Parish Bulletin – September 2018 : 23rd Sunday

Masses During The  Week.

Mon,
Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, 9.30am;

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

St. Ailbe’s Day: Wednesday 12th Sept:

School & Parish  Mass : 9.30am

                Evening Mass :
7.30pm.

Month’s Mind :

Isabel Nugent, St. Ailbe’s Drive– Sun 9th, 11.00am;

Michael Croker, Cloughready – Sun 9th, 11.00am.

Anniversaries:

Mary
Connolly (nee Crowley), Ballinaveen – Sat 8th   .    Sept,
7.30pm .

Josephine
O’Meara, Chartersland – Sun 9th 11.00am

Des & Josephine Hogan, Clashdrumsmith,
Tues 11th          .    9.30am;

Deceased
of Emly I.C.A. & Ladies Club – Wed 12th ,   7.30pm.

Fergal
Meade, Ballinacurra, Limk – Sat 15th , 7.30p

Bridget
& Denis Ryan, Gurteen –
Sun 16th , 11.00am

Readers 
For  Next  Week
.

Sat
7.30pm:Bridget Keogh; Sun  11am:   Liam
Ring.

Collectors – September

Sat
7.30pm:      Michael O Dwyer, Pauline
Bourke,

                        Dympna White, Mary
Heffernan.

Sun
11.00am:   Tom Slattery, John Hennessy,

                        Peig Quish.

Eucharist Ministers for
September

Sat
7.30;     Patsy Hennessy.

Sun
11am:  Brigid Heffernan.

Adoration: Wednesday 5.00 to 7.30pm

Peace-and-quiet
time of personal prayer.

Church Cleaning: Tuesday, 10.15am

September  2018 : 23rd Sunday

Taking  Root  in 
Emly

We’re not sure of St. Ailbe’s
dates. He probably overlapped with St. Patrick – 5th century. Most
likely he became a Christian while in Wales 
where the Faith spread among Roman settlers after Emperor Constantine
approved the religion for his empire..

Ireland was thinly populated,
but thick with trees and lakes. Ailbe probably set up a hermit’s cell on the
lake island at Imleach Iubhair. Over time, others would have joined him and a
little monastery set up. Across the centuries, this grew in numbers and fame

Between 1050 and 1150 A.D. a
major change took place in Church life Ireland: it went from being base on
monasteries to being diocese-based. This meant abbots were replaced by bishops,
and monasteries replaced by cathedrals and scattered parish churches

giving us the pattern with
which we are now   

St. Ailbe’s Day : Wednesday 12th
September


Sacred  Weekend in 2019

Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly will administer
the Sacrament of Confirmation in Emly on Friday, 24th May 2019.  First Holy Communion will be received on
Sunday 26th May.  This
arrangement will help families who have children in both groups and will have
family members travelling a distance to attend.

Family preparation for Confirmation and
for First Communion will begin in Advent (December).

Emly  Ladies  Club

Mass this  Wednesday night Sept 12th
,7.30 pm for the deceased members of ICA and Emly Ladies

Grandparents  Day 
at   Knock  Shrine

This Sunday 9th Sept. We pray
for and we honour the grandparents – and grandparent figures – in our parish
community.

   Comhaltas  Emly

Beginners and Accomplished Music classes
resume  on Wednesday 26th Sept.
from 7 – 9pm, St. Ailbe’s N.S. Tuition; 10 wk block: Adult –
€60, Child €60.  Reg.: Child – €6, Adult – €12,
Family/couple – €20. 

Camogie

Congrats to Doireann Hales, Kate O’Heney &
Veda Hennessy – players with Knockavilla- Kickhams   U-16A camogie team who won the County A  title; . 
and to co-manager Eleanor Hales.

.                      Emly  Historical  Society

On Thursday 20th
Sept. in the Parish Hall at 8.00pm.  prominent
local historian Des Murnane will give a talk entitled “Strangers in our Midst”
–  the impact of Tipperary Military Barracks.   €5. Refreshments.

October Outing. 
On Sunday October 14th, to Galway via some
historic sites in Clare. Visit our website emlyhistoricalsociety.ie for
lots of photos et

The
Forge Bar Tearooms

Best wishes to
a new venture in the village:Tea   opening this Sunday at 11.30m, at The Forge
Bar.  .

Holycross  Solemn 
Novena

Runs until next Sun day
16th. Devotions & Mass daily: 
7.00am, 10.30am, 4.30pm, 7.30pm, 9.30pm.

Anointing of the Sick:
Sat 15th, 2.00pm.

Ballyhoura  Rural 
Social Employment  Scheme

Reminder to check
details with Eugene: 087-655873  or  at  eodonnell@ballyhoura.org

Canon Power Ledger: details re buying the site for the
new church and  laying the Foundation
Stone.

Club. Followed by a short meeting in Byrne’s

Tavern.  New members most
welcome

The Irsh Catholic on sale at the Post
Office, €1.80