Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 15 September 2019

Mass Intentions

Sat 14 20.00 . . .Tom & Josie McLoughlin, Drumgowna

DM Foley & Harte Families

Tommy Donnelly

Sun 15 10.30 . . Pro populo

Sat 21 20.00 . . .Eilish & Jack Nicholl, Bridge St &

Brid & Patricia Nicholl

Jim & Alice Ward

Paddy & Mary Ward & Tom & Joseph, Drumcolligan

Anna (Ciss) McWeeney, Drimna

Sun 22 10.30 . . Teresa O’Reilly, Main St


Baptisms
We welcome into the Christian Community Lorcan Francis Fitzpatrick s/o Tara & Val, Sliabh View, also Rebecca Mae Wallace d/o Peter & Theresa, Cavan, Eslin who were baptised recently.

Wedding
Congratulations and best wishes to Louise McLoughlin and Enda Shortt who celebrated their wedding recently.

SVP Collectors
SVP Mohill relies on the weekly church collections for the majority of its funds. Without this source of income it would be impossible to continue our work. Due to the retirements we do not have enough collectors to cover the Saturday evening Mass collection on a continual basis, therefore we are looking for some new volunteers. Volunteers may wish to become full members of SVP or if they prefer they may just commit to helping out with the weekly collection. For a ten minute commitment weekly you can make a huge difference to disadvantaged people in our community. For info call Mike Burke on 086 – 2568357 or talk to any of our collectors.

Mohill Parish Choir
Choir practice resumes this Thursday 19 Sept at 8.30pm in the school. New members welcome.

Mohill Computer Training
QQI Level 5 Full time – It is not too late to join this great course which will give you up to 390 CAO points and great general computer skills.
Part Time - QQI Level 3 in Computing starting on Monday 23rd September from 10 am to 1pm (Monday to Thursday) each week for 4 weeks. Limited places.
Evening Courses beginning in early October including Internet Security with Basic Computing and Digital Photography. 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.

Coffee Morning
takes place Thursday September 19th (National Morning) for North West Hospice 10.30am-12.30pm in Mohill Family Support Centre. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Seeing your life through the Lens of the Gospel
1. There are three figures in the story of the Prodigal Son. The father is a symbol of an unconditional love. Perhaps you can recall someone showing love to you in a way that showed great forgiveness and acceptance. Have there been times when you have also loved in this way?
2. You may be able to identify with the younger son at different stages of his journey. Be sure to follow it to the point where it becomes a good news story for you – when you ‘came to yourself.’ Where and when have you experienced a homecoming after a time of exile and alienation. 3. Do not neglect the older son. In contrast to his father he was very judgemental and resentful towards his younger brother. Perhaps you have experienced these attitudes in others towards you, or in yourself towards others. What were those experiences like for you? What did they teach you?

Volunteer for Irish Cancer Society
to drive patients to and from their chemotherapy treatments in all public hospitals nationwide. Volunteers will need their own car but all expenses are paid. If you have two free days a month (Monday – Friday) and an active email address we would love to hear from you. Please call Laura on 01 2310 594, email transport@irishcancer.ie or go to www.cancer.ie for more information.

Airc Dámhsa Dance Club
starts Saturday 28th of September in Canon Donohoe Hall (Family Resource Centre) Mohill. New beginners welcome at 10.30am. Sean nos dance, set dance, jiving for children & teenagers. Contact 0894545395 for more info.

Trip to Cineplex to see “Downton Abbey”
Mohill Active Age Group are planning a trip to the Cineplex in Carrick-on-Shannon on Wednesday, September 25 to see “Downton Abbey”. Anyone interested in coming with us, please phone Pat on 085 8726264.

Mohill Youth Cafe
every Monday starting back 16th of Sept 6-7pm for 8-10 year olds and 7-8pm for 10-12 year olds. Fun group activities take place each week. €2 admission. Call office 071 96 31253 for more information.

Keeldra Lake Trail
The newly developed Keeldra Lake Trail is opening on Sunday 15th September, commencing at 2pm. Please come and relive past memories, share stories, meet old friends and enjoy all of what this great amenity has to offer. Everyone welcome.

Ploughing Championships
Bus to the Ploughing Championships on Thursday 19 Sept, booking essential contact Cathal 0879493951.

Money Matters
Offertory Collection …………….. €1,830



. . . . . The sinner who humbles himself and repents will be forgiven. . . . . . .