St John the Evangelist

New Ferry, in the Diocese of Shrewsbury, Reg. Charity 234025

Fr. Frank Rice;

Revd. Philip White; Revd. Michael Daly phone: 0151 645 3314

email: stjohntheevangelist

websites: www.stjohnevang.co.uk www.lpa24.org

1st Sunday of Lent Yr. B 2012

FAITH IN FOCUS: FIGHTING BACK

‘Spiritual warfare’ is not a very popular term because it tends to conjure up the image of Christians who are besieged by a hostile world and holed up in some sort of religious system which is a bastion against all progress and development. Sometimes it is the rallying call for off-balance people who want to ban all pleasure and find fault in the most innocent of things. The Church, of course, is not an organisation that is primarily against things. It’s in favour of life and goodness in all its forms. It’s something wholesome and positive.

Yet in today’s scriptures we cannot escape spiritual warfare. We find Noah’s ark battling the floodwaters of all that is evil, and we meet Jesus in the wilderness fighting off the temptations of the devil.

There is no doubting that evil exists in our world. There’s no need here to give a long catalogue of terrible things that happen day by day. We can all cite the examples. And even more speedily we can recall the various ways in which we ourselves co-operate with evil. For evil is not just something that other people get involved in. We are tempted each day to become part of it. Far from being something terrible, like genocide or war, evil creeps up on us in the simplest and craftiest of disguises. It may be the gossip we chip in with that blackens someone’s character, the small act of dishonesty that weakens us for the next time, the festering coldness with which we treat members of our family or the prejudice we house for certain types of people. Evil starts as a small seed and is prepared to bide its time.

But it is never too late to fight back against sin and evil. God told Noah that although the world had turned from goodness and truth he would never allow evil to get the better of humanity. And Jesus himself, although he was really tempted at the roots, gave us the pattern to fight against temptation. God has made a covenant with us that ensures we can never be overcome against our will.

Lent is the period for taking stock of how we allow evil to take hold of us. And with God’s grace it’s the period for fighting back.

I establish my Covenant with you: nothing of flesh shall be swept away again by the waters of the flood. There shall be no flood to destroy the earth again.

(Genesis 9:11)

WORD FOR TODAY

As Lent begins we are reminded that there is nothing in this world that can ever overcome God’s loving care for us. No hold, no addiction, no temptation can ever be greater than God’s grace. In the next forty days we pledge ourselves to co-operate with God’s call to conversion and repentance.

Blessed is he who has never been tempted, for he knows not the frailty of his rectitude.(Christopher Morley)

Have you ever wanted to run away with your neighbour’s wife? If you have not, then do not condemn the man who does…you might have done likewise.

(H R L Sheppard)

FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT

The danger with Lent is that we think of it as “repentance” multiplied by six. In fact it is a journey with recognisable signposts as the weeks go by. This year (Year B) it is characterised by the challenge to be considered fools for Christ’s sake. Our renewal involves pledging ourselves to values that seem sheer madness to the consumer mentality of much of our world. So we confront our temptations (Sunday 1) and we take comfort from the promise of glory (Sunday 2). We profess lives moulded by God’s will rather than our own (Sunday 3). As we recognise our need to be born again and believe in the power of Christ’s saving death (Sunday 4), we acknowledge that we are only fully alive when we die to those aspects of our character that most drag us down (Sunday 5). (Oliver Todd)

1st. Sun Lent Yr. B 26th. 5.30pm 10am

8pm

George Hunt

Parishioners

Prayer Meeting

Mon 27th. 9.15 Sean Barratt
Tues 28th. 9.15 Theresa Toner
Wed 29th. 9.15 Eleanor McGuigan
Thurs. 1st. 9.15 Eddie Foley
Fri 2nd 9.15

2pm

Ted McKeene

Women’s world day of prayer.Hr. Bebington URC

2nd.Sun Lent Yr. B 4th. 5.30pm

10am

3pm.

8pm

Parishioners

Nan & Patrick Corr

Stations of the cross

Prayer Meeting

Please pray for our sick and those who care for them

John Price, Frances Heslin, Liam Halpen, Philomena Moore, Margaret Randles, Michael Collins, Teresa McLean, Josie Cohen, Peter Williamson, Kathy Smith, Marjorie Hoey, Mrs H McCormack, Esther Roche, Fay Challoner, Sheila Stockley, Joan & Charles Reynolds, Kath Holland, Mary Bryden, Owen & JosieToohey, Betty Kennedy, Helen Worth, Christopher Hadfield, Christopher & Raymond McNally, Mark Harrison, Genevieve Foster, Aileen McGuigan. & Chris Foster, Norah & John McManus. Remember also those in the parish who do not wish their illness to be made public but who also need our prayers.

Money- thank you

Offertory £955 94p.

Boiler £20

120 Club No.113 M Rooney £20

The SVP are to have a monthly retiring collection to boost their funds which go to help the poor. We will give you a week’s notice but can’t specify a particular Sunday because of other demands on your purse strings. The first of these collections will take place next weekend.

As you see above there is to be a service of Stations of the Cross next Sunday (2nd in Lent) and again on the 4th Sunday.

Pope’s Intentions March 2012

General Intention: Contribution of Women. That the whole world may recognise the contribution of women to the development of society.

Missionary Intention:Persecuted Christians. That the Holy Spirit may grant perseverance to those who suffer discrimination, persecution, or death for the name of Christ, particularly in Asia.

In April, at the Little Theatre Grange Rd West, the Carlton Players present the Hound of the Baskervilles, based on the book by Arthur Conan Doyle. The performance which is to be given on Tuesday 24th April is in aid of the SVP of the area. Performance starts 7.30 but gather from 7pm.Tickets are £6 and are available from Teresa Young. Please rehearse your blood- curdling screams in advance (at home).

Fairtrade fortnight will soon be upon us. It starts on 27th February and runs until 11thMarch. The produce from Fairtrade sources easily matches that produced by nonFairtrade outlets. The goods are very varied and there are sure to be things you could buy in preference to non Fairtrade items, so get ready to use your hard earned cash during the two weeks which highlight Fairtrade.

On 30th March at 7.30pm in the parish hall, there will be a dance to celebrate St Patrick’s Day (albeit belatedly).

Tickets a mere £5 Tel.201 5837 or see Maria Fryer. List at back of church as numbers limited.

Llangollen Male Voice Choir is to perform at St Alban’s Liscard on Friday 16thMarch at 7pm. Tickets are just £5 from Phil Corcoran 637 1617. Proceeds are in aid of the Lourdes Nurses Fund. Nurses who go to Lourdes with the Diocese give up their own holidays to look after the sick and most of them also pay their expenses from their own funds. The Lourdes Nurses’ fund helps provide a subsidy for those who are unable to fund themselves.

Please take home your personal copy of the Bishop’s pastoral letter to read in your own time.

If you are lucky enough to be in Wales on March the first, you will find the country in a festive mood. Every self-respecting man, woman and child will be celebrating St. David’s Day in one way or another. Saint David, or Dewi Sant, as he is known in the Welsh language, is the patron saint of Wales. Dewi was a very gentle person who lived a frugal life. It is claimed that he ate mostly bread and herbs. Despite this supposedly meagre diet, it is reported that he was tall and physically strong. Dewi travelled far on his missionary journeys through Wales, where he established several churches. He also travelled to the south and west of England and Cornwall as well as Brittany and possibly Ireland. It is claimed that Dewi lived for over 100 years, and it is generally accepted that he died in 589. His last words to his followers were in a sermon on the previous Sunday. These are transcribed as ‘Be joyful, and keep your faith and your creed. Do the little things that you have seen me do and heard about. I will walk the path that our fathers have trod before us.’ ‘Do the little things’ (‘Gwnewch ypethau bychain’) is today a very well-known phrase in Welsh, and has proved an inspiration to many.

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St John the Evangelist

New Ferry, in the Diocese of Shrewsbury, Reg. Charity 234025

Fr. Frank Rice;

Revd. Philip White; Revd. Michael Daly phone: 0151 645 3314

email: stjohntheevangelist

websites: www.stjohnevang.co.uk www.lpa24.org

7th. Sunday of Year B February 19th. 2012

FAITH IN FOCUS: RESTORED TO HEALTH

Fiona had a row on the phone with her daughter Rose. She was uptight about having to go to the hospital to have a lump checked out and she lashed out at Rose, accusing her of not caring and not visiting her enough particularly when she was feeling so low. Some awful things were said and eventually Rose put the phone down.

This was preying on Fiona’s mind as she sat in the Out-Patients waiting to be called in. She loved Rose and yet she had hurt the one she loved. She wished she could take it all back, but she had other things on her mind now.

In fact, the row with Rose had actually made her feel worse. It was as if she felt a lesser person because of what she had said and done. In her own mind she did not class what had happened as a sin, but she did recognise that it was very damaging to their relationship and was hurtful to Rose. She felt the need to put things right once more if she could find a good way of doing it.

The doctor gave her a thorough examination and was pleased to tell her that the lump was the result of something minor and so she would not need surgery and had no long-term problem to cope with. Relieved, she thanked the doctor and went out into the corridor. But she was still only on cloud eight. And she knew why.

Just as she got to the main entrance she was startled and surprised to see Rose rushing towards her. Apparently she had tried to make it in time to be with Fiona for the appointment but had missed the bus. The two of them hugged each other and Fiona was bubbling over with her good news.

A day that had started out with fears over physical health and a ruptured relationship had ended in forgiveness and well-being. She hardly knew which to be more thankful for!

What happened to Fiona is the very thing that occurred with the paralysed man whom Jesus cured. For Jesus showed that he came to restore people to real, deep-down health, to set them right with God and with each other. Jesus was no doctor even though he did cure people. He was much more; he was a healer. And he can heal the whole person: body and soul.

The cure that Jesus effects is more than taking away the man’s paralysis. He takes away his sins too. Jesus goes beyond the merely physical to the core of the man’s personality. He restores him to that level of well-being that comes only from knowing we are at rights with God.

SEVENTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR
Suicide is the only reasonable alternative unless there is real forgiveness. There is no way any of us can live with ourselves, or with others as bad as ourselves, unless the blood of Jesus Christ cleanses us from our guilt and shame. I work daily with those whose crimes are nauseating to any reasonable person. The stink of sin would be unbearable but for the historical reality, the moral reality, of the cross which reduces us all to the common ground of sinners who are equally deserving of hell and equally needing the mercy of God.(Prison worker)

He who cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he must pass.

(George Herbert)

It has been said that charity is the pardoning of the unpardonable and the loving of the unlovable. (R H Benson)

Fairtrade fortnight will soon be upon us. It starts on 27th February and runs until 11th March. The produce from Fairtrade sources easily matches that produced by non Fairtrade outlets. The goods are very varied and there are sure to be things you could buy in preference to non Fairtrade items, so get ready to use your hard earned cash during the two weeks which highlight Fairtrade.

7th. Sun Yr. B 19th. 5.30pm 10am

6.30

Parishioners

John Price

Prayer Meeting

Mon 20th. 9.15 John J Kelly
Tues 21st. 9.15

7.30

Jim Sweatman

Pardon, Pancakes & Peace

Ash Wed. 22nd. 9.15

7.30

Benefactors of SSCF

Private Int.

Thurs. 23rd. 12.30 Funeral Mass

Eleanor McGuigan

Fri 24th. 9.15 Pat McNeil
1st Sun of Lent Yr. B 26th. 5.30pm

10am

8pm

George A Hunt

Parishioners

Prayer Meeting

Please pray for our sick and those who care for them

John Price, Frances Heslin, Liam Halpen, Philomena Moore, Margaret Randles, Michael Collins, Teresa McLean, Josie Cohen, Peter Williamson, Kathy Smith, Marjorie Hoey, Mrs H McCormack, Esther Roche, Fay Challoner, Sheila Stockley, Joan & Charles Reynolds, Kath Holland, Mary Bryden, Owen & JosieToohey, Betty Kennedy, Helen Worth, Christopher Hadfield, Christopher & Raymond McNally, Mark Harrison, Genevieve Foster, Aileen McGuigan. & Chris Foster, Norah & John McManus. Remember also those in the parish who do not wish their illness to be made public but who also need our prayers.

Money- thank you

Offertory £848 82p.

Boiler £3.50p

120 Club Winner No 25 Fred Archbold £20

On 30th March at 7.30pm in the parish hall, there will be a dance to celebrate St Patrick’s Day (albeit belatedly).

Tickets a mere £5 Tel.201 5837 or see Maria Fryer. List at back of church as numbers limited. Please bring your own or substitute!

Our deep sympathy is with Bernard McGuigan following the sudden death of his wife Eleanor last weekend. Please pray for him.

DAY FOR THE UNEMPLOYED (February 26th)

We remember:

Those young people who have never had a proper job since leaving school.

Those who have found themselves out of work which they have done for years.

Those who have been unlawfully dismissed.

Those who are exploited in sweat shops throughout the world.

Those who have been sidelined for financial profit.

Those whose livelihood is at the mercy of multi-national organisations.

Those whose working day poses no challenge to their creativity and skills.

Those who are given tasks that are menial and lacking in respect.

Those who find no fulfilment in their work.

Those who are not coping with retirement.

Those who cannot find work.

It is that time of year again when we look forward to getting r spiritual house in order as we prepare for Lent. In the tradition which we have established over the several years we will have our service of Pardon & Pancakes next Tuesday 21st February at 7.30pm. Please invite all your sinful friends!

Collection for CAFOD

Shrewsbury Catholic Charismatic Renewal Weekend at Pantasaph Friary, 2nd-4th March. Cost £90. Speaker Fr. Brendan Rice. Details Ann Murray

Edite Gregory and family send their heartfelt thanks to all the parishioners at St John’s who have sent messages, cards and flowers following the death of Ivan. Edite extends her thanks to all who attended the funeral and for all your prayers.

22nd is Ash Wednesday which brings the start of our Lenten Pilgrimage of 40 days. I hope you will join me in trying to make it the best ever so that when Easter comes we feel well prepared to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus

On 29th Feb, St John’s will host the first of a series of Lenten meetings arranged by Bebington Churches Together. Coffee, worship & Lunch- I hope we will be well represented!

Thursday 23rdFebruary 2012 7.15pm

Ecumenical Service of prayer and intercession will be held this month at St Michael and All Angels Woodchurch. All Welcome

Llangollen Male Voice Choir is to perform at St Alban’s Liscard on Friday 16thMarch at 7pm. Tickets are just £5 from Phil Corcoran 637 1617. Proceeds are in aid of the Lourdes Nurses Fund. Nurses who go to Lourdes with the Diocese give up their own holidays to look after the sick and most of them also pay their expenses from their own funds. The Lourdes Nurses’ fund helps provide a subsidy for those who are unable to fund themselves.

In April, at the Little Theatre Grange Rd West, the Carlton Players present the Hound of the Baskervilles, based on the book by Arthur Conan Doyle. The performance which is to be given on Tuesday 24th April is in aid of the SVP of the area. Tickets are £6 and are available from Teresa Young. Please rehearse your blood- curdling screams in advance (at home).

St John the Evangelist

New Ferry, in the Diocese of Shrewsbury, Reg. Charity 234025

Fr. Frank Rice;

Revd. Philip White; Revd. Michael Daly phone: 0151 645 3314

email: stjohntheevangelist

websites: www.stjohnevang.co.uk www.lpa24.org

6th. Sunday of Year B February 12th. 2012

FAITH IN FOCUS: IF YOU WANT TO…

It seems that Jesus couldn’t go very long without curing people. There’s no doubt that he was a healer but he was not a doctor and he never claimed to be setting himself up as a physician. Yet he does want us to enjoy three types of healing:

Physical: Following Jesus’s example and command the Church continues to call upon God’s healing power to restore its sick members to health. This is not magic. It is the simple request that the person may not be laid low by illness, but may be sustained to bear the trials and hardships of sickness without being overwhelmed. We cannot say why some people recover through prayer and anointing while others do not. Only God knows. Yet we remain faithful to the age-old practice of prayer for the sick.

Psychological: Isolation is a negative thing. We were made to belong, to be part of God’s family and to be in the company of supportive friends and family. Sickness can cut us off from feeling that we are part of things. When Jesus cured the leper he restored him once more to where he belonged, to the community, to his family and friends. ‘Go and show yourself to the priests’ was Jesus’s way of asserting that the man was to be recognised as fully part of the community.

Spiritual: Health is about wholeness and wholeness is about knowing that we are made in God’s image: to be holy, loving and creative. Spiritual healing recognises that our actions sometimes obscure this image within us. To know that we are forgiven, that we are ransomed and restored in Christ, allows us to live the inner life that God intends for us. It lets us be at peace even in the midst of suffering. And more importantly it affirms us as integral members of the Body of Christ.

Maybe that’s why Jesus told the leper, ‘Of course I want to cure you!’

WORD OF GOD

A leper came to Jesus and pleaded on his knees: ‘If you want to, you can cure me.’

(Mark 1:40)

WORD FOR TODAY

God’s greatest desire is for us to be healthy, whole, connected to him and to each other. When Jesus cures the leper he brings him back literally within the community again by restoring him to his family and friends. At the Eucharist we eat and drink that gift of health and wholeness and are renewed by the body and blood of Christ as we join in the community’s prayer of praise and thanksgiving.

SIXTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR

Inner healing is concerned to bring to light the causes of the inner pain; to help the sufferer to interpret them correctly; and to release the person from the emotional grip of the past.(John Townroe)

The healing of the sick in His name is as much a part of the proclamation of the Kingdom as the preaching of the Good News of Jesus Christ.

(Lambeth Conference, 1978)

The refusal to forgive and be forgiven lies at the root of a great deal of sickness. Like a root it is as often as not hidden. For true health we have to forgive God, others and ourselves.

(Philip Pare)

This Sunday there will be an opportunity for married couples to renew their marriage vows during the 10am Mass.

6th. Sun Yr. B 12th. 5.30pm 10am

6.30

Gerry Kinsella

Parishioners

Prayer

Meeting

Mon 13th. 9.15 Doreen Tiernan
Tues 14th. 9.15 Arthur Evans
Wed 15th. 9.15 Donor’s Ints.
Thurs. 16th. 9.15 Fergus O’Brien
Fri 17th. 9.15 Vic Gemmell
Sat. 18th. 11.45 Carmelite Mass
7th. Sun Yr. B 19th. 5.30pm

10am

8pm

Gerry Kinsella

Parishioners

Prayer Meeting

Please pray for our sick and those who care for them

John Price, Frances Heslin, Liam Halpen, Philomena Moore, Margaret Randles, Michael Collins, Teresa McLean, Josie Cohen, Peter Williamson, Kathy Smith, Marjorie Hoey, Mrs H McCormack, Esther Roche, Fay Challoner, Sheila Stockley, Joan & Charles Reynolds, Kath Holland, Mary Bryden, Owen & Josie Toohey, Betty Kennedy, Helen Worth, Christopher Hadfield, Christopher & Raymond McNally, Mark Harrison, Genevieve Foster, Aileen McGuigan. & Chris Foster, Norah & John McManus. Remember also those in the parish who do not wish their illness to be made public but who also need our prayers.

Money- thank you

Offertory £1099.51p.

120 Club No. 64 T McLean

Dance Money £126

Why not browse our bookstall so that you are armed to start your Lenten journey-

Ash Wednesday is 21st.

If you can’t afford one then perhaps you can share with another person? I recommend them! If there is a particular book you would like us to get for you then we will do our best. Make cheques out to St John’s parish account.

Since it is half term, he Children’s liturgy will not take place for the next 2 Sundays 12th & 19th. The team look forward to seeing you all again on 26th at 10am. Enjoy the break!

On 30th March at 7.30pm in the parish hall, there will be a dance to celebrate St Patrick’s Day (albeit belatedly).

Tickets a mere £5 201 5837 or see Maria Fryer. List at back of church as numbers limited. Please bring your own Guinness or substitute!

Calling Parish Pastoral Team members! There will be a meeting at 7:30 on Wednesday 15th February. Please do your best to attend we have a lot to discuss…..

It is almost that time of year again when we look forward to getting r spiritual house in order as we prepare for Lent. In the tradition which we have established over the several years we will have our service of Pardon & Pancakes on Tuesday 21st February. Time will be announced next week. Please give advance warning to all your sinful friends!

Collection for CAFOD

Catholic Singles is an organisation which helps single adult Catholics of all ages meet, either one to one or through social events. Please tel. 0161 941 3498, visit the website info

On 18th February in the parish hall there will be a day for Revival from 10am until 4pm. Music- healing-shared table. The speaker is Roy Godwin author of The Grace Outpouring. Further details on the posters or contact Gerry on 645 1510

Helen & Ted Corrigan and family would like to express their heartfelt thanks for all the kindness and support shown them following the tragic death of their son Shaun.

The numerous funerals we have had this week has highlighted the great job done by Fred and Phil Price who come to assist the minister. It would be good if we could recruit someone else to lighten their load and help occasionally in such circumstances (lighting the thurible, holding the Holy Water container etc. ) In service training given by the duo. Male or female but I’m afraid you would have to be retired or not working!

See Fr. Frank or one of deacons.

Some of you may know that Mike wasn’t too well last Sunday and spent some time at Arrowe. He is ok for the moment but will need more investigations. Further bulletins will be pinned to the palace gates. Pray for him & his family.

St John the Evangelist
New Ferry, in the Diocese of Shrewsbury, Reg. Charity 234025
Fr. Frank Rice;
Revd. Philip White; Revd. Michael Daly phone: 0151 645 3314
email: stjohntheevangelist
websites: www.stjohnevang.co.uk www.lpa24.org

5th. Sunday of Year B January 5th. 2012
FAITH IN FOCUS: SIGN OF THINGS TO COME
‘Life is but a breath and my eyes will never again see joy.’ We can all sympathise with Job. He feels so downhearted that nothing seems worthwhile any more. And from time to time we can all end up asking what’s the point of life and whether it’s worth all the effort. We take our fair share of knocks and it’s easy to stay down rather than pick ourselves up and dust ourselves down.
That’s why the cures that Jesus worked came as such a bombshell to a people that had grown cynical about life. St Mark tells us that from the outset of his ministry Jesus attracted large crowds eager to see him perform cures on those who were sick.
Of course, Jesus was no doctor. But it was as if, for the crowd, these miracles validated his preaching claims. Anyone can preach, but someone who can back up their preaching with healing is surely worth listening to. And for Jesus these cures were not the be-all and end-all of his mission. They were signs of something else: the setting up of the kingdom of God.
From the start Jesus never claimed any credit for these miracles. He was up-front about where he got his power from: his Father. And it was his Father who had sent him to inaugurate a new way of life, a new style of living according to the values of the kingdom which was about to come.
Two thousand years on the Church continues this mission of proclaiming the kingdom to a world that is often as weary as Jesus’s listeners. In the midst of war, scandal, opposition and sheer human frailty we keep in mind that we are not trying to compete with other agencies, with governments or lifestyle promoters. Our message is radically different from any other. It says that God intends us to live in a way that puts others first, that thrives on self-sacrifice after the fashion of Christ and that has no time for the self-centred idealism of much of what advertisers and spin-doctors present us with today. For Christians are in the world but not of it. That’s because, warts and all, they are part of the kingdom of God. And as Jesus’s audience found out, despite the problems that each day might bring, the kingdom is very near.

WORD OF GOD
The whole town came crowding around the door, and he cured many who were suffering from diseases of one kind or another. (Mark 1:33)

WORD FOR TODAY
Whenever Jesus encountered suffering he always brought relief. This was a sign that he was establishing the kingdom of God on earth. In our prayer and worship today we ask for that healing presence of Christ and we renew our baptismal pledge to work for the coming of God’s kingdom.

FIFTH SUNDAY OF THE YEAR
A miracle is not the breaking of the laws of the fallen world; it is the re-establishment of the laws of the kingdom. (Archbishop Anthony Bloom)

The Kingdom of God is the outcome of a huge longing, a huge desire, born in the poor man’s heart and transferred into the pierced heart of the Poor Man par excellence…Christ. (Carlo Carretto)

It is a grave mistake to conclude that God’s truth lacks convicting power that only miracles can supply. Lack of faith is unbelief that derives from man’s basic rebellion against God, and it cannot be automatically created by seeing miracles. The rebel convinced of God’s miraculous power remains a rebel until he has surrendered himself to Christ. (David Hunt)
Pope’s prayer Intentions February 2012
General Intention: Access to Water. That all peoples may have access to water and other resources needed for daily life.
Missionary Intention: Health Workers. That the Lord may sustain the efforts of health workers assisting the sick and elderly in the world’s poorest regions.

5th. Sun Yr. B 5th. 5.30pm 10am

6.30

John Sawell

Parishioners

Prayer

Meeting

Mon 6th. 12md. Funeral Mass

Shaun Corrigan

Tues 7th. 12md Funeral Mass

Dennis Welch

Wed 8th. 9.15

6pm

Eddie Foley

Ivan Gregory brought to church

Thurs. 9th. 10.30.

12md

Funeral Mass

Ivan Gregory

Mary Harvey

Funeral Service

Fri 10th. 9.15 Clare Owens
6th. Sun Yr. B 12th. 5.30pm

10am

8pm

Gerry Kinsella

Parishioners

Prayer Meeting