NewsletterDecember 3 2023
Sat 2 20.00 Sean Reynolds & DFM, Drumhanny
Paddy Kelly Ardlougher
James, Anne & Liam Guckian & Maura Conaty & DFM
Sun 3 10.30 Mike Woods & DFM, Drumdoo
Mon 4 10.00 Thomas McGovern & DFM,
Sat 9 20.00 Ray Creamer (1st anniv)
Sun 10 10.30 Terry & Lena Beirne & Teresa McKenna
Anne Gallagher (1st anniv) & Pat & Dara Gallagher
Anne & Denis Reynolds, Eslin Bridge
Confession—Sat evening 7pm in Mohill
First Sat—Mass at 10am & Confessions after Mass.
takes place each Thursday after 10am Mass until 6pm. Benediction the first Thurs of the month at 6pm
Mass Times from Jan 2024
Sat, Mohill 7.30pm
Sun, Eslin/Gorvagh 9am
St Manchan’s School Choir together with the Church Choir are having a Carol Service in St Patrick’s Church on Friday 15th December at 7.00pm.
Mohill ICA Party Night
Mohill ICA women’s group Christmas Party Night Tuesday, Dec 5 at 8pm in the Canon Donohoe Hall. Chef Rosaleen Lynch will give a demonstration of Christmas Fare. Light refreshments and raffle for a beautiful iced Christmas cake and other prizes. Everyone is welcome. Come and enjoy!
Mohill Town Team
welcome you to an Information evening with Leitrim County Council on town developments at 6.30pm followed at 7pm by RetroFit Ready everything you need to know about retrofitting your home and business including grants available. Venue Mohill Enterprise Centre Ballinamore Rd.
St Manchan’s NS
have extended the date for the clothing collection. All clean clothes, Shoes, bags, curtains and soft toys can be left into the school before 12th December.
Learn to make the mummers hat with Edwina Guckian Mon 4th Dec at 7pm.
One-to-one digital skills every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Booking is essential call on
071 9631360 or email: email@example.com
Citizens Information Outreach Clinic every Wednesday 3-4pm. No appointment needed.
Adult boards game afternoon every Friday 10th November 3-4pm. Just pop along.
Online Advent Retreat.
The Priory Institute is delighted to offer a FREE OF CHARGE online retreat ‘Reflecting on the Sunday Gospels of Advent’ Visit our website prioryinstitute.com .
Seeing your life through the
Lens of the Gospel
It is easy to interpret this passage as a warning about impending death or disaster. Recent wars and tragedies are examples. Yet the coming of the Lord is not just the moment of death, but any moment of grace. Recall unexpected graces – good things that happened when they were not anticipated. Perhaps some of these were moments when you were particularly alert and aware of what was going on in you and around you and this enabled you to be open to the moment of grace. Recall the contrast with moments when that alertness and awareness were not present. The servants were given charge of the household ‘each with their own job’. See yourself as a person given a responsibility within the household of God’s people. What is it like for you to see yourself trusted in this way by God? What has it been like for you when you have been shown trust in this way by another person? Jesus says that what he is saying to his disciples he is saying to all. Have there been times when you have been a messenger of hope to others, encouraging them to wait for a moment of grace. Who have been the ones to encourage you?
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