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


Parish Office Opening Hours: Wednesday & Friday 10.30am to 1pm.

Tel: 028 686 29062    



Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

16th February 2020.


Masses for the Week:


Saturday 15th






Sunday 16th














Tommy McGrath, Doughrock.

Monday 17th







Friday 21st






Saturday 22nd







Sunday 23rd
















John Colreavy & his parents Paddy & Rose.







































Deceased: Brian Nugent, New Street. 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.






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.






CLOGHER DIOCESE IN DIALOGUE – a journey into the future.




Bishop Larry Duffy is inviting all parishes to take part in a conversation to consider how we as a Church continue to sustain living parishes now and going into the future in Clogher Diocese. This conversation seeks understanding more than agreement; agreement will take time to achieve. Be assured, however, this is the beginning of a conversation which will be listened to and which will inform future planning.



Meetings will be held during March to which you and fellow-parishioners are warmly invited. The meeting involving our parish and others in this Pastoral Area will be held in Pettigo Parish Hall on Wednesday 11th March beginning at 7.30pm and to conclude by 9.30pm.




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.





Important Dates:

Sunday 23rd February: Temperance Sunday.


Wednesday 26th February: Ash Wednesday.


Friday 6th March: World Day of Prayer, 8.00pm, Ardess.


 Friday 13th March: Confirmation, 6pm, Ederney.


Tuesday 24th March: First Confessions, 7pm.


Saturday 16th May: First Holy Communion,11am.




Altar Servers- Welcome to: Sunday 16th February 11am (St Brigid’s);

Padraig McElhill, Joshua McElhill, Conor Deazley, James Coyle & Oisin Hamilton.




Eucharistic Adoration:

Thursdays in the Parish Centre: 10.30am to 3.30pm & 6pm to 9.30pm.


Tuesdays in Montiagh:  11am to 12noon & 7.30pm to 8.30pm.




The Holy Rosary is said in the Church every evening: Sunday- Friday 6.30pm, Saturday at 4.45pm.   Everyone most welcome.

(No Rosary in the Church on Thursday if there is Adoration in Parish Centre.)




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




The Legion of Mary, Ederney, have a statue of Our Lady available to anyone in the Parish who would like to have the statue in their home for two weeks. Please contact any member of the Legion of Mary.




St Vincent de Paul Helpline number is 07864726536. All requests for assistance should be made to this number.



Christians in the Holy Land: Mr Afif Khader will be visiting Culmaine Parish on the 28th and 29th of March to sell Olive Wood Crafts to support the Christians in the Holy Land and will probably speak at Masses in the Parish.





Divine Mercy Conference in RDS on Saturday 22nd February. Bus leaving Enniskillen at 6.45am. Contact Mary on 07850054561.



Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine, Ireland, 24th February 2020.  £399.00 per person sharing.  Price includes return bus transfer to Knock, 4 nights’ in Knock House Hotel with full board.  All entertainment and excursions included.  Lunches on days out.  Single room supp £40.00.   Contact Patricia on 01268 762 278 or 07740 175557 or email  Knock Pilgrimages ATOL T7613.



Medjugorje: 15th September 2020 via Dublin. €735. Contact John Calgie on

686 31177 or 07736336262.





The 3A’s AGM: Wednesday 19th February at 10.45am in the Parish Centre.  All are welcome.



Open Door: Open Door at Drumkeen Court on Thursdays from 11am-12 noon. Everyone Welcome.



Irish Classes: Monday in the club rooms: Beginners class 7 to 8pm; under 18’s

must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Cost £2 each; under 18’s £1.

Tutors are Paddy Casey and Joe Donnelly. Complete beginners are very welcome

to join the existing class. Improvers class 8 to 9.30pm; cost £3 each. Tutor is Fionnbarr Cross. All are most welcome to join our classes.



Date for your Diary: The Annual Sr Muriel 5Km Sponsored Walk in Ederney is on Saturday 4th April 2020 starting at St. Joseph’s Church car park at 11.30am. More details later.



Friends of St Joseph’s Primary School Parent Support Group are holding a BAG PACK at ASDA Enniskillen on 22/2/2020.

We are asking for volunteers who would be happy to give an hour (or two!) of their time to raise much needed funds which will go towards the purchase of an interactive whiteboard for the school.

This may be of interest also to those taking part in the St John Paul award.

Any interested parties, please contact Clare Deazley or call at the school with your contact details. All help would be gratefully appreciated.



St Mary's College: Big Breakfast will take place on Tuesday 25th February in St Mary's College, Irvinestown from 9am-11am..... All proceeds will be going to charity.....Everyone welcome!! 


Friends of St Mary’s College presents: Shauna McCrystal Make Up Demonstration at St Mary’s College, Thursday 27th February at 7pm. Tickets £12 each on sale at the School Office and Monaghan’s Mace, Ederney.



The 3A’s Easter Chick Fundraiser: Calling all knitters, could you please knit some Easter chicks for this appeal. Money raised will be used to pay school fees for poor children in the Kitui diocese. Any colour of wool can be used (yellow preferred). Easter eggs will be supplied and the pattern if needed will be available from Sally 028 686 21185.





Pat Murphy's/Murphy's Cafe Update - work is progressing well with a contractor due on site in February 2020 and the building estimated opening Autumn 2020. Letters of intent are now being sought from people seeking office space, co-working space and health and well-being space to rent. For details contact Anne Monaghan on 07391945365.



Borderline Players will host a series of training workshops this Spring in drama, vocal coaching, dance, choreography, stage make up and set design. No previous experience is necessary and training is open to all. Workshops will be for young people aged 10+ and adults. To register please email or visit Borderline Players Facebook page for details. All workshops will take place in the Termon Complex Pettigo.




Scraghey Community Centre: Zumba with Vanessa - Monday 17th February starting at 7:30pm.





Ederney Boxing Club: Bonus Ball will be starting in the next few weeks, anyone interested in taking a bonus ball please contact a committee member.





Ederney GAA Notes:  Hurling Fermanagh v Sligo, 2pm Brewster Park. 

Lotto jackpot is £5,900.
Underage Hurling on Wednesday evening from 7pm, contact Noel McAndrew for details, all welcome. 

Underage football training Thursday from 6pm -7pm for P3 & P4 kids bring runners for MUGA. 
P5 & P7, football training Thursday from 6-30pm - 8pm bring boots for pitch. 

The floodlights turned on Thursday evening between 7pm-9pm to allow everyone to enjoy walks along our paths. 















Review of Safeguarding Practice in Clogher Diocese



Photography by Gerry Gallagher

Culmaine Parish Committee 2020