Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time Sunday 21 October 2018

Mass Intentions

Sat 20 20.00 . . . Evie McNabola, Boeshill

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Theresa Boyle, Treanmore

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Chris Reynolds, Main St

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Paul Wynne, Corraterriff

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Cissie Bohan & DFM, Corrigeen

. . . . . . . . . . . . .Joe Kelly, Gubadurish

Sun 21 10.30 . . Paul Greenan, Main St

Mon 22 10.00 . Thomas Patrick McHugh, Main St

Tues 23 10.00 . .Francis Moran & DFM, Gubadruish

Wed 24 10.00 . . Bridget Alice Baxter, Townyeely, & Annie & Katie O’Rourke

Thurs 25 10.00 . Pro populo

Sat 27 20.00 Peter Harkin, Glosdrummin

Jimmy Moore, (1st anniv), Cappagh

Stephen, Kathleen & Sr Marius Flynn, Glebe St

Michael & Mary Kilrane, Drumboy

Michael Mulligan, Drumgarn

Sun 28 10.30

 

Death

Please pray for the repose of the soul of Fr. Jim Tubman, formally Gubadurish, who died in Manchester. May he rest in peace.

 

Baptism

We welcome into the Christian Community Padraig Brendan Kilrane s/o Brendan & Marion, Ard na Sí.

 

Fundraising Concert

in St. Mary’s Church, Fenagh on Thursday 25th October at 8.00p.m. Performing will be The Garda Band and Roscommon Solstice Choir. All monies received will be donated to various Community Organisations within Fenagh Parish. This concert is organised by St. Catherine’s Church Committee in grateful appreciation of all who have supported us over the years. Admission €10.

 

World Mission Sunday (Propagation of the Faith envelope)

is a celebration of solidarity and unity within our Church. Today, every single parish worldwide - and YOU - share what you can so the life-transforming work of missionaries overseas can continue. Today, through your prayers and contributions, you are fully appreciating the dedication of our missionaries who live and work in communities that are struggling and often war-torn. World Mission Sunday is coordinated by ‘World Missions Ireland’, and is the Church’s official charity for overseas mission. It is part of a worldwide network of over 120 charities. Today, your prayers and generosity are helping spread the peace and love of Christ. To donate €4 you can text the word ‘Mission’ to 50300.(Texts cost €4. World Missions Ireland will receive a minimum of €3.60) or call us on 01 497 2035 to donate over the phone.

 

Clothing Collection

St Manchan’s National School are holding a clothing collection on Wednesday 24 October. Bags of clean, clothes, shoes, handbags, duvet covers and curtains can be dropped into the school any day before 24 October.

 

Marian Movement

Regional Cenacle of the Marian Movement of Priests on Sunday 28th October from 2pm to 5pm in the Pastoral Centre, St Mel's College, Longford. Tel 086 0405621. All welcome.

 

Gorvagh Community Centre

Children's Halloween party in aid of Temple street hospital on Sunday 28th October from 3pm -4.30 pm. Lots of spooky fun and treats guaranteed.

Ceili dancing resumes on Monday 5th Nov at 8.30pm. All welcome for a good night’s fun and dancing.

 

Mohill Basketball Club Fundraiser

takes place next Sunday 28 October. The club will have a stall selling tea, coffee and cakes at Early’s Corner. Your support would be appreciated.

 

Radio Maria Ireland

is an Irish-run Catholic Talk-Radio Station. Prayer, Catechesis, Uplifting music, Talks, Interviews and Testimonies – all commercial free. Listen via TV on Saorview Channel 210 and Freeview Channel 826. Streaming on www.radiomaria.ie

 

Love your Spine

In conjunction with World Spine day Jennifer Downey Chartered Physiotherapist will give a talk in Canon Donohoe Hall on Wednesday 24 October at 3.00pm. She will give advice on posture and how to look after your spine.

Admission is free and all are welcome.

 

Mohill Fire Brigade

and friends will hold a Car Wash on Saturday 27 th Oct in aid of Andrew O’Malley, who suffered debilitating injuries in a tragic accident. You support on the day will also give the Firefighters the encouragement to continue with their charitable efforts in the years to come.

 

SEEING YOUR LIFE THROUGH THE LENS OF THE GOSPELS Mark 10:35-45

1.  Jesus had spent much time teaching his followers that discipleship was a life of service, a life of giving oneself for others. In spite of that James and John were thinking of what they could get out of it. For Jesus, for the apostles, and for each one of us, the glory of God is revealed when we allow God to work through us as we give ourselves for others. When have you found that you reach a fuller life, and others benefit, when you act in this spirit of service? 2.  One of the great problems in a community, a parish, or an organisation, is when you have some people jockeying for status and positions of power. The good of the group and the people it serves take second place to personal prestige. You have probably seen this happen. Perhaps you have also witnessed people with a spirit of service that allowed them to value the good of the group over personal rewards. Recall them and give thanks for their witness. 3.  Jesus himself is the great model of this spirit of service. Think of the aspects of Jesus’ life and ministry that have inspired you to imitate his giving of his life for others.

 

Information Meeting

on ensuring that Mohill town benefits from visiting clubs and regattas organized at Lough Rynn. Tuesday 23 October, 8pm, Canon Donohoe Hall.

 

Money Matters

 Offertory Collection ………….…€1,805

 

 

. . It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light . .