- Saturday 16th June
7:00pm Johanna Kavanagh, Tommie & Alice Larkin. Harry & Nancy
Murphy, Ballinapark. Walter Forde & Father Walter Forde.
- Sunday 17th June
12 Noon Tom Furlong. Tommy Larrissey, 1st Anniversary. Patrick,
Henrietta, & Michael O’ Brien Anniversary.
- Friday 22nd June
9:00am Dr Alfred Cantwell
- Saturday 23rd June
7:00pm John Connors, Irish Street. Jimmy Foley, Killanure. Hugh
Doyle, Kilanure, 1st Anniversary.
Monday 11th June: €730.50 Thank You for your Generosity
St. Mary Magdalene Church Kilmyshall
- Saturday 16th June 8:00pm Special Intention.
- Sunday 17th June 10:30 am James & Josephine Farrell and their
daughter Catherine. Birthday Remembrance.
Every Monday from 9.30am– 8.00pm
Tuesday to Friday 7:30—8:30am, Saturday 9:30—10:30am.
No Adoration on Bank Holidays
Through the life - giving water of Baptism we welcome to our
Sienna Michelle Kelly
We offer our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family and friends
BRIDGET TOMKINS NÉE CAHILL
May She Rest in Peace.
Friday 27th July 2018 Blessing of graves in Old Cemetery at 7:00pm.
Calvary Cemetery: Holy Mass at 8:00pm.
National Collection for the World
Meeting of Families 2018 Please support the fourth national
collection for WMOF2018 which will be taken up in our parish on the 16th
& 17th June. Thank you.
Parish Family Picnic
.. taking place in Bunclody Soccer Ground on Sunday July 8th at 2pm.
Some seats still available for overnight stay in Knock on June 30th/July
1st. Singers also required for choir to sing in the basilica on the day.
There will be a meeting of the Parish Pastoral Council and volunteers
to organise the Parish Family Picnic Day in the Pastoral Centre on
Thursday June 21st at 8:00pm
Choir: Choir practice in Kilmyshall every Monday at 7:30pm.
New Members most welcome.
Weekday Mass: Held in the Church ( Summertime) at 9:30am Tuesday,
Thursday & Friday & 7:30pm on Wednesday. Prayer Group meet every
Wednesday after 7:30 pm Mass in the Oratory. All are welcome.
Eucharistic Adoration: Every Tuesday in the 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.
Split the pot winner: Brian óg & Pat Jackman. €85, Kilmyshall N.S.
Ministers of the Eucharist - June 2018
- Saturday: Patrick Murphy
- Sunday: Janette O’Neill
Ministers of the Word -June 2018
- Saturday 23rd: Riona Mahon
- Sunday 24th: Ellen Dobson
Bunclody VC Split the Pot Draw
Latest winner David Creane €81.00. Next draw Friday 15th June. Thank
you for your support.
Kilmyshall Field Day - Sunday 1st July
All usual attractions: bottle stall, bouncy castle, wheel-of-fortune,
Over 60's Dress Competition. Male & Female. Entries to Children’s Art
Competition must be in by June 27th, entries on A4 size sheet please.
Please leave them in to the school.
Field Day Raffle tickets will be delivered in the coming weeks.
We would be grateful for any donations of unwanted gifts and bottles for
our bottle stall. In order to facilitate the labelling the bottles for
the Field Day please leave donations for bottles stall to the Parochial
House or the Half - Way shop before the 22nd June.
Anyone available and would like to help at the Field Day please
contact Janette on 086 3681772
This is the Parish’s main fundraising event of the year and your
support is very much appreciated.
Parish Office Opening Hours
The Parish Office will be opened Monday-Thursday 8:30am- 4:30pm &
Friday 8:30-1:00pm each week.
Swimming in unsupervised areas can be extremely hazardous. Potential
Hazards include: Underwater obstructions, moving boats, deep & shallow
water, slippery & uneven surfaces, tides & strong currents, water
quality unsuitable for bathing. Parents, know where your children are at
all times and please ensure that if they go swimming, they are aware of
Held by Bunclody camogie club on 19th 20th 21st & 22nd of June. Drop
off any unwanted clothes or shoes to GAA pitch between 7 and 8pm on
these evenings. Thank you.
To open Tourist Office on Sundays. All interested please contact Una
Murphy on 0862533014 for further details. No calls after 9pm please.
Family Fun Day
Taking place June 17th from 2:30pm to 4:30pm in Innovate Wexford Park
as part of the World Meeting of Families celebrations. Activities for
all the family including fitness challenges, meeting Wexford
sportspeople, and dressing room tours. Activities for kids include as
Bricks for Kidz or face painting. And much more on the day.
Streams of Bunclody Festival Parade
FREE drop in workshops taking place Mondays 9:30—3:30pm and Friday
9:30—12:30p, in ART BANK, Bunclody. Be part of the Queen of Hearts
parade on Friday 20th July by dropping in to the workshops and helping
construct props and costumes.
Special Ministers for June 2018
Ministers of the Word:
- 7:00pm: Patsy Cowman
- 9:00am: Caroline Fortune
- 12 Noon: Anita Somers
- 7:00pm: Goretti Kavanagh/Maura Quinlivan
- 9:00am: Geraldine Roberts/Leanne Nolan
- 12 Noon: Sarah Burke/Celia Burns
- 7:00pm : B
- 9:00am : C
- 12 Noon : A
- Dermot O’Connor & John Burke
Meetings held Tuesday & Saturday at 8:30pm in Brennan’s Market Square
Monday night 9 pm 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
newspaper recycling bin beside SuperValu in aid of S.V.P.
Choir Practice in Bunclody every Tuesday at 7:30pm. Rosary recited
for sick of the parish at 7:15 pm. New members most welcome. I f you
have family members, relatives or friends who are ill at home or in
hospital, please let a choir member know and they will be remembered in
the rosary and prayers for the sick. All are welcome to join in the
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
The parable of the mustard seed seems pretty straight forward at
first glance, but as always there is more to it than meets the eye.
Jesus did not compare the Kingdom of God to a majestic tree. There is an
ancient text which forbade planting mustard seeds in Palestinian gardens
because the shrub takes over wherever it is planted. It is wild, gets
out of control, and attracts unwanted birds. The kingdom of God grows
from something small to something large, but more than that, its growth
is overwhelming and it will grow even where it is not wanted. Author and
activist, Shane Claiborne, compares it to kudzu, a wild vine that could
blanket entire mountain areas, smother trees, and even crack cement
People of Jesus’ time may have preferred the image of the lofty
"cedars of Lebanon" to explain God’s kingdom where the nations could
build nests like the eagles do. Now that image may have gotten a few
cheers from the crowd! Mustard plants however, only stand a few feet
tall. Jesus is turning the ideals of power and triumph on their head
again. The image we have here is of the birds who find a home in this
little shrub which cannot be curtailed. It will grow even where it is
not wanted. Watch out this week for glimpses of this "mustard seed"
kingdom quietly growing.