KILLEADAN PARISH NEWS

KILLEADAN
MASSES:
Saturdays /Eve of Holidays: 7.30pm
Sundays / Holy Days: 10am, 12 noon
All Weekdays: 10am
Friday evenings: 7.30pm
CONFESSIONS:
Saturdays: 2 - 3pm & 7 - 7.20pm
First Fridays: 7 - 7.20pm
ADORATION:
Every Thursday: 10.30 - 8pm
Every Friday: 10.30am - 7.30pm
PARISH NEWS
REV. PADDY KILCOYNE, P.P.
094 9381198 / 087 2300569
Newsletter: www.
kiltimaghparish.org
Web-Cam: www.kiltimaghparish.org
Rev. PAT LYNCH
Priest in Residence
087 2842405 / 094 93 81492
Saturday
8 Nov
7.30pm
Sunday
9 Nov
10am
CRAGGAGH
11am
Monday
10 Nov
10am
Tuesday
11 Nov
10am
Wednesday 12 Nov
10am
Thursday
13 Nov
10am
Friday
14Nov
10am
7.30pm
Saturday
15 Nov
10am
11am 7.30pm
Sunday
16 Nov
10am
~ MASSES FOR THE WEEK ~
RITA and JAMES CREIGHTON and the deceased members of the
family
Deceased members of the O’Brien and Reaney families,
Derryclaugh
LORETTA, TOM and SEAMUS WILSON, Ara
Holy Souls
Holy Souls
Private Intention
KATE & PATRICK COSTELLO, Aiden Street
Holy Souls
ANDY CARNEY, Cultrasna - 4th anniv
BRÍD HERRAGHTY, Bohola Road - 2nd Anniv
SARAH McNICHOLAS, Greyfield - Months Mind
DENNY CHARLTON, James Street, and his son DAVID
Private Intention (J.C.)
Recent Deaths
Pray for KATHLEEN STAUNTON, Thoams Street, who died recently.
READERS FOR NOVEMBER
Nov 9th
Nov 16th
7.30pm
10am
12 noon
7.30pm
10am
12 noon
Gerry King
Rosaleen McHugh
Evelyn Walsh
Fiona Dempsey
Sarah McLoughlin
Marion Dunne
Helen Higgins
Kieran Moran
Michelle Kelly
Kevin Dempsey
Matthew Armstrong
Siobhan Devine
7.30pm
10am
12 noon
MINISTERS OF HOLY COMMUNION FOR NOVEMBER
Christina Cosgrove
Tim Nichols
Petua Mooney
Bernie Cannon
James McHugh
Bridie Doherty
Deirde Cleary
Margaret Carney
V. McKeon
PLEASE NOTE:
READERS PLEASE COLLECT MASS LEAFLET IN THE SACRISTY FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS
KILTIMAGH SOCIAL SERVICES ROTA FOR NOVEMBER
Patricia Young & Geraldine Costello
Noreen Brennan & Jo Kelly
Marie and Maria Kelly
DRIVER: Fintan Carrol & Gerry King
Margaret Freeman & Sadie Burke
BUTCHER: P. Byrne
Eileen Glynn & Rebecca Roughneen
GROCER: Carrolls
2nd
9th
16th
23rd
30th
NOVEMBER ENVELOPES: Envelopes are available in the Church. Please take one and put inside the names of
those you would like to be remembered in the special Masses offered for the Holy Souls during the month of November.
KNOW YOUR FAITH: The truths of our faith are astonishing when we pause to think of them: The message of the
Church is the greatest story ever told. Cardinal Newman, now Blessed John Henry C. Newman said that if one ever
read the history of the first six centuries, one would have to be a Catholic. He himself was an Anglican until he did so.
Perhaps you would like to come to the Parish Centre for a few nights between now and Christmas. Starting September
30th on Tuesday nights from 8.30pm - 9.30pm, and we will take a good look at the first six centuries. You will be glad;
Your coming will increase the depth of your faith and you will be better able to defend it. Fr. Pat Lynch. Final night
Tuesday 11th November at 8pm.
DIOCESAN MISSION: Tubbercurry Parish Church at 7.30pm on November 10th - 12th. All welcome.
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LITURGICAL MUSICAL WORKSHOP: Fr. Liam Lawton will be holding a workshop on Thursday 13th Nov.
in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at Knock Shire. Cost is €10. Each person will receive a music book.
CRAGGAGH NATIONAL SCHOOL ANNUAL 25 DRIVE: Craggagh National School will be holding their
Annual 25 Drive on Tuesday 18th November at 9pm in Craggagh Community Centre. Tickets are now on sale.
Your support for this very important fundraising event would be grately appreciated.
CONTACT SOCIAL in The Parish Centre on Monday 10th November at 8pm.. All are welcome.
CITIZENS INFORMATION OUTREACH SERVICE will take place in the Parish Centre, Kiltimagh on Wed
12th November from 11.45 - 12.45 so if you need information on your rights and entitlements please come along
to see us.
SOCIAL DANCING and Social Dancing classes in the Park Hotel, Tuesday night. Classes 8 - 9.30pm, in a relaxed
atmosphere, everyone welcome, couples, singles, young people, no partner needed. Now is your chance to learn to
dance. Dancing 9.30 -11.30pm Music this week is supplied by Carmel McLoughlin and her band. All are welcome
for an enjoyable night.
CARD GAME: The ‘25’ Card game will continue in the Community Centre each Thursday evening at 9pm until
further notice.
WARMER HOMES SCHEME - Get your home insulated for free and reduce heating costs: Clar IRD
invites applications for the Warmer Homes Scheme. Applicants must fit the eligibility criteria set down by SEAI covering most of Mayo. 1. Owner occupied, non-Local Authority Homes (proof is required). 2. Constructed before
2006. The owner must be in receipt of one of the following: a. Fuel Allowance as part of the National Fuel Scheme.
b. Job Seekers Allowance for over 6 months and with children under 7 years of age. (Letter from the Dept only,
receipt not acceptable). c. Family Income Support. Further details and for an application form please contact the
Warmer Homes Scheme Team at 094 9371830 or 094 9373455
MEMORIAL CARD SERVICE available at The Copy Shop, Aiden Street. Tel: 094 9382890.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, PLEASE LEAVE ANY NOTICES FOR THE NEWSLETTER
INTO THE COPY SHOP, AIDEN STREET or email them to [email protected]
ANOTHER ANGLE
Today we celebrate the dedication of the Basillica of St. John Lateran, historically the oldest church in
Rome. It was the residence of the Pope for centuries and remains his cathedral. It is considered the
mother of all churches! Our Gospel passage for this feast almost seems to be in contradiction as it recalls
Jesus cleansing the Temple in Jerusalem. The theology of the Temple was such that to get to God you had
to qualify culturally, socially and in terms of ‘purity’. The goods sold in the Temple markets were used in
sacrifices so that people could meet the requirements to be ‘closer’ to God. You can understand why Jesus
was angry and challenged this model. He tells people early on in John’s Gospel that HE is God’s Temple.
God cannot be confined. Jesus’ words are too controversial for his listeners and challenging such powerful
structures comes at a price. We can take away many reflections from today’s feast: we celebrate the Church
as a place of encounter with God; we are also reminded that God is not confined to one building or the
structures placed around it. We gather as community in prayer and worship in our churches united with
Christians all over the world, yet we remember that it is the people who gather there in Jesus’ name who
are the real church. The Temple of God is the Christian community, the body of Christ with Jesus and its
foundation. This is pre-echoed in the second reading today from St. Paul when he says: For the Temple of God
is holy and you are that Temple.’
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