21 June 2018
Bulletin
Bulletin 12-sept-04

 GOD'S  MERCY

• The Mercy of God for us sinners, is emphasised in the Scripture readings today.
 God shows His Mercy for the Israelites in Exodus, even though they had abandoned their faith in Him and worshipped ‘a calf of molten metal'.
• St Paul tells us of God's Mercy towards him, although he used to be a blasphemer and persecutor of the early Christians.  God not only forgave him, but made Paul the greatest of all missionaries, to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles and to us.
 The parables in Luke's Gospel illustrate the loving Mercy of God for us, sinners, ‘lost sheep', prodigal sons and daughters.
• In our time, when so many young people seem to abandon their faith in God, it is a great consolation to realise that there is so much rejoicing in heaven over each repentant sinner.

Mass Intentions:
Mon 13: 7.45 Stephen & Sheila Egan.  10.00 Cathy & Paddy Flynn, Convent View. 
Tues 14: 7.45 John & Mary O'Shea.  10.00 Thomas & Rose Molloy, Kilbride St. 
Wed 15: 7.45 Joe Brophy, Arden Rd.  10.00 Bess & Paddy Kelly, Coolnahiley. 
Thurs 16: 7.45 Jimmy & Breda Dillane, 12 Convent View.  10.00 John Feery. 
Fri 17: 7.45 Michael & Mary Margaret Bolger.  10.00 Hugh Murray, Kilclare.
Sun 19:
8.30 Patrick Berry, Clontarf Rd.  10.00 Sonny Conway, Ballydaly.  11.30 Niall Kilcline, Arden Rd. 1st Ann.  1.00 Mary Carroll, Ballycowan.
Durrow: Sun 19 Gussie Lambe, Puttaghaun.
       
Shared Mass Sat 18 10am:
Joseph Elliffe, Puttaghuan & sister Margaret;
Bernie & Maureen McGowan;
David Waters, Aharney;
Patrick Cleary;
Mary Teresa Gorman, Arden View;
Mary Ann & Patrick Daly, Clara;
Bridie McNally, Church Rd;
Willie & Mary McQuaid, Arden Heights;
Dolores Keyes & Behan Family;
Larry Jordan; Winifred,
Joseph & Patrick Clarke,
Kathleen Kelly & Sarah Fletcher, Callary St;
Joseph & Elizabeth Geoghegan, Callary St;
Margaret Smyth, Clara Rd;
Matthew Tyrrell O'Moore St;
Elizabeth & Denis Galvin & Kelly Family;
Niall O'Dea;
Thomas Clooney & Brigid O'Connor, Cormac St;
Madden & McLoughlin Families;
Bridie & Joe Hynes, Marian Place & Sheila Briscoe;
Decd members Vincent de Paul;
Lily Walsh & Family;
Mary & Tom Hassey, Marian Place,
Iris Costello & Fr Colm Savage;
Margaret Flynn & Family, Church St;
Patrick Daly, Church St;
Amanda Geoghegan;
Brennan Family, 8 Dillon St.
If you would like support comfort in your grieving, ph 26604.

Baptisms:
Welcome to the parish community
Emma Maureen Ohman, 62 Pearse Park;
Alex James Kevin Heffernan, 13 Lockview House;
Maxwell Joseph Waters, Arden Lane;
Karen Lisa Bracken, Arden Rd.

It is our policy, in so far as possible to celebrate Community Baptisms.  Baptisms are in Tullamore on the 1st Sunday & 3rd Saturday of the month and in Durrow the 2nd Sunday of the month.
Next pre-Baptism meeting - Wed15th - 8.30pm, Parochial House. 
All parents who wish to have their child baptised must attend a meeting.  Contact Parish Secretary for details.

Collections:
Tullamore €4688 (priests offerings). Envelopes €3163.  Thank you.

Sunday Mass Times:
Vigil: 7.00pm & 8.30pm. 
Sun: 8.30am, 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm. 
Durrow: 11.30am.

Confessions:
Saturdays 12-1pm;3-4pm. Eve 1st Fridays 12-1pm; 7.30-8pm.

Please continue to pray for Fiona Pender, our parishioner who has been missing since 22nd Aug ‘96
    
Departure of Fr Willie

This weekend marks Fr Willie's last time to celebrate Sunday Mass here, in Tullamore, as Parish Priest.  As you may have read in the newspapers duringthe week, he is moving on (temporarily) to Mornington, near Bettystown, Co Meath.  As a parish, we wish him all the very best in his "new pasture".  No doubt he will make as positive a mark there as he made with us.
Fr Willie came to us in December ‘89 and in that time he has grown in the admiration and respect of his parishioners.  Always outgoing, energetic and creative, it's true to say that a great many will only have the fondest memories of him.  As is befitting of the occasion, he will speak to us today at all Masses about his own memories and gratitude to you, the parishioners, for all you have given him.
As a parish, we also pay tribute today to the invaluable contributions of Martin Kennedy and Venus Guibone who are also moving on.  Martin as pastoral co-ordinator and Venus as liturgy co-ordinator, have each worked here for the last five years helping this parish to reach out to others in imaginative and effective ways.  As highly respected members of our parish team, a great many parishioners will always have the height of appreciation for all they have done.  Long after the memories of people fade, the lasting legacy of Fr Willie, Martin and Venus will endure.  We owe them our deepest thanks and wish them every success in wherever their futures bring them.

Family Mass:
Our Family Mass resumes on Sunday 26th with special blessing for children. 
Choir Practice Thursday 16th, Parochial House basement.

Plate Collectors:
Meeting Monday 13th, 7pm, Parochial House.

Ministers of Eucharist:
Those who have not collected their new rota to please do so.  Available in Sacristy.

Community Activities

Summer Organ Concerts:
Last in the series, Tues 14, 8pm, Church of the Assumption with Timothy Noon, St David's Cathedral, Wales.
Youth Centre:
Rehearsal for ‘Oliver' Sun 3.30-5.30pm, Wed 6.45-8pm.  All clubs reopen week of 20th.  New members welcome.  Ph 22963.
Hospice Coffee Morning:
Thurs 16, Parochial House, 10.30am-12.00.
Junior Chamber:
Meetings 2nd Tues of month, Bridge House, 8.30pm.  New members, 18-40, welcome.
Scripture for Daily Living:
Thurs 16, 11am, Marian Hostel.  Text Lk 7:39.
Concern:
Church gate collection 18/19.  Please support.
SMA:
Mass Thurs 16, Day Chapel, 7.30pm.  All welcome.
Gramophone Society:
Recital, Court Hotel, Thurs 16, 8pm.  All welcome.
Dochas:
Cancer help centre, Henry St, now reopened.
Toastmasters:
Open night for new members, Thurs 23, 8.30pm, Moorhill House.
Cub Scouts:
Resume Tues 14, 7-8.30pm, Scout Den.
Durrow Ceili Club:
Set dancing classes, Tuesdays, 9pm, Durrow Hall.
ACE Bridge Club:
Resumes Mon 13, 7.30pm sharp, Bridge House.
Killeigh Comhaltas:
Registration for music classes, learners, Gaelscoil, Wed 14, 6-7pm.  Ph 087-2653586.
Rome:
3 days Rome, 3 days San Giovanni, 1 night Assisi, with Fr Lorenzo Bracken, 2 Nov.  Ph 51832.
Lost:
Small blue purse with single decade, silver rosary.  Ph Alison 21152.
Found:
Black labrador pup.  Ph 21382.
Legion of Mary:
Rosary, Alfie Lambe House, Mon 13, 8.15pm
Ready:
Outing, Killeigh, Tues 14, from Day Care, 8.30pm.

Support Services

Parish Information & Support Services -
Confidential Phone Line 26604: Monday to Friday, 10.00am-1.00pm; 6.00-10.00pm.
ACCORD Marriage & Relationship counselling Mon-Fri 9.30am-1.30pm,  41831; 
Lucia Counselling Service for those with mental illness  Helpline 1890621631
Suicide Bereavement Support - group sessions for family members or friends - if interested ph Rita 086-8157320;
CIC Mon-Fri 10am-12.30pm, 2-4pm, Sat 10-12 ,52204;
Epiplepsy Assoc Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm 28631;
 
AA Mon, Thurs,
Sat Mercy Convent 8.30pm;

Al-Anon
Thurs 8.30pm, 17 Chapel St.  01-8732699;
Vincent De Paul 22072;
Dochas - Cancer Info & Support Drop in centre 12 Henry St, Mon/Wed/Fri 10.30am-12.30pm 28268
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Sexual Abuse & Rape Counselling
Mon-Fri 10am-2pm, Mon 8-10.30pm. 1800323232;
Women in Crisis Ozanam House, Mon-Fri 9am-1pm, 51886;
Grow Thurs 7.30pm Day Care Arden Rd, 51124;
Aware Mon 8.45pm Community Mental Health Centre 1890303302;
Breastfeeding Support Group 3rd Thurs, 8pm, Education Resource Centre Hospital. 0502-24317;

Fibromyalgia Group:
Last Tues of month, 8pm, Day Care Centre. Helpline 1800201068 Tues 10am-12 only;

Anew -
support group for women with alcohol problems, Wed 8pm, Ofalia House Edenderry, 086-1024743
Mabs: Free and confidental, phone 23211
Meditation: Mon, Marian Hostel, 7.45pm.
Pregnant, Worried ?
Life Pregnancy Care 7B Cormac Street Tullamore
Drop in every Saturday 12-3pm
0506-41110
or 1850 281281 9am to 9pm every day for the price of a local call
 
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