Bonane and Glengarriff Parish
Fr Michael Moynihan, Parish Priest
Tel: (027) 63045
Mobile: (087) 6551902
Mass times and intentions for Glengarriff
Sat 19th 8.00pm: Sinead Deasy, The Village 1st A
Sun 20th 11.30am: Kathleen D’Arcy
Mon 21st: No Mass
Tues 22nd: No Mass
Wed 23rd 10.00am: John (Jackie) Crowley, Loughavowl, months mind
Thurs 24th 7.00pm: Pat D’Arcy, The Village, recently deceased
Fri 25th 7.00pm: James and Ellen Galvin, Dirreenagorrrig and deceased family members.
Sat 26th 11.00am: Peggy O’Sullivan Ardnatrush, recently deceased, and deceased relatives
Sat 26th 8.00pm: Eugene Connolly, Dromgarriff
Sun 27th 11.30: Florence O’Brien, Direenagorrig
Rotas for Glengarriff next week
Ministers of the Word
Saturday: Niamh Cotter
Sunday: Mary D’Arcy
Ministers of the Eucharist
Saturday 26th: Sheila Murphy and Verna Mulcahy
Sunday: Mary O’Shea and Mona Knuettel
Collectors for August
Saturday: to be notified
Sunday: Chris Harrington and Gerard Galvin
Know Mary, Know Jesus, Dare to Believe. This is the title of a Catholic Young Adults Conference which is being held on 2nd-3rd September in All Hallows, Dublin. A fantastic weekend packed full of interesting events and open to all 18-40 year old. The Legion of Mary in the Kerry Diocese wish to sponsor two young people to attend. They will cover the travel and the full residential accommodation. Please contact Patricia at 0879048659
Exposition of Blessed Sacrament Friday 6.30 to 7.00pm
Mass times and intentions for Bonane
Sun 20th 9.30am: Eileen O’Reilly, Garrymore + Dublin
Sunday 27th 9.30am: People of the Parish
Eucharistic Minister 20th/27th David Reilly
Bantry Credit Union Third-Level Education Scholarship Scheme: Each year Bantry Credit Union awards one Third-Level Education Scholarship, which is worth up to €6,000 over four years. The closing date for receipt of application forms for the 2017 award is Tuesday, 29 August. Further details and application forms are available from the credit union office.
A meeting Glengarriff Biodiversity group will take place on Wednesday August 23rd at 7.00pm in the sacristy area of Sacred Heart Church, Glengarriff.
Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes led by Bishop Ray Browne 2nd – 7th Sept. ex Kerry Airport. Some seats available. Contact Janice 064 7758219 email: email@example.com
Glengarriff GAA, children’s sports and pitch party at Pairc Garbh, on Sunday Aug 20th from 12.30 to 2.30pm. Races and novelty events for children and parents. All underage players invited.
Thought for the day In today’s Gospel, Jesus changes his mind! How is that possible? Twice in Matthew’s Gospel, Jesus limits his ministry to the “lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matt 10:6; 15:24). In today’s story, however, a very feisty woman, clearly not a daughter of Abraham, with her urgency and her witty retort, brings Jesus to recognise the needs of those beyond the ethnic conﬁnes of the Jewish people. They are ordinary human beings too, just as much in need of the Good News of the Kingdom as anyone else. Prayer We believe and we know, O God, that you love the human race, without make any distinction of persons or rank. Inspire us to see you in everyone we meet, for all are your children and you are the father of us all. KOM
On duty Sun 20th is Fr John Kerin 086 1918246
The next Marriage Encounter Weekends will be:
17-19 Nov 2017 at The Lake Hotel, Killarney.
2-4 March 2018 at The Cork International Airport Hotel.
Padre Pio Overnight trip to Knock on Sept 16th with overnight stay. Contact Beatrice 087 6728615.
Jesus compared the kingdom of Heaven
To a net cast into the sea which catches all kinds of fish.
When it is full, the fisherman haul it ashore,
and sorts out the good fish from the worthless fish.
The good he keeps, the worthless he throws away.
In a sense, all of us are fishers.
Each day we cast our net into he sea of life.
At the end of the day we have a catch,
sometimes small, sometimes large.
May we take the time to sift through the catch.
And may you, Lord, give us the wisdom to know,
what to keep and what to throw away.
Advice from An Garda Síochana to Pedestrians
Be Safe Be Seen Arrive Alive
· Wear bright clothing during hours of darkness/consider carrying a torch.
· Where there is no footpath walk facing traffic (on the right).
· Stop and listen before you cross the road.
Please take care on the roads.
If there are any people from the area in Hospital or long-term care you might contact me (Fr Michael) at 0876551902 and I will arrange to visit them