due mainly to the work of two nuns who live and work there.
Because of the simple presence of these two women, in a place where no one wants to go, visiting families in dark hovels, getting to know their needs and also their capacity for hope amidst such brokenness, people were now coming together to pray, to reflect on their lives and their situation and to feel empowered enough to believe that together, as a living community, they can change it.”
Holy Ghost Missionary Fr. Patrick Clarke
The Emissary 2012: St. Mary of the Angels Parish Levenshulme
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.
Community Information Day – Education, Skills & Advice / Lá Oscailte Pobail, An Díseart, Dingle, Thursday 17th January 2013, from 12.30-6.30 p.m. Workshops as follows:
12.30pm: Opening of Event – Máire Uí Shíthigh, Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne.
1.00pm: Supporting Employers – Bernadette Cahill, DSP.
1.30pm: How to prevent diabetes – Corrine Corridan, HSE.
2.00pm: Schemes – Fionnán Ó hÓgáin, Údarás na Gaelt.
2.30pm: CV Skills – Ita Lane, Kerry Education Service.
3.00pm: Moving Abroad – Bernadette Cahill, INTREO.
3.30pm: Irish Language & Community Development – Caitríona Ní Chathail, Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne.
4.00pm: Arts and Culture – Eibhlín de Paor, Údarás na G.
4.30pm: Volunteering – Hope Guatemala – Ed Mulvihill, Hope Guatemala.
5.00pm: Positive Mental Health – Dan O’Connor, Kerry Mental Health. Fáilte roimh chách.
Bliain an Chreidimh – Our Patron Saints
Laochra an Chreidimh No.16
Naomh Mhuire, Máthair Dé: While she was living in Nazareth with her parents, before she became the wife of Joseph, the angel Gabriel announced to her that she was to be the mother of the promised Messiah. After this she went to visit her cousin Elisabeth, who was living with her husband Zacharias, about 100 miles from Nazareth. Immediately on entering the house she was saluted by Elisabeth as the mother of her Lord. After three months Mary returned to Nazareth to her own home. Joseph was made aware of her condition, and took her to his own home. Soon after this, the decree of Augustus required that they should proceed to Bethlehem, some 80 or 90 miles from Nazareth; and while they were there they found shelter in the inn provided for strangers. But as the inn was crowded, Mary had to retire to a place among the cattle, and there she brought forth her son, who was called Jesus, because he was to save his people from their sins. This was followed by the presentation in the temple, the flight into Egypt, and their return in the following year and residence at Nazareth. There for thirty years Mary, the wife of Joseph the carpenter, resides, and thinks over the strange things that had happened to her. During these years only one event in the history of Jesus is recorded, viz., his going up to Jerusalem when twelve years of age, and his being found among the doctors in the temple. Probably also during this period Joseph died, for he is not again mentioned.
After the announcement of our Lord walking among us little notice is taken of Mary. She was present at the marriage in Cana. A year and a half after this we find her at Capernaum, where Christ uttered the memorable words, “Who is my mother? And who are my brothers? And he stretched forth his hand toward his disciples, and said, “Behold my mother and my brothers!” The next time we find her is at the cross along with her sister Mary, and Mary Magdalene, and Salome, and other women. From that hour John took her to his own house. She was with the little company in the upper room after the Ascension. From this time she completely disappears from public notice. The time and manner of her death are unknown.
“I chose this name because I thought she was brave to just accept that she was to give birth to Jesus and not be afraid on how this could change her life for ever.”
(Ally – Scoil Cill Mhic a’ Domhnaigh)
Prayer for World Migrant and Refugee
Sunday January 13th 2013
Blessed are You, Lord God,
King of all creation.
Through your goodness, we live in this land
That you have so richly blessed.
Help us always to recognize our
Blessing come from you
And remind us to share them with others,
Especially those who come
To us today from other lands.
Help us to be generous, just, and welcoming,
As you have been and are generous to us.
Unite For Live
A Pro-Life vigil will take place in Merrion Square, Dublin next Saturday January 19th from 4:30. Contact Dennis in Tralee 087-6590551 or Kate in Killarney 087-9012899 regarding transport. Join us to stand up for life.
Baptism of The Lord – Baptisms 2013
We welcome into the Catholic Church children who were baptised in our Parish during 2012.
Lucy Emma Scott, Orpington, Kent, England.
Emily Ann Liston, Ballinvounig.
Rhys Edward Keogh, Ceann Trá.
Stephen Michael Griffin, Kilfountain.
Bronwyn Susan Sinéad Ní Haggarty, Ontario, Canada.
Lucy Alida Kennedy, Cois Chnoic.
Conor Peadar Ryan, Passage West, Cork.
Aoife O’Sullivan, Garfiney.
Charlie John McKibben, Model Farm Road, Cork.
Jessica Murphy, Baile Riabhach.
Niamh Muireann Ní Shé, Ard an Bhóthair.
Conall Fergal Ó Sé, Ard an Bhóthair.
Ava Sophia O’Connor, Baile Uí Shé.
William Thomas Webster, Ballyristeen.
Anna Rose Moore, 28 Cois Cnoic.
Benjamin Michael Monks, Swords, Co. Dublin.
Cillian Cameron McKenna Quick, Gibraltar.
Cara Michelle Lynch, Garfiney.
Mallaidh Meaghann Bric, Ceathrúin a Phúca.
Vera Maria O’Sullivan, New Zealand.
Billy Patrick Donegan, Ovens, Co. Cork.
Makayla Amy O’Connor, Cois Cnoic.
Ethan Patrick O’Connor, Cois Cnoic.
Nicole Loretta Kennedy, Dykegate Lane.
Robert Fintan Smyth, Árd na Gréine.
Jack Tomás O’Dowd, Garfinny.
Eva Aislinn Flannery, The Grove.
Thomas Bernard O’Sullivan, Baile Riabhach.
Evelyn O’Brien O’Shea, Garfinny.
Ellen Bríd Terry, Baile Uí Shé.
Conal Pádraig Ó Beaglaoí, Sráid Eoin.
Michael John Fitzgerald, High Road, Ballinaboula.
Donnacha John Ó Murchú, Baile Riabhach.
Róise Ellen Galvin, Aglish.
Benedict Edward Prior, Cluain Dara.
Nell Aide Nash, Fionn Trá.
Thomas James Ó hAiniféin, Lios Deargáin.
Róisín Mya Connolly, Baile Ghoilín, Dingle.
Matthew John O’Riordan, Blackrock, Cork.
Aisling Teresa Galvin, Garrynadur, Lios Póil.
Hannah Mary Farrell, Cois Chnoic, Dingle.
Eve Francesca Nasilowska Wallace, Cluain Dara, Dingle.
Sarah Ava Geaney, Tralee.
Adam Robert Geaney, Tralee.
Katie Eileen Barrett, Milltown, Dingle.
Chloe Ann Ryan, Cois Chnoic, Dingle.
Hannah Eileen Murphy, Cnoic an Cairn, Dingle.
Fergal Oliver Corcoran, Bín Bán, Dingle.
Rory Don Peter Curtin, Wellington, New Zealand.
Rachel Marie Griffin, Sutton, Dublin 13.
The Baptism times in the three Parish Churches are as follows: Naomh Muire: Dé Sathairn – 11am;
An Chéad Domhnach den Mhí – 12.30pm;
Naomh Caitlín: An Tríú Satharn – 6.15i.n. (As Gaeilge)
Naomh Eoin Baiste: An Dara Domhnaigh 10.45am;
Parents are invited to contact Tigh na Sagart to arrange advance booking and registration with a photocopy of the child’s Birth Certificate:
Ár gCóineartú / Confirmation 2013
All Confirmation candidates together with their parents / guardians are reminded to sit in the front seats at our Parish Confirmation Programme Masses this weekend.
Our next Parish Programme will take place on the Sat / Sun March 2nd/3rd, the 3rd Sun of Lent in preparation for Ár gCóineartú on 22ú Márta 2013 at 11.00r.n.

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