Fógraí / Newsletter October 14th 2018


Safeguarding Sunday
October 14th 2018

Message from Bishop of Kerry and Chairperson of the Diocesan Safeguarding Committee
We welcome this initiative to have an annual Safeguarding Sunday in the Diocese. Each year it will remind us all that the key to safeguarding is good public awareness of the potential danger to children and the importance of good practice across the Diocese.
Safeguarding Sunday this year gives us an opportunity to remember and say thanks to all who have voluntarily worked for the cause in the Diocese, at diocesan or parish level over the past twenty years and more. Special thanks to those who continue to serve at this time.
The week of his visit to Ireland Pope Francis wrote a letter to the People of God, to the whole Church worldwide. Two sentences from that letter reminds us why Safeguarding is so important. “Even though it can be said that most of these cases belong to the past, nonetheless as time goes on we have come to know the pain of many of the victims. We have realised that these wounds never disappear and that they require us forcefully to condemn these atrocities.”
Bishop Ray Browne, Rosarii O’Connor
An tSeachtaine seo chugainn: 20ú/11ú Deireadh Fómhair
DINGLE Euch. Ministers’ 3: Vigil: Joan Uí Mhoráin, Betty Hand, Marie Moriarty, Bernie Bowler and Gobnait Uí Chonchúir. 11:30am Kitty O’Flaherty, Clár Uí Loingsigh Ann O’Connor and James Devane. Collectors’ Team 3; Church Cleaners’ Team 3.
Readers: 8.00pm Noel O’Neill. 11.30am Liz Higgins.
LIOS PÓIL: MINISTÉIRÍ EOC.: Marie Uí Ghrifín agus Máire Uí Chinnéide. LÉITHEOIR: Céad Comaoine. FIONN TRÁ: MINISTÉIR EOC. Nóirín Uí Rocháin. LÉITHEOIR: Phil Uí Chatháin.

Canonisation of Archbishop Oscar Romero
This Sunday, 14th October 2018, at a ceremony in Rome, Pope Francis will officially recognise the sainthood of Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador. It is a fitting tribute to an extraordinary man, whose life still influences the work of Trōcaire and similar organisations working for human rights around the world.


Disappointments are part and parcel of life. Some we expect, some just happen and more happen totally unexpected. While they do set us back, we can certainly pick up the pieces and get going again. In most cases we re-adjust, we learn from the experience and move on. Trying to avoid disappointments is impossible; it’s restrictive and means we are out of touch with real life. Even in our Gospels, Jesus and his friends experienced setbacks and disappointments. Everything did not go according to plan, not everyone welcomed them but yet they kept going forward in hope. An old saying probably sums it up best, ‘Our best success comes after our greatest disappointments.’
Pray for Hannah Devane, (nee McKenna) Oakpark, Tralee and late of Leataoibh; Bridie Corridan, (nee Griffin), Kilmanihan, Brosna and late of Doonties. Suaimhneas síoraí dá n-anamacha.
St. Mary’s Church
Sat 13ú 8.00pm 1. John Bambury, Bridge St., 1ú CB and his son Kieran.
2. James Moriarty, Ballycaneen, Glens, 1ú CB and his brother Tom, Ballycaneen.
3. Gerard O’Connor, The Mall.
4. Kathleen and Patrick Diver, Garrynadur.
Sun 14ú 11.30am Michael Lovett, Lower Green Street.
Mon 15ú 10.00am An Díseart.
Tue 16ú 10.00am Paróisteánaigh.
Céad 17ú 7.30pm Margaret and John Reilly, Co. Cavan.
Déard 18ú 10.00am Michael, Nora and Angela Foley.
Friday 19ú 7.30pm Jim and Kitty Daly.
Sat 20ú 8.00pm 1. Bridie O’Sullivan, Flemingstown.
2. Nora Moriarty, late of The Colony and Emlagh, Ventry and her sister Margaret Moriarty and Jane and Tadhg Flaherty, The Colony.
3. Martin Scanlon, Glens.
Sun 21ú 11.30am
Halla Cheann Trá
Sath 13ú 6.15i.n. Mike Griffin, Ceann Trá, 1ú CB.
Sath 20ú 6.15i.n.
Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil
Sun 14ú 10.00am Caitlín Uí Chathasaigh, Bothar Breac, 1ú CB.
Sun 21ú 10.00am Mary and Greg Curran, Minard East.
St. Mary’s Confessions: Sat. 10.30am – 11.00am & after Vigil Masses.
Adoration: St Mary’s: Tues 10.30am – 10pm; Wed 5.30 – 7.30pm. First Friday: 10.30 – 11.30am. Adoration: Naomh Eoin Baiste: Thursday 11 am – 12 noon.
Dues Envelopes
As the Autumn Dues and November Offering Envelopes 2018 are being returned, Fr. Joe would like to thank you for your support and generosity. Donations from these two envelopes support your priest’s income. Táimíd buíoch do gach éinne a thugann na clúdaigh litreach go dtí na teaghlaigh. We appreciate you returning these envelopes at your earliest convenience. Spare envelopes are available at the back of the parish churches. Buíochas ó chroí.
Choir Practise for Cór Naomh Muire every Tuesday at 8.15pm in the Presbytery Meeting room. New members are welcome.
Offertory Collection
Weekly Envelopes: €921; Cash: €1,214. Total: €2,135. Míle buíochas. Diocesan Collection for Propagation of the Faith will be taken up next weekend, October 20th/21st as a second collection after Communion.
Coineartú 2019
Children and their parents/guardians are invited to occupy the front seats in St. Mary’s Church at this Saturday’s vigil Mass for their Enrolment Ceremony.
Lá an Easpaig – Déardaoin, 16ú Bealtaine, 11.00am.
Safeguarding Sunday
This is our first diocesan Safeguarding Sunday. Leaflets are available at the back of the Churches, please take a copy home with you.
Ardfert Retreat Centre: (1) Celebrate your Faith with videos: Thomas Merton, Dietrich Bonhoeffer & others. Elizabeth Gilmartin, Mondays, 15th Oct. 7.30-9pm. (2) What does God want me to do with my life? Fr. Sean Sheehy, Wed. 17th Oct, 7.00pm-8.30pm. (3) Jesus & the Gospels (Denis McBride) Programme: Elizabeth Gilmartin, Tuesdays, starts 16th Oct. 2.30-4.00pm. (4) Practical skills to promote self-care and well being: Anna O’Donoghue, I.A.C.P Contact: 087 944 7105.
Passion for Mission: Embracing the possible in times of conflict: The Diocese of Kerry celebrates Mission Month with a public talk by Fr. Niall Geaney and Sr. Orla Treacy on Thursday 18th October @8pm in St. John’s Pastoral Centre, Tralee.
Trócaire Parish Volunteers: Trócaire supports some of the world’s most vulnerable people in the developing world, while also raising awareness of injustice and global poverty in Ireland. We meet three times a year in Killarney to organise initiatives in our communities. If interested in becoming involved, email volunteering@trocaire.org or phone Father Michael Moynihan on 087-6551902
Exploration of the Christian Story with Dr. Eugene Duffy, Mary I, Limerick on Wednesday, October 17th and Wednesday, October 24th 2018 in St. Patrick’s Hall, Listowel at 8pm. All are welcome. There is no charge for this event.
The Irish Pilgrimage Trust: applications for their Easter Pilgrimage to Lourdes is now open, closing date October 31st. Young people aged 11-30 yrs with a variety of special needs are all eligible to apply. This pilgrimage provides respite care for parents and guardians and a free trip for the young person. Info on www.irishpilgrimagetrust.com or 086 1030740 or 087 2809833
The World of Nano Nagle: Sat 20th Oct: Maurice Bric UCD: when the Penal Laws were enforced, ignored and abolished. 10am – 4pm; €65 incl. light lunch; Booking required Nano Nagle Birthplace 022 26411 www.nanonaglebirthplace.ie
Coláiste Íde – lá oscailte ar an 14ú Deireadh Fómhair óna 12.00 – 4.00pm. Breis eolais ó 066 9151211 nó info@colaisteide.com.
Ranganna oíche ag tosnú go luath, i bPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne. Gaeilge, Aeróbaic, Adhmadóireacht, Ealaín, Rinnce ar an Sean-nós, Cearamics agus eile. Gach eolas ó Bhríd 089 4937172 nó bl@pcd07.ie
Parkinson’s association of Ireland: The next meeting of the South Kerry Branch will take place this Monday 15th October from 7pm to 9pm in the pastoral centre @ the Church of the Resurrection, Killarney. This month there will be a 20 minute talk by Tom Quinlan on affordable live-in-care. Everyone welcome.
Dingle Parish Liturgy group meeting will take place on this Wednesday, October 17th at 8pm in the Sacristy of St. Mary’s Church.

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