Bulletin 14 July 2019
Sunday 14th July 2019
Ping, Ding, Dong, Alerts, Notifications, Messages and Emails. And not to mention people texting even when out for a meal together! There is no such thing as quiet any more. We are saturated with noise. And when we do have a few minutes to ourselves we are planning what we will do next!!! Silence is an experience of the past. Is it any wonder we find it almost impossible to hear / obey the voice of the Lord (1st Reading) The art of careful listening is not easy. It takes discipline and time and patience. Genuine listening means being truly interested in what the other person has to share. Listening to the story of the Good Samaritan – did I hear the conversation? Did I hear the challenge? Did I hear Jesus asking me to “take pity?” Or did I allow myself to be distracted by another “Ping!”Prayer for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day:
SAT 13th July
NTH NO 9am Mass
DORSEY 6.30pm Mass
SUN 14th July
Josie Reader (nee Galbraith) MM.
Sean & Eva McElroy.
May Quinn MM.
Kitty Carragher (1st Anniv).
Eileen & Michael Reneghan & DM.
Mick & Eileen Quinn.
Owen & Kathleen Kelly.
MON 15th July 8pm Mass
John & Kitty Martin.
TUES 16th July 9am Mass
WED 17th July 9.30am Mass
THUR 18th July 9am Mass
FRI 19th July 9am Mass
SAT 20th July
NTH 9am Mass
Dorsey 6.30pm Mass
Eileen Garvey & DM.
Brigid & Tommy Quinn.
Eugene Casey & DM.
SUN 21st July
Nth 10am Mass
Cullyhanna 11.30am Mass
May & Charlie Brennan.
Fr Tommy, Olly & Margaret Feighan & DM.
Recently deceased: Teresa Frankfurter (nee McMahon), Pat (Patsy) McShane, Geraldine Donnelly, Noel Loughran (Oram), May Quinn, John Kennon & Kathleen Montin.
PRAYER FOR THE ELDERLY
Gracious God, we ask you to bless especially your children who have grown old. When they can no longer care for themselves, send them loving caretakers who appreciate their wisdom and the richness of their experience. Send your angels to keep them safe as long as they live and to lead them home to you when their work is done. Bless the families of the elderly with insight and good judgment. Send your Holy Spirit to help them make wise decisions and grant them the patience to care for those who once cared for them. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.
St Patrick’s GFC LOTTO results: 5, 9, 20 & 25
Confessions: Will take place in the three churches Sat 27th July. St Michael’s @ 12pm, St Oliver’s @ 12.30pm & St Patrick’s @ 1pm.
We will have a Guest speaker on this weekend of Sat 13th July and Sun 14th July to promote the Theology Course which will be held in our Diocese.
Sunday choir: will resume again in Sept.
Rural Health Partnership: Hopeful minds Retreat Day, Wednesday 31st July @ 10am – 3pm, Bluebell Lane, Mullaghbawn Admission £10 contact Rural Health Partnership on 02830861220
Sunday 21st July: Marie Duffy Sunday 28thJuly: Pattie Treanor
Eucharistic Ministers Cullyhanna:
Sunday 21st July: Elizabeth McCreesh & Marie Rushe
Sunday 21st July: Alica Griffin & Pattie Treanor
Altar Society for month of July: Margaret Murphy & Jackie Connell
Sat 20th July: Linda Fee Sat 27th July: Joanne Murphy
Eucharistic Ministers for St Oliver’s:
Sat 20th July: Caroline Donnelly Sat 27th July: Brendan Johnston
Altar Society for month of July: Margarita Quinn
Bible Reflections: Will take place in Cullyhanna Parochial House Wed 17th July @ 8pm. All welcome.
Episcopal Ordination of Fr Michael Router will take place in Armagh Cathedral on the 21st July. Please keep Fr Michael in your prayers.
WALD Centre: Couch 2 10k Bike ride: Every Tuesday @ 7.30pm. Suitable for those who have not been on a bike in a while.
Relic of St Oliver Plunkett
Many thanks to all who contributed to our pilgrim walk and celebration of Mass as we received the relic of St Oliver into our parish. It was a very special and historic occasion. Thanks to the Readers, Eucharist Ministers, Deirdre Savage, church cleaners, James Murray & Gary Dolan, Caroline Donnelly, Dorsey Emmett’s GFC, St Patrick’s GFC & the local men for stewarding, Paul Slane & Neil Murray, Kevin Garvey & Seamus Murray, Aisling Toner and the ladies from Children’s Liturgy group and other local ladies for helping to serve teas etc. We also would like to thank Anne McGuinness, Carmel Reel, Leona & Charlene Loughran and to Crossmaglen Community First Aid Team First Aid Team. Huge THANK YOU to all who were part of the Pilgrim walk and to those who participated in the Mass and to the public for walking and being part of this special event. Hope we have not missed out anyone but thanks also. and all who helped make it an outstanding success. Sincere thanks to Mrs McAllister for giving us such a warm welcome at the site of Bleekes Inn, Dorsey and Fr Brian McCreesh for con-celebrating the Mass. Many thanks also to the parish secretary Jean Rushe for her tremendous contribution in making the event so successful.
Office contact details on 30861235 Mon-Fri 9.30am-12.30pm or via email Lowercregganparish@hotmail.com or Fr Tremer on firstname.lastname@example.org Parish Web Site: Lowercregganparish.com