Weekdays: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 9.30am.
Wed & Fri (in November) 7.30pm;
Sat: 7.30pm; Sun 9am & 11am.
The rosary will be recited for our dead in Emly graveyard each Sunday in November at 3pm.
ANNIVERSARIES OF THE DEAD
Larry & Julia Creamer, St. Ailbe’s Dr
– Sat 19th 7.30pm.
William & Noreen Hayes, Pallasgreen,
– Sun 20th 11am.
Margaret Ryan, Breansha – Sat 26th 7.30pm.
Danny Byrne, Ballyhoulihan – Sun 27th 11am.
READERS – Next Weekend
Sat 7.30pm: Patsy Hennessy
Sun 9am: Lorraine Ryan
Sun 11am: Peter Breen
(If a reader is unable to fulfil a duty it would be appreciated if another reader was asked to fill in.)
MASS SERVERS – Nov.
19th/20th 7.30pm – Sect A ; 11am – Sect B
26th/27th 7.30pm – Sect C; 11am – Sect D
COLLECTORS – November
Sat 7.30: Mary Condon, Martin Lonergan,
Mary Slattery, John Bourke (Bartoose)
Sun- 9am: Anthony O’Brien, John Martin,
Sun- 11am: James Purcell, Catherine O’Heney,
Rita Quish, John M.Ryan
FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
Today we celebrate the Feast of Christ our King, the one who died for us and rose triumphant. We ask for the grace to live as people of his kingdom of justice, love and peace.
This judgement scene contains surprises for us. One is that nobody is condemned for doing wrong, but for their failure to do good. Jesus is telling us that being his disciple is a positive choice about how we live and relate to others. Another way of saying this is that the aim of Christian living is not me-centred (about my personal sanctification) but other-centred (about responding to the needs of others). Another surprise is to hear Jesus tell us that when we do something for another, he considers it as done to himself. The story is about the judgement of the whole of humanity. It presents an ideal of society in which human relationships at all levels are governed by the law of love.
A VISION OF PARISH
The third of our ‘Vision of Parish’ meetings will take place on Thursday eve next 23rd Nov at 8pm in the Golden Thatch.
The next Bereavement Support Information Evening will take place in Milford Care Centre on Tuesday 22nd November 2011 from 7-8.30pm. Bereavement counsellors will attend.
Contact telephone No: 087/9176250
RTE presenter Mary Kennedy has published a new book ‘Lines for Living’. Emly gets honourable mention in a section of the book dedicated to the theme of community spirit.
Emly’s county ambitions ended in Dundrum last Saturday when they were defeated by Thurles Sarsfields on a scoreline of 2:10 to 1:17. Emly must still play West finals in both junior A Hurling and intermediate Football against Rockwell Rovers and an under 21 hurling west final against Aherlow.
Fixture: Under 21C Hurling West Final: Emly V Aherlow – Sunday Nov 27th @ 12pm in Lattin
Visit the Emly GAA website for full match report and upcoming fixtures & events – www.emlygaa.com
A Celebration of Sacred Song, Music and Dance will take place in Kilteely Parish Church on Sun 20th Nov., 7.00pm-9.30pm. Among performers on the night are: County Tipperary Ryan Youth Orchestra, School and Parish Choir, soloists, Trad Group and Gospel Choir. Adm free. Donation on the night.
. PARISH DETAILS
Fr. S. Rochford, 062/57103; Mobile 086/8162660.