Fr Michael Moynihan PP
Tel (066) 9151208/087-6551902
March 6th, 2022
First Sunday of Lent
Pray for Brian Ó Murchadha Ballyeightra. Frank Sheehy, Grey’s Lane and Dublin; Fr John Lawlor, late PP of Ballydonoghue and formerly of Ardfert; John A Murphy, Cork. Suaimhneas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
St Mary’s Church, Dingle.
Sat 5ú 6.15pm 1. Bill O’Shea, and his parents Alf and Gwen O’Shea, The Wood.
Sun 6ú 11.30am James Ashe, Kinard and deceased Griffin and Ashe Family members.
Mon 7ú 10.00am Sa Díseart.
Tues 8ú 10.00am Thomas and Hannah Maunsell, Castlegregory.
Céad 9ú 10.00am Teo Coffey (née Donnelly) late of Green Street.
Déard 10ú 10.00am Paróisteánaigh.
Fri 11ú 6.15pm Special Intention.
Sat 12ú 6.15pm 1. Margaret Walsh, Goat St. MM, 2. Michael O’Donnell, Ventry, MM.
Sun 13ú 11.30am Paddy and Phyllis McGrane and Stephen and Olive Murphy.
To join Masses on Webcam click on picture of sanctuary on our website dingleparish.ie
St. Mary’s: Confessions: Friday after the
Rotas: Next Weekend: St Mary’s: Euch.
Mins: 6.15pm: Maura Flahive, Blandina O’Connor and Christín Uí Chonchúir. 11:30am Patricia Williams and Tracey Sheehy. Readers: 6.15pm: Des McQuaid. 11.30am Liz Uí Uigín. Cleaners T2.
Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá
Sat 5ú 7.30i.n. 1. Tommy agus Maureen O’Shea, Cathair an Treantaigh, agus Muintir Uí Shé agus Muintir Uí Chíobháin, atá ar shlí na fírinne. 2. Micheál Ó Súilleabháin, Baile an Trasna.
Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil
Domh. 13ú 10.00am. 1. Seán Hand, Kinard. 2. Denis Galvin, Aglish. 3. Deceased members of the Kavanagh Family, Boherbrack.
Rota: Next Week: Min. Eoc. Máiréad Uí Ghairbhí. Léitheoir: Pádraig Ó Conchúir.
Concerned about the ecological crisis? Be part of a faith community response to Pope Francis’ call to care for Our Common Home, a six- week online book club run by Diocese of Kerry’s Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Committee and Trócaire exploring Pope Francis encyclical Laudato Si.
To learn more and register for an Online Book Club go to www.dioceseofkerry.ie
Thought for the day: The days of spring lengthen and Lent echoes nature inviting us as well to a new springtime of faith. As in farming and gardening, there is work to be done if new growth is to flourish or even to happen at all. We have to look back and see what has done well and what has, in effect, died off. We need to make space by clearing the ground and looking at ourselves honestly. It would be good to identify what will feed and sustain us during this journey from the ashes of Ash Wednesday to the new birth of the Easter. Prayer: In this springtime, creator God, we watch new life appear from the dark earth after the night of winter. Help us also to grow. In us, there is darkness and night; yet we know that you can bring us once more to life. Amen.
€€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: €1,295.00.
Míle buíochas. Diocesan Collection for Emigrant Services will be taken up next weekend, March 12th/13th. There will be a separate box at the back of the Churches.
Priest on duty this Sunday:
Fr Eamon Mulvihill 066-7139145.
Synodal Path: Pope Francis’s Invitation & Our Response. Pope Francis has invited every member of the Church throughout the world to share their experiences, insights and hopes for the Church. Every diocese has been asked to give opportunities for reflection, discussion and feedback in preparation for the Synod of Bishops in 2023. Here in the Diocese of Kerry there is the opportunity to share your thoughts on-line or to participate in person in the next 2 months. For details see: https://www.dioceseofkerry.ie/Synod
Daily Prayer for Synodal Listening
God our Father, Pope Francis has asked us to pray, discuss and listen, so that we might grow stronger in communion, more aware of our mission, and truly participate in the life of our Church. May the Holy Spirit help us to hear His voice during this time of listening in our Diocese. We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen.
Pope Francis: I would like to appeal to those with political responsibility to examine their consciences seriously before God, who is the God of peace and not of war; who is the Father of all, not just of some, who wants us to be brothers and not enemies. I pray that all the parties involved refrain from any action that would cause even more suffering to the people of Ukraine.
Parish Masses: It will no longer be necessary to wear facemasks at Mass. However, should people wish to continue to wear masks, they are welcome to do so. The following measures will remain in place:
(i) Communion can only be received in the hand for the moment.
(ii) hand sanitisation is advised.
(iii) You can place your offering for the offertory collection in the building fund boxes at the back of the churches.
Your co-operation is very much appreciated.
Trócaire and Dues Envelopes 2022
The Spring and Easter Dues Envelopes and Trócaire Boxes have now been distributed. Buíochas to the Contact People who distribute them. Spare envelopes and Trócaire Boxes are available at the back of the three Parish Churches. NB: If paying by cheque please make it payable to Tigh an tSagairt for the Dues and Dingle Parish for Trócaire.
Trócaire works all year round to help people who live in places where climate change, Covid, conflict, injustice and poverty are among the obstacles to living life to the full. This year, the Lenten story focuses on Thandekile and her family from Zimbabwe. Trócaire works with groups who are on the ground working for a better tomorrow. The crisis in Ukraine is a devastating humanitarian disaster, which people in Ireland are responding to with deep compassion. The most effective way to provide support to the people of Ukraine, is to donate money to humanitarian agencies that are working on the ground in Ukraine and Poland, like Trócaire. The generosity of the people of Ireland is deeply appreciated. Every cent and euro donated to Trócaire will be used to support people who are facing deep crisis, and to ensure no-one is forgotten.
Your support this Lent will go a long way to help. “A better tomorrow shouldn’t be only for some. A better tomorrow should belong to us all.” (Trócaire Lenten pack 2022).
Visit trócaire.org to donate.
Lent: Pray, Fast, Give
Stations of The Cross – we will reflect on the Stations at 6.15pm in St Mary’s Church every Wednesday evening during Lent.
Mass Cards are available from the Parish