Fógraí / Newsletter 16th January 2022

Dingle Parish
Fr Michael Moynihan PP
Tel (066) 9151208/087-6551902
January 16th, 2022
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Pray for Lily Manning, (née Scanlon), late of Chapel Lane who died in London; Eileen Moriarty, Oakpark, Tralee and Castlegregory; Máirín Uí Churnáin, (Ní Rúiséal), Carraig. Suaimhneas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
St Mary’s Church, Dingle.
Sat 15ú 6.15pm 1. Maura Garvey, 1ú CB and John and Ellen Garvey, Ballinasig, 2. Kathleen Lynch, Upper Main St. 3. Peggy O’Connor 1ú CB and her husband Patrick, Knocknahow. 4. John and Josie Eade, Goat St. 5. Nora and Patrick Wallace, Baile Móir. 6. Kathleen, Mary Teresa and Cian Brick, Cahernapuka.
Sun 16ú 11.30am Olivia O’Connor, Marian Park.
Mon 17ú 10.00am Sa Díseart.
Tues 18ú 10.00am Special Intention.
Céad 19ú 10.00am Paróisteánaigh.
Déard 20ú 10.00am Nora and Paddy Hannafin, Ballybeg, Ceann Trá.
Fri 21ú 6.15pm Liam and Ciss Bowler, Ballingrane and deceased members of the Bowler and Barrett Families.
Sat 22ú 6.15pm 1. James Ashe, Harrow, England and Glen Minard, MM. 2. Jim and Eileen Sheeran, Garfinny and their son, Jim, Waterford.
Sun 23ú 11.30am Evelyn Bambury, Bridge Street, 1ú CB.

To join Masses on Webcam click on picture of sanctuary on our website dingleparish.ie
St. Mary’s: Confessions: Friday after the 6.15pm Mass.

Rotas: Next Weekend: St Mary’s: Euch. Mins: 6.15pm: Ann O’Connor, Theresa Ashe and Gobnait Uí Chonchúir. 11:30am Kitty O’Flaherty and Anne Begley. Readers: 6.15pm: Noel O’Neill. 11.30am Maurice O’Connor. Cleaners T3.

Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil
Domh. 16ú 10.00am. Mary O’Sullivan, Baile na Saor and Garraí na dTor, MM.

Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá
Sat 22ú 7.30i.n. Páidí Ó Sé, Ard a’ Bhóthair.

Rota: Next Week: Min. Eoc. Máirín Uí Shé. Léitheoir: Dónal Ó Ciobháin.

Thought for the day: The (extra)ordinary experience of “everyday” love is itself a sacrament. As such, it mediates the love of God and gives us both an experience and a language by which we make speak of God, God who is love itself. Prayer: Open our eyes to recognise you at the heart of the “everyday” love which sustains and inspires us: whoever lives in love, lives in God and God in them!

€€Online giving€€. You can now make a donation to the Parish online by clicking on the Donate button on our Parish website.

Offertory Collection: Total: €1,579
Míle buíochas.

Mass Cards are available from the Parish Office 066-9151208.

Gluten Free hosts are available from the Priest at Communion Time.

Christmas Crib Appeal 2021 – your Crib donations will go to the Cara Project in Kenya. Your support for this very worthy cause is greatly appreciated. Received to date € 2,215. Míle buíochas.

Recordings of daily Mass will be available on the Parish website each day and funerals for one month. Our provider is unable to record mobile camera broadcasts.

Priest on duty this Sunday:
Fr Michael Moynihan 087-6551902.

Christmas Dues – Focal Buíochais
Fr Michael would like to thank all who have handed in their Christmas Dues Envelopes. They can be placed the Building Fund Boxes at the back of the Churches. Your support of your Parish Priest is greatly appreciated. NB: If paying by cheque, please make cheque payable to Teach na Sagart for Dues and Dingle Parish for Parish. Míle buíochas for your great generosity and support of the Parish and its’ Priest throughout the year.

Diocesan Mission 2022 The diocese will hold a Mission from Jan 16th – 19th. Each day, you are invited to join in the Mission talk, Prayer, Mass, Reflection, Prayer Petition and Family Time. Speakers include
Oisín McConville, Kate Liffey, Fr Sean McDonagh and Miriam Kerins Hussey. Register for the upcoming Mission, Moving Forward in Hope, on www.dioceseofkerry.ie

Synodal Pathway – Our time to reflect, discuss and listen: As part of our Diocese’s participation in the 2023 Synod of Bishops, we will be offering opportunities for discussion and listening in the Spring.
Before that happens, you are invited to visit www.dioceseofkerry.ie/SynodQ/ to learn more about the questions that Pope Francis is asking us to reflect on.

Pope Francis – Tweet: The prophet Jeremiah tells us that God has “plans for our welfare and not for evil, to give us a future and a hope” (29:11). We should be unafraid, then, to make room for peace in our lives by cultivating dialogue and fraternity among one another. The prophet Jeremiah tells us that God has “plans for our welfare and not for evil, to give us a future and a hope” (29:11). We should be unafraid, then, to make room for peace in our lives by cultivating dialogue and fraternity among one another.
Parish Masses: You are welcome to attend either the weekday Mass or weekend Mass as the Sunday obligation is still lifted. We give thanks to God that we can physically gather as a faith community once again. Protective measures include:
(i) You are asked to wear a face mask.
(ii) Come in good time.
(iii) We ask that you observe social distancing.
(iv) Communion can only be received in the hand at this time.
(v) hand sanitisation is advised.
(vii) You can place your offering for the offertory collection in the building fund boxes at the back of the churches as the passing of baskets is not permitted.
Your co-operation is very much appreciated.

2022 Diocesan Collections

5th/6th February – Lourdes Helpers
2th/13th March – Emigrant Services
23rd/24th April – Peter’s Pence
14th/15th May – Education of Clergy
4th/5th June – Family Services & Accord
2nd/3rd July – Sick & Retired Priests
6th/7th August – Pastoral Centre
3rd/4th September – Diocesan Needs
22nd/23rd October – Propagation of the Faith
5th/6th November – Irish Church Commissions and Agencies
3rd/4th December – Diocesan Youth Service.

Pope’s Intentions: During January the Pope asks us to pray ‘For true human fraternity’. We pray for all those suffering from religious discrimination and persecution; may their own rights and dignity be recognized, which originate from being brothers and sisters in the human family. In February we are asked to pray ‘For religious sisters and consecrated women’. We pray for religious sisters and consecrated women; thanking them for their mission and their courage; may they continue to find new responses to the challenges of our times.

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