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Sunday 7th July 2024

 

 

Mass Intentions

 

Sat 6     19.30        Gillian Conboy, Lisdadnan & DFM

                                         Tom & Margaret Mulligan, Drumgarne

Sun 7   10.00        Sean Colreavy Ohill

                                         Trish Gordon Treanmore

                                         Elizabeth Mai Beirne, Station Rd

                                         Bridie & Malachy Creegan Clooncoose

                                         Creegan & Maguire DFM

                  15.00        All deceased  followed by   blessing of the graves.

Eslin   09.00      Paddy & Kathleen Reynolds, Corlea

Sat 13 19.30 Phil Mulholland MM, Gorvagh

Paddy Duignan, Drumreask

Sun 14 10.00 Frank O’Neill (Snr), Gortletteragh

Sean McGuinness

Gorvagh 09.00                                                                          

 

 

Weekday Masses—Mon to Fri 10am

Rosary after weekday Mass

Confession—Sat evening 6.30pm in Mohill

 First Sat—Mass at 10am & Confessions after Mass.

 

Eucharistic Adoration

takes place each Thursday after 10am Mass until 6pm. Benediction the first Thurs of the month at 6pm.

 

 

Mass Times July 13th & 14th

Sat July  13th        Mohill    7.30pm

Sun July 14th       Gorvagh       9.00am

                              Mohill        10.00am

                                    Foxfield   11.30am

House Painting

The pastoral council and Finance committee have decided that the outside of the two parish houses and surrounding buildings should be painted. Anyone who would like to put a quote in for this work, email the parish office at stpatsmohill@gmail.com

 

St Benedict

Benedict was born into a distinguished family in central Italy, studied at Rome, and early in life was drawn to monasticism. At first, he became a hermit. He soon realized that he could not live a hidden life in a small town any better than in a large city, so he withdrew to a cave high in the mountains for three years. He built what was to become one of the most famous monasteries in the world—Monte Cassino. The Rule that gradually developed prescribed a life of liturgical prayer, study, manual labour, and living together in community under a common abbot. Benedictine asceticism is known for its moderation, and Benedictine charity has always shown concern for the people in the surrounding countryside. In the course of the Middle Ages, all monasticism in the West was gradually brought under the Rule of St. Benedict.

QQI Level 5 Computer Course – Starting September 2024

Are you looking to upskill, gain employment or access third level education? Then we have the course just for you. Mohill Computer Training are now enrolling for our full – time QQI Level 5 computer course. The course begins in September. Register now as places are limited.

Call 071 9632024 or email margaret@mct.ie for more information.

 

Mohill Library

Summer Stars is the free national reading programme for children that takes place in all public libraries  each summer. It runs from 1st July – 31st August.

Join up today receive your free bag and read 6 books over the summer to get your star. Weekly prizes for book tokens, monthly family draws and overall prize of a bike.

Events in July

Family Board Game evenings every Tuesday from 5.30-6.30pm.

 

Art classes on Wednesday with Kate Murtagh Sheridan. Booking is essential

 

 

Ministries for July 2024

Altar Society

 Geraldine Kennedy

Bridie McIntyre

Eucharistic Ministers Saturday

Marguerite Faughnan

Eucharistic Minister Sunday

 Margaret Britton

Readers Saturday

Denis McGeoghan

Readers Sunday

Liam Ellis

Collectors Saturday

Peadar Flynn

Harry McCrann, Pascal McKeon

David Gordon

Collectors Sunday

           Gerry Ellis,

Gerry Walsh, Sean McGowan

 

 

Offertory Collection

Last weekend ………….€1,495

Thank you for your support