NewsletterNewsletter for Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sat 22 20.00 John Reynolds Coolabawn
Ann Moran & DFM, Drumrahill
Tom & Margaret Mulligan, Drumgarn
Sun 23 10.30 James McGovern & DFM
Gorvagh 09.30 Packie Joe & Mona Cafferty Drumlowan
Mel & Michael Logan, DFM
Sat 29 20.00
Sun 30 10.30 Malachy & Bridie Creegan & DM Creegan & Maguire families
Mary, John, Rose & Noel Walsh Knocklongford
We pray for Francis O’Neill, Gortletteragh whose funeral took place during the week
Sat evening 7pm—Mohill Church
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 5.45pm
Feast of St James, Apostle
Tues, July 25
Free One-to-One Digital Skills are back. Tuesday 25th July.
Learn how to use your own smartphone, tablet, laptop etc.,. Booking is essential. Call on 071 9631360 or email on email@example.com
Tax reclaim forms have been sent out to parishioners who have contributed €250 or more to the Offertory/Heating/Dues Collections. The Parish as a charitable body may recoup tax that you have paid on these donations. Please fill in and return the forms to the parish as soon as possible. Thank you.
Summer is a beautiful time for families to come together. It is also a time of challenges and dangers. If you would like your house blessed and a visit from a Priest please call 071 9631024
First Summer Camp at Mohill Family Support Centre
The First Camp runs from Tuesday, August 1 to Friday, August 4, for children aged 7 to 10 years. Time: 10am – 2pm. Lots of fun activities – Jess from Mud Bugs will be with us, we will have a scavenger hunt and an outing on the last day. To book a place contact the office on 071 9631253 or message 0866035977. Fee for the week €35. €30 for every child thereafter. Family concessions will apply. Limited number of places – book early to avoid disappointment.
Carrick Historical Society Talk
Wed., 26th July, 8pm, St George’s Heritage & Visitor Centre. Church Lane — “Rockingham – A Little Guide to the Big House” by Triona Mullaney-Dignam. Fascinating illustrated talk on the history of Rockingham House and the King family. Adm. €5, free to Society Members.
Seeing your life through the
Lens of the Gospels
The owner of the field who allowed the wheat and the darnel to grow together is a reminder to us to be patient with ourselves and with others when we see everything is not right. Sometimes a preoccupation with the negative (the darnel) can blind us to seeing the positive in our own lives and in the lives of others. When have you found that a willingness to live with the messiness of the present created the conditions for future growth?
Have you ever found that it was through accepting the darnel that you learned important lessons for life, e.g., learning by making mistakes, or asking stupid questions, or taking foolish risks?
The parables of the mustard seed and the leaven are reminders that seemingly insignificant things can have very positive results. Have you ever been surprised by the benefit to yourself or others of a kind gesture, a small initiative, or a word of encouragement?
Offertory Collection .. €1,875
Thank you for your continued support