An Ochtú Domhnach Fichead Saor 10/10/2010
Priest on Call for the Corca Dhuibhne Pastoral Area is: Fr. Tomás Ó Luanaigh – Tel. 066-9151208.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
|Sat/Sath. 9ú||8.00pm||Kathleen and Patrick Divers, Garrynadur, CB.|
|Sun/Domh. 10ú||9.00am||Gerard O’Connor, The Mall, CB.|
|11.30am||Missa Pro Populo|
|Mon/Luan 11ú||4.00pm||Coláiste Íde|
|7.30pm||Paddy and Ita O’Donoghue and daughter Mary, The Mall, CB.|
|7.30pm||Dorothy Quirke, Boston, R.I.P.|
|Wed/Cead 13ú||7.30pm||Sam O’Malley, The Grove, CB.|
|Thur/Déard. 14ú||10.00am||Michael Lovett, Green St., 1ú CB.|
|7.30pm||Bridget Begley and her husband Patrick, CB.|
|7.30pm||Bridie O’Sullivan, CB.|
|Sat/Sath. 16ú||10.00am||Eileen Nutter, Milltown, CB.|
|8.00pm||Mary O’Sullivan, The Mall, 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.
NAOMH EOIN BAISTE, LIOS PÓIL
|Sun/Domh. 10ú||10.00am||Danny O’Sullivan, Goulane Árd, CB.|
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
NAOMH CAITLÍN, FIONN TRÁ
Adhradh na Naomh Shacraiminte
Déardaoin / Thursday 11 am – 12 noon
Weekly Envelopes: €1,368; Cash: €1,100;
Total: €2,468. Buíochas ó chroí.
An Deireadh Seachtaine seo chugainn:
(16ú & 17ú Deireadh Fómhar).
DINGLE: Eucharistic Ministers’ Team 1; Collectors’ Team 1; Church Cleaners’ Team 1. Readers: Vigil: Helen Higgins; 9.00a.m. Gobnait Uí Chonchúir; 11.30a.m. Barbara Prendergast. LIOS PÓIL: Ministéirí Eoc.: Mary Devane agus Máiréad Uí Gháirbhí. Léitheoir: Risteard Mac Eoin. FIONN TRÁ: Ministéir Eocairiste: Caitlín Uí Mhurchú. Léitheoir: Pádraig Firtéar.
The Autumn and November List Envelopes will be distributed in the next few days. Buíochas to the Teagmhálaí who distribute them on behalf of the Parish. Buíochas ó chroí for your great generosity.
PARISH FINANCE COMMITTEE
Our Parish Finance Committee would like to thank all who have returned their Taxback forms which we will send to Revenue later this week.
Any outstanding ones are welcome by contacting our Parish Office on 066-9151208.
Cór Naomh Muire
Choir Practices will resume shortly. An Open Night will be held in the Presbytery Meeting Room on Tuesday 12th of Oct. at 8.15pm. Anyone who likes to sing and wishes to get a taste of Choral singing is most welcome to come along, you don’t need to be a Pavarotti, just like to sing. Fáilte romhat.
Coláiste Ìde, An Daingean – Lá oscailte 16ú & 17ú Meán Fómhair 12 – 5pm for students who wish to enrol for 2012 and subsequent years. Info.0669151211.
Community Bingo in the Temperance Hall Monday the 11th October at 7:30pm.
Kerry Head Cycle in aid of Adolescent Counselling Service, Kerry Saturday 23rd October. Contact: Jim on 086-2581217 or Rory on 086-1735786.
Junior Cycle/Certificate: A consultation meeting with parents on proposed reform to the junior cycle / cert will be held Tues 12th Oct. 7:30pm in the North campus, IT, Dromtacker,Tralee. Refreshments served afterwards.
West Kerry Mental Health Assoc. Saturday 16th Oct in the Alpine Guesthouse 3pm to 6pm mar chuid do Sheachtain Dhomhanda Feasachta Sláinte Intinne beidh imeachtaí, Yoga, amhráin, rinnce, suaithreacht cinn agus cos, saor in aisce.
Comhar Naíonraí na Gaeltacht Teo – Post: Fáiltíonn roimh iarratais do phost mar Oifigeach Forbartha luath oideachais / Cúram leanaí i nGaeltacht Chiarraí. Post páirtaimseartha do 20 uair a chloig sa tseachtain atá i gceist. Seoltar iarratais mar aon le CV roimh Aoine 29ú Deireadh Fómhair chuig: An Bainisteoir, Comhar Naíonraí na Gaeltachta Teo., Cuileán, Co. na Gaillimh.
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.
Oct. 13th – Events and Influences that Formed and Moulded him. Oct 20th – His Sermons;
Oct. 27th – The Church: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. Nov. 3rd – Newman and Conscience.
Nov. 17th – Newman on the Laity.
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”.
Eucharistic Congress 2012
In preparation for the Eucharistic Congress 2012, we are invited over the coming two years to focus on how we celebrate the Eucharist.
“The way we gather is meant to reflect something of who we are. Instead of people coming unnoticed into the church, might there be a friendly face, distributing the leaflet perhaps? Instead of people just waiting for things to start, might we practise the music, to get us into the frame of mind? Instead of the priest slipping in a side door from the sacristy, could we have a procession up the church, from among the gathered people, drawing us into a common focus? Perhaps, before the priest begins, might a layperson welcome us and present the theme of the day’s worship?”
(Excerpt from Exploring Eucharist – Dónal Harrington)
Together in Mission
Mission Sunday – October 24th
In his message for Mission Sunday, Pope Benedict wrote, “I wish to acknowledge the great work of all missionaries, who proclaim the gospel in distant and difficult places, often at the cost of their own lives. Offer them your friendship, closeness and support. Please support the Younger Churches by your prayers. In spite of present economic difficulties, please also give them material support. The Mission Sunday collection organised by the Pontifical Mission Societies, to whom I express my gratitude, will go towards the support of priests, seminarians, religious and catechists in distant missionary lands.”
Mission Sunday, the second last Sunday of October, is unique in that a theme with the prayers and readings of Mass are specially chose, in our case by World Missions, Ireland, the working title of the Pontifical Mission Societies. The special collection on the day goes as the financial support from Ireland to Christian Communities in other parts of the world, especially those in greatest need. It is made available to the Universal Solidarity Fund to be distributed to as many as 1,096 young Churches, and to help train catechists, novices and seminarians and fund health care programmes, schools and orphanages and provide emergency aid. At present there are 1,976 Irish missionaries working in over eighty countries throughout the world. Please keep the welfare and intentions of all the missionaries of our own Parish, both lay and religious in your personal and family prayers.
An Bíobla Naofa
Tá an Bíobla Naofa ar fáil anois saor in aisce ar an suíomh gréasáin www.anbioblanaofa.org. Tig leat é d’íoslódáil I ríomhaire nó I nguthán póca lena húsáid le bogearraí Bíobalta. Tig leat amharc as comhaid PDF ar líne. Tá sé ar fail fós mar leabhar ann féin agus ar CD-ROM.
An Bíobla Naofa has now been made available free of charge on www.anbioblanaofa.org.
Kerry Diocesan Deacons and Seminarian
We welcome the recent good news concerning our Diocesan Permanent Diaconate and also our Vocations’ programmes. Three men have commenced their special study programme in the Dominican Fathers, Ennismore Retreat House, Cork: Conor Bradley, Milltown, Raymond Gilbourne, Millstreet and Jean Yves Letanneur, Sneem. Stefano Taddei, Killarney has entered the Pre Seminary year in the English College, Valladolid, Spain. Contact: Fr. Eoin Mangan 087-2401201 or Fr. Liam Lovell 064-6641352.
Prayer for Vocations to the Priesthood
Lord Jesus Christ, Shepherd of souls, who called the apostles to be fishers of men, raise up new apostles in your holy Church. Teach them that to serve you is to reign: to possess you is to possess all things. Kindle in the hearts of your people the fire of zeal for souls. Through the intercession of St. John Vianney send us priests. Make them eager to spread your Kingdom upon earth. Grant them courage to follow you, who are the Way, the Truth, and the Life; who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen.
Our Parish Mission 2010
Frs. Tomás and Bernard will continue their visit to all homes in Baile an Ghóilín/Burnham this week in preparation for our Mission which will take place from Sun the 7th of Nov. to Friday 12th under the direction of the Redemptorist Team.
Please pray OUR MISSION PRAYER
Heavenly Father we ask you to bless us,
As we prepare for our Parish Mission in November.
Open our hearts to Your grace,
That we may be more faithful in following Your way.
Bless all families in our parish at home and afar,
Especially those families
That are experiencing difficulties.
Bless the old, the young, the lonely,
The poor, the sick, the unemployed,
Those in sorrow, those in despair,
Those who have lost their way.
May Your love be upon us, O Lord
As we place all our hope in you. Amen.
Abair PAIDIR D’ÁR MISEAN
A Athair neamhaí iarraimid ort sinn a bheannú
Agus sinn ag ullmhú do Mhisean an Pharóiste i Mí na Samhna.
Oscail ár gcroíthe dod ghrásta
Go mbeimid níos dílse ag leanúint do shlí.
Leag go fial do bheannacht ar na teaghlaigh inár bparóiste ar ár bpobal sa bhaile agus i gcéin,
Go h’áirithe na teaghlaigh sin atá i gcruachás.
Beannaigh idir óg agus críonna, uaigneach
Bocht, breoite, iad siúd atá in isle brí,
Iad siúd a chaill a slí
Go dtitfidh do ghrá orainn, a Thiarna
Agus sinn ag cur ár ndóchas i dtaisce ionat. Amen
Moss Keane R.I.P. (1948-2010)
At the removal inside the thronged St. Michael’s Church, Portarlington, Fr. Michael Noonan told of Moss’s less reported “dedicated commitment to his faith and his Church”. “For Moss his faith, his belief in Christ, his commitment to the Catholic Church, all of these were of paramount. “As already mentioned Moss was a very spiritual man with a great knowledge and feeling for religion. He had a very deep faith and this was one of the cornerstones of his life.”
At the requiem Mass the chief celebrant Fr. Thomas Dooley, also spoke about Keane’s final struggle, paying tribute in particular to the care and devotion of his family, extended family and huge circle of friends. “His courage and his strength on the field of play are legendary but he fought his greatest and most courageous battle for the past two years against sickness and cancer… At each setback, there were moments for Mossie of doubt and anger, of fear and even despair. But he did not hide these feelings … and he bounced back quickly.”
“Last Monday evening I brought him Holy Communion for the last time and I watched with him the last three holes of the Ryder Cup … He believed God, he said his prayers. I think he accepted the cross of sickness in the same way as he accepted the crown of glory…”
“Leaba i measc na laochra go raibh aige”.