Mon, Tues Thurs, Fri 9.30am;
WEEKEND: Sat 7.30pm; Sun 11am.
Jerry Hanley, Lackelly – Sat 5th Jan 7.30pm.
Jackie Lonergan, Sr. Maura, Cathy Armstrong
and Family – Sun 6th Jan 11am.
Sr. Antonia Moloney, Month’s Mind, Wed 7.30.
Mary Ryan, Ballycurrane – Sat 12th Jan 7.30pm.
Pat Hickey (Snr), Pat Hickey (Jnr), Tulla
-Sun 13th Jan 11am.
COLLECTORS – January 2013.
Sat 7.30pm: Michael O’Dwyer, Nora Bourke,
Dympna White, Mary Heffernan.
Sun 9am: Andrew English, Sean McManus,
Sun 11am: Tom Slattery, John Hennessy,
READERS – Next Weekend
Sat 7.30pm: Nora O’Brien
Sun 11am: Tessa Byrne
An epiphany is a moment of revelation when something hidden comes to light. The Feast of the Epiphany celebrates three manifestations of the divinity of Jesus hidden in his humanity. First was in the worship of the infant Jesus by the Magi. Then at the commencement of the mission of Jesus, after his baptism in the Jordan, the voice of the Father was heard, ‘You are my Son, the Beloved’, next Sunday’s Gospel. The third epiphany was at the wedding in Cana, as he changed the water into wine, ‘he let his glory be seen and the disciples believed in him’, the Gospel for two Sundays hence.
Sr Nuala Glynn, Franciscan Missionaries of Mary will make a mission appeal in our church at the Masses next weekend.
SENIOR HURLING – Fundraiser
TIPPERARY V UCC in Emly field on this Sunday at 2pm. Adults €10; OAPs & Studants €5; Children under 16 free. Proceeds in aid of the Emly N.S building fund.
BLOOD DONOR CLINIC
A Blood Donor Clinic will be held in Ballykisteen Hotel on Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th January from 6pm to 9pm.
Emly Art Classes will resume on Thursday next
( Jan 10th) in Emly Parish Hall at 8pm.
THE IRISH CATHOLIC The ‘Irish Catholic’ newspaper is on sale (price €1.50.)
A ‘Unite for Life’ Pro-Life Vigil will be held in Merrion Square, Dublin on Sat 19th January at 4.30pm.
ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES
The Spring Session of adult education classes will commence in John the Baptist Community School on Tues 15th January 2013. Proposed classes are:-
Art, Digital Photography, Kettlebells, Pilates, Set Dancing/Sean Nos (Beginners), Zumba Dancing.
Dochas Nasamu Orphanage – in Nairobi, Kenya, which is an Irish run and Irish built Aids orphanage, is 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). Collection at Emly Hall on Monday 7th January, before 11.30am.
ST AILBE’S LADIES FOOTBALL CLUB
The club would like to thank all those who came and supported the coffee morning, cake sale and raffle on Sunday December 23rd. Thanks also to anyone who baked cakes and those who sponsored prizes. The club social and junior team medals presentation will take place on Saturday February 2nd in the Golden Thatch.
DEFIBRILLATORContact telephone No: 087/9176250