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02-04-2017  Newsletter

Most Holy Trinity: Mass Intentions

  • Saturday 1st April
    7:00pm Mary Byrne, Deerpark.
  • Sunday 2nd April
    12 Noon Thomas Lennon, Main Street.
  • Monday 3rd April
    9:00am Special Intention.
  • Tuesday 4th April
    9:00am Special Intention.
  • Thursday 6th April
    9:00am Berna Mahon, Church Road.
  • Saturday 8th April
    11:00am Michael Carroll, St. Mary’s Villas.
    7:00pm Peg Kelly, Drumderry. Bridget Mary Nolan 2nd Anniversary & her Son Billy Nolan 10th Anniversary.
  • Sunday 9th April
    12 Noon Ann Raleigh, 1st Anniversary. Mai Ryan. Patsy Redmond, Brady’s Cross 4th Anniversary.

Envelope Collection

Sunday 26th March 2017:€822.70
Thank You for your Generosity


ST. MARY MAGDALENE, KILMYSHALL

  • Saturday 1st April 8:00pm Katie Dunne,(2nd Anniversary) Sr Anna Marie Dunne.  Johnny Nolan, (Month’s Mind)
  • Sunday 2nd April 10:30am Molly Nolan, Glasslacken. Nora & Patrick Tobin and Ann Buckley & deceased members of the Buckley family.
  • Saturday 8th April 8:00pm Edward & Bridget Dreelan, Ballyphilip James & Margaret Dreelan, Ryland. Ambie & Josephine Murphy, Gurteen.

LENTEN TALKS

Continue on Wednesday 5th April at 8:00pm in the Pastoral Centre. This week’s talk “Understanding the Gospel Of Matthew “ All are welcome.


During Lent

..Stations of the Cross will be every Friday at 7:00pm


‘The Monday Club’

St. Mary’s Centre, Ryland Road, Bunclody. Continuing with the April Programme 10am – 2pm

Monday 3rd April : “Keep up with Modern Technology”. Students from FCJ will help you improve your skills on phone, tablet, laptop, etc. Sessions will include basic skills, downloading apps of interest, skype, saving photos, etc.

Monday 10th April : “General Talk on Crime Prevention” with Garda Brendan Moore, Wexford Crime Prevention Officer.

Monday 24th April: “ Arts & Crafts” for All. Entrance Fee: €4 which includes Tea/Coffee & Light Lunch. This Club will suit the 60+ age group. Transport not provided.


First Friday

Fr. O’ Connor will visit the sick and housebound in Kilbranish, Carrigduff, & Gurteen on Thursday 6th April and all other areas on Friday 7th April.


Bunclody & Kilmyshall Lenten

Penitential Service: in Church of the Most Holy
Trinity, Bunclody Sunday 9th April at 8:10pm


The Second Collection Today

..is for the World Meeting of Families 2018 which will be held in Dublin. Your support is greatly appreciated.


KILMYSHALL NOTES

CHOIR: Choir practice in Kilmyshall every Monday at 7:30pm. New Members most welcome.

Weekday Mass: Held in the Oratory at 9:30 Tuesday, Thursday & Friday & 7:30pm on Wednesday. Prayer Group meet every Wednesday after 7:30 pm Mass in the parochial house. All are welcome.

Eucharistic Adoration: Every Tuesday in the Oratory
from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Adorer’s required for hour 1pm-
2pm, 2pm-3pm & 3pm-4pm. If you are available please leave
your name in the parish office 053 9377188.

Parish Website: kilmyshallparish@gmail.com.
Newsletter available now on website.

Tickets on Sale after all Masses in Kilmyshall this week-
end 1st & 2nd April in Aid of Lourdes Invalid Fund. Your
Support would be greatly appreciated.

Hall bookings and use of hall equipment, must be
booked through Denis O’ Neill at 087 2196565.

Monthly Envelope Draw: March winner: Una Kehoe.

300 -1 Club : March winners:
1st George O'Neill Kilmyshall, €100.
2nd Kate & Mario Sekaradek, Na Crosaire. €50.
3rd Theresa Donnelly €25.
4th Claire Dwyer, Glasslacken. €25.
5th Liz & Des McCabe, Wexford, €20.
6th Madeline Cleary, Clonard House, €20.
7th Laura Murphy, Cromogue, €20.
8th Sheila Murphy, Cloneybyrne, €20.
9th Margaret Taylor, Mandoran, €10.
10th Marie Monaghan, Coorduff, €10.
Next draw Sat 29th April. Your Support is very much Appreciated.

Kilmyshall Church & Kilmyshall N.S. Split the Pot Draw Winner: Peter Steemers €81. Seller: Steemers. Next draw: Friday 7th April. Envelopes available in Kilmyshall National School, Steemer’s, Glanbia, Redmond’s, H.W.H Shop & Bar, Matt Byrne Hardware, Clohamon, & Kilmyshall Parish Office. Thank you for your support.

2nd collection: Last weeks collection realised €254.30


Ministers of the Eucharist - April 2017:

  • Saturday Night: Marie Dowling
  • Sunday Morning: Janette O’ Neill

Ministers of the Word - April 2017:

  • Saturday 8th April : Deirdre Maher

Alcoholics Anonymous:

Local Meetings are held on Tuesdays & Saturdays at 8:30 pm in Brennan’s Market Sq.


Whist

Every Monday Night in St. Aidan’s Hall.


St Vincent de Paul

Local Confidential helpline 087 3696883, please call if you need help. S.V.P. request Box is now located at back of shop. There is a new newspaper recycling bin beside Super Value in aid of S.V.P.


Choir

Choir Practice is in Bunclody every Tuesday at 7:30pm. Rosary recited for the sick of the parish at 7:15 pm. New members most welcome.


Bunclody/Kilmyshall Parish Pastoral Council

Next Meeting on Thursday 6th April at 8:00pm in the Pastoral Centre.


Bunclody Camogie Club

..are having a clothes collection on the 5th, 6th & 7th of April. Bags of clothes can be dropped to the GAA pitch from 7pm -8pm on these dates. No books, duvets or pillows


Mount Leinster Community CLG

Vacancies Daycare Assistant (2)

Duties include caring for clients in day care setting , caring toileting and feeding. Collecting clients from their homes. Entertaining, bingo, cards, crafts and chatting. Cleaning and preparing Day Care Centre,. Driving Licence B an advantage

Job Reference– CES2031399 To apply for this position: Contact 053 9239300 to check your eligibility. Then to express interest and to collect an application
form please call to Bunclody Parish Office open from (8:30am to 4:30pm) Monday to Friday Phone Number 053 9376190

Garda Vetting will Apply Persons applying for this position must be: Over 21 and satisfy the Dept. of Social Protection criteria to participate in a Community Employment Scheme Closing Date: Tuesday 18th April 2017


ArtBank

Mon & Tue Landscape painting classes 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Wed 5th April: Creative Textile Craft Workshop 7:30—9:30pm €10.00
Thurs. 6th April: ‘Creative Collaboratives’ art Workshop for adults 7:30 –9:30pm €10.00
Sat 8th April: Dress for Mess Children’s Workshop 12 - 1:30pm €5.00
Gallery Opening times: Tue - Sat 2:00pm—5:30pm


Parish Coffee Morning

Cake Sale and Sale of Scarves, Bags etc., On Saturday 8th April from
10:00am in Aid of Brother Kevin (Homeless) & I.C.A.


Bring & Buy Sale and Coffee Morning

..in the Day Care Centre on Thursday 13th April (Holy Thursday) from 9:30am
Raffle & Coffee Morning Café & Home Produce Stall Crafts, Knitting, Crochet & Jewellery Bags, Belts & Books (No Bric-a Brac please) Day Care open at 9:00am on Thursday 13th to receive your Baking.


Parent and Child Group

..takes place every
Wednesday from 10 -12pm in St. Aidan's Hall, Irish
Street. Admission €3 which includes Tea/Coffee/Biscuits
for the parents and Juice/Fruit for the little people.
Contact Marianne on 087 9026986 for more information.


Thank You

On behalf of Kilmyshall Parish, the Parish Council would like to thank the founder members of the Kilmyshall Penny bank, and all who helped to run it over the years. Also to Tom and Patricia Murphy of the Halfway House for the use of their premises for the last number of years. The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be offered for their intentions


COME FORTH LAZARUS

In today’s Gospel Jesus is surrounded by a culture of death. The disciples are afraid to go back to Bethany, the Jews want to stone Jesus to death, Mary and Martha are distraught over the death of their brother Lazarus, and Lazarus himself lies bound in the darkness of the tomb.

It appears as if there is no hope. Jesus weeps for his friend and those around him. Yet, surrounded by a culture of violence and despair, Jesus gives hope, compassion, and resurrection to those in turmoil. It is easy to say that nothing can be done when we are faced with difficult situations in our own lives. Yet Jesus says “Lazarus, come out” and to the people he says “Unbind him, let him go.” It is a message for all of us to come away from a culture of death; to help unbind one another and to allow ourselves to emerge from the tomb.

We are called to take away the stone. Today’s Gospel is a story of liberation. Jesus gives a new insight into faith over death. “Hope means to keep living amid desperation and to keep humming in the darkness. Hope is knowing that there is love, it is trust in tomorrow, it is falling asleep and waking to work when the sun rises. In the midst of a gale at sea, it is to discover land. In the eyes of another, it is to see understanding. As long as there is hope, there will also be prayer. And God will be holding you in his loving hands”

Henri Nouwen

Jane Mellet


PARISH MISSION STATEMENT

  • The Parish of Bunclody/Kilmyshall shall be a community:
  • Of renewed faith and commitment to Christ expressed in prayer and genuine Eucharistic worship where all participate fully.
  • With deep respect for and interest in each and every person.
  • Flourishing in love, care, support, co-operation, education and communication, building to the unity of the Body of Christ.
  • Reaching out the hand of welcome to all who do not belong to our faith and worshipping community.

Please let your priest know when a family member is in hospital or sick at home


Please Note:

All items for the Newsletter must be in before Lunchtime on Wednesday. May be sent by email to: bunclodyparishoffice@eircom.ne t



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Main Street, Bunclody
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