CHRIST IS RISEN ALLELUIA
Masses: Each day @ 10am (or Communion Prayer Service)
Adoration on First Fri 4 – 5pm
Last Sunday's Offertory collection: €630. Many Thanks
Church Cleaners: M.Darcy, M.Murphy, M.McManus
Ministers of Holy Communion: Group 1
Readers for next Weekend: Group 4, S.Grennan, Sr Marie
Altar Servers for this week: Group 1, Andrea, Stephanie, Jenny
Mass on next Sat eve for Frank & Thomas Coleman & family deceased
Mass on next Sun for John Joe Egan & Margaret O’Shea deceased
Mass on the First Fri @ 7pm
Last Sunday's Offertory collection: €269. Many Thanks
Church Cleaners: M.Claffey, B.Coughlan
Readers for next Sunday: A.Coughlan
Altar Servers for next Sunday: Group 1
Minister of Holy Communion for next Sunday: N.O’Shea
Mass on next Sun for the late Michael J. Molloy
A VERY HAPPY & PEACEFUL EASTER TO EVERYONE!
Many thanks to all those who made any contribution to the celebration of the Holy Week ceremonies; to all who played a part in preparing for & in the celebration of the Liturgy, and to all who encouraged us by their attendance & co-operation.
Toradh na Páise oraibh; Mac na hÓighe slán!
Céad glóir duit,a Íosa, a déag dúinn sa pháis,mar d’éirigh tú slán.
Divine Mercy Sunday 7th April 2013, Clonmacnois. An afternoon of Reconciliation, Prayer and Devotion, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Chaplet of Divine Mercy, and celebration of Mass will take place at Cluain Ciaran Clonmacnois starting at 2.pm. All are welcome; for further details. Please phone 087-1637393 or 087-7828283
Celtic Spirituality . . . . . . ( Esther de Waal, WEAVINGS, II, # 3)
"Celtic spirituality was a practice in which ordinary people in their daily lives took the tasks that lay to hand but treated them sacramentally, as pointing to a greater reality which lay beyond them. It is an approach to life which we have been in danger of losing, this sense of allowing the extraordinary to break in on the ordinary. Perhaps it is something which we can rediscover, something which Celtic spirituality can give to us if we would let it renew our vision by teaching our eyes to see again, our ears to hear, our hands to handle."
Ministers of Holy Communion
We welcome the following members of our Christian Community who will serve as Ministers of Communion:
In Clonfanlough, Enda Molloy, Niamh Hynes, Ann Guinan, Paula Trainor, Niall O’Shea and Leanne Quinn;
In Shannonbridge, Martha Murphy, Sinéad Ryan, and Dympna Fitzpatrick.
We extend our gratitude to the outgoing ministers, who have faithfully served Christ & the Community for many years.