Friday, January 29, 2016

Update 29th January

Catholic Schools Week 2016
The theme of Catholic Schools Week this year is  Challenged to Proclaim God’s Mercy.
Prayer For Catholic Schools Week :
Dear God,
Help us to be open to the challenge of proclaiming your mercy in the modern world. Guide our school to be rooted in your example. Open our hearts to reflect yourloving mercy in all we do, and inspire us to be brave in answering the call to ‘proclaim your mercy’. As we journey through this week, strengthen us to reignite the Catholic ethos upon which our school was formed. Amen

7.30 p.m. :  Michael Brennan, Maura Clarke, Mary Clifford, Alan Deane
9:30 a.m.  : Teresa Sweeney, Kathleen Brennan, Andrew Carr
11:30 a.m. :  Francis Walsh, Marie Wynne, Teresa Carty, Kathleen Candon

7.30 p.m. :   Michael Gilmartin
9:30 a.m. :   Bernie Kemple
11.30a.m. :   Noel Kennedy

February Feast Days:
Monday 1st February: Feast of St. Bridget
Tuesday 2nd February: The Presentation of the Lord also Candlemas.
Wednesday 3rd February: Feast of St. Blaise. Blessing of Throats after all Masses.
Please note: There will be Mass at 7.30p.m. on Wednesday evening.

First Friday:
Friday 5th February is the First Friday of the month.

Confessions before all Masses.

Communion Calls:
Fr. Gerry will make his Communion Calls on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th February
Fr. John will make his Communion Calls on Tuesday 9th February.

SHOUT (Sligo Hospital Oncology Trust):
A Church Gate collection in Aid of S.H.O.U.T will be held after all Masses next weekend February 6th and 7th. Anyone willing to help out with the collection please contact Mary Regan on 071-9663544. Your support would be appreciated.

Grange National School:
Grange National School will celebrate Grandparents' Day on Wednesday 3rd February. All grandparents are welcome to visit the school from 11.15 am to 12.30 pm.

Offertory Collection amounted to €2581.79 on Sunday 24th January.

Masses will be offered as follows:
Monday 10.00 a.m. Packie Simon
Tuesday 10.00 a.m. Bertie and James Wynne
Wednesday 10.00a.m.
7.30p.m. Paddy O’ Rourke
Feast of St. Blaise
Thursday 10.00a.m. Darragh  Dooley
Friday 10.00a.m.
7.30p.m. John and Kathleen Tansey, J.P. and Bina McCormack, Attracta Jones, Jimmy and Winifred Egan, Pax McLoughlin, Pat and Rita Killalea
Saturday 10.00a.m. Eamon Downes (Months Mind)
Vigil 7.30p.m. Tom and Mary Supple and The Deceased Family Members
Sunday 9.30a.m. People of the Parish
11.30a.m. Brendan and Moira Sheerin

Brothers of Charity
Brothers of Charity are looking for people to train as Support Workers on their Community Employment scheme. This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to re-enter the workplace whilst doing very worthwhile work in the community.
Eligibility criteria applies. Please call 087 145 6587 for more details.

South Leitrim Cancer Support Group:
South Leitrim Cancer Support Group meet on the first Tuesday of every month at 8p.m. in St. Georges Heritage Centre, Carrick on Shannon. Serving South Leitrim and North Roscommon. Everyone with a cancer diagnosis and family members are welcome. For further information please contact Sligo Cancer Centre on 071-9170433.

Boyle GAA Club
Registration Evening next Thursday evening
February 4th from 7.00pm - 9.30pm in Boyle GAA Clubrooms. This registration
is for U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 & U18 boys.  Cost of registration for U8's &
U10's is €40. Cost for all other ages is €50. If you are registering for the first time, please bring your Birth Certificate (Long version if possible).

Fresh Start
Fresh Start is a GRETB funded training course for people who wish to explore their work options and update or develop new skills.  It is particularly suited to persons on a social welfare allowance with short or long term health difficulties. If you wish to enquire about the course please contact Regina or Caroline at National Learning Network Castlerea on 094 962 0374.

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