- Saturday 25th November
7:00pm Eamon Griffin, Drumderry. Sean Cowman 1st Anniversary.
- Sunday 26th November
12:00 Noon Anthony Nolan & Margaret Rochford. Eamon Griffin,
Drumderry. Mary Kate & Michael McGrath. Trish Roche 1st Anniversary.
Cliodhna Quinlivan 2nd Anniversary mass. Mary Hendrick nee Nolan
Irish Street Anniversary Mass. Patrick Behan .
- Tuesday 28th November
9:00am Fr. Brendan Cantwell
- Saturday 2nd December
7:00pm Margaret Harrick, Main Street.
- Sunday 3rd December
12:00 Noon Sheila Tobin, Carrigduff.
Sunday 19th November €23.20 Thank You for your Generosity.
Saint Mary Magdalene Church Kilmyshall
- Saturday 25h November Johnny & Nellie Cummins Glasslackin.
- Sunday 26th November 10:30am Mona Martin 11th Anniversary.
- Saturday 2nd December Paddy Murphy 1st Anniversary. Margaret &
James Dreelan Ryland Lower. Sean Whelan Enniscorthy. Eilish O’Neil
Every Monday from 9.30am– 8.00pm
Tuesday to Friday 7:30—8:30am, Saturday 9:30—10:30am.
No Adoration on Bank Holidays.
We offer our deepest sympathy and prayers to the family and friends
Mary Hendrick (née Edwards) formerly of Craan Bunclody, Co Wexford. &
Annie Myler may they rest in peace.
We have a selection of Cards including Signed Sympathy Cards,
Birthday, Get Well, Sympathy, Mass Bouquets, Prayer Cards, Rosaries and
Baptismal Candles for sale in the Parish Office also Christmas Cards and
Fr. O’ Connor will visit the sick and house-bound in Kilbranish,
Carrigduff, & Gurteen on Thursday 30th November and all other areas on
Friday 1st December.
8th Amendment of the Constitution
The Consecration of the 8th Amendment of the Constitution to the
Immaculate and Sorrowful Heart of Mary will take place in Bunclody
Parish Church on Friday 8th of December at 7.30 pm. There will be the
Holy Rosary, the Litany of Our lady, the Prayer of Consecration and
Solemn Benediction of the Blessed Eucharist.
Wexford Parish and Clonard Parish invite you to Taize prayer. Taize
is a form of meditation through music, readings, and silence. Please
join us for our opening night on Sunday, December 10th at 7pm in the
Clonard Day Chapel. All are welcome
.. supporting Friends of Calcutta"( CHY 13218) on Friday December 1st
from 2pm-5pm All items of wearable clothing most appreciated
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.
Kilmyshall Church & Kilmyshall N.S. Split the Pot 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 .
Ministers of the Eucharist - December 2017
- Saturday: Martin Cullen
- Sunday: A nne Tyndall
Ministers of the Word - December 2017
- Saturday 2nd December: Derry Mahon
- Sunday 3rd December : Ben Martin
Local Meetings are held on Tuesdays & Saturdays at 8:30 pm in
Brennan’s Market Sq.
Every Monday Night in Day Care Centre.
St Vincent de Paul
Local Confidential helpline 087 3696883, please call if you need
help. S.V.P. re-quest 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 Practice resumes in Bunclody every Tuesday at 7:30pm. Rosary
recited for the sick of the parish at 7:15 pm. New members most welcome.
If you have a family member, relative or friend who is ill or at home in
hospital, please let any choir member know if you wish them to be
remembered in the ro-sary and prayers for the sick. All are welcome to
join in the prayer.
Special Ministers for Decemer 2017
Ministers of the Word:
- 7:00pm: Patsy Cowman
- 9:00am: Gertrude Rowlands
- 12 Noon: Anita Somers Doyle
- 7:00pm: Goretti Kavanagh / Maura Whelan
- 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
The Monday Club
Christmas Evening will take place on Friday the 1st of December in
the Millrace Hotel from 4-10pm where you will be greeted with Mulled
Wine for the Adults and a Hot Chocolate for the kids (4-6pm Only). The
Christmas evening will showcase a wide variety of crafts from
personalized mugs, Christmas socks, aprons, hampers, angel gifts,
jewellery, flowers, angel card readings, candles, fairy houses, perfume
and much more. We will also have a raffle in aid of The Monday Club
which includes a meal for two for the Steak Night in the Millrace Hotel.
We will also be joined by our local Drama Group Shine Bright Theatre who
will be performing Christmas Carols in aid of Make A Wish Foundation
from 7:30-8:30pm (Please Support). Admission free hope you can join us
for a relaxed Christmas evening of festive cheer.
Mon 4th of December : " Laughter Yoga" with Mary Wilson from Sonny
Holistic Therapy. Laughter Yoga helps the immune system, reduce stress
and to help increase happiness, so come along and join us for a good old
Entrance Fee: €4 which includes Tea/Coffee & Light Lunch
This Club will suit the 60+ age group. Transport not provided.
Mount Leinster Community Employment
Vacancies Grounds/Maintenance Person for Bunclody A.F.C and 2 Tidy
Towns General Operatives Bunclody. See posters around Bunclody area. To
be eligible you MUST be in receipt of a payment for one year from DEASP
and be over 21 years. Enquiries to Bunclody Parish Office 053 9376190.
Closing Date Extended to Friday 1st December.
Parish Coffee Morning
Come and Join us. Coffee and mince pies served. On Saturday 9th
December, in the pastoral centre, after 11:00 Mass. All are welcome.
The Parish of Kilrush
..present Christmas with the Willoughby Brothers in St. Brigids
Church, Kilrush, on Sunday 10th December at 8pm. Entrance is €20 with
all proceeds going to parish funds.
..will take place on Sunday the 26th of November from 10-5pm in
Bunclody Golf Club, we will have a variety of stalls attending our
market from children's books, children's tracksuits/clothes, trainers,
mugs, Christmas crafts, flowers, photography, soap, hampers and much
more We will also be having a raffle in Aid of Bunclody Daycare with
some fabulous prizes. Admission free so please come along and get your
Christmas shopping of to a great start in a fabulous surroundings.
Remember to Shop Local Support Local. Thanks for your continuing
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
From a very young age, children tend to hear a lot about royalty.
Popular fairytales, many of them around for hundreds of years, tell
tales of beautiful princesses, brave princes, and noble, wise, old kings
and queens. They transport children into a world of extravagant palaces
and riches beyond anything they could imagine. Modern children’s stories
and cartoons continue the fascination, but many now turn the traditional
stereo-types on their head. Princesses no longer wait to be rescued, but
take their fate into their own hands. Princes don’t necessarily want to
be brave or to become the next king.
In the time of Jesus kings were powerful rulers, and some were
tyrants. We know from earlier in Matthew’s Gospel that King Herod was
capable of brutal acts. There were expectations too about the Messianic
King who would lead a rebellion on earth.
The king that Jesus talks about turns these images upside down. He is
a fair judge, a shepherd who looks after his flock., inviting all who
act with justice and generosity to take their place in his kingdom. He
is also in solidarity with the ‘least’ of his people. Who ever heard of
a king who knows what it’s like to be in need of food, clothing, or
company? But Jesus is a different sort of royalty. His kingdom is not
based on power or riches, but charity, compassion and forgiveness.