Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday 16 September 2018
Sat 15 20.00 . . . . Paddy Bohan, Treanmore
Sun 16 10.30 . . . . Mary Margaret & Bernard Reynolds & DFM Leitrim Upper
NO MASS IN ESLIN OR GORVAGH
Mon 17 10.00 . . . .Pro Populo
Wed 19 10.00 . . . .Joe Crossan Shannagh
Thur 20 10.00 . . . .Christopher & Mary Halpin & DM Christy Family New York
Sat 22 20.00 . . . . .JP, Michael, Kathleen O’Hara, Elizabeth Kelly & Donal O’Neill & DFM
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom & Josie McLoughlin Drumgowna
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thomas, Elizabeth & Pauric McNamara Gortinure
. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .Eileen Gallagher (1st anniv) Townyeely
Sun 23 10.30 . . . . Teresa O’Reilly, Main St
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lawrence & Katie McGovern & DFM
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Eddie Blake MM, Greenaun
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .John Joe & Helen Higgins Curraun
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Francis & Mary Guckian Stragarn
NO MASS IN ESLIN OR GORVAGH
There will be no Mass in Eslin or Gorvagh on Sunday 16th, 23rd and 30th September due to holidays.
We welcome into the Christian community Saoirse Frances Turbett, d/o Colin & Caitriona who was baptised recently.
The Poor Clares in Galway
are hosting a Cloister day on Saturday, September 22nd from 10am to 5pm. The day is designed to help young women between the ages of 21 and 40 to find out more about the Poor Clare way of life with a view to vocation discernment. To book a place contact: Sr. Faustina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Practical Computing Programme
Want to return to work, up-skill or gain access to third level education? Our full time QQI Level 5 Practical Computing Programme can help you do just that. Places are limited so call us now on 071 9632024 or email: email@example.com to reserve your place. Training allowances available to eligible participants.
Flu Vaccination Clinics will be held at the Primary Care Centre, Mohill (Dr Dolan's) on the following Monday afternoons: 24th September; 1st October; 8th Oct; 15th Oct and 22nd Oct. The clinic will run from 2.00pm to 4.00pm each Monday. No appointment necessary - it is a walk-in clinic.
A coffee morning in aid of North West Hospice will be held in the Country Market, Station Road, Mohill on Friday 21 st Sept from 10am to 1pm. All welcome.
Interfaith Learning Programme
As part of this programme we are running a bus to visit the Belfast Islamic Centre & St. Ann’s Cathedral in Belfast on Wednesday 19 th September . The bus will leave Mohill at 8.30am sharp, continuing to Carrigallen , picking up in Enniskillen an onwards to Belfast returning home at 7.30pm appox, If you would like to join us please confirm your place on the bus and which pick up point you would prefer as soon as possible on (071) 9620005 Ext. 555 Mob: 0876095804 .
Bus organised through Mohill Men Group and Mohill Women Group to bring a group to Ploughing Championship in Tullamore on Wednesday 19th of September leaving Mohill at 7am. This bus is open to all interested in attending this event. If interested contact Laura on 086 6035977.
Bus also leaving Mohill on Thursday 20 September at 7.00am. Booking essential if interested please contact Cathal on 087-9499351.
FREE parenting programme.
giving practical tips and strategies to help parents cope positively with the challenges of raising children and managing misbehaviour making family life more enjoyable. Seminar in Bush Hotel Carrick on Wednesday 19 September from 7.00 - 8.30pm. All welcome
Overseas Volunteers Required!
Volunteer Carpenters, Builders, Media Specialists, Early Childhood Practitioners, Occupational Therapists, Primary/Secondary Teachers, Accountants, Social Workers, Farmers...required for placements on Missions in Africa, SE Asia and the Caribbean. No previous overseas exp required, no upper age limit! Volunteer training programme begins 22nd September in Dublin - open to all! Contact Viatores Christi 01 8689986 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
SEEING YOUR LIFE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GOSPELS Mark 8:27-35
1. ‘Who do you say that I am?’ Imagine Jesus putting this question to you. How would you answer it? How would you answer it, not in words taken from a catechism or textbook, but from your own experience of the significance of Jesus in your life? What does Jesus mean to you? What does his gospel message mean to you?
2. Jesus went on to teach his disciples that following him would be hard at times. There would be a price to pay. Perhaps you also have found that imitating the love and compassion of Jesus is not an easy road? Nor does it come easy to have the constant trust in God that Jesus had. Yet Jesus tells us that this is the way to life. Would you agree? 3. There is a natural human tendency to shy away from what is painful or difficult. Yet if that is our standard pattern of behaviour we will not get far in reaching our potential. We will never find who we are capable of being. When have you found it worthwhile to face difficulties, persevere, ‘carry your cross’ for a while in order to achieve some goal that was important to you?
Offertory Collection ………….. €1,735
What you do has a far greater impact than what you say