Second Sunday of Advent 10 December 2017
Sat 9 20.00. . . ..Sean Reynolds & DFM, Drumhanny
Sun 10 10.30 . . .Pro populo
Gorvagh 09.30 .Pee Heeran, MM, Aughaboneil
Mon 11 11.00 . .Funeral Mass John McGowan
Tues 12 10.00 . .Pro populo
Sat 16 12.00. . . Fr P.J Cumiskey, New Zealand
. . . . . 20.00 . . .DM Shanley Family, Meelick
Sun 17 10.30. . .Noel Wynne & DFM, Gortnalug
Please pray for the repose of the soul of John McGowan, Tawlaughtmore. May he rest in peace.
We welcome into the Christian community Bernadette Mary Nevin, daughter of Martin and Bernadette, Tawlaughtmore.
Big Bingo in the Canon Donohoe hall on Monday 11 Dec at 8.30pm. €500 prize money.
Next group meeting is 12th December. Another demonstration night planned for this night around Christmas wreath and flowers with Geraldine from Drumsna Garden Centre. Contact Laura on 086 6035977 for more information.
Mohill Fittest Family Fundraiser
is being held on Sunday 17th December at 2pm in Beirnes Bar Carpark. Fittest family, Fittest Male & Female. €20 entry fee for Family, €10 individual entry. Proceeds to Carmel Cunningham & Family. Please support this worthy cause.
Annual SVP Christmas Appeal
takes place at Masses in Mohill, Gorvagh, Eslin, this weekend (December 9th / 10th). Christmas, with its extra financial burdens, can be a very stressful time for many families and individuals in difficult circumstances. Your support is vital to enable SVP to make Christmas a time to remember for everyone. Please support generously and help people in need in your local area.
Santa will visit Eslin Community Centre on Saturday 16th December at 6pm approx. If you are coming please contact Edel on 087 6124991 or Cait on 086 2285097 to let Santa know you are coming. If you are new to the area you are welcome to come along and meet with other parents in the area.
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 our office 071 – 9170523 for details.
Drumshanbo Vocational School
proudly presents "The Wizard of Oz" musical. Performances on Thursday 14th, Friday 15th and Saturday 16th December 2017 at 8pm, in The Mayflower, Drumshanbo. Tickets available from the School. Enquiries Ph: (071) 9641085
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SEEING YOUR LIFE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GOSPELS Mark 1:1-8
1. John the Baptist is presented as a messenger to prepare the way for Jesus. Who have been messengers to you, preparing the way for the Lord by alerting you to ways in which you could improve your life? To whom have you been such a messenger? 2. John calls the people to repentance (i.e. a change of heart), as a way to a new life. Can you recall times when you had a change of heart, and the change led to new life for you?
3. John baptised people with water as a gesture to mark their change of heart. Sometimes we perform an action to symbolise our change of heart – write a letter, throw away our last cigarettes, etc. Can you remember a symbolic gesture with which you marked a change of heart?
Santa's coming to town.
Santa will be visiting Gorvagh Community Centre on Sunday 17th December at 3pm. He will be checking the naughty and nice list. There will be lots of fun for the kids.
Classes starting Friday 12th January in Gorvagh Community Centre. Under 4's 6:30-7pm, under 13's 7-7:45pm. €5 per child, family concessions. Contact Dennis 0868375433 , Charlene 0862692977 for more details.
Offertory Collection……………..… € 1,975
. . . I have come into the world as light so that no-one who believes in Me need remain in the dark . . .