Parish Bulletin – 29th June 2014

MASSES

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9.30am;Wed (Annual Cemetery Mass) & Fri 7.30pm.

Sat 7.30pm; Sun 11am.

 

DEAD

Thomas Higgins, Gurteen

Peggy Perrin, (ne Croker) formerly Clougheready, died in England.  Burial will take place in England.

 

ANNIVERSARIES

Michael Butler, St. Ailbe’s Dr., Sat 28th 7.30pm.

Michael & Julia Gubbins, Ballycurrane and Galtee View – Sun 29th 11am.

Mary, Tom & Michael Hogan, Drumcamogue,

–          Mon 30th 9.30am.

Deceased members of the Harty family, Monemore, Wed 2nd July – 7.30.(Cemetery Mass)

William & Josie Ryan, Duncummin

–          Fri 4th July 7.30pm.

Joseph Meade, formerly Gurteeen – Month’s mind Mass Sun 6th July 11am.

 

CEMETERY  MASS

The Parish Cemetery Mass will be on Wednesday  2nd July at 7.30pm.  All are welcome.

 

READERS – Next Weekend.

Sat 7.30pm: Patsy Hennessy

Sun 11am: Michelle Lonergan.

COLLECTORS – July

Sat 7.30:   Mary Condon, Gerry Heffernan

Mary Slattery, John Bourke (Bartoose) Sun- 11am: James Purcell, Catherine O’Heney,

Rita Quish, John M.Ryan
GOSPEL  REFLECTION – The Feast of St. Peter and Paul.

This marks a turning point in the life of Jesus, and of the disciples. It is the first time that one of his disciples acknowledge him as the Messiah ‘Who do you say that I am?’ This is possibly the most important question that Jesus puts to us. Jesus praises Peter for his faith and comments that this was not his own doing but a gift of God.These are troubled times for the Church and the promise of Jesus that ‘the gates of the underworld can never hold out against it’ are an encouragement.

 

EMLY  GAA

West Junior A Hurling Result:

Knockavilla Kickhams 5-14 Emly 2-08
Hard Luck  to Under 16 B Footballers with Sean Treacys in County Semi Final.
Well Done to our Under 14 B Hurlers who, with Sean Treacys, took part in Feile in Antrim and Derry last weekend.

 

EMLY  NATIONAL  SCHOOL

The Board on Management of Emly NS. would like to thank all who supported the Bumper Draw for the past 10 weeks.  It has been a wonderful success.  The 25,000 debt for  the building has now been cleared.  As there will be ongoing development in the School it has been decided to hold this bumper draw as an annual fundraise.  On Sunday 29th there will be a double draw for €500 worth of extra prizes.

Winners of 300 Bumper Draw (22nd June)

1st : Chrissie Hayes €200     2nd : Jean McNabb €50

3rd :Michael Hennessy€50   4th : Sean Cahill €50

5th Jimmy Ryan:€50            Sellers Prize Margaret McGrath €50.

EMLY COMMUNITY  COUNCIL

An open meeting will be held in the parish hall on Wednesday next July 2ndat 8pm. A member of the Garda will attend to talk on ‘Crime and Crime Prevention’. All are invited to attend.   Congratulations to Tidy Towns on the recent win in Belfast.

 

EMLY  TENNIS  CLUB

Congratulations to Emma Bowler and DJ O Connell who won the mixed Doubles Grade 5 in the Senior South of Ireland Open at Limerick Lawn.

Clothes Collection. Clothes can be Left in Between 7.30 and 9 on Wenesday 9th to the tennis courts.

 

BORD NA NOG

Fixtures; U14 hurling league; Emly/ Treacys Vs Bansha at 7;30 pm in Bansha on Monday June 30th.Results; U16 football county semi-final Emly/ Treacys 1-07 4-10 Ballingarry .  Our U14 team enjoyed their trip to Creggan where they were defeated in the cup quarter- final.  Cul camp takes place from Monday July 14th to Friday the 18th registration in parish hall on Wednesday 2nd of July from 7 pm-8 pm.

 

TIDY  TOWNS

Congratulations to Emly Tidy Towns on winning the best kept village in Ireland(North & South).  This is a great achievement.  The Tidy Towns commitee would like to thank the community in helping us win this great prize.  Judging is still ongoing, please be aware of litter and thanks to all who painted and hung out baskets and flowers.  The village looks lovely at the moment.

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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