Parish Bulletin – 5th June 2011

MASSES

Weekdays: Mon, Tues Thurs & Fri 9.30am.

Wed 7.30pm

Sat: 7.30pm;  Sun 9am & 11am.

BAPTISMAL  TIMES

Saturday: 4.00 – 5.30pm. Sunday: 12 noon.

Arrangements to be made at least 2 weeks before.

ANNIVERSARIES

Wm & Josie Ryan, Duncummin –Sat 4th June 7.30

Paddy & Mark Heffernan, St. Ailbe’s Dr

– Sun 5th June 11am

John & Sr. Catherine O’Meara – Mon 6th 9.30am

Michael & Kathleen Herbert – Tues 9th 9.30am.

Paddy, Eileen & Ned Connolly – Wed 7th 7.30pm.

Mary, Michael & Tommy Bourke – Sat 11th 7.30.

Jim Cunningham, John & Davy McEniry

– Sun 12th June 11am.

 

READERS – Next Weekend

Sat 7.30pm: Mary McGrath

Sun 9am:  Seán McManus

Sun 11am: Tessa Byrne

(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   –  JUNE

Sat 7.30pm:     Michael Hennessy, John Clancy,

Danny Burke, Josephine Cleary

Sun 9am:         Breda Lonergan, Phil McCarthy,

Kathleen Beary

Sun  11am:      Paddy Hanley, Liz Creamer,

Peggy Keogh, John Buckley.

CHANGES IN  THE  MISSAL AT  MASS

Is the Mass changing?

The structure of the Mass is not changing. The order and the actions of the Mass remain unchanged. The readings at Mass are not changed. However, with the introduction of the new edition of the Roman Missal throughout the English-speaking world, we will all notice a change in how the Mass sounds. The translations of a number of our prayer texts from the original Latin have changed – sometimes by a particular word or in the word order. Prayers that we have become used to reciting by memory now have to be relearned. Prayers that we are used to hearing the priest say will sound different to us.

The style of language we will hear and pray may seem more formal to us and perhaps, in parts, more complex. But over time, with the praying of these texts, the sound of the Mass will again become familiar to us.

CEMETERY  GRASS  CUTTING

The next day for the cutting of the grass in the cemetery is Wed 8th June from 6pm.

 

EMLY  TENNIS  CLUB

Thursday evenings are open evenings. All members are welcome to come along. The lights are free.

 

PARISH  DETAILS

Fr. S. Rochford, 062/57103; Mobile 086/8162660.

Fr.S.Kennedy, 062/57111.

e-mail: emly@eircom.net

CANCER  SUPPORT

Suir Haven Thurles Cancer Support Centre, Clongour Road, Thurles is a support group for people who have had a cancer diagnosis. Family, friends and relatives are welcome. The purpose of the meeting is to give members an opportunity to meet other members, chat and have a cup of tea or coffee and to support others in a similar situation.  The next meeting is Tues 7th June 2011 from 11.00 to 12.30. Further enquiries: 0504 21197.

 

ANNUAL  CEMETERY  MASS

The annual cemetery Mass for our dead will take place on Wed 6th July at 8pm.

TENNIS COACHING

Stephen McInerney will commence tennis coaching for children on Sat afternoons. Further details – 087-9042102.

 

GOSPEL  REFLECTION

It is time for Jesus to return to his Father. He meets his disciples for the last time. His final words give them direction for their future.
Jesus told his disciples that although he would not be with them as in the past he would be with them in a new way right through their lives.
In parting with his disciples Jesus gave them a mission for the future. We have to decide if this is our mission too.

DEFIBRILLATOR

Contact telephone No: 087/9176250

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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