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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Parish Office Sunday 31.07.2022 Parish Office closed from Monday 1st Aug. Reopens Monday 15th Aug at 9am. Fr Hubert Martin 087 965 8829 St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number - 1800 677 777 St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 30th July 6.30pm Vigil Monday 1st August 7.30pm First Anniv: Seamus Hughes, Glencove Manor, Monaghan. Anniv: Mick Hughes, Killyraine. Anniv: Felix & Lucy McKenna, Lisgoagh, also John McKenna, Sillis. Tuesday 2nd Aug 10.00am Wednesday 3rd Aug 10.00am Thursday 4th Aug 10.00am Saturday 6th Aug 6.30pm Vigil St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 31st July 11.00am Friday 5th Aug 7.30pm Anniv: Enda Watterson, Derrygasson. Dessie McMahon, Emy. Mary McKenna, Derrygasson. Anniv: Frank & Noala McKenna, Mullabrackscott. Saturday 6th Aug 10.00am Months Memory: John Treanor, Toneyfinnegan. Sunday 7th Aug 11.00am Donagh Oratory: Monday 1st Aug 10.00am Eucharistic Adoration Each Tuesday from 5pm-8pm in Donagh Oratory. Annual blessing of the graves: Sat 13th August after 6.30pm Vigil in Drumbanagher/St. Mary’s. Sun 14th August after 11am in Corracrin. Prayers of the faithful Celebrant: God our Father, we bring our prayers and petitions before you with trust and confidence knowing that you do all for our good. Let us pray that the Church may faithfully proclaim the treasures of the Gospel and that all who listen may draw closer to God. Lord, hear us. Let us pray that the nations may work together in peace and justice for the good of all whom they serve, especially the poor and marginalized. Lord, hear us. Let us pray that we may not allow possessions to possess us but that we may find our real treasure and fulfilment in doing God’s will. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for those on holiday that they may find rest and relaxation and return home refreshed and renewed. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for the sick and suffering that they may have healing and draw comfort from the care of those around them. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for those who have died that they may be welcomed into the heavenly kingdom by Mary and all the saints. Lord, hear us. Celebrant: Ever faithful God, hear our prayers and grant success to the work of our hands. Help us to hold fast to what is of lasting value. Through your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen. Recently deceased: Eugene (Genie) McCarron, Chicago & formerly Clarna. Una Carville, Middletown. Clare Culnane, daughter of May Savage, late of Tully.= Diocesan Day on Lough Derg on Saturday 20 August 2022. Parishioners and their friends from across the diocese are invited to take part in this 1-day pilgrimage. There will be a free bus (courtesy of Truagh Parish) on this date and anyone wishing to avail of a place should contact Truagh Parish Office - 047 87152 or Margaret on 047 87353. Lough Derg Three Day Pilgrimage continues until 15th August (Sat 13th Aug is final day to begin the Pilgrimage). Admission €80 | Booking advised | Concessions available for students, seniors and groups. All booking info, including organised parish groups available at www.loughderg.org, email info@loughderg.org or telephone 071 9861518. Clogher Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock Wednesday 24th August led by Bishop Larry Duffy. Pilgrims are asked to be in Knock by 11am. 12noon - A penitential Service. The Holy Rosary - (after a period of Private Prayer and Refreshments). 3pm - Mass with anointing of the sick in Basilica followed by Benediction and Procession. Peer-support group meeting for family members impacted by a loved one's addiction behaviour in the IONTAS Centre Monaghan. Contact info.fasn@gmail or call 042 9355251/087 9046405 for information or to join. Benburb Priory will host a day conference on The Meaning Crisis (rise in suicides, depression, and more) and the Christian way today. The conference will feature leading Christian thinkers, including Paul Kingsnorth, Paul Vander Klay, and Fr Calvin Robinson. This event will take place on Friday 2nd September. Tickets are available at Benburbpriory.com now. All are welcome. Seeing your life through the lens of the Gospel. “One’s life does not consist in the abundance of possessions”, said Jesus. What have you found by experience to be more important in life than possessions? What brought this home to you? “Be on your guard against all kinds of greed”. Perhaps you have seen how greed can lead to trouble in public life, in family life, and in the personal life of individuals. What has helped you to guard against greed? What benefits have you experienced when you were less greedy? The message of the parable could be summed up in saying “If you want to give God a laugh, tell him your plans”. Life takes many twists and turns we do not anticipate. When have you found that you had to change your plans because of unexpected circumstances? What has helped you to be flexible and resourceful at such times? Road safety: With the August long weekend upon us, Bishop Fintan Monahan, Bishop of Killaloe, has joined with the Road Safety Authority, and An Garda Síochána, to call on road users to “Summer Safely” as the peak holiday season begins. Bishop Monahan will offer 10.00am Mass for the protection of all road users from the summit of Croagh Patrick this Reek Sunday in Co Mayo. A contemporary road safety prayer Holy Mother, hear our prayer, keep us in your loving care, whatever the perils of the way, let us not add to them this day. So to our caution and attention, we add a prayer for your protection, to beg God’s blessing on this car, to travel safely near and far. Amen. Donagh Community Employment Scheme has various job vacancies available in the Donagh area. Please contact Denis or Louise on 047 86555.
Bishop’s letter HERE
Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Parish Office Sunday 31.07.2022 Parish Office closed from Monday 1st Aug. Reopens Monday 15th Aug at 9am. Fr Hubert Martin 087 965 8829 St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number - 1800 677 777 St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 30th July 6.30pm Vigil Monday 1st August 7.30pm First Anniv: Seamus Hughes, Glencove Manor, Monaghan. Anniv: Mick Hughes, Killyraine. Anniv: Felix & Lucy McKenna, Lisgoagh, also John McKenna, Sillis. Tuesday 2nd Aug 10.00am Wednesday 3rd Aug 10.00am Thursday 4th Aug 10.00am Saturday 6th Aug 6.30pm Vigil St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 31st July 11.00am Friday 5th Aug 7.30pm Anniv: Enda Watterson, Derrygasson. Dessie McMahon, Emy. Mary McKenna, Derrygasson. Anniv: Frank & Noala McKenna, Mullabrackscott. Saturday 6th Aug 10.00am Months Memory: John Treanor, Toneyfinnegan. Sunday 7th Aug 11.00am Donagh Oratory: Monday 1st Aug 10.00am Eucharistic Adoration Each Tuesday from 5pm-8pm in Donagh Oratory. Annual blessing of the graves: Sat 13th August after 6.30pm Vigil in Drumbanagher/St. Mary’s. Sun 14th August after 11am in Corracrin. Prayers of the faithful Celebrant: God our Father, we bring our prayers and petitions before you with trust and confidence knowing that you do all for our good. Let us pray that the Church may faithfully proclaim the treasures of the Gospel and that all who listen may draw closer to God. Lord, hear us. Let us pray that the nations may work together in peace and justice for the good of all whom they serve, especially the poor and marginalized. Lord, hear us. Let us pray that we may not allow possessions to possess us but that we may find our real treasure and fulfilment in doing God’s will. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for those on holiday that they may find rest and relaxation and return home refreshed and renewed. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for the sick and suffering that they may have healing and draw comfort from the care of those around them. Lord, hear us. Let us pray for those who have died that they may be welcomed into the heavenly kingdom by Mary and all the saints. Lord, hear us. Celebrant: Ever faithful God, hear our prayers and grant success to the work of our hands. Help us to hold fast to what is of lasting value. Through your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, God forever and ever. Amen. Recently deceased: Eugene (Genie) McCarron, Chicago & formerly Clarna. Una Carville, Middletown. Clare Culnane, daughter of May Savage, late of Tully.= Diocesan Day on Lough Derg on Saturday 20 August 2022. Parishioners and their friends from across the diocese are invited to take part in this 1-day pilgrimage. There will be a free bus (courtesy of Truagh Parish) on this date and anyone wishing to avail of a place should contact Truagh Parish Office - 047 87152 or Margaret on 047 87353. Lough Derg Three Day Pilgrimage continues until 15th August (Sat 13th Aug is final day to begin the Pilgrimage). Admission €80 | Booking advised | Concessions available for students, seniors and groups. All booking info, including organised parish groups available at www.loughderg.org, email info@loughderg.org or telephone 071 9861518. Clogher Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock Wednesday 24th August led by Bishop Larry Duffy. Pilgrims are asked to be in Knock by 11am. 12noon - A penitential Service. The Holy Rosary - (after a period of Private Prayer and Refreshments). 3pm - Mass with anointing of the sick in Basilica followed by Benediction and Procession. Peer-support group meeting for family members impacted by a loved one's addiction behaviour in the IONTAS Centre Monaghan. Contact info.fasn@gmail or call 042 9355251/087 9046405 for information or to join. Benburb Priory will host a day conference on The Meaning Crisis (rise in suicides, depression, and more) and the Christian way today. The conference will feature leading Christian thinkers, including Paul Kingsnorth, Paul Vander Klay, and Fr Calvin Robinson. This event will take place on Friday 2nd September. Tickets are available at Benburbpriory.com now. All are welcome. Seeing your life through the lens of the Gospel. “One’s life does not consist in the abundance of possessions”, said Jesus. What have you found by experience to be more important in life than possessions? What brought this home to you? “Be on your guard against all kinds of greed”. Perhaps you have seen how greed can lead to trouble in public life, in family life, and in the personal life of individuals. What has helped you to guard against greed? What benefits have you experienced when you were less greedy? The message of the parable could be summed up in saying “If you want to give God a laugh, tell him your plans”. Life takes many twists and turns we do not anticipate. When have you found that you had to change your plans because of unexpected circumstances? What has helped you to be flexible and resourceful at such times? Road safety: With the August long weekend upon us, Bishop Fintan Monahan, Bishop of Killaloe, has joined with the Road Safety Authority, and An Garda Síochána, to call on road users to “Summer Safely” as the peak holiday season begins. Bishop Monahan will offer 10.00am Mass for the protection of all road users from the summit of Croagh Patrick this Reek Sunday in Co Mayo. A contemporary road safety prayer Holy Mother, hear our prayer, keep us in your loving care, whatever the perils of the way, let us not add to them this day. So to our caution and attention, we add a prayer for your protection, to beg God’s blessing on this car, to travel safely near and far. Amen. Donagh Community Employment Scheme has various job vacancies available in the Donagh area. Please contact Denis or Louise on 047 86555.
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