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Twenty- Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

 13th October 2019

 

Extraordinary Month of Mission - October 2019:

Since October 1 we have been marking the Extraordinary Month of Mission.

Next Sunday our parish will celebrate World Mission Sunday, with its theme Together We Are Mission.

Next Sunday, our parish – together with communities across the world – will contribute what we can to support the work of missionaries, many of whom work in some of the world’s most impoverished communities. Alternatively, you can donate online at www.wmi.ie/donate . World Mission Ireland is responsible for the coordination of Mission Month.

 

 

                              Masses for the Week

Saturday 12th

7.30pm

Pettigo

 

 

Sunday 13th

 

9.30am

 

11am

Montiagh

 

Ederney

 

 

Cissie & James Monaghan, Leathem Crescent.

Nellie Snow, Boa Island (1st Anniversary).

Monday 14th

7.30pm

Ederney

 

 

Thursday 17th

7.30pm

Ederney

 

Service of the Word and Communion.

Friday 18th

7.30pm

Ederney

 

 

Saturday 19th

7.30pm

Pettigo

 

 

Sunday 20th

Mission Sunday

9.30am

 

11am

Lettercran

 

Ederney

 

 

Deceased members of the Young family.

Joe & Sarah Doherty, Lack.

 

 

 

Deceased:

Peggy O’Neill, (nee Lunney), Killygarry Road, Ederney.

May she 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.

 

‘‘A Time to remember, a time to recall’ On Friday 1st November at 7.30pm in St Joseph’s Church. In this ceremony which will be part of the Mass of All Saints we will remember those who have departed this life over the past 12 months.

 

Fr. Frank 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

 

 

 

The next Child Protection Committee meeting takes place on Wednesday 23rd October at 7pm in the Parish Centre. All members are requested to attend

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eucharistic Adoration in the Parish Centre on Thursdays: 10.30am to 3.30pm & 6pm to 7.30pm, Adoration resumes at 8pm (after Service of the Word & Communion) and closes at 9.30pm.

 

Adoration in Montiagh on Tuesdays:11am -12noon & 7.30pm - 8.30pm.

 

 

 

The Holy Rosary is said in the Church every evening: Sunday- Friday 6-30pm, Saturday at 4-45pm. (Except Thursday). Everyone most welcome.

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

Proposed changes in Northern Ireland on the Right to Life of the Unborn

In their recent joint statement, the Church leaders of Ireland have called for the weekend of 12-13 October to be dedicated to prayer for the protection of the unborn in our society and for women facing difficult and challenging pregnancies and their families. This is in response to the proposed introduction by Westminster of legislation on 21st October allowing for unregulated abortion in the North.  In addition to other prayer initiatives, you may wish to say and distribute the ‘Choose Life Prayer’ of the Irish Bishops’ Conference. It is available at the web site of the Bishops’ Conference or through the following link: https://www.catholicbishops.ie/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/prayer-for-the-unborn-prayercard-web.pdf

 

Please support the online petition by Baroness Nuala O’Loan calling on the Secretary of State and Members of the Northern Ireland Assembly to take action to prevent unregulated abortion being introduced to the North by Westminster on 21st October. The petition can be found online at Change.org (search for Nuala O’Loan).

 

Please contact your local MLA and ask them to take action to stop the introduction of unregulated abortion to Northern Ireland by Westminster on 21st October. You can find contact details for your MLA online at www.bothlivesmatter.org/findmyMLA . You can also send a postcard to your MLA. You can order the postcards for you or your Parish, free of charge, by contacting Both Lives Matter at tel. 28 90739079  or 07976414817, or by email at stand@bothlivesmatter.org

 

Postcards are available at the back of both Churches.  

 

 

Rosary on the Coast for Life & Faith takes place today Sunday 13th October at 2pm on Rossnowlagh Beach (to the right of the Sandhouse Hotel).

 

 

Stormont Rosary for Life: - Please join us for a special Rosary Vigil for Life at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, (meeting at main gate entrance on Upper Newtownards Road) at 2.30pm on Saturday 19th October. For more information contact Rosary Crusade for Ireland on 028 9027 8484 or info@preciouslife.com

 

Facebook: Our Parish now has a Facebook Page. Please search for Parish of Culmaine.

 

 

 

Flu Vaccine Ederney: If you are over 65 or suffer from any chronic disease e.g. Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, Heart Disease, Kidney Disease, Liver Disease or Cancer you are eligible to have the flu vaccine. The flu vaccine will be available at the surgery on a walk in basis from Monday 7th October every morning from 11am to 12.30pm. No appointment needed.

 

 

 

Could You adopt? Share a child’s journey through life – if interested there is an Adoption Information Session being held on Thursday 24th October 2019 from 6pm – 8pm in Omagh Hospital & Primary Care Complex, 7 Donaghanie Road, Omagh or you may contact the Adoption Team (Mon-Fri) Tel: 028 82835114 g or email anita.birney@westerntrust.hscni.net

 

 

Tree Survey: Has been posted on the Parish Website for people to read.

 

 

Montiagh: Painting of the outside of the Church has been completed- thanks to Paul and Chris of Finishing Touches. The materials for the restoration of the Church Guttering have arrived and work will commence soon.

 

 

Open Door: Every Thursday in the Town Hall, 11am-12.30pm. 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.

Improvers class 8 to 9.30pm; tutor is Fionnbarr Cross. All are welcome to attend.

 

 

Autumn Yoga programme continues in St. Joseph’s Hall Tuesdays at 730pm, the Bawnacre Wednesdays at 8pm and in Bannagh Hall on Thursdays at 730pm. There is a half yoga half meditation class in Kesh Community Centre every Friday at 730pm and Gentle & Family Yoga in St. Joseph’s Hall at 11am every Saturday. £7 PAYG or six sessions £36. U18s only £4. Contact Anne Monaghan on 0739 1945 365

 

 

Four- Week Healthy Eating & Special Diet Course starting Monday 14th October, 7:30pm to 9:30pm in Bannagh Hall. Tutor is Dee Hamill, Nutritionist. Free of Charge. Everyone welcome.

 

 

Ederney Boxing Club: Training on Mondays & Thursdays at 7-8pm for boys & girls aged 8 upwards.

Adult circuit classes Monday & Thursdays 8-9pm.

 

 

 

Ederney GAA Notes:

Best wishes to Trillick v Errigal Ciaran in today’s Tyrone Championship Final.  

 

Commiserations to Ederney Seniors men who lost to Derrygonnelly in Division 1 league final and our Minor Ladies who were beaten by Kinawley in the Minor A Championship Final. Both teams and management have put serious effort all year and will bounce back next season.  Both teams want to thank everyone for the support all year. 

 

Senior Ladies training continues ahead of the Ruth McGrath Cup Semi- final.

 

Club Tidy up: Saturday 19th October from 8am in preparation for SPOOKTACULAR WALK Sunday 27th October at 6.30pm. Entrance from MUGA car park. Tickets on sale Admission £5 each,

 

Lotto jackpot £5,500.

 

 

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

Review of Safeguarding Practice in Clogher Diocese

 

   

Photography by Gerry Gallagher

Culmaine Parish Committee 2019