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A warm welcome to the Culmaine Parish Website. The Parish consists of 450 Catholic homes and lies in the north of County Fermanagh and the Diocese of Clogher.

Thank you for visiting the site.

We hope that you find it both informative and useful. 

 

Fr. Frank McManus P.P.  Tel: 028 686 31315

E-mail: culmaine@gmail.com       

Parish Office: new Tel No 028 686 29062. 

Office hours: Wednesday 10:30am - 1pm & Friday 10:30am - 1pm

Parish Office not open Wednesday 13th November 2019.

 

Fr. McManus will not be available during the coming week. Please contact: 

Fr La Flynn in Pettigo on 0035371-9861666 or 0035371-9861200 

Fr Kevin Duffy in Irvinestown on 028 686 21856.

 

Click here to view the readings for each day

Click here to view the Sunday readings

         

Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Sunday 10th November 2019.

                                

                             

 Masses for the Week

 

Saturday 9th  

7.30pm

Pettigo

 

Vigil

 

Sunday 10th

 

9.30am

 

 

 

 

11am

Montiagh

 

 

 

 

Ederney

Terence Doonan (Month’s Mind).

Vincent Gillen, Toronto (Memorial Mass)

 

For Deceased

Monday 11th   

 

7.30pm

 

Ederney

 

 

Deceased members of the Legion of Mary

 

Thursday14th

7.30pm

Ederney

 

Service of the Word and Communion

 

Friday 15th

7.30pm

Ederney

 

Patsy Cassidy

Bernadette Cassidy

Saturday16th  

7.30pm

Pettigo

 

Vigil

 

Sunday 17th

 

9.30am

 

 

 

 

11am

Lettercran

 

 

 

Ederney

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Fry, Boa Island

 

Deceased:

Micky McGrath, Leathem Crescent;

Isidore Kelly, Trillick (brother of Marie Lilley).

May they rest in Peace.

 

Baptisms: Dates and times for Baptisms are Pettigo 2nd Saturday of each month at 6.00pm and Ederney 4th Sunday of each month at 12 noon.

 

 

 

When booking an Anniversary or Month’s Memory Mass please write the name of the person(s) and/or family into the Diary on the Altar Rail.

Please write the name(s) clearly and distinctly and write in a contact number if there are any problems in relation to the Mass.

 

November: A Month of Remembrance:

During the month of November we remember our dead.

 

November Lists are available at all exits of both our Churches.

Lists will be taken from the envelopes and placed on the Altar during Masses in November. Specific Masses will be offered for the dead and these will be indicated in the Mass schedule in the Parish Newsletter.

 

 

 

Altar Servers- Welcome to:

Sunday 10th Nov – 9.30am (Montiagh)

Rory McMenamin, Sarah Monaghan, Saoirse McMenamin & Sarah McMenamin.

 

Sunday 10th Nov- 11am- (St Macartan’s Team)

Kate McAndrews, Jania Shaw, Lily McDonagh & Cora McGrath.

 

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 In light of the media coverage and public commentary concerning mindfulness, for your information please see the linked file A Reflection on Mindfulness rediscovering Christian Tradition of Meditation and Contemplation, published last year by the Council for Catechetics (approved by the Summer 2018 General Meeting of the Bishops’ Conference), and which also offers guidelines for mindfulness and meditation in schools.

 

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Pope establishes Sunday of the Word of God

 

Pope Francis has (on the Feast of St Jerome) established that the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time is to be marked as Sunday of the Word of God. An Apostolic Letter to this effect, issued motu proprio (by the Pope himself) and entitled 'Aperuit illis', was published in Rome earlier today. 

Pope Francis asks that we, as local communities, 'mark this Sunday with a certain solemnity'. He highlights the link between the Word of God and the sacraments, the emphasis placed on Scripture by Vatican II, the importance of study of Sacred Scripture, as well as the ecumenical value of such a Sunday (coming in or around the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity) as being among the considerations that prompted him to take this worthy initiative. 

Even the title of the document points to the action of Christ in opening our minds to the Word of God. There may be some opportunities for parishes to explore options in this regard. 

Sunday of the Word of God in 2020 will fall on Sunday 26 January - the day after the end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. 

 

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Review of Safeguarding Practice in Clogher Diocese

 

   

Photography by Gerry Gallagher

Culmaine Parish Committee 2019