Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday 15 July 2018

Mass Intentions

Sat 14 20.00. . . Molly McNabola & DFM, Killamaun

Sun 15 10.30 . . Mona Cafferty, MM, Drumlowan

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Harry, Noeleen & John McGowan, Bridge St

Mon 16 10.00. . Pro populo

Thurs19 10.00 . Richard Conway

Fri 20 10.00 . . . Patricia & Christy Reilly, St Patrick’s View

Sat 21 20.00 . . . Baby Kristian Pat Moran, Drumrahill

. . . . . . . . . . . . ..Anne Moran & DFM, Drumrahill

. . . . . . . . . . . . . John Bernard Egan, Cornagresh

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Pat, Cissie & Tommy Cassells, Cornagresh

Sun 22 10.30 . . .May McGuinness, Gorvagh


Walking Group

meets on Mondays at 11am meeting outside Mohill Family Support Centre, Canon Donohoe Hall. Group is suitable for all ages & people (open to parents with prams), no dogs allowed. Great chance for social interaction and to get fresh air. To find out more call us on 086 6035977 or 071 9631253.


will hold a church gate collection next weekend 21/22 July.


QQI Level 5 Practical Computing

Graduating with a QQI Level 5 Major Award will give you the skills and confidence needed to return to work, gain employment or continue onto further study.  Starting in September, places are limited so call us now to reserve your place.  Training allowances are available to course participants..  Part-time courses include, Computers for the Absolute Beginner s Level 3 and 4 Computer online Bookkeeping and Payroll – Manual and Computerised Maths for Everyone (solving everyday problems). Call Bernie on 071-9632024 or email John at to learn more.



‘The sacrament of marriage is not a social convention, an empty ritual or merely the outward sign of a commitment. The sacrament is a gift given for the sanctification and salvation of the spouses, since ‘their mutual belonging is a real representation, through the sacramental sign, of the same relationship between Christ and the Church. The married couple are therefore a permanent reminder for the Church of what took place on the cross; they are for one another and for their children witnesses of the salvation in which they share through the sacrament.’

Pope Francis, Amoris Laetitia, 72



1.  Jesus gave the disciples a share in his mission by sending them out ahead of him. It was a gesture of trust and confidence on his part, even though they did not fully understand his mission. Have you ever been surprised by the trust shown in you by others to speak or act on their behalf?

2.  Jesus sent the disciples out two by two. Perhaps your experience gives you examples of the value of having another with you when engaged in an important task.

3.  The apparently strange instructions given by Jesus were intended to counteract practices by bogus preachers who used preaching as a mask for money-making. The disciples of Jesus focus on the mission and not on their own comforts. Is it your experience that vested interests can impede a task, whereas having the right motives makes your mission more effective?

4.  The task of the disciples was to call people to repent (metanoia meaning conversion, changing the way we look at God and at other people). Who have been the disciples, the people in your life who have called you to be more trusting in God? To whom have you given this call?


Life to the Full

Mohill Prayer Group Life in the Spirit seminar in the Family Resource Centre (Canon Donohoe Hall) continues for the next two weeks, on Wednesday at 8pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

A Life in the Spirit seminar is a set of talks which provide an opportunity to develop and enrich your adult faith through a personal relationship with Jesus. Millions of Catholics worldwide have participated in these seminars and through this their faith has been reignited and renewed. We look forward to meeting you there. The speakers include Fr Gerry Campbell, Eddie Stones, Marie Beirne & Fr Peter Okpetu.



Keeldra Lake Amenity Development Committee will host their 2nd Family Fun Day on Sunday 15th July from 1pm to 5pm. This promises to be a great day with activities including, Kayaking, Swimming, Music, bouncing castle and a BBQ. Fun for all the family.  All funds will go towards the necessary maintenance and upkeep, as well as planned further improvements of the Amenity.


 Money Matters

Offertory Collection………….. €2,015


. . Not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke of luck . .