Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 10 June 2018
Sat 9 20.00
Sun 10 10.30
Mon 11 10.00 . . .Pro populo
Tues 12 10.00 . . .Peter & Mary Cassells, Gortnagullion & DM Carroll family
Sat 16 20.00 . . . .DM Wynne Family, Drumrahill
Sun 17 10.30 . . . Brendan Casey, Drumcroy
We welcome into the Christian community Beibhinn Mary McKeon, daughter of Noel and Michelle, Gortyclery.
National Collection for the World Meeting of Families 2018
Please support the Fourth National Collection for WMOF2018 which will be taken up at Masses next weekend 16 and 17 June. If you have already contributed to this collection in the last three weeks using the brown envelope in your box, please do not feel you need to contribute again.
Mohill Family Support Centre is planning to publish a brochure of summer events for Mohill and District. Do you have an event taking place any time from now until the end of August, that you would like us to mention in the brochure? If yes, please send the information about your event by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org . If you have any queries, please phone the centre on 071 9631253. The deadline for submission is Wednesday 13 th June at 5pm.
Mohill’s Economic Development Plan
As a wider Mohill community we face many challenges about keeping our young people here, about jobs, education, training and skills, about services and facilities, about offering ‘something for everybody’ and about developing a ‘Smart Green Mohill’. We have another important breakfast morning scheduled for Thursday June 14th at 8.00am in the Kitchen Door, Mohill. All welcome.
SEEING YOUR LIFE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GOSPELS Mark 3:20-35
1. Looking on at what Jesus was doing, some of his family thought he was out of his mind. When you think of successful initiatives that you took in your life, were there times when people thought you were a little crazy? Perhaps some regard your interest in faith, or church, in the same way? What sustained you in those circumstances?
2. Successful ventures can arouse jealousy as well as admiration. Jesus was often the target of the jealousy of religious leaders. They questioned his motivation. When have you seen your good efforts, or the good efforts of others, spoiled by the jealousy or hostility of some? Did it help when there were people prepared to stand together in face of the criticism?
3. For many people their blood family provides an enduring, reliable and supportive network. Jesus had another family: those of one mind and heart with him in seeking to do God’s will. When and where have you experienced encouragement from people of shared vision and faith?
St Manchan’s N.S are holding a clothing collection on Wednesday 13 June. Bags can be left into the school any time during school hours before the 13th.
Irish Cancer Society
wish to thank all who kindly donated to their recent Church gate collection in Mohill. The amount raised was € 400.
The Ardagh and Clonmacnois Pilgrimage to Lourdes
is celebrating its Golden Jubilee this year. To mark the 50 th . Anniversary, a special Mass will be celebrated on Sunday 10 th . June in St. Mel’s Cathedral, Longford at 3 p.m. Bishop Francis Duffy will be the chief celebrant.
We would like to invite especially those who have travelled on pilgrimage during any of those 50 years to this Mass. Refreshments will be held in the Temperance Hall afterwards.
Life to the Full
Mohill Prayer Group is running a Life in the Spirit seminar in the Family Resource Centre (Canon Donohoe Hall) beginning on Wednesday 13 June at 7pm. It will run for seven consecutive Wednesdays with a different speaker each week. Everyone is welcome to attend.
A Life in the Spirit seminar is a set of talks which provide an opportunity to develop and enrich your adult faith through a personal relationship with Jesus. Millions of Catholics worldwide have participated in these seminars and through this their faith has been reignited and renewed. We look forward to meeting you there. The speakers include Fr Gerry Campbell, Eddie Stones, Marie Beirne & Fr Peter Okpetu.
One Day Assorted Camps
takes place in Mohill Family Support Centre on the following days. Tuesday 17th of July for 5-6 year olds, Tuesday 24th July for 9- 10 year olds and Wednesday 25th July for 11-14 year olds. Places available for all dates. Places limited so contact Laura on 086 6035977 to book your child's place. Days run from 10am-3pm. €7 per child. Family concessions in place.
Mental Health support group
GROW is a confidential support group which promotes good mental health through a twelve-step programme of personal development and growth. Members attend a weekly meeting lasting about two hours which according to research results in members needing significantly less professional help and have less chance of relapse. Members provide mutual support in undertaking certain tasks each week that encourage a healthy change in thinking, behaviour and/or relationships. Enquiries, in confidence, to 086 8516939 or 074 9161628. Meetings are held at 2:15pm on Tuesday Afternoons in the Canon Donohoe Hall. No introductions are needed, just come along. No membership fees or dues are charged. All welcome.
on rush control takes place on Tuesday 12 June at 6.30pm. Meeting point is Fearglass Church.