9th July 2017 : 14th Sunday of Year

Mon, Tues & Thurs, Fri, 9.30am;

Wednesday,& Sat: 7.30pm; Sun:  11am.

 

Anniversaries:

John Alymer, Ballyvistea – Sat 8th July,7.30pm.

Jimmy & Mary O’Dea, Ballyhone– Sun 9th July        .         11am.

Deceased of the Connolly Family, Ballinaveen – Wednesday 12th, 7.30pm.

Mary Mackessy,(Month’s Mind)–Sat 15th 7.30

Tom Riordan, Monemore – Sun 16th , 11.00am.

 

Readers  For  Next  Week.

Sat 7.30,             Jim Corby.

Sun  11am,         Norite Kemp.

 

Collectors – July.

Sat 7.30pm:    Mary Condon, Gerry Heffernan,

Mary Slattery, John Bourke(Bartoose).

Sun 11.00am: James Purcell, Rita Quish,

Jonas Callanan.

 

Eucharist Ministers for July.

Sat 7.30;     Patsy Hennessy.

Sun 11am:  Bridget Heffernan.

 

Adoration: Wednesday 4.00 to 7.30pm.

Peace-and-quiet time of personal prayer.

Those who are regulars on Wednesdays might encourage their friends to get a taste of this prayer practice by coming along for 15 or 20 minutes, and to then extend their prayer time as the weeks go by.

 

 

Shoulder  to  Shoulder

To modern ears, these words of Jesus – “my yoke is easy” – sound strange. An older generation would know that a “yoke” was a wooden crossbar placed across the shoulders of two beasts of burden to enable them to pull heavy loads effectively, sharing the strain.

 

Slaves were likewise yoked together to carry loads, work the oars of a ship or raise buildings.

 

Against this background, Jesus promises that  the effort of living in his ways will not be too heavy for us, will not enslave or crush us. In fact, it will be quite the opposite because he  himself will be our shoulder-to-shoulder co-  .  .  –worker. He will “do the heavy lifting” and take the hardest strain of the load or burden we carry

 

Pilgrimage  to  KNOCK  Shrine

The diocesan pilgrimage will take place on the First Sunday of August (6th Aug.). The Basilica there has been tastefully upgraded with very fine artwork, enhancing the spirit of the place – Ireland’s national shrine in honour of Our Lady.

Travel details will be available next week.

 

Lough  Derg  Pilgrimage  2017

You may begin the 3-Day pilgrimage on any day up to and including Sunday 13th August. Advance booking is not necessary. Information re travel options from: Maureen or Lorraine on 071-9851518. Email: info@loughderg.org. Also  www.loughderg.org.

Tax  Rebate : Thank You

A big `Thank You` to parishioners who have already returned the completed CHY3 Cert form, giving permission to the parish to claim a tax rebate on their contributions in 2013/14/15.

A gentle reminder to others who may have forgotten to do so, to return the forms soon.

(Of course, if you were not liable for tax in all three years, there is no need to return the form.)

 

Emly  Historical  Society

The Society will host a guided tour of Athassel Abbey in Golden on this Wednesday 12th July. The guide will be local Golden historian Carmel O’Donnell. The Abbey dates back back to the 12th century and was the largest medieval priory in Ireland and well-known in parts of Europe.

 

This tour is a free event. Those attending are invited to car pool at Emly churchyard and be ready to set out at 7.00pm (on the dot). Tour of Athassel begins at 7.30pm. Contact: Norite Kemp, Noel McGrath, John Buckley or Ailbe Ryan if interested in attending.

 

Emly  Tidy  Towns

Please keep up the splendid effort to maintain Emly looking at its best, morning, noon & eve.

 

Emly  G.A.A.  Club

County Hurling League: Emly v. Thurles Sars on Tuesday 11th, in Emly at 8.00pm.

 

Hall Committee Meeting: Mon 10th, 8.00pm.

 

Pastoral Council Meeting: Wed 12th, 8.00pm.

 

Contact Information

Fr. Bernard Moloney, P.P. – 06257111; 0876366656
Email: frberniemoloney@emly.ie

Fr. Seamus Rochford, A.P. – 06257103; 0868162660.
Email: frseamusrochford@emly.ie

SCHOOL: St. Ailbe’s National School
PRINCIPAL: Pauline Finnan
VICE PRINCIPAL: Joseph Hennessy.

Quick Facts

POP. of the PARISH: c. 820

POPULAR SURNAMES: Burke (Bourke), Ryan, Lonergan, McEniry.

LOCATION: 14km West of Tipperary Town, historical barony of Clanwilliam

Emly was established as an episcopal see in 1118 by the Synod of Ráth Breasail.

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