The Feasts of All Saints and Holy Souls.
We start this month of November with the two feasts of All Saints and Holy Souls (1st & 2nd Nov.) These feasts make us think of those who have lived on this earth. We think especially of people we know; members of our own families; people with whom we shared a world.
MASSES: Mon, Tues, Fri 9.30am.
Wed & Fri 7.30pm.
Weekend: Sat 7.30pm; Sun 9am & 11am.
HOLY DAY – Wed/Thurs Nov 1st 7.30 &11am
NO 9am Mass on the Holy day.
Hennessy family, Coolboy – Sat 27th 7.30pm.
Patrick & Josephine Hughes, Ballinvrina
– Sun 23rd 7.30om.
John & Margaret Hackett, Clashdrumsmith
– Wed 31st 7.30pm.
Clancy Family, Bartoose – Thurs 1st Nov 11am.
Mary Carroll, Bartoose – Sat 3rd Nov 7.30pm.
Michael Ryan, Breansha – Month’s mind and
Margaret Ryan, Breansha – Sun 4th Nov 11am.
ROSARY FOR OUR DEAD
The Rosary will be recited for our dead in the cemetery at 3pm on each Sunday in November.
DEFIBRILLATOR Contact telephone No: 087/9176250
‘Jesus asks an extremely important question of Bartimeus: “What is it that you want me to do for you?” “What are you really asking me to
do?” ‘Naturally Bartimeus is asking for his sight back. But Jesus is asking him a deeper question.
“Do you realize the consequences of what you are asking? Do you understand what this request is going to lead you to receive?” For Bartimeus it will mean a completely new life. If he receives his sight, he will no longer be a beggar, he will have to face a new life, a new vocation, a new everything. This is exciting but also challenging. ‘
READERS –31st/ 1st November – All Saints.
7.30pm: Philip Purcell
11am: Peter Breen
READERS – Next Weekend.
Sat 7.30pm: Patsy Hennessy
Sun 9am: Lorraine Ryan
Sun 11am: Liz Creamer
(In the event of a reader being unable to fulfil a duty it would be appreciated if another reader was asked to fill in.)
COLLECTORS – November
Sat 7.30: Mary Condon, Gerry Heffernan
Mary Slattery, John Bourke (Bartoose)
Sun- 9am: Anthony O’Brien, John Martin,
Sun- 11am: James Purcell, Catherine O’Heney,
Rita Quish, John M.Ryan
Well done to everyone who took part and supported last weekend’s Emly GAA Club 80km fun cycle in association with the Tuesday Club. The weather was wonderful for the 55 cyclists who took part. Thanks to all the helpers including stewards, first aid people, our breakdown service and Byrne’s Tavern for refreshments and barbecue. Thanks also to those who took part in the Bord na Og 10km walk.
BORD NA NOG
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Sponsored Walk last Sunday. Following the walk there was a lovely barbecue at Byrne’s Tavern
and thanks to the Senior Club, Byrne’s Tavern and all in Bord Na Nog for their contribution.
THE IRISH CATHOLIC The ‘Irish Catholic’ newspaper is on sale in the church each week (price €1.50.)
Dochas Nasamu Orphanage – in Nairobi, Kenya, which is an Irish run and Irish built Aids orphanage, are holding a used clothing appeal of ladies, gents and childrens – clothes, shoes, household linens i.e. towels, sheets, blankets, soft toys, handbags etc.(whatever condition – even in need of – recycling – so long as the items are clean). This appeal will take place on Wednesday 31st October, until 10.30 Outside Emly Hall. For further information, please contact Marie on 087 6890995.