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The Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)


Sunday 23rd June 2019.


Masses for the Week








The Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi).  








People of the Parish


Tony McKervey (Belfast)


Eileen Scallon (Boa Island)


Mary & Brian Teague and deceased members of the Teague family (Largy)





The Nativity of John the Baptist















Service of the Word & Communion





The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus



















Month’s Mind; Eleanor Loughran (formerly Keown of Portinode)


1st Anniversary; Eileen McGrath (Grove Park)


Deceased: Mai Reid, (née Maguire) Belfast and formerly Ederney; Mary Simpson (née Gormley) Pomeroy; Unagh Gallogly (née McCann) Drumquin. 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.




Weddings: Congratulations to Angela Corry and David Loughran who got married last weekend in St Joseph’s.

Couples can arrange their weddings by contacting Fr McManus. Couples booking weddings in the future please be aware that weddings will not be taking place before 1pm. This is to cover the possibility of having a funeral on the same day.

It does not apply to couples who already have arranged a time for their wedding.





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.



Live Streaming: We welcome all who will be joining us online. You can tune in online by visiting the parish website, and click on Livestreaming


Blessing of Graves:

Irvinestown - Sunday 30th June after 11am Mass.


Lettercran - Friday 5th July at 7.30pm.


Bannagh - Friday 12th July at 7.30pm


Edenclaw - Sunday 14th July at 12 noon.  


Montiagh -Sunday 28th July at 2.30pm


Pettigo - Sunday 4th August at 3pm.



40 Hours Adoration:

Sunday 23rd until Wednesday 26th June - Body and Blood of Christ:

Thanks to all providing hourly 'cover'.


Sunday: 2pm to 10pm;


Monday: 9am to 9pm;


Tuesday: 11am to 9pm;


Wednesday: 11am to 9pm.


No weekly Adoration on Thursday 27th June. All are encouraged to 'drop in' at any time during the period to be with Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar. 


Adoration in Montiagh: Tuesday Evening's Adoration will finish for the Summer on 25th June. It will resume in September.

The Tuesday morning Adoration from 11am to 12noon will continue as usual. 




The Holy Rosary is said in the Church: Thursday and Friday at 6-30pm and Saturday at 4-45pm. Everyone most welcome.



The Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is on Friday 28th June. The Novena prayer will be said in the Church after evening Rosary.


The Divine Mercy Chaplet is said at the Divine Mercy Shrine in St. Joseph’s Church after evening Rosary. Everyone Welcome.



Ordination to Priesthood: of Deacon Kevin Connolly

in St Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan, next Sunday, 30th June

at 3pm. All are welcome to attend and participate in the ordination liturgy. We are all asked to pray for Deacon Kevin as he prepares for ordination; and to pray also for vocations in our diocese.



Golden Jubilee of Bishop MacDaid’s Ordination: On Sunday 14th July 2019, Bishop Liam MacDaid will mark the 50th anniversary of his ordination as a priest with a special Mass of Thanksgiving at 4pm in St Macartan’s Cathedral, Monaghan.

All are welcome to attend and participate in the Mass and everyone is invited to refreshments afterwards at the Hillgrove Hotel.



Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes: Pre-Pilgrimage Information nights for pilgrims, including the distribution of tickets and information on buses etc, will take place on this Monday 24th June in St Ronan's Centre, Lisnaskea at 8pm and on this Tuesday 25th June in the Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan, at 8pm. The pilgrimage takes place 5th -10th July, led by Bishop Larry Duffy.



Lough Derg Three Day Pilgrimage continues until the 13th August 2019.


Stormont Rosary for Life:  Please join us in praying the Rosary for the protection of Northern Ireland’s pro-life laws at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, (meeting at main gate entrance on Upper Newtownards Road) at 2.30pm on Saturday 29th June. For more information contact Rosary Crusade for Ireland on 028 9027 8484 or



Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support & Cancer Connect on Saturday 6th July starting at 10am to 12.30pm in St Joseph’s GFC Club rooms, Ederney. Join us for tea/coffee, homemade baking, friendly chat & informative talk. Free Entry. Donations Welcome. Raffle Prizes. For more information contact Ursula McFarland and Briege McDonagh.


Open Door: Every Thursday in the Town Hall at 11am. Everyone welcome.



All-Ireland Pro-Life Rally will be held in Dublin on Saturday 6th July 2019. Coaches will be travelling to the Rally from towns across Northern Ireland.

For further details please contact the Rally for Life Committee on 02890278484 or click on




Camp don Óige: a great summer camp opportunity for young people aged 12-14. July 23rd – 25th at Todd’s Leap, Ballygawley. Due to a generous donation, now only £145 for three days of adventurous outdoor activities, with times of prayer and reflection, the celebration of Mass – a great way to spend some of the summer!! Places are limited, more information and booking forms can be found at



Adult Education: Researchers at the Mater Dei Centre for Catholic Education (MDCCE) at Dublin City University are embarking on an exciting three-year

project which will aim to explore the nature, scope and potential of religious education and faith development for adults in Ireland.  The researchers are

inviting all adults in Ireland to complete an online survey that will help them understand what Irish adults think and feel about religious education and how

we might best develop this in the future.  The survey can be accessed at and is open until 30th June 2019.  For more, contact



Pilates: New 6 week course of Pilates Monday 7pm, Thursday 8.15pm and Saturday 9.15am. Price £40 for 6 classes £70 for 12 classes. Contact Naomh for information or to book in on 07752501576.




Slimming World:  Come along to Mahons Hotel Irvinestown on Tuesdays at 9.30am 5.30pm or 7.30pm. For more information Tel: Saranna 07864 988 665.



Ederney GAA Notes:

Ederney Ladies v Belnaleck at 7:30pm this evening.

 Lotto jackpot £5,100.

Hurling / Camogie Wednesday at 6.45pm.  


Kids FUNdamentals at 6pm on Friday. 


Cul Camp Hurling 1st -5th July for children aged 6-13 Brewster Park. 

Cul Camp Ederney 5th-9th August  book online now


Coffee Morning at our club rooms on Saturday 6th July in aid of Macmillan cancer support and Cancer connect.













Review of Safeguarding Practice in Clogher Diocese



Photography by Gerry Gallagher

Culmaine Parish Committee 2019