- Saturday 16th February
11:00am Richard Nugent, Barnahask
7:00pm Peter Jordan, Carrigduff, Anniversary. Jack Barry,
Carrigduff, Anniversary. Annie Cahill, Irish Street.
- Tuesday 19th February
9:00am Katie Doyle and deceased members of the Doyle & McGrath
- Friday 22nd February
9:00am Dr Alfred Cantwell.
- Saturday 23rd February
7:00pm James Stacy.
- Sunday 24th February
12 Noon James Delaney, Anniversary. Dan & Ellen Murphy, Ryland.
Monday 11th February: €683.10 Thank You for your Generosity
St. Mary Magdalene Kilmyshall
- Saturday 16th February 8:00pm Paddy O’Brien, recently deceased.
William Mahon, Anniversary.
- Sunday 17th February 10:30am John O Neill, Glasslacken.
Every Monday 9.30am– 8.00pm
Tuesday to Friday 7:30—8:30am,
No Adoration on Bank Holidays
Through the life - giving waters of Baptism we welcome into our
Eryk Kacper Slowik
Mass in our church is available to watch online. To view the stream
go to mcnmedia.tv and search: Bunclody. All masses are available to
view. If you have questions or feedback please contact the Parish Office
053 93 76190.
Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2019
The Ferns Diocese pilgrimage to Lourdes will take place from May 11th
to 16th. Application forms are available from the parish office,
including applications for the disabled who wish to join the invalid
Pastoral Council Meeting
The next Pastoral Council meeting will take place on Tuesday 19th of
February at 8:00pm in the Pastoral Centre. We hope all members can
Come and explore your Faith and the Christian Message. The course
will run for the next 9 weeks on Thursday evenings from 7:30pm—9:30pm in
the Pastoral Centre. All are welcome.
Parish Office Opening Hours
February 25th—March 1st
Monday 25th: 8:30am—3:30pm, Tuesday 26th: 8:30am—3:30pm, Wednesday 27th:
2:00pm—5:00pm Closed Wednesday (AM) Thursday,
On Sunday 24th February a Radio Mass will be broadcast from our
Church at 10:00am. As a result there will be no 9:00am mass.
Choir: Choir practice in Kilmyshall every Monday at 7:30pm.
New Members most welcome.
Prayer Group: meet every Wednesday after 7:30 pm Mass in the
Oratory. All are welcome.
Eucharistic Adoration: Every Tuesday in th e Church from
10:00am to 4:00pm. New Adorers always welcome.
Hall bookings and use of hall equipment MUST be booked through
Denis O’ Neill at 087 2196565.
2nd Collection: €232.50
Split the Pot Feb 8th: Winner: Tom (South Africa) €162 Seller:
Eucharistic Ministers - February 2019:
- Saturday Night: Marin Cullen
- Sunday Morning: Nellie Long
Ministers of the Word - February 2019
- Saturday 23rd: Philomena Coleman
- Sunday 24th: Cathal Sweeney
Next ALPHA meeting
Thursday 21st February in parish pastoral centre from 7:30-9:30. All
Meetings held Tuesday & Saturday at 8:30pm in Brennan’s Market
Monday night 8:45pm in Day Care Centre.
St Vincent de Paul
Local Confidential helpline 087 3696883, please call if you need
S.V.P. request Box is now located at back of shop. There is a new new
spaper recycling bin beside SuperValu in aid of S.V.P.
..in Bunclody Tuesdays at 7:30pm.
..recited for sick of the parish at 7:15 pm. New members most
welcome. I f you have relatives or friends who are ill at home or in
hospital, please let us know and they will be remembered in the rosary
and prayers for the sick. All are welcome to join in the prayer.
Special Ministers for February 2019
Ministers of the Word:
- 7:00pm: Leanne & Mairead Mahon
- 9:00am: Sean Byrne
- 12 Noon: Sarah Burke
- 7:00pm: Mick Roche
- 9:00am: Joe Byrne
- 12 Noon: Maureen Byrne & Liz Whelan
- 7:00pm : C
- 9:00am : A
- 12 Noon : B
- Sarah Burke & Margaret Barry
Mount Leinster Community Employment Vacancies
Day Care Assistant - Bunclody Day Care (1) Job Reference - CES
Bunclody Tidy Towns - General Operative Bunclody (1) Job Reference -
Grounds Person/Maintenance HWH/Bunclody GAA Club (1) Job Reference -
Closing date for all jobs: Friday 22nd February To be eligible you
MUST be in receipt of a payment for one year from DEASP and be over 21
years. Check eligibility by contacting: D.E.A.S.P. Bridgepoint,
Enniscorthy 053 9239300 OR Bunclody Parish Office 053 9376190/053
Bunclody VC Split the Pot Draw
Recent Winner Paddy Mulally €91.00
Next draw Friday 1st March. Thank you for your support.
Bunclody Kilmyshall Drama Group
Present "Moonglow" as their competitive festival production for 2019.
The play tells the story of two elderly care home patients with
Alzheimer's, who move between the present and their memories of their
younger selves. The play runs in the FCJ Concert Hall nightly at 8pm
from Wed 20th February to Saturday 23rd Feb. Tickets available on the
Is enrolling now. Participants can complete QQI courses free of
charge. If you’re aged 21 or over, in receipt of a social welfare
payment & want to return to education or upskill please call into
Bunclody Adult Education Centre on Ryland Road or phone 0863837645 for
Kilmyshall National School
Enrolment forms for school year 2019-2020 are available now from the
HWH Bunclody Club & Bunclody Camogie Club Gold and Silver Jubilee
Celebrations Saturday 23rd Feb 2019 at 8pm in Bunclody Golf & Fishing
Club. Admission €10. Tickets available from D&M Laundrette 087 6808134.
Admission by ticket only.
EVOLV's Spring into Health Week
Feb 25th to March 2nd! - €10 Facials - €25 Treatments - Crazy Deals
with up to 50% OFF Your favourite products — €10 Choles-terol Testing—
1/2 price Allergy Tests and so much more!! Go to WWW.EVOLV.IE or Call in
store for full programme! 0539236009
Bunclody Swimming Pool
Silver Circle draw will be held on Friday 8th March in Redmond's Loft
Bunclody 1st prize €00, 2nd Prize €00, 3rd prize €00.Tickets €0 /draw.
If you wish to participate please contact committee members at the
following numbers 0876444261, 0872981506 and 0857699645.
Home Care Cancer
The Annual General Meeting of Bunclody Home Care Cancer will take
place in Redmond's Lounge Bunclody on Tues-day 26th February 2018. New
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
What’s so great about being poor, or hungry, or sad? On the surface,
these Beatitudes of Jesus seem very strange: "How happy are you who are
poor." Surely it is better to be wealthy, to be well fed, and to enjoy
good times—or to at least be comfortable and content?
But Jesus is not interested in comfort, or in maintaining the status
qu. The Jesus of Luke’s Gospel is something of quo revolutionary. He has
come to turn the social order on its head: last becomes first and least
becomes greatest. His concern is always for the poor and marginalised.
Jesus’ vision is of a world where the unjust structures that cause
poverty, hunger and oppression are swept away. Sadly, as we hear on the
news every day, inequalities in our world with regard to wealth,
education, health and opportunities remain as stark as ever. Speaking
about how we can tackle injustice to-day, Poper Francis has offered six
"new Beatitides" for the modern Christian. Like the teachings of Jesus,
they remind us that the task of the Christian is to tackle injustice and
to act in solidarity with those on the mar-gins of society.
Pope Francis’ "new Beatitudes" include:
Blessed are those who renounce their own com-fort in order to help
Blessed are those who look in to the eyes of the abandoned and show them
Blessed are those who protect and care for our common home.