Parish Bulletin – 17 th November 2019 : 33 rd Sunday

Masses During The  Week.

Mon, Tues , Thurs, Fri, 9.30am;

Wed, Friday Sat: 7.30pm; Sun:  11.00am.

 

Deaths:

Anne Collins, Glounthaune, Co. Cork

Fr. John Ryan, A.P., Knocklong/Glenbrohane.

 

Anniversaries:

May Cunningham & James Cullen, Emly – Sat 16th ,

7.30pm.

Peter Ryan, Boro Road – Sunday 17th Nov, 11.00am

Bobby Bourke, Monemore- Wed 20th  Nov, 7.30pm.

Mary Carroll, Bartoose – Sat 23rd Nov, 7.30pm.

Mary Hayes, The Village – Sun 24th Nov, 11.00am

 

Readers  For  Next  Week.

Sat 7.30;           Mary Condon.

Sun  11am,       Michelle Lonergan.

 

Collectors – November

Sat 7.30pm:      Mary Condon, Gerry Heffernan,

Mary Slattery, John Bourke.

Sun 11.00am:   Rita Quish, Johnny Martin,

Helena Cahill.

Eucharist Ministers for November

Sat 7.30;     Marie Hennessy.

Sun 11am:  Norita Kemp.

 

Adoration: Wednesday 5.00 – 7.30,  8 – 9.00pm.

Peace-and-quiet time of personal prayer.

A open welcome to each & every parishioner to visit and pray at any time during these hours.

 

‘Thank You’ to all who generously continue to support the parish financially – through the Offertory Collection, Planned Giving & Donations.,

 

 

 

Hard  Times  Ahead

Mother Nature teaches us that all things come to an end, sooner or later. All plants and creatures bloom for a time but then wilt and wither, die and decay.

This pattern crosses over into human enterprises and into the living of each human life. It tells us: ‘nothing you own, do or achieve is permanent.’

 

The first frost usually hits in November, a pointer to winter’s severe weather. Jesus points to the fall of the fabulous Temple and the people’s shock at this. He declares that his disciples can expect hard times ahead, times that will test the mettle of their Faith.

 

 

Friday evening Mass for the Holy Souls, 7.30pm

Especially for the townslands of :

Lisobyhane, Ballinagrana, Monemore, Coolboy, Tulla, Breansha,

 

Rosary in the Cemetery, Sunday, 3.00pm

 

Cross and Memorial Lights                                                      ‘In Loving Memory’ lights on the Large Cross.

 

Candlelight  Memorial  Service

Next Sunday, 24th Nov, 3.00pm, in the Parish Churc

A very special Prayer Service for all who died or were buried in Emly during 2019, and for the comforting of their loved ones. Please pass on word to family members living far away from Emly. Parishioners who suffered the loss of loved ones elsewhere are invited to attend too.

 

There will be a Cuppa Tea at Duhig Hse afterwards.

 

 

 

Emly Historical Journal:  Launch Night

The Emly Historical Journal will be launched on Friday, 29th Nov., in St. Ailbe’s Parish Hall, 8.00pm.

The Journal tells many stories of life in Emly 100 yr

ago and records many local events from recent years

It runs to 44 articles across 80 pages, with 156 photo of people, places and events, from past and present.

A book to treasure. A prized gift for Christmas.  €10

  

Cheese & Wine Reception at the Official Launch.

Guest Speaker:  Mary Guinan Darmody, Manager, Tipperary Studies Dept., Co. Tipperary Libraries, based at The Source, Thurles.

An  Open  Invitation  to  one  and  all  to  attend.

 

 Safety  and  Respect

A renewed request to parents, guardians and grandparents to advise their young people not to cycle in the cemetery, or church grounds or car park

Cycling in these areas creates hazards for people who wish to walk to or from the church or who wish to visit and pray at their family graves. Also it offends people who have loved ones laid to rest in our cemetery.  So, please have a word at home.

 

Week  of  Witness 2019

The colour Red gives many messages – love, anger, warmth, danger.  Among Christians, since earliest times, it has been associated with Martyrs : those shed their red blood in staying faithful to Christ.

 

In the world today, tens of thousands are made to suffer for their Faith in Christ. We are asked to show support for them next week, 25 Nov – 1st Dec.

Especially on Wednesday 27th : Wear something

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