NewsletterTwenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Sat 2 20.00 Maura & Jim Foy, Treanmore
Mary (1st anniv) & Mel Shanley Drumkielvey
Sun 3 10.30
Mon 4 10.00 Joe Boyle & DFM
Sat 9 20.00 Dympna Reilly Gortfadda
Bill Sharwin & DFM
Sun 10 10.30 Vera Blake
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
Diocese of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise appointments
Fr Sean Burke to be ADM of Bornacoola
Fr Joseph Ukut to be CC of Mohill & Fenagh
Let us not forget: Each one of us is called to holiness, to everyday holiness, to the holiness of the common Christian life. Each one of us has this calling: we go forward along this path. The Lord will not fail us.
Mohill Parish Mission
Renewing Our Faith,
Hope & Love
Sat Sept 9 to Fri Sept 15
Morning Mass 7.30am & 10am
Evening ceremony 8pm (Sun to Fri)
Come as you are…All are Welcome
Offertory Collection .. €1,555 Thank you for your continued support
Dermot Farrell, Archbishop of Dublin
My sisters and brothers, let us give thanks for our families and those in them who journey with us, their acceptance, their love, their hope, this extraordinary mystery, this extraordinary gift. With St Paul let us pray: “How rich are the depths of God—how deep God’s wisdom and knowledge—and how impossible to penetrate his motives or understand his ways… To God be glory for ever! Amen (Rom 11:33, 36)
Seeing your life through the lens of the Gospels
Short-term loss is sometimes necessary for long-term gain, as a student studying, or an athlete training, can testify. When have you found that denying yourself proved to be worthwhile because of what you gained afterwards? Jesus was teaching his followers that the path of discipleship would involve pain and suffering. His friend, Peter, would have none of it. Sometimes friends have a mistaken idea of what is for our good. What lessons have you learned about handling bad advice from a good friend? Jesus knew that because his good news message was not acceptable to the authorities he would suffer and die. In spite of this, he trusted that the power of God would overcome evil. Have you seen a good news message survive even though opponents tried to stifle it? Jesus promised that those who suffer for the kingdom would be rewarded. Perhaps, even in this earthly life, you have experienced reward for faithful discipleship. What have these rewards been?
Unique Leitrim Hawthorn Project Storytelling Event The Leitrim Hawthorn Project is a holistic celebration of the Hawthorn Tree in County Leitrim. Farmer and Storyteller Gerry Bohan will explore folklore and beliefs behind the Hawthorn Lone Bushes which has remained for centuries, undisturbed in fields and meadows. Gerry is keen to share these stories Traditional Irish singer Fionnuala Maxwell will be joining Gerry to sing a few songs.
Everyone is welcome Mohill Library on Tuesday 12th September at 7.00pm Light Refreshments
Thursday 14th September
Irish Heart Foundation Mobile Health Unit will be at the library from 11am-4am.
Free Blood Pressure and Pulse Checks
Thursday 14th September
‘Nourishing Your Way to Healthy Ageing with Dietician Josh Percival from Athrú Dietetics @11am & 2pm
Also our digital skills tutors will be on hand for the day if you have any questions or queries about our programme
Free One-to-One Digital Skills. September dates are: Friday 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th
Tuesday 12th, 19th and 26th
Learn how to use your own smartphone, tablet, laptop etc.,.
Booking is essential. Call on 071 9631360 or email on email@example.com