Fógraí / Newsletter 21st November

Sollúntas Chríost Rí na nUile 21/11/2010

Pray for Margaret (Peig) Uí Chiobháin, Baile Riabhach; Bridget Gormley, Glen Minard; Mary Devane, Nee O’Sullivan, Straffan, Co. Kildare and late of Glen Minard; John Daniels, late of Aughacasla who died in Cork; Steve McDonagh, Churchfield, Lios Póil; Pat Hand, who died in New York. Solas síoraí dá n-anamacha.

Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is:  Fr. Michael Hussey – 066 – 7139145.



Sat/Sath. 20ú 7.30pm Geraldine O’Connor, Mail Road, CB.
Sun/Domh. 21ú 9.00am Patsy Uí Chléirigh, Báile Móir, CB.
11.30am Edelle Lundon, Cill na gCléireach, CB.
Mon/Luan 22ú 4.00pm Coláiste Íde
7.30pm November Lists of the Dead
Tue/Máirt 23ú 10.00am  
7.30pm NO 7.30pm MASS in ST. MARY’S
Wed/Cead 24ú 7.30pm John and Ellen O’Sullivan, Ballinasig, CB and deceased members of the O’Sullivan Family.
Thur/Déard. 25ú 10.00am Hannah and Charles Davenport, The Grove, CB.
7.30pm John and Ellen Garvey, Ballinasig, CB.
Fri/Aoine 26ú 10.00am Benny Moriarty, Main St., CB.
7.30pm NO 7.30pm MASS in ST. MARY’S
Sat/Sath. 27ú 10.00am John Paul McDonnell, Lough, CB and his wife Kitty.
7.30pm Mary, Francie and Timmy Lovett, Station Row, CB.











Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Tues & Wed 10.30am – 10.00 pm Friday 10.30 – 11.30am

Confessions: Sat. 10.30am-11.00am & after Vigil Masses.


Sun/Domh. 21ú 10.00am Liza and Tim Brosnan, Ballybog, CB.
Mon/Luan 22ú 12.00


Requiem Mass for Bridget Gormley, R.I.P., Glen Minard.
Fri/Aoine 26ú 7.30pm November Lists of the Dead.




Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon


Sun/Domh.21ú 10.30am Mary Begley, Cahirboshina & Green Street, CB.
Tue/Máirt 23ú 7.30pm Cuimhneachán na Marbh.
Thur/Déard. 25ú 11.00am Lá Chaitlíona




Offertory Collection

Weekly Envelopes: €1,066 ; Cash: €874; Total: €1,940. Míle buíochas.

Diocesan Collection for Irish Church Commissions and Agencies €833.

An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:

(27ú & 28ú Samhain).

DINGLE: Euch. Ministers’ Team 3; Collectors’ Team 3; Church Cleaners’ Team 3. Readers: Vigil: Helen Higgins; 9.00a.m. Clár Uí Loingsigh; 11.30a.m. Tommy McCarthy. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Máire Uí Shé agus Treasa Uí Chearbháill. Léitheoir: Pádraig Ó Conchúir. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eoc: Tracey Sheehy. Léitheoir: Liam Ó Rocháin.


World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims Sunday 21st of Nov. Bishop Ó Murchú will celebrate Mass in St. Mary’s Cathedral at 10.30am. Ecumenical Service of Prayer for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Abuse, St James’s Church of Ireland, Dingle Sunday 21st November at 6pm.

Celebration of Remembrance for those touched by suicide in St. Mary’s Cathedral, Sunday Nov. 21st at 4pm organised by Living Links Kerry. Fáilte roimh cách.

Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Fatima 9th – 16th May, 2011, ex Cork. See notice in Church Porch.

Camphill Craft Fair Sunday November 21st 1pm – 5pm, in Doonshean.

St Vincent de Paul annual church gate collection will be held Sat/Sun 11th/12th December.
Maidin Mháirt san Ionad Lae i Lios Póil – Leanfar le seisiún na Máirte do thuismitheoirí in Ionad Lae Lios Póil a bhíonn ar siúl 10.30 – 12.00. Bíonn Grúpa Súgartha ann chomh maith le caint agus cleachtadh. Beidh Eithne Ní Chatháin ag déanamh Crepes ar an Mháirt seo chughainn.

John Henry Newman – Scholar and Saint

Will be the subject of a series of talks given at An Díseart this autumn by Fr. Jim Sheehy at 8pm.

Nov. 24th – The Relevance of Newman to the Church and World of the 21st Century.  Dec. 1st – Blessed John Henry Newman “Heart Speaks to Heart”. All Welcome.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament from 7pm – 9pm on Sunday 21st of Nov., the Feast of Christ the King in the side Chapel (Nuns’ Chapel) of St. Mary’s, commencing with Rosary at 7pm. Fáilte roimh cách.

International Eucharistic Congress – Dublin 10-17th June 2012

Visit the Congress Website at www.iec2012.ie for more information. See wordonweb.org for scripture study resources to prepare for the Congress.
Pray the Congress Prayer:
Lord Jesus,
You were sent by the Father
to gather together those who are scattered.
You came among us, doing good and bringing healing,
announcing the Word of salvation
and giving the Bread which lasts forever.

Be our companion on life’s pilgrim way.
May your Holy Spirit inflame our hearts,
enliven our hope and open our minds,
so that together with our sisters and brothers in faith
we may recognise you in the Scriptures
and in the breaking of bread.

May your Holy Spirit transform us into one body
and lead us to walk humbly on the earth,
in justice and love,
as witnesses of your resurrection.

In communion with Mary,
whom you gave to us as our Mother
at the foot of the cross,
through you
may all praise, honour and blessing be to the Father
in the Holy Spirit and in the Church,
Now and forever.

Misean an Phobail 2010

In our last weekend’s “Sunday Message” we acknowledged by name the fourteen members of our visiting Mission team in deep appreciation of their ministry to us all. We put on record now our sincere thanks to all in our Parish community who worked so well both before and during our week of Mission. Thanks to all who care for our churches and schools, all who helped plan and promote the Mission, everybody who presented the liturgies, dramas, music and our teams of collectors and all those who generously supported the collections and not forgetting those thoughtful parishioners who sent in apple pies and home baking for our Missioners.

Dingle Parish Pastoral Council encourages all parishioners to know about all our apostolic groupings and liturgical celebrations. Any person who would like to become more involved in the life and work of the Church is invited to make contact with Fr. Tomás, Fr. Bernard or any leader of such Parish activities. Young folk (18 – 30) interested in travelling to Madrid’s World Youth Day next summer might contact Fr. Bernard as Kerry Diocese will be sending youth representatives.

Christ the King Sunday affords a golden opportunity to reflect on how you can be engaged in building up Christ’s Kingdom of love and mercy, justice and peace in your own home Parish.

Next Sunday we will prepare and decorate our Jesse Trees heralding the coming of Emmanuel and outlining his own Family Tree and lineage. Looking back on a dark week of tragic violence and pain in Limerick and Cork we can all rely strongly on Críost ár nDóchas – Christ Our Hope.

Remembering in November



We all love to be remembered.

but if we want to be remembered,

we have a duty also to remember.

Memory is a powerful thing.

Wrongly used it brings death.

Rightly used it brings life,

and is a form of immortality.

It keeps the past alive.

Those we remember never die;

they continue to walk and talk with us.

We want you to know that we haven’t forgotten you.

We remember you.

And your memory most definitely

brings life to us today.

May the Lord bless you and keep you.

May the Lord let his face shine on you,

And be gracious to you.

May the Lord look kindly on you and give you peace. Amen.

Mass for the dead will be celebrated during November as follows:

Mondays in Naomh Muire, Dingle, 7.30pm.

Dé Máirt in Naomh Caitlín, Fionntrá, 7.30pm.

Fridays in Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil, 7.30pm.

NB: There will be no evening Mass in St. Mary’s on Tuesday and Friday during November.

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 each child a copy of the Grapevine / An Fhíniúin in family preparation for our next special liturgy of the Third Sunday of Advent on the weekend of 11th/12th of December please study and discuss together at home.

Prayer for the Unborn

Pope Benedict will celebrate a vigil for All Nascent Human Life in St Peter’s Basilica on Saturday 27th November, the eve of the First Sunday of Advent. The Pope has invited all Diocesan Bishops and Catholics throughout the world to join in prayer for this intention. The purpose of the Vigil is to “thank the Lord for his total self-giving in the world and for his Incarnation which gave every human life its real worth and dignity” and to “invoke the Lord’s protection over every human being called into existence.” The Vigil is also to “promote the commitment and the ecclesial witness for a culture of life and love.”

Our Diocesan liturgy for this intention will be celebrated at St Mary’s Cathedral, Killarney on Saturday 27th November after the 6.15pm Vigil Mass.

You are invited to pray the

Prayer of Pope John Paul II from his letter
Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life):

O Mary, bright dawn of the new world,

Mother of the living, to you do we entrust the cause of life

Look down, O Mother, upon the vast numbers

of babies not allowed to be born,

of the poor whose lives are made difficult,

of men and women who are victims of brutal violence,

of the elderly and the sick killed by indifference or out of misguided mercy.

Grant that all who believe in your Son may proclaim the Gospel of life with honesty and love

to the people of our time.

Obtain for them the grace to accept that Gospel

as a gift ever new, the joy of celebrating it with gratitude throughout their lives and the courage to bear witness to it resolutely, in order to build,

together with all people of good will,

the civilization of truth and love,

to the praise and glory of God, the Creator and lover of life. (EV 105)

Lá Chaitlíona

Déardaoin an 25ú Samhain,

Aifreann ag 11am i Séipéal Naomh Chaitlín.

Paidir Naomh Chaitlín
Beannaím-se dhuitse a Chaitlín ró-naofa,
Fé mar a bheannaigh siadsan dhuit,
Beannaím-se fé dhuit.
Is chugatsa a thána ag gearán mo phéin dhuit,
Ag iarraidh mé a leigheas i gcúntas Dé,
Dia agus Muire agus tusa á réiteach. Amen.


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