Ss Peter & Pauls Parish Notes 22.07.17

by admin on 22/07/2017

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Ss. Peter and Pauls, Clonmel
Sunday 23rd July 2017
Canon Brendan Crowley: 61 26292
Fr. Michael Toomey 61 23239 Office: 61 22138
Rev. Deacon Lazarus Gidolf 052 61 22138

Remember Those Who Died Recently:
Noel Culligan, College Ave.
Frank Lawless Brisbane Australia, late Kilcash.
Peter (Sunny) Daniels, Ard Fatima.
Tommy Byrne, Ard Fatima.
William (Bill) Peters, Oliver Plunkett Tce.

Months Mind of:
Sandy Stokes, Aidan Kilkelly.

Anniversaries of
Mollie McMahon, Maggeg Sheehan,
Stanley Griffin, Billy McEvany,
Kathleen Kehoe, John Hanton, Ellen Mulcahy, Patrick and Mary Lawlor.

Masses this Weekend
Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church
7.30pm Aidan Kilkelly (Months Mind)
11.00am People of the Parish
12.30pm Stanley Griffin (Anniv)

Church of the Resurrection
10am Maggeg Sheehan (Anniv)

Masses Next Weekend
Ss. Peter & Paul’s Church
7.30pm Arthur O’Malley (Months Mind) and his wife Ida O’Malley (Anniv)
11.00am Patrick and Josephine Burke (Anniv)
12.30pm Mass as Usual

Church of the Resurrection
10am People of the Parish

Minsters 29th/30th July 2017
Ss Peter & Paul’s & Resurrection
Ministers of the Word: Team B
Extraordinary Ministers of H C: Team 2
Altar Servers : St. Peter’s.

PARISH INFORMATION
Confessions: Every Sat from 12pm to 1pm and 7pm to 7.30pm
Ministry to the Sick/ Nursing Homes : Mass at Melview Nursing Home. Sacrament of anointing of the sick on request. Sacrament of Holy Communion every First Friday.
Sacrament of Baptism: 5pm on the First Saturday of the month in Ss. Peter & Pauls and on the third Saturday in the Resurrection. Sacrament of Marriage:
Consult with one of the Priests to secure a date. Church and State Require at least 3 months notice.
Pre –Marriage Course: It is strongly recommended to partake in a Pre– marriage course organised by ACCORD (Catholic Marriage Advisory Council) for bookings and information contact 052 61 24144 .
Masses : Peter and Pauls: Vigil:7.30pm Sun:11am and 12.30pm. Weekly 1pm .Resurrection: 9.30 am Weekly and 10.00am Sunday.
Email: parishsspeterandpaul@gmail.com
Parish Radio: 107.9 FM

Last Weeks Collections
Donations:€130.
Church Renovations:
We are most grateful to so many parishioners and visitors who have donated €458,130 towards the renovation of our church which cost €875,000. Donations: €50, €30, €15, €10, €10, €5, €5, €5.
Balance to Pay: €41,870. Thank You.

St. Patrick’s Cemetery Mass: and blessing of graves for those buried in St Patrick’s Cemetery will be celebrated outdoors -weather permitting – on Thurs 27th July 2017 at 7.30pm. 
Please bring a bottle of water to be blessed for your loved ones grave.

Youth 2000 Summer Festival, Cistercian College, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary from Thursday 17th—Sunday 20th August 2017.The festival is donation only. Free buses travelling from all around Ireland. For more info and to book online, see www.youth2000.ie or Tel: 01 6753690.

World Meeting of Families 21st—26th August 2018: Volunteers are needed in our Parish to run some programmes locally in preparation for the World Meeting of Families in 2018. Would you like to be involved? Are you down to earth? Are you a good listener? Do you respect people? Do you have empathy? If you do then you are exactly what we need. Full Training will be given. Training in Clonmel takes place on 6th September 2017. If you are interested and would like to know more then please contact the Parish Office on 61 29404.

Knocklofty Rural Resource Centre (Rehab Care): invite you to attend a Family Fun Day on Thursday 27th July from 11am to 1.30pm at the Centre. Drive out the Wood Road past the turn off for Dungarvan and watch for the Rehab Care sign and turn left. A great day planned including home made jams, new potatoes and vegetables, cakes and buns for sale. Teas and coffees and a barbequed pig on a spit. Lots of fun and games for the children, face painting and lots more. All welcome.

In order to carry a positive action we must develop here a positive vision. Dalai Lama

Trocaire National Collection for East Africa:
The Irish Bishops Conference has asked to hold a Trocaire national collection on this Weekend regarding the current food crisis in East Africa. Prolonged drought has led to severe food shortages across the area and around 25 million people are in urgent need of assistance. Your generous contributions this weekend will assist in this urgent national appeal, and thank you in advance for your support. 
All monies from our weekly collection in this church will go to Trocaire.

Changing the world
In 2009, the first Darkness Into Light event in aid of Pieta House took place in Dublin’s Phoenix Park. Around 400 people walked the 5km course that year to raise funds for the suicide prevention charity. Fast forward to May this year, and more than 130,000 people took part in 150 Darkness Into Light events across Ireland and worldwide. Many of us will know someone who took part, or we may have got involved ourselves this year. As the crucial
message of hope and solidarity filters out from these events, who knows how many lives have been saved or
transformed over the years? Darkness Into Light is a great example of a movement which has grown from a small seed of an idea into a major force for good. The parable of the mustard seed, which we hear today, shows us that fantastic things can emerge from the most modest of beginnings, ‘the smallest of all seeds’. The disciples who first heard Jesus speak were ordinary people – not the religious leaders of the time or those in positions of power or influence. But they were the seeds from which the Church would grow down through the ages. Each act of kindness or forgiveness, each time we spread the Good News of Jesus in our own way, we are hastening the spread of God’s kingdom. These seeds grow and multiply, and bear abundant fruit even if we cannot always see the results. We can’t change the world in one go – but we can change our world. Tríona Doherty

Croagh Patrick Pilgrimage: Sunday July 30th 2017 Reek Sunday (or Garland Sunday) is an annual pilgrimage in Ireland. On the last Sunday in July, pilgrims climb Ireland’s “holiest mountain”, Croagh Patrick (Cruach Phádraig) in County Mayo, traditionally in their bare feet. The pilgrimage has been held yearly for about 1,500 years.

Traditional Latin Mass: A traditional Latin Mass with Gregorian Chant will be celebrated on Sunday 30th July at 10am in Holy Trinity Cathedral, Waterford. Celebrant Fr Andrzej Komorowski FSSP. All are most welcome.

Divine Mercy Devotions: Every Friday at 3pm in St. Mary’s Church Irishtown.

Feast of St Declan Annual Mass: Monday is the feast-day of St Declan of Ardmore /West Waterford, one of the Patrons of our Diocese. On Thursday 27th July the annual Mass at St Declan’s Well, Tour, situated between Aglish/Clashmore takes place at 12 noon with Confessions from 11.30am. All welcome.

Secular Franciscan Order: Pilgrimage to Our Lady’s Island, Wexford. Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady Tuesday 15th August. Cost €36. Includes Bus and Evening Meal. Leaving from Penny’s @11am Sharp. Names to the Friary Office.

Mass at the Cross; The annual Mass at the Holy Year Cross will be on Monday 7th August.

TABLE QUIZ – THANK YOU!
Thanks to everyone who attended the recent Table Quiz in Moynihan’s for the restoration fund for SS Peter & Paul’s. There was a huge turnout – one of the biggest seen for such an event, and sincere thanks to all who attended, took part, and donated prizes. Special thanks to the Quiz committee Barry Doyle the Quizmaster, Tony Caine who assisted with sound, Eamon Ryan and Mark Dunphy who checked all the answers. Also to Paddy Doyle who arranged the event, and thanks also to Gerry and Anthony Moynihan for allowing us to host the night. The total amount raised including donations was €1,000 which is a wonderful amount. 
Thank you to everyone involved for making this such a successful evening. 

Fr. Colm O’Brien Memorial Cycle
Cycle Routes: Option 1—60km. Meeting at Ss Peter and Pauls at 10am to Register and going Direct to
Tramore GAA Club. Route: Market St, Parnell St, Davis Rd, N24, Carrick on Suir– Pitstop, Fiddown Bridge, Kilmeaden, Turning right at Tramore Cross, Old Tramore Road, Tramore Gaa Club.
Option 2—10km. The Kingfisher Direct to Tramore GAA Club. Meeting at 1pm to register and leaving at approx. 1.30pm. Route: The Kingfisher, Tramore Road, Tramore GAA Club. If you can’t participate then please support the cyclists and the Laura Lynn Foundation.
Fr. Colm O’Brien Memorial Cycle Saturday 12th August 2017 The Fr. Colm O’Brien Memorial Cycle is now in its 8th year and has over the course of its life raised in excess of €75,000 for charitable causes. This year we invite people to participate and all funds raised will be for the Laura Lynn Foundation. For more information on routes etc please contact www.frcolmobrienmemorialcycle.com or admin@frcolmobrienmemorialcycle.com

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