Parish Bulletin – 30th June 2019 : 13th Sunday

Masses During The  Week.

Mon, Tues & Thurs, Fri, 9.30am;

Wednesday, Fri & Sat: 7.30pm; Sun:  11.00am.

First Friday: 5th July. Massses: 9.30am & 7.30pm.

 

Anniversaries:

Michael & Noreen Ring,Gurteen- Sun 30th , 11.00

Nellie & Tommy Higgins, Gurteen, Michael, Ellen & Teresa Burke; Sheila & Paddy Kelly, Monemore –  Wed, 3rd July, 7.30pm; & Cemetery Mass.

John Alymer, Ballyvistea – Sat 6th July, 7.30pm.

Jimmy & Mary O’Dea, Ballyone – Sun 7th, 11.00am

 

Readers  For  Next  Week.

Sat 7.30pm: Mary McGrath; Sun  11am:Peter Breen.

 

Collectors  – July.

Sat 7.30pm:      Mary Condon, Gerry Heffernan,

Mary Slattery, John Bourke.

Sun 11.00am:   James Purcell, Rita Quish,

Helena Cahill, Johnny Martin.

 

Eucharist Ministers for July.

Sat 7.30;     Patsy Hennessy.

Sun 11am:  Bridget Heffernan.

 

Adoration: NOT this week, due to Cemetery Mass.

 

Church Cleaning: Tuesday 2nd July, 1015am.

 

Monday 1st July:  St. Oliver Plunkett, Martyred for the Faith on 1st July 1681, at Tyburn, London.

Wednesday 3rd: St. Thomas, Apostle. He rose to an expression of deep faith: “My Lord and my God”.

 

 

 

 

Crossing  Hard  Borders

The direct route from Galilee to Jerusalem led through Samaria; but most Jews avoided it. There was a centuries’ old quarrel beween the Jews and the Samaritans. In fact, the Samaritans did everything possible to obstruct Jews who might take the direct route.

 

When Jesus deliberately takes this route he is extending a hand of friendship to a people who are regarded as enemies. His offer is rejected but, far from responding with anger, he accepts their rejection and moves on. He bears them no ill-will. Instead, he is patient and respectful.

 

This event is a model of tolerance – to accept that others may have different valid standpoints.

 

 

Cemetery  Mass

Annual Mass for the deceased of the parish – with a special intention for those buried in St.Ailbe’s Cemetery – will take place on this Wednesday, 3rd July, 7.30pm. Please pass on word to family members and friends living in nearby parishes or further afield.  We recall the age=old saying: “It is a         holy and a wholesome thought to pray for the dead.”

 

 Visits to the Sick

If you have a family member or close friend in        hospital or nursing h ome and if s/he would like to receive a visit from one of the priests of the parish, please pass on word to Fr. Moloney or Fr. Rochford.

 

 

Coffee Morning

Coffee Morning and Raffle On Sunday 14th July in Cupán Tae (Donie’s) after Mass in Aid of Tessa Byrne who will be Travelling to Zambia, Africa, in July as a Volunteer Teacher.

 

Viatores  Christi

‘Viatores Christi’(meaning ‘those who journey for Christ’) is an association of people who volunteer to

work overseas for some years, in seriously poor parts of the world. They work hand-in-hand with  religious missionaries. A speaker from ‘Viatores’ will visit us in Emly on the weekend of  20/21July.

 

Hillwalking Radio Group.

The annual fundraising walk ‘Ramble In The Glen’  on next Saturday 6th July, 7.00pm in Lisvernane. This walk is low level snd takes about one hour. Refreshments and raffle afterwards in the hall. Mass is available in Lisvernane prior to the walk, 6.00pm. Full details:www.hillwalkingradio.blogspot.com.

 

Emly  Hospice  Support  Group

Emly Hospice Support Group would like to thank all who contributed by sponsorship or who bought tickets from the Committee Members for our annual fundraiser. We got a great reception at every door in   the local parish. We raised €10,400. Thanks to all.

 

Emly  Historical  Journal  2019

A final ‘Final Call’ for scripts and photos this weekend.  Material may be sent directly to: emlyhisoricaljournal19@gmail.com, or given to John Buckley, Mike Hennessy,  Fr. Bernie Moloney