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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.

 

 

Parish Envelopes: In view of the reality of there being fewer Masses people will now be attending Masses in neighbouring and other parishes much more often.

In such cases it is a longstanding practise that people can bring their own parish envelopes to Masses in other parishes and put it in the collection of that Mass.

These envelopes will be returned to their own parish for recording and lodging.

 

 

The next Child Protection meeting takes place in the Parish Centre on Monday 18th February at 8pm. All committee members are asked to attend.

 

 

Safeguarding Sunday: Our Diocese of Clogher Safeguarding Sunday will take place next weekend, just at the conclusion of the historic gathering in Rome hosted by Pope Francis on 21-24 February Rome to discuss safeguarding in the Church.

 

We ask for your prayers for all those who have been hurt by abuse in the Church. We pray for Pope Francis and for the success of the meeting in Rome which senior bishops and religious superiors from around the world will be attending.

 

 

A representative of your Parish Safeguarding Committee will speak at Masses next weekend and a special Candle of Atonement will be blessed and lit in all churches.

 

 Bishop Duffy

 

Bishop group

Bishop Lawrence (Larry) Duffy: We keep Bishop Larry, our chief pastor and leader in the faith, very much in our prayers.

Bishop Duffy’s ordination was a wonderful occasion and after almost two and a half years our Diocese has a Bishop.

Around forty- five people from the parish attended the ceremony and all enjoyed it very much. Veronica Baird formally greeted Bishop Duffy on behalf of all parish councils in Clogher.

 

 

Eucharistic Adoration in the Parish Centre Thursdays -10.30am to 9.30pm.

Adoration in Montiagh on Tuesdays11am to 12 noon and 7pm to 9pm.

 

 

The Holy Rosary is said in the Church every evening: Sunday- Friday 6.30pm, Saturday at 4 .45pm. Everyone most welcome.

 

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

 

 

 

Members of St. Joseph’s Young Priests Society will complete the home visits  over the next few weeks.

 

Anam Cara Armagh the organisation that supports bereaved parents, is holding a Bereavement Information Evening on Wednesday 27th February at 7:20pm in the Armagh City Hotel, Armagh. This is a free event and open to all bereaved parents. As Anam Cara will need to confirm numbers for teas, coffees, etc, please RSVP to info@anamcara.ie before Tuesday 26th February or call 02895213120.

For more information see anamcara.ie or call our Information Line on 085 2888 888

 

 

Proposal for development of Shared Education Facilities - Lack, Ederney and Kesh. Our three schools have a long track record of working together and over the last ten years we have been actively involved in Shared Education. The governors, teachers and staff are committed to maintaining the individual ethos of their respective schools, ensuring the sustainability of their schools and communities. We now hope to build on this work by exploring the development of much needed facilities at each of our schools.  We believe this will benefit all of the children in our partnership helping ensure full access to the NI Curriculum and extra-curricular activities in the future. A consultation on the development of additional facilities is being carried out through the schools and is available on Ederney Trust’s Facebook page. Please assist us by filling this in.

 

 

 

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

 

 

Ederney Trust - Village in Bloom. It is time to start thinking about Village in Bloom 2019. Again, a very big thank you to all who participated in 2018's events.

To make this years displays bigger and better residents/businesses could start thinking about what they can do again to participate including floral displays, window baskets, painting, etc. It only takes a few people to prepare the hanging baskets and planters. To volunteer please email ederneytrust@btinternet.com or contact any Committee Member. 

 

 

Walking group:  Everyone is welcome to walk with us Mondays 11am and Thursdays 10.30am. Meet behind the Muga; refreshments afterwards each morning.

 

 

Lough Derg – Seasonal Employment. Seasonal positions available:

Administrative Assistant/Boat Crew/Catering Assistant/Cleaner/Domestic Assistant/ First Aid Attendant/Retail Assistant.

Job Descriptions and Application Forms are available from: The HR Department, Lough Derg, Pettigo, Co Donegal or telephone +353719861518, or by email to hr@loughderg.org  

Applications can be downloaded from: www.loughderg.org   

Closing Date: Friday 22nd February 2019 at 3pm.

 

 

Weekly Irish class Tuesday 7.30 to 9pm in the committee room of Ederney

St Joseph’s club rooms. Complete beginners are most welcome to join us; £2 or £1 concession each week. Class will cater for Improvers from 8.15pm on.

 

 

St Joseph’s Primary School, Ederney has been chosen to participate in the Asda Enniskillen Green token scheme for January - March 2019. Please remember if you are shopping in Asda to ask at the till or at customer services for some tokens to allow you to vote for our local primary school in this competition. There are 3 beneficiaries taking part and the group with the largest amount of tokens at the end of March receives £500. The runners up each receive £200. This opportunity has been applied for by the school Parent Support Group and we thank you in advance for your support. 

 

 

Yoga: New Gentle and Family Yoga class every Saturday at 11. U16 only £4 and children welcome if accompanied by an adult. Beginners Yoga continues in the Town Hall every Tuesday at 7-30pm and Friday mornings at 06-30am. Yoga in the Bawnacre on Wednesdays at 8pm, Bannagh Hall on Thursdays at 7-30pm and in Kesh Primary School on Fridays at 7-30pm. Contact Anne 0739 1945 365 for details.

 

 

Aranderg CCE Music session on Friday 22nd February in Killeter Heritage Centre. Starting at 9pm. All musicians, singers, dancers and listeners welcome.

 

 

Scraghey Community Centre: Cards - continue every Sunday at 8:30pm, £5, supper served.

Walking club - Thursday at 7:30pm, free.

Zara Holmes Performing Arts Academymusical theatre workshop, Saturday 23rd March, 2:30pm-5:30pm. Book via Facebook or text 00353873602008

Everyone welcome, See our Facebook page for more information

 

 

The Forge FRC, Pettigo: Basic Food Hygiene - I Day Certified CIEH to take place on a Saturday from 10am - 5pm. Few places available, Date TBC.

CV & Interview Skills- Free Workshop March 25th & 26th 10am-1pm. Resource Hall, Pettigo. 

Pauline Hunter B/ED MA NDT JST Free Workshop Supporting Children's Learning for Parents and Professionals of Children 7-9pm, Thursday 4th April 0-5yrs, 

Thursday 11th April 6-12 yrs in Resource Hall, Pettigo. 

For more information and to book please contact The Forge FRC at 00353 719861924.

 

 

Ederney Boxing Club: Bonus ball winner week 3-Josie & Geraldine McGrath.

New timetable for adult circuit classes: Monday 8-9pm;

Wednesday men only 7.30-8.30pm; Thursday 8-9pm.

Small group sessions available. Any queries contact 07821 1538380

 

 

Ederney GAA Notes: Jackpot £4,700. 

Best wishes to Fermanagh Ladies today- the minors play Armagh at 1pm and Fermanagh senior Ladies v Derry 2:45, both games in Derrygonnelly. 

Ederney Senior Ladies training Monday’s & Thursday’s at 7.30. 
Under 15 boys training Tuesday at 6.30 & Thursday’s at 6.

Under 6 FUNdamentals. sessions begin Friday at 6.30pm. This is open to all kids in Nursery, Primary Class 1 and Class 2.

The sessions shall be held for the first 5 weeks in the new Community Rooms at our club grounds. Sessions will last approx. 45mins. All children MUST be accompanied by a parent. Parents must stay for the entire session.

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                         

 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.

 

 

 

 

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Culmaine Parish Committee 'Parish Together' 2019