Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday 14 January 2018

 

Mass Intentions

Sat 13 20.00 . . Raymond McWeeney, MM, Cornee

. . . . . . . . . . . . James Nolan, MM, Treanmore

. . . . . . . . . . . . Paddy & Kathleen Conboy, Lisdadnan

. . . . . . . . . . . . Francis Bohan, Gortavacan

Sun 14 10.30 . .Marie Casey, Drumcroy

. . . . . . . . . . . . Peter McGarry & DFM, Cormore

Gorvagh 09.30 Dympna & Pat Wynne, Corgar

Mon 15 10.00 . Pro populo

Sat 20 20.00. . .DM Earley, Clarke & Hamilton families

. . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Claire Farrelly, (1st anniv),Shannagh Grove

Sun 10.30 . . . . Mary Ann (Cissie) Gildea, MM, Corlasko

. . . . . . . . . . . . Pat & Theresa McGarry, Killamaun

 

Death

Please pray for the repose of the soul of John McKiernan, Drumgowla, whose funeral took place during the week. May he rest in peace.

 

Baptism

We welcome into the Christian community Laura Claire Beirne, daughter of Tomás and Mairéad, Drumdoo.

 

Leitrim for Life

A representative from Leitrim for Life will speak at Masses next weekend on the importance of upholding the right to life from the moment of conception to natural death.

 

North West Hospice

requires Retail Volunteers for our charity shop in Market Yard, Carrick-on-Shannon. If you have a couple of hours to spare and you would like help us please contact Mary at our office 071 – 9170523 for details.

 

National Learning Network

Carrick- on-Shannon has a number of vacancies on our Employer Based Training course, 12 month duration, offering QQI certification and work placements in a rang e of sectors with on-going coordinator support and good employment opportunities. For more information contact Noel at 0862481383 or 071 9650693.

E-mail: carrickonshannon@nln.ie

 

100 Years of Women's Suffrage

This year marks 100 years since some Irish women were granted the right to vote and to run for election to parliament. We kick off our ‘Centenary Year of Celebrations’ with Politics, Propaganda and Elections - The Importance of Irishwomen's Activism, 1916-1919 by Dr. Mary McAuliffe - Assistant Professor / Lecturer in Gender Studies at UCD. This talk will take place in Canon Donohoe Hall, Thursday 18th of January at 12 noon. This talk is open to everyone so please join us on the day.

 

The Irish Natura & Hill Farmers

invite you to a very important Meeting on Forestry & your Environment they are hosting in The Bush Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon, on Friday, 19th January at 8pm.  We are seeing massive growth in the development of commercial forestry across our region, startling facts and figures from recent research are being revealed on this very contentious issue. Your attendance is vitally important to make your voice heard on what are the best solutions for your community's future.

 

Mohill Defibrillator Group

will hold a class on Jan 23rd at 7pm in Arus Carolan Day Centre. Anyone needing to recertify or who would like to participate, please text Robert at 087 2479262with your name and CPR Class. This is on a first come first served basis.

 

SEEING YOUR LIFE
THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GOSPELS John 1:35-42

1.  John pointed the disciples towards Jesus as the one they should follow. Remember the people in your life who have pointed you in a new and life-giving direction? Perhaps in some cases this may have involved directing you away from your association with them – e.g., leaving home, changing jobs, etc.

2.  Jesus invited the disciples to come and see how he lived. How have you come to learn how Jesus lived, and what he was looking for in life? How has this attracted you to follow him?

3.  What is your experience of gathering in small groups to learn to live like Jesus by listening to the gospel together? Where two or three are gathered in his name, Jesus is there in the midst of them.

4.  Andrew did not keep the good news to himself but invited his brother to join him in following Jesus. What is your experience of receiving, or giving, an invitation to join in some worthwhile venture?

John Byrne osa

Email jpbyrneosa@gmail.com

 

  Why is Peter called Cephas?

His original name was Simon. In the Aramaic language which Jesus and the apostles spoke, Cephas means rock. Peter is its Greek translation and Latin took on the Greek name. By giving him this new name Jesus was indicating his future role as the rock on which he would found his church. The letters of Paul refer to him as Cephas eight times and as Peter twice. The Gospels which were written later than Paul’s letters nearly always use the Greek name, Peter, as the Christian church was by then using Greek and Latin far more than Aramaic.

 

Improve your IT skills at Mohill Enterprise Centre 

 Our part time QQI Level 5 Design Skills and Digital Fabrication course will begin in early February.  This course aims to provide learners with a broad overview of design and digital fabrication skills. We are also offering a range of evening courses beginning in late January including – Internet Security and Basic Computing, Digital Photography and Navigating Modern Living. All of these courses will run one evening per week for approximately 6 weeks. Call 071-9632024 (email: info@mct.ie ). All our courses are supported by MSLETB.

 

Money Matters

Offertory Collection……………..… € 2655 (including holyday)

 

Feed your faith and your doubts will starve to death