Mohill Parish Newsletter

Feast of Christ the King Sunday 21 November 2021


Mass Intentions

Sat 20 20.00 .Michael Woods MM

. . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Connolly & DFM

. . . . . . . . . . . . Breege O’Carolan & DFM

Sun 21 10.30 Tony O’Reilly, Main St

Mon 22 10.00 Rosemary Crossan, Glebe St

Sat 27 20.00 . Anna & Denis Reynolds

. .. . . . . . . . . . . Michael Gilmartin Coolebawn & DFM

Sun 28 10.30 .Maurice Barry MM

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Sean Gilheany, Bunnymore

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack & Maureen Kelly

. . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim O’Brien

Gorvagh 09.30 Brigid & Josie Dwyer


Confessions—Sat evening 7pm—Mohill Church

Weekday Mass - Mon to Fri-10am




Would you like to be more active in your pariah? Would you volunteer as a Church Reader, Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, Steward, Member of the Pastoral Council, etc Through Baptism all are called to build the Kingdom of God. Call 071 9631024


Prayer to the Holy Family

Jesus , Mary and Joseph, I give you my heart and my soul.
Jesus , Mary and Joseph, assist me in my last agony
Jesus , Mary and Joseph, make my soul in peace with you forever


Eucharistic Adoration

takes place each Thursday after 10am Mass until 6pm


Mohill Enterprise Centre

Basic Computers and Digital Security

Begins 19 th  November 2021

Are you looking to gain basic computer skills and update your knowledge on digital security? Mohill Computer Training are now offering a Basic Computers and Digital Security course. The course begins 19 th  November and will take place on Fridays (10am – 1pm). This course will run over a period of four weeks. There are 10 places available, so make sure to book your place as soon as possible. Contact us by calling 071 9632024 or


Food parcels 

Mohill Family Support Centre is hoping to receive a gift of non-perishable food items in early December from a government and EU-funded scheme. It will be used to distribute food parcels to local families on low incomes who have children. To register your family for a food parcel, please contact the Centre by Tues, December 7. You can call in to the Centre, or call 071 9631253, or by e-mail to . If you have children attending third level college, please send proof to the Centre, as this will impact on the food distributed to your family. If this is your first food parcel from the Centre, you will also need to send photo ID. 



A Month with our Friends, The Souls in Purgatory

limited number of booklets available for the month of Nov


Plenary Indulgences

The faithful to gain plenary indulgences for the souls in purgatory by visiting a cemetery on any day in November and praying for those who have died;

A second plenary indulgence is also established for the day of the commemoration of the faithful departed, All Souls’ Day, November 2. The current decree allows the faithful to obtain that indulgence for the benefit of the deceased on any day of November, at their choice.


  Seeing your life through the lens of the Gospel


1.  The feast we have today, and the gospel, give us an opportunity to reflect on the different ways in which we, and others, exercise influence and leadership. The authority of Pilate came from position and power. The authority of Jesus came from his integrity and what he stood for. Recall leaders you have known whose influence was like that of Jesus (teachers, community leaders, family members).

2.  The values of the kingdom of God cannot be imposed. It is never a matter of fighting battles, or forcing others into compliance. Perhaps through experience you have learned the limitations of the use of force, as a parent, a teacher, a group leader. What has been the good news, the learnings for you, in this?

3.  Jesus came to bear witness to the truth and we are all created for a purpose. Who are today’s witnesses to truth in the world? Who are the people whose witness to truth has impressed you, either now or in the past? In what way have you been able to be a witness to truth? What was it like for you to be such a witness?


 Money Matters

Offertory Collection ……… €1,325