Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday 11 November 2018
Sat 10 20.00 . . . . Jim & Bridie McHugh, Bunnybeg
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathleen & Bill Andrews, Main St
Sun 11 10.30 . . . . Patricia McGrath
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mary & Barney McCauley & DFM
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kieran Reynolds & DFM
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Maggie & Stephen Egan, Corduff
Eslin 0.900 . . . . . .Jack & Una Cassells, Leitrim Upper
Gorvagh 09.30 . . .Peter Leo (Pee) Heeran, (1st anniv) Aughaboneil
Mon 12 10.00 . . . .Pro populo
Sat 17 20.00 . . . . . Rosemarie Reynolds, Cavan
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James & Padraig Guckian, Hill St
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ciss & Peter Harkin, Breandrum
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Mulligan, Drumgarn
Sun 18 10.30 . . . . .Michael Lynam & DFM
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rosemary Crossan, Glebe St
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael & Mary Ellen McGarry, Crossdrumman
We welcome into the Christian Community Adam John O’Reilly, s/o Joanna & Kephas, Drumlowan who was baptised recently.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Michael O’Callaghan USA and formerly of Rosharry, who died recently. May he rest in peace.
Mass for deceased Members & Staff Leitrim County Council
in St Mary’s Church Carrick on Shannon on Monday 12 November at 8.00pm.
Is God Calling You to be a Priest?
“Come and See” exploring priesthood retreat is an opportunity for Catholic men aged between 18 and 40, to meet priests and seminarians, to hear about how they heard their call, how they discerned what God was asking of them and what is involved in being a priest and of seminary formation.
The event will commence on Friday 23rd November at 6pm and will conclude on Saturday 24th at 4pm in Mount St. Anne’s, a beautiful retreat and conference centre located in Killenard, near Portarlington.
For further information: www. Vocations.ie or email email@example.com
Health Information Day
in Mohill Family Support Centre Thurs 15th November 10am - 2pm (with registration at 9.30am). Organized by Leitrim Development Company in conjunction with Mohill Family Support Centre. Speakers on the day include Citizen Information, Local Link, Michelle Earley on Healthy Eating and Helen O Driscoll the Cancer Screening Promotion Advisor from Irish Cancer Society. Free Event with lunch provided. Also, free health checks on the day from Marie Keating Society and Irish Heart Foundation.
Christmas Events Brochure
To have an event included for Mohill & District, please send your information to Mohill Family Support Centre with a donation of €5 towards the cost of printing by Thursday 15th Nov at 5pm. Email support@mohillfsc phone 071 9631253
Food Hampers available again
Mohill Family Support Centre is hoping to receive a gift of non-perishable food items from a government and EU-funded scheme. Hampers will be distributed to local families on low incomes who have children. If you would like to register your family for a hamper, please drop into the Centre at the Canon Donohoe Hall before Friday 16 th November and fill in a form. Any queries to 071 9631253.
Tommy Fleming Christmas Concert
Tickets for the Tommy Fleming Christmas concert in St Patrick’s Church on Fri November 30th at 8pm sharp are on sale from Paul’s of Mohill and Mulveys of Carrick. This is a ticket only concert, no tickets will be available at the door.
are running an exciting free programme funded by Peace IV for 15-18 year olds in Mohill Family Support Centre from Tuesday 13th of November for 6 months. Workshops will run from 6pm-7pm. Contact Áine Tiernan (Project Leader) for more information on 0867867323 .
Five ways to well being
Ms Mar Healy of Mental Health Ireland will give a free workshop in Mohill Family Support Centre this Tuesday, 13th November from 11am - 12.30pm. This workshop will offer you the space to explore simple but effective ways to bring more happiness, wellness and purpose into your life. Please call the Centre on 071 9631253 to book a place.
SEEING YOUR LIFE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GOSPELS Mark 12:38-44
1. The scribes are presented as ostentatious and devious, acting more out of self-interest than the love of God or people. There can be an element of self-interest in each of us. Perhaps there have been times when you have been disturbed by glimpsing in yourself ‘other motives’ in your doing good. Recall when you were awakened to this fact. Where was the good news for you in that awakening?
2. In material terms, what the widow had to offer was very little. Recall when you felt yourself called to give, and gave even though you apparently had very little. Perhaps you have had the experience of finding that what you thought was little and insignificant meant a great deal to another person. Recall some of those moments.
3. The widow ‘gave everything she had, all she had to live on’. In doing so she placed herself in a very vulnerable position, trusting that things would work out. Have you ever found that what seemed a generous but reckless giving of yourself proved life-giving for yourself and others?
Offertory Collection ………………. €2,695
(including Holy Day)
. . . Going to Church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car. . .