Parish Bulletin – 23rd July 2017

Masses During The  Week.

Mon, Tues & Thurs, Fri, 9.30am;

Wednesday,& Sat: 7.30pm; Sun:  11am.

 

Anniversaries:

Paddy & Mary Burke, Monemore-Sat 22nd 7.30

Mary, Tom, & Michael Hogan, Drumcamogue .    .        – 23rd July, 11.00am.

Paddy & Kitty Dalton, Lackelly-Wed 26th 7.30

Mary McHugh(nee Connolly),formerly of    .   .      .    Hospital  – Sat 29th , 7.30pm.         .                     Larry Russell, Ballyhone – Sun 30th ,11.00am

 

Readers  For  Next  Week.

Sat 7.30,             Philip Purcell.

Sun  11am,         Peter Breen.

 

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.

 

The practice of an hour of quiet prayer before the Blessed Sacrament has come down to us from St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690). A French nun, it was she who received visions of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

 

A  Popular  Image

Statues and pictures depicting the Sacred Heart of Jesus are widespread in Ireland, found in ver many Catholic churches and in older family homes. This popularity arose from the consecration of Ireland to the Sacred Heart by the Irish Bishops in 1873.

 

Shortly after this date, Canon Maurice Power set about building Emly parish church. On 3rd November 1886 he purchased a good quality Sacred Heart statue and erected it over the right-hand side-altar that is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Above it is placed a stained glass window that depicts Jesus revealing his Heart of Love to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque.

 

Local artist Michael Burke recently refurbished the statue that is now back in its original station.

 

East  Africa  Hunger  Crisis

25 million people across East Africa are starvin

Somalia, South Sudan, Kenya & Ehiopia have endured a prolonged drought and severe effects of climate change.

 

Trócaire – the relief arm of the Irish Catholic Church – is providing food, water, & basic health care but badly needs money in order

to expand its efforts.

 

A special Appeal is made this weekend in all parishes in Ireland. Please place your donations in the Offertory baskets. All money above the average weekly collection will be passed on.

Knockcarron  Hog  Roast

Knockcarron community and Scarteen Hunt are hosting their annual hog roast BBQ on Sat 29th  July at 8pm in Knockcarron Community Centre. Music by DJ  Eugene O’ Sullivan.  Bouncy castle & face painting for children.

 

Emly Community Library

Emly community library in St. Ailbe’s Hall on  Wednesdays : 2nd, 16th  & 30th  August from 7.30 to 8.30pm.  This is a free service.

A good read to while away August evenings.

 

Emly GAA

County Hurling League Div 5 Group 1 Emly 0-18, Thurles Sars 1-21. County Football  League Div 2  Emly lost to Rockwell Rovers. West Junior A F.ball Championship Emly 0-09 Sean Treacys 1-08.

West Junior A Hurling Championship Emly 2-15 Clonoulty-Rossmore 3-13.  West Minor A Hurling  Emly/Treacys 0-14 Arravale Rovers 1-12.  West Minor A Hurling Emly/Treacys v Knockvilla Kickhams on Wednesday June 26th , Dundrum  7.30.

 

Emly Bord na nÓg

West U12 C/D League Emly lost to Cashel King Cormacs;  Emly 3-01  Arravale Rovers 4-01.   Golden-Kilfeacle W/O Emly.  West U14 C Hurling  Emly  3-04 Eire Og Annacarthy 3-09.  Emly 2-08 Sean Treacys 4-10.  West U16 B Hurling: Emly/Treacys lost to Clonoulty-Rossmore;  Emly/Treacys lost to Lattin-Aherlow.

 

Tues 25th : St. James. First Apostle to die for Christ

Wed 26th : Ss. Joachim & Anne, parents of Our Lad

Special day of prayer for Grandparents.

 

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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