- Saturday 28th October
7:00pm Mary & James Doyle and members of the Fanning Family,
Carrigbán. John O Connor, Glaslacken and deceased members of the O
Connor family. Bridie Hayes and members of the Hayes Family Church
- Sunday 29th October
12:00 Noon Johnny Bennett, Ryland Road.
- Thursday 2nd November
9:00am John Wall Irish Street.
- Saturday 4th November
7:00pm Paddy Dillon Main Street months mind. Patrick Farrell
Clohamon & Bridie Farrell McKenna. Paddy Moorhead 1st Anniversary
- Sunday 5th November
9:00am Park Foley Ballypreacus.
12:00 Noon James and Kathleen Kavanagh.
Sunday 22nd October : €77.40
Thank You for your Generosity.
St Mary Magdalene Kilmyshall
Saturday 28th October 8:00pm Ann Dunne Ballypreacus, 1st Anniversary.
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 waters of Baptism we welcome into our
community: Ava Catherine Waters Horan
Fr. O’ Connor will visit the sick and house-bound in Kilbranish,
Carrigduff, & Gurteen on Thursday 2nd November and all other areas on
Friday 3rd November.
Congratulations to Therese Murphy and Andy Nolan who were married in
The Church of the Most Holy Trinity in Bunclody .We wish them every
happiness and joy in their lives together.
Annual Remembrance Mass
Annual Remembrance Mass for the Dead Fri. evening 17th November at
Most Holy Trinity Mass time for Feast of All Saints
7:00pm Tuesday 31st October
11:00am Wednesday 1st November
2nd November Feast of All Souls 9:00am and 7:00pm
St. Mary Magdalene Mass times 31st Oct All Saints Vigil Mass 8:00pm
All Saints Mass Nov 1st 10:30am
Save the 8th amendment
The National Canvass Day, which was postponed due to Storm Brian,
will now be held on Saturday 4th November. Please contact Helena on 087
2981506 to find out where your nearest N.C.D event is taking place.
Summer Time will end
..on the 29th of October. Clocks will go back 1 Hour.
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. All
saints day is an obligation vigil at 8pm. Holy mass at 10:30pm.
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.
300-1 club: Draw this weekend Saturday 28th Oct.
Kilmyshall Church & Kilmyshall N.S. Split the Pot Draw .
Winner: Seller: . Thank you for your support. 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 - November 2017
- Saturday: Patrick Murphy
- Sunday: Janette O’Neil
Ministers of the Word - November 2017
- Saturday 4th Nov. Nicole Hewson
- Sunday 5th Nov. Cahill Sweeney
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.
Special Ministers for November 2017
Ministers of the Word:
- 7:00pm: Willie Doyle
- 9:00am: Helena Byrne
- 12 Noon: John Varghese
- 7:00pm: Mick Roche/ Margaret Barry
- 9:00am: Joe Byrne
- 12 Noon: Maureen Byrne / Liz Whelan
- 7:00pm : C
- 9:00am : A
- 12 Noon : B
- Sarah Burke / Margaret Barry
The Weavers' Cottage
..Museum and garden is nestled in the picturesque village of Clonegal
which has been beautifully restored to its original condition. Come and
see the artefact's from bygone days, take a step back in time and listen
to the history relayed by our guides. Opening hours Monday
9.00am—5.00pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 9.30am - 1.30pm & Sunday 12-
At ArtBank this week
Tuesday 31st to Saturday 4th November, ‘’Art From Music’’ Exhibition
recycled Vinyl Discs transformed into art.
Wednesday 1st November : Lara Workshop.
Saturday 4th November : Dress4Mess Children's workshop 12.00 to 1.30 pm
Currently on display in Shop Window in Bunclody "Oct.-Ave" Abdominal
ArtBank is open Tuesday to Saturday 2.00 to 5.30 pm. For more
information 0539375200, email@example.com
The church gate collection for Cancer Research will be held on 4th &
5th of November. We look forward to your continued support for this
Hope For Cancer Support Centre
The Hope Cancer Support Centre would like to invite all those who have
been touched by cancer (or other illnesses or loss) to join them at
their annual Candle of Hope Service on Friday 3rd November in St.
Aidan’s Cathedral Enniscorthy at 8pm. If you are unable to attend you
can still partake by lighting your own candle and listening to South
East Radio who will broadcast will broadcast the service live on air.
Vacancies at Home Instead Senior Care
Qualified experienced Caregivers to care for elderly people and
people with disabilities in the Bunclody and surrounding areas,
Fetac level 5, experience preferred. You must have a car, hours to suit
family life. Please send your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org or
call our office for a chat 053 9184042 / 087 2524536
Manual Handling Course
I am running a free manual handling course on November 7th in St.
Aidan’s Hall only for unemployed people in the area contact Sandra Walsh
Parent and Toddler Group
Parent and toddler Group will not run on Wed. 1st November due to
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
The price of love is love. It cannot be evaluated. We search for it
as if panning for gold. Not to have experienced love makes the search
more desperate. The entire story of creation and salvation is centred on
this belief. Yet, many have yet to hear and grasp the significance of
this. When we do know the unconditional love God has for us it makes a
difference. We can take spiritual comfort in it when we feel unloved.
‘Come me all you who labour and are heavy burdened, and I will give you
To know that ‘God is love’ is reassuring. However, for the poor and
destitute it may not be much comfort unless love is coupled with
justice. As Michael Paul Gallagher once put it: 'To claim to love Jesus
but not to love your neighbour is not love’. Love demands demonstration.
Mothers and Fathers do it, husbands and wives do it, brothers and
sisters do it, friends do it, and carers do it, in many heroic and
unconditional ways. We need to celebrate this love which is tangible and
evident. It is Christian witness on a daily basis. And then there are
those who go beyond the call of duty; the people go the extra mile.
‘Love’, as A.W. Richard Snipe wrote, ’is a lonely business…Experience
teaches us that love involves inevitable risks, separations, conflicts
and losses that are only intensified by the depth of our loves. ’True
love can set us apart. It is no wonder Jesus was nailed to a cross.
In the end, as Alfred Lord Tennyson said: ‘Tis better to have loved
and lost /Than never to have loved at all .’