Announcements

Published on June 20, 2020

Collection

Our thanks for £3,810 which has come in via envelopes in recent weeks

We would remind people that you can drop in your envelopes to Parish Office via Letter Box. Our thanks to all those who are contributing. Much appreciated

Our donation platform is now set up on parish website under title of Donate Button. (it should be simple to use). If using phone or ipad press the menu bars on right hand corner and the donate button will be flashing..  If you wish to use it and have difficulty with it please contact parish office. Once you are set up it is a very good method of payment.

Check with Office re Standing Order and /or Gift Aid

MASS  (via webcam)

Sunday  @ 10.30am

Monday – Friday @ 9.30 am  (funerals may mean change of time which will be announced)

Monday 7.30pm Rosary. Tuesday & Thursday 7.30 pm Night Prayer (Compline)

Wednesday & Friday 7.30pm  A period  of Reflection

Masses during the coming week:   Sunday : Parishioners/ Danny Mackle (month mind ),

Monday : Joe Shivers (month mind) Tuesday : Sick;  Wednesday/Thursday/Friday : Private

Sunday : Parishioners

Next Sunday was designated as Cemetery Sunday. Given present circumstances we cannot gather for this ceremony.  However, at 6.00pm next Sunday evening we will have recitation of the Rosary  and other Prayers via the webcam.

I will bless the graves in St Joseph’s Ballyscullion after 10.30 mass next Sunday. After the  Rosary and Prayers here in St Mary’s I will bless the graves here in both cemeteries. I ask that I be allowed to do privately.

Matt Talbot Prayer Society – Praying for those suffering from Addiction in St Eugene’s Cathedral

Check notices on our Parish Website

 

This year, St Joseph’s Young Priests Society celebrates its 125th Anniversary of the founding of the Society (in 1895).  The Society has launched a new website, www.stjosephsyoungpriestssociety.ie.  The National president, Mr John Murphy would be grateful if parishes were to include a link thereto on their parish websites, and I would encourage you to do so