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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Sunday 20.12.20 Parish Office on 047- 87221, Email: donaghparishoffice@gmail.com For all enquiries contact Parish Office on 047- 87221 , Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9.15am - 2.15pm Email: donaghparishoffice@gmail.com Fr Hubert Martin 087 965 8829 St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number - 1800 677 777 Current restrictions state that all Masses will be available via online only. Web-cam’s will stream all masses from St. Mary’s, Glennan and St. Patrick’s, Corracrin. See https://www.mcnmedia.tv/ or emyvale.net St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 16th Jan 6.30pm Tuesday 19th Jan 10.00am Wednesday 20th Jan 10.00am Thursday 21st Jan 10.00am Saturday 23rd Jan 10.00am Months Memory: Michael McGlade, Donagh. Saturday 23rd Jan 6.30pm St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 17th Jan 11.00am Friday 22nd Jan 7.30pm Anniv: Mary Catherine Woods, Drumully. Anniv: Johnny Cassidy, Cloncaw. Anniv: Jimmy McKenna, Golan & dec’d members of McKenna family, Cloughfin. Also Patrick & Catherine McElmeel and John McCabe, Golan. Sunday 24th Jan 11.00am Prayers of the faithful We pray that our church may keep listening to the prophets among us, for the Spirit speaks through them. Lord, hear us. That in the silence of the voiceless, God’s people may hear the voice of the Lord crying out for justice and compassion. Lord, hear us. For those who have heard the special call of Jesus, “Come follow me”, that they may remain faithful to their vocation. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for those who are sick, lonely, discouraged or oppressed that they may be conscious that God’s work is being accomplished in the circumstances of their lives. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for all those who have died in the hope of resurrection, especially those dear to us, that the Lord will welcome them into his presence. Lord, hear us. Recently deceased: Brigid McNaughton, Creighans. Maura McKenna, Emy. Brendan McKenna, Glaslough. Jimmy Connolly, Clones. James Watters, Clontibret. Mary Lynch, Belgium Square. Sr Frances Faul. New Covid19 restrictions - January 2021 All Masses will be via online only. Churches remain open for private prayer, with sanitising measures in place. Weddings: The numbers are restricted to 6, including the celebrant. Funerals: The numbers in attendance at a funeral is restricted to 10. This also applies to committals and burials. Act of Spiritual Communion Prayer: My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. I love you above all things, and I desire to receive you into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace you as if you were already there and unite myself wholly to you. Never permit me to be separated from you. Amen. WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY – begins tomorrow (18th) and lasts until 25th January. The theme this year is “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit”, based on John 15:1-17. The resources for this year have been provided by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland. The Covid-19 pandemic has limited our options for marking this week but we are encouraged to pray together in our homes and, if possible, via online means. For prayer and other resources visit Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 - Irish Council of Churches and Irish Inter Church Meeting (irishchurches.org) Purple Scapular of Blessing and Protection can be obtained from Leallet Missel (https://www.leafletonline.com/) Cross of Forgiveness can be obtained from (http://www.stmichaelstore.com/index.html) Both these two wonderful sacramentals can also be obtained form Queen of Peace Media (https://queenofpeacemedia.com/product/purple-scapular-of-blessing-and-protection/) and (https://queenofpeacemedia.com/product/cross-of-forgiveness/)where you will find useful information  and testimonies of conversions and information for our times.  The Scapular can be place in our homes, Churches etc. after being blessed by a priest. Monaghan Co Council Community Call – If you need practical support or someone to talk to, we are here. We can help with deliveries of food, medication, fuel etc; signposting for practical and reliable information and just being there as someone to keep in touch with. Call 1800 804 158 or text HELP followed by your name to 50555. Email: covidsupport@monaghancoco..ie
Bishop’s letter HERE
Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Sunday 20.12.20 Parish Office on 047- 87221, Email: donaghparishoffice@gmail.com For all enquiries contact Parish Office on 047- 87221 , Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9.15am - 2.15pm Email: donaghparishoffice@gmail.com Fr Hubert Martin 087 965 8829 St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number - 1800 677 777 Current restrictions state that all Masses will be available via online only. Web-cam’s will stream all masses from St. Mary’s, Glennan and St. Patrick’s, Corracrin. See https://www.mcnmedia.tv/ or emyvale.net St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 16th Jan 6.30pm Tuesday 19th Jan 10.00am Wednesday 20th Jan 10.00am Thursday 21st Jan 10.00am Saturday 23rd Jan 10.00am Months Memory: Michael McGlade, Donagh. Saturday 23rd Jan 6.30pm St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 17th Jan 11.00am Friday 22nd Jan 7.30pm Anniv: Mary Catherine Woods, Drumully. Anniv: Johnny Cassidy, Cloncaw. Anniv: Jimmy McKenna, Golan & dec’d members of McKenna family, Cloughfin. Also Patrick & Catherine McElmeel and John McCabe, Golan. Sunday 24th Jan 11.00am Prayers of the faithful We pray that our church may keep listening to the prophets among us, for the Spirit speaks through them. Lord, hear us. That in the silence of the voiceless, God’s people may hear the voice of the Lord crying out for justice and compassion. Lord, hear us. For those who have heard the special call of Jesus, “Come follow me”, that they may remain faithful to their vocation. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for those who are sick, lonely, discouraged or oppressed that they may be conscious that God’s work is being accomplished in the circumstances of their lives. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for all those who have died in the hope of resurrection, especially those dear to us, that the Lord will welcome them into his presence. Lord, hear us. Recently deceased: Brigid McNaughton, Creighans. Maura McKenna, Emy. Brendan McKenna, Glaslough. Jimmy Connolly, Clones. James Watters, Clontibret. Mary Lynch, Belgium Square. Sr Frances Faul. New Covid19 restrictions - January 2021 All Masses will be via online only. Churches remain open for private prayer, with sanitising measures in place. Weddings: The numbers are restricted to 6, including the celebrant. Funerals: The numbers in attendance at a funeral is restricted to 10. This also applies to committals and burials. Act of Spiritual Communion Prayer: My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Blessed Sacrament. I love you above all things, and I desire to receive you into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace you as if you were already there and unite myself wholly to you. Never permit me to be separated from you. Amen. WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY – begins tomorrow (18th) and lasts until 25th January. The theme this year is “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit”, based on John 15:1-17. The resources for this year have been provided by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland. The Covid-19 pandemic has limited our options for marking this week but we are encouraged to pray together in our homes and, if possible, via online means. For prayer and other resources visit Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021 - Irish Council of Churches and Irish Inter Church Meeting (irishchurches.org) Purple Scapular of Blessing and Protection can be obtained from Leallet Missel (https://www.leafletonline.com/) Cross of Forgiveness can be obtained from (http://www.stmichaelstore.com/index.html) Both these two wonderful sacramentals can also be obtained form Queen of Peace Media (https://queenofpeacemedia.com/product/purple-scapular-of- blessing-and-protection/) and (https://queenofpeacemedia.com/product/cross-of- forgiveness/)where you will find useful information  and testimonies of conversions and information for our times.  The Scapular can be place in our homes, Churches etc. after being blessed by a priest. Monaghan Co Council Community Call – If you need practical support or someone to talk to, we are here. We can help with deliveries of food, medication, fuel etc; signposting for practical and reliable information and just being there as someone to keep in touch with. Call 1800 804 158 or text HELP followed by your name to 50555. Email: covidsupport@monaghancoco..ie
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