Fr Michael Moynihan PP
Tel (066) 9151208/087-6551902
January 23rd, 2022
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Pray for Terry McNulty, Terenure, Dublin and Green St; Canon Micheál Doherty, Glenbeigh. Suaimhneas síoraí dá
St Mary’s Church, Dingle.
Sat 22ú 6.15pm 1. James Ashe, Harrow, England and Glen Minard, MM. 2. Jim and Eileen Sheeran, Garfinny and their son, Jim, Waterford. 3. Ged Bowler, The Grove.
Sun 23ú 11.30am Evelyn Bambury, Bridge Street, 1ú CB.
Mon 24ú 10.00am Sa Díseart.
Tues 25ú 10.00am Michael Nelligan, Ballinvounig, 1ú CB.
Céad 26ú 10.00am Elizabeth and Tommy Kennedy, Garfinny Bridge.
Déard 27ú 10.00am Paróisteánaigh.
Fri 28ú 6.15pm David Heelan and Pat Kemp.
Sat 29ú 6.15pm 1. Keady Clifford, Emlagh. 2. Mary J. Griffin, Dykegate Lane 1ú CB.
3. Hannah Sheehy, Station Row and The Grove 4. Vitas Lemnickis, Lithuania.
5. Micheál Ó Súilleabháin, An Choill.
6. Peter (Peadar) Riordan, Rathfarnham and Brandon 1ú CB.
Sun 30ú 11.30am Jack Walsh, Green 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
Rotas: Next Weekend: St Mary’s: Euch.
Mins: 6.15pm: Maura Flahive, Elaine O’Connor and Marie Moriarty. 11:30am Bridie Fitzgerald and Ann Curran.
Readers: 6.15pm: Marian O’Sullivan.11.30am Walsh Family. Cleaners T4.
Naomh Caitlín, Fionn Trá
Sat 22ú 7.30i.n. Páidí Ó Sé, Ard a’ Bhóthair.
Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil
Domh. 30ú 10.00am. Intinn Príobháideach
Rota: Next Week: Min. Eoc. Máire Uí Chinnéide. Léitheoir: Cathy Ní Ghrifín.
Thought for the day: One of the encouraging signs in today’s church is the growing popularity of lectio divina, praying the Scriptures. This is best done with other people because it is so enriching as we benefit from the observations and questions of fellow pilgrims. It comes alive when I can say “today, this scripture has been fulfilled in my hearing.” Prayer: Lord, inspire me to read your Scriptures and to meditate upon them day and night. I beg you to give me real understanding of what I need, that I in turn may put its precepts into practice. Yet, I know that understanding and good intentions are worthless, unless rooted in your graceful love. So I ask that the words of Scripture may also be not just signs on a page, but channels of grace into my heart. Amen. (Origen, 184-253 AD)
€€Online giving€€. You can now make a donation to the Parish online by clicking on the Donate button on our Parish website.
Mass Cards are available from the Parish Office 066-9151208.
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 € 2,744. 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 Eamonn Mulvihill 066-7139145.
Children making their First Confession and First Communion and their parents are invited to attend Mass on Saturday/Sunday January 29th/30th.
St Mary’s Church – 6.15pm for the children of Scoil Iognáid Rís, Scoil an Ghleanna, Bunscoil an Chlochair agus Scoil Caitlín Naofa.
Naomh Eoin Baiste, Lios Póil – 10am for the children of Scoil Naomh Eoin Baiste.
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: Like the Magi who came from the East to Bethlehem to honour the Messianic King, we Christians are also pilgrims on the way toward full unity, in the diversity of our confessions and traditions. Let us #PrayTogether and keep our eyes fixed on Jesus, our only Lord.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity continues until January 25th. The theme chosen for this year is ‘We Saw His Star in the East’.
Sunday, January 23rd, marks the beginning of Catholic Schools Week 2022. During this week, we aim to celebrate the unique contribution that Catholic schools, both primary and post-primary, make to supporting each other and living out Jesus’ message of the Gospel. This year’s theme is ‘Catholic Schools: Living Life to the Full’.
Offertory Collection: Total: € 2,032
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.
Caring for the Environment: As part of the Diocesan Mission this week Fr Sean McDonagh spoke to us of the importance of caring for the environment. There are many ways to approach the issue: Practically, Spiritually, Community and Globally. Some practical ways we can care include the following: 1. Remember to bring your own shopping bags. So you don’t forget leave some in the hall, the car, your handbag, at work etc 2. Stop buying cling film and sandwich/freezer bags. If possible, put things in a reusable container. As a last resort use tinfoil. Tinfoil can be recycled over and over again. 3. Stop using hand wash that comes in plastic containers and use a bar of soap instead. There are antibacterial soap bars available too. (Soap bars last for ages and are much less expensive.)
Bunscoil an Chlochair: Clárú ar siúl faoi láthair don scoilbhliain 2022-2023. Teangmhála: Teil: 066 9151154 nó R-phost:
Gluten Free hosts are available from the Priest at Communion Time.