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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
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 All Masses continue 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. St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 10th April 6.30pm Vigil Tuesday 13th April 10.00am Wednesday 14th April 10.00am Thursday 15th April 10.00am Saturday 17th April 6.30pm Vigil. St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 11th April 11.00am Friday 16th April 7.30pm Anniv: John & Bridie Kelly, Dundonagh. Also Patricia & Anthony Gilroy. Anniv: Anita & Malachy Skeath, Cornacrieve. Sunday 18th April 11.00am Prayers of the faithful We pray for all who serve God’s people, that, led by Pope Francis, they may preach the risen Christ with renewed hope. Lord, hear us. We pray for all who have been reborn through Baptism. May they receive joy in the presence of the risen Christ. Lord, hear us. We pray that like the early Christians, God’s people today may be united in heart & soul, and may learn to share their gifts with one another. Lord, hear us. We pray for those who are sick. May they experience the presence of the Divine Mercy of healing, peace, hope and consolation. Lord, hear us We pray for all who have died. May they share in the promise of eternal life as they unite with the communion of saints in heaven. Lord, hear us. Lord, deepen our faith in your risen Son. May we welcome your promise of salvation in answer to these prayers. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen. Recently deceased: Peggy McMahon, Killycooley Baby Brian John McCaffrey, Golan. Act of Perfect Contrition My God, I am sorry for my sins with all my heart. In choosing to do wrong and failing to do good, I have sinned against You whom I should love above all things. I firmly intend, with Your help, to do penance, to sin no more, and to avoid whatever leads me to sin. Our Saviour Jesus Christ, suffered and died for us. In His name,my God, have mercy. Amen. Deacon Martin Donnelly, St. Michael’s Parish, Enniskillen launches Lakeland Lockdown Reflections – a book for meditation and prayer. The year 2020 will be remembered by many as the year of ‘lockdown’ to counter the spread of COVID-19. Lakeland Lockdown Reflections illustrates how to find and communicate with God in a strange time of anxiety and uncertainty. The reader will encounter how God spoke to the author through his Word and the beauty of creation, in the lakeland county of Fermanagh. These reflections by Deacon Martin Donnelly and images of quiet places so beautifully photographed by Fr Brendan McManus SJ, illustrate how the beauty of the environment provides stimuli for silent prayer. The words challenge the reader to reflect upon experiences of God in everyday life and to see God in the little things we often take for granted. In addition to being a pleasurable read, it is also a useful resource for meditation and prayer. The images enable the reader to look at the ‘ordinary’ with new eyes. The reflections warm the heart and open it to wonder and awe of God’s presence. What is unique about this book is that Rev. Martin brings his experience of being a Deacon to bear in these reflections he wrote during Lockdown 2020. Being a married deacon is a new ministry in the Irish Church and we get to see his formation, his prayer and his work expressed in these pages. In some ways it represents a bridge between clergy and lay people, Martin has a foot in both camps and we get the benefits of both: the experience of married life, grandparenting and its demands, along with the commitment to prayer, liturgy and making the Scriptures talk to our lives. Lakeland Lockdown Reflections is published by Shanway Press, Belfast, and can be purchased via Lakeland Lockdown Reflections Shanway Press or through the Parish office at St Michael’s, Enniskillen, telephone 048 66322075 (ext. 3), or email parishcentre@st-michaels.net .  Trócaire Lenten Campaign 2021 If you intend making a donation to Trócaire this year, we would ask you to take note of the following: We would appreciate coins exchanged to notes. Donate early as Trócaire urgently need our donations. Use your PINK ENVELOPE which is in your box of weekly offertory envelopes 2021. If paying by CHEQUE, you must make your cheque payable to Donagh Parish. If paying electronically, follow the normal steps and type “Trócaire” in the message box. Thank you. Weekly Offertory: Option 1) You can drop your envelope through the letterbox in the parish office. Option 2) Contribute electronically to your parish. If you go to https://www.clogherdiocese.ie/ , will find a yellow box with Donate written on it. Follow the steps…..when entering your name, please also include your envelope number (beside your name) to ensure smooth allocation of donations. Any queries, please call 047 87221. Thank you. St Vincent de Paul: Many thanks to those who continue to support SVdP. If you wish to make a donation to support local families, please place it in a sealed envelope marked “St Vincent de Paul” and drop in the letterbox at Parish Office. Thank you.
Bishop’s letter HERE
Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
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 All Masses continue 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. St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 10th April 6.30pm Vigil Tuesday 13th April 10.00am Wednesday 14th April 10.00am Thursday 15th April 10.00am Saturday 17th April 6.30pm Vigil. St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 11th April 11.00am Friday 16th April 7.30pm Anniv: John & Bridie Kelly, Dundonagh. Also Patricia & Anthony Gilroy. Anniv: Anita & Malachy Skeath, Cornacrieve. Sunday 18th April 11.00am Prayers of the faithful We pray for all who serve God’s people, that, led by Pope Francis, they may preach the risen Christ with renewed hope. Lord, hear us. We pray for all who have been reborn through Baptism. May they receive joy in the presence of the risen Christ. Lord, hear us. We pray that like the early Christians, God’s people today may be united in heart & soul, and may learn to share their gifts with one another. Lord, hear us. We pray for those who are sick. May they experience the presence of the Divine Mercy of healing, peace, hope and consolation. Lord, hear us We pray for all who have died. May they share in the promise of eternal life as they unite with the communion of saints in heaven. Lord, hear us. Lord, deepen our faith in your risen Son. May we welcome your promise of salvation in answer to these prayers. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen. Recently deceased: Peggy McMahon, Killycooley Baby Brian John McCaffrey, Golan. Act of Perfect Contrition My God, I am sorry for my sins with all my heart. In choosing to do wrong and failing to do good, I have sinned against You whom I should love above all things. I firmly intend, with Your help, to do penance, to sin no more, and to avoid whatever leads me to sin. Our Saviour Jesus Christ, suffered and died for us. In His name,my God, have mercy. Amen. Deacon Martin Donnelly, St. Michael’s Parish, Enniskillen launches Lakeland Lockdown Reflections – a book for meditation and prayer. The year 2020 will be remembered by many as the year of ‘lockdown’ to counter the spread of COVID-19. Lakeland Lockdown Reflections illustrates how to find and communicate with God in a strange time of anxiety and uncertainty. The reader will encounter how God spoke to the author through his Word and the beauty of creation, in the lakeland county of Fermanagh. These reflections by Deacon Martin Donnelly and images of quiet places so beautifully photographed by Fr Brendan McManus SJ, illustrate how the beauty of the environment provides stimuli for silent prayer. The words challenge the reader to reflect upon experiences of God in everyday life and to see God in the little things we often take for granted. In addition to being a pleasurable read, it is also a useful resource for meditation and prayer. The images enable the reader to look at the ‘ordinary’ with new eyes. The reflections warm the heart and open it to wonder and awe of God’s presence. What is unique about this book is that Rev. Martin brings his experience of being a Deacon to bear in these reflections he wrote during Lockdown 2020. Being a married deacon is a new ministry in the Irish Church and we get to see his formation, his prayer and his work expressed in these pages. In some ways it represents a bridge between clergy and lay people, Martin has a foot in both camps and we get the benefits of both: the experience of married life, grandparenting and its demands, along with the commitment to prayer, liturgy and making the Scriptures talk to our lives. Lakeland Lockdown Reflections is published by Shanway Press, Belfast, and can be purchased via Lakeland Lockdown Reflections Shanway Press or through the Parish office at St Michael’s, Enniskillen, telephone 048 66322075 (ext. 3), or email parishcentre@st-michaels.net .  Trócaire Lenten Campaign 2021 If you intend making a donation to Trócaire this year, we would ask you to take note of the following: We would appreciate coins exchanged to notes. Donate early as Trócaire urgently need our donations. Use your PINK ENVELOPE which is in your box of weekly offertory envelopes 2021. If paying by CHEQUE, you must make your cheque payable to Donagh Parish. If paying electronically, follow the normal steps and type “Trócaire” in the message box. Thank you. Weekly Offertory: Option 1) You can drop your envelope through the letterbox in the parish office. Option 2) Contribute electronically to your parish. If you go to https://www.clogherdiocese.ie/ , will find a yellow box with Donate written on it. Follow the steps…..when entering your name, please also include your envelope number (beside your name) to ensure smooth allocation of donations. Any queries, please call 047 87221. Thank you. St Vincent de Paul: Many thanks to those who continue to support SVdP. If you wish to make a donation to support local families, please place it in a sealed envelope marked “St Vincent de Paul” and drop in the letterbox at Parish Office. Thank you.
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