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  • Concelebrating clergy and Altar Servers. Clergy L to R Fr Frank Mc Manus PP, Monsignor Joseph McGuinness, Diocesan Administrator and Fr Joe Mc Veigh
  • John McKervey presents Fr Frank McManus PP with the spade that was used to turn the first sod in 1954. John's late father, James donated the land upon which the Church was built.
  • Prayers of the Faithful
  • Members of the choir conducted by Nick Young. Soloist Lucy Monaghan.
  • Sixtieth Anniversary Mass. L to R Fr Frank Mc Manus PP, Monsignor Joseph Mc Guinness, Diocesan Administrator, and Fr Joe Mc Veigh
  • Monsignor Mc Guinness delivers the homily.
  • The large congregation attending the Sixtieth Anniversary Mass
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  • Parishoners enjoying tea after the Sixtieth Anniversary Mass
Concelebrating clergy and Altar Servers. Clergy L to R Fr Frank Mc Manus PP, Monsignor Joseph McGuinness, Diocesan Administrator and Fr Joe Mc Veigh1 John McKervey presents Fr Frank McManus PP with the spade that was used to turn the first sod in 1954. John's late father, James donated the land upon which the Church was built.2 Prayers of the Faithful3 Members of the choir conducted by Nick Young. Soloist Lucy Monaghan. 4 Sixtieth Anniversary Mass. L to R Fr Frank Mc Manus PP, Monsignor Joseph Mc Guinness, Diocesan Administrator, and Fr Joe Mc Veigh5 Monsignor Mc Guinness delivers the homily. 6 The large congregation attending the Sixtieth Anniversary Mass7 Monsignor Mc Guinness cuts the Sixtieth Anniversary Cake. Also in the picture, Fr Frank Mc Manus PP8 Parishoners enjoying tea after the Sixtieth Anniversary Mass9
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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. 

 

 


Click here to view the readings for each day

Click here to view the Sunday readings

 

 



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

E-mail: culmaine@gmail.com  

Parish Office: new Tel No 028 68629062. In as far as it is possible the office will be open from 10.30am - 1.00pm most weekday mornings. 

 

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

17th February 2019

Masses for the Week

Saturday 16th   

7.30pm

Pettigo 

 

Sunday 17th  

 

9.30am

 

 

11am

Montiagh

 

 

Ederney

 

 

 

John Colreavy & his parents Paddy & Rose

Michael McAroe

Monday 18th

7.30pm

Ederney

 

Tuesday 19th

10am

Ederney

 

 

Wednesday 20th  

10am

Ederney

 

 

Saturday 23rd

7.30pm

 

Pettigo

 

 

Sunday 24th  

11am

Ederney

Catherine Kenny, Largy, Lack

 

 

 Please Note: No 9.30am Mass in Montiagh on Sunday 24th February.


Deceased: John McElhill, Drumduff. May he 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.


Fr. Frank McManus will not be available from Wednesday afternoon. Please contact Fr La Flynn in Pettigo on 0035371-9861666 or 0035371-9861200 / Fr Kevin Duffy in Irvinestown on 028 686 21856.

 

 

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THE CREST AND MOTTO OF OUR NEW BISHOP

 

The crest of our new bishop has three sections and three background colours. The white and black are a reference to Fr Larry’s native parish of Magheracloone while the blue denotes his association with and love of his native Monaghan. The Masai shield and the two crossed spears represent his strong links with the Diocese of Kitui in Kenya. The rowan berries and leaves are a tribute to St Macartan, the first Bishop of Clogher. The bottom part of the shield shows an image of three stained-glass windows, representing the beauty of God’s light, shining through the saints.

 

The new bishop’s chosen motto is displayed below the shield - “God is Love”. This is taken from the First Letter of St John (I John 4:16), which reads: ‘God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him.’

 

These words – God is Love – express the heart of our Christian faith. They joyfully proclaim the Christian image of God: a loving God, active in our world. Love is the fundamental dimension of God’s relationship with us and of our lives as Christians.

 


 

 



St Vincent de Paul; helpline is 077 388 38 108.  





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Review of Safeguarding Practice in Clogher Diocese

 

 

Photography by Gerry Gallagher

Culmaine Parish Committee 2018