Weekdays: Mon, Tues Thurs
& Fri 9.30am.
Wed & Fri 7.30pm; Sat: 7.30pm; Sun 9am & 11am.
Saturday: 4.00 –
5.30pm. Sunday: 12 noon.
Arrangements to be made at least 2 weeks
Charles Taylor, Monemore – Sat 25th 7.30pm.
Michael Butler, St. Ailbe’s Dr – Sun 26th 11am.
Seán O’Brien, Ballyvistea – Tues 28th 9.30am.
Deceased members Emly ICA – Wed 28th 7.30
Edmond & Sarah Murphy, Ballyvistea – Fri 9.30
Michael & Nora Ring, Farran – Fri 1st July 7.30.
Emly GAA members – Sat 2nd July 7.30pm.
Ciara Bourke, Tulla – Sun 3rd July 11am.
In this Gospel, faith is not a concept but a relationship. Faith leads
us to believe in Jesus and to trust him who gave his life for us. Jesus
promises that those who come to him will have life.
The cemetery Mass for our dead on Wed 6th
Cleaning of church on Tues 10.15am.
CEMETERY – Cutting of Grass
Next cutting of grass on Wed
next (29th) from 6pm.
READERS – Next Weekend
Sat 7.30pm: ————-
Sun 9am: Brendan
Sun 11am: Liz Creamer
(If a reader is unable
to fulfil a duty it would be appreciated if another reader was asked to fill
COLLECTORS – JULY
Sat 7.30: Mary
Condon, Martin Lonergan,
Mary Slattery, John Bourke (Bartoose)
Sun- 9am: Anthony O’Brien, John Martin,
James Purcell, Catherine O’Heney,
Rita Quish, John M.Ryan,
MASS SERVERS – JULY
2nd-3rd Sat 7.30pm – Sect. D; Sun 11am – Sect C.
Sat 7.30pm – Sect. B; Sun 11am –Sect A.
Sat 7.30pm – Sect.C; Sun 11am – Sect D
Sat 7.30pm – Sect A; Sun 11am – Sect B
Sat 7.30pm – Sect.D; Sun 11am – Sect C
MISSAL AT MASS
The Catholic Church in Ireland, along with
Churches throughout the English-speaking world, is working towards introducing
the new edition of the Roman Missal at this time. This new edition is the English
translation of the Latin Missal that was issued by Pope John Paul II in 2002.
Since 2002 the Church in its many languages has engaged in the work of
translating this Latin text through study, reflection and consultation. This
work in English-speaking countries is now complete. In Ireland, as in other
English-speaking countries, the new Missal will come into use during autumn
Judging for the tidy town competition is
under way. Thanks to all for the great effort being made. We must try to keep
to keep litter under control. Please keep paths outside houses and business
EMLY GAA CLUB
125 Years Celebrations; Emly GAA
Club will mark its 125 years anniversary on the weekend of Fri July
1st – Sun July 3rd.
Weekend Events: !st, 2nd, 3rd July.
Fri 1st: Road Hurling
and Novelty Quiz.
Sat 2nd : Bord na NOg Blitz and
a Leisure cycle.
Sat 2nd 7.30pm:
Sat 2nd 9.30pm:
Gathering at the Golden Thatch with food, music and guest speakers. Tickets at
€10 from Seamus Walsh or Tom Joe O Brien.
Sun 3rd: Parade of Players/ Field Eve.
Munster Final: Anyone requesting tickets for
the Munster Final between Tipperary & Waterford, contact Ger Dawson before
Sunday July 3rd.
Junior B Hurling Tournament: Emly will play in
the Knockane Hurling Tournament this Sun 26th.
Fixtures: U.14 Hurling : Emly
v Cappawhite in Cappawhite on
Monday 27th June 7.30pm.
:Emly v Arravale Rvs. in Emly on
Thursday 30th June 7.00pm.
Emly v Aherlow-Galtee in Bansha on
Thursday 30th June 7.00pm.
GAA 125 Year Celebrations : On Sat 2nd July the following
matches are scheduled to mark the GAA’s 125 Year Celebrations:U.8 Football
Houlihan Cup at 11.00am. U.10 Football
James Ryan Cup at 12.00 O’Clock and U.11-U.14 Football Davy Burke Cup at 1.30.