Bonane/Glengarriff Parish Fr Michael Moynihan, P.P. (027)63045/087 6551902 dioceseofkerry.ie March 22nd 2015 [email protected] We remember in our prayers Malachy Mac Carthy, RIP, Bantry and Athy, Co. Kildare. Reposing at Coakleys Funeral Home on Sunday from 5pm followed by removal at 7pm to St. Finbarr’s Church, Bantry. Requiem Mass on Mon at 12noon. Mary Connolly, RIP, Reenmeen, Removal on Mon March 23rd at 7pm to Sacred Heart Church, Glengarriff. Requiem Mass on Tues at 12noon followed by burial in the local Cemetery. Mass times and intentions for Glengarriff Sat 21st 8.00pm: Nora Lynch, Firgrove Sun 22nd 11.30am: Helen McCarthy, Inchintaggart Monday 23rd 10.00am: People of the Parish Tues 24th 12.00 noon: Requiem Mass for Mary Connolly, Reenmeen Wed 25th 7.00pm. Michael and Peggy Gough, Coomerkane Thurs 26th: No Mass Fri 27th 7.00pm: Paudie and Paul Downey, The Village Sat 28th 8.00pm: Sheila O’Shea, Shamrock Stores, 1st A Sun 29th March 11.30am: Deceased members of the Martin and Sullivan families Rotas for Glengarriff 28th/29th Readers Sat: Kieran McElhinney Passion Reading Tara Green and Lily O’Shea. Sun: Mary D’Arcy Passion Reading Mona Kneuttel and Elaine O’Sullivan. Eucharistic Ministers: Sat Sheila O’Sullivan and Gerard O’Sullivan Sun Michael O’Sullivan and Mona Kneuttel. Collectors for March: Sat John O’Sullivan (Long John) Tommy O’Sullivan (Neilus) Sun: Michael Barry and Jimmy O’Sullivan (Whitehead) Mass times and intentions for Bonane Sun 22nd 9.30am: Baby Daniel Murphy, Coolerigh Thurs 26th 8.00pm: Sr M. Conleth, RIP Sun 29th 9.30am: Kitty and Eugene O’Sullivan Eucharistic Minister: March 22ndand 29th Sean O’Shea Glengarriff Active retired have organised a Trip around the Beara Peninsula on Tuesday 31 st March. Bus leaving Quills, Glengarriff at 11.45am, stopping at Murphy’s, Castletownbere and afternoon tea in Sheen Falls. Contact Peg 027 63077, Robin 027 63055, or Noreen O’Sullivan 027 63392 Carnegie Arts Centre – Kenmare: Fri 27th To Mon 30th – Carnegie Players Present: “Moll”. “Moll” was first produced in July 1971 in Killarney. Tickets €12/€10 – 8pm – First night 7.30pm – wine reception – curtain up 8pm. “Moll” was first produced in July 1971 in Killarney. It is a comedy set in a rural presbytery in Kerry – the newly appointed Moll is a priest’s housekeeper who takes over a parish house with a divide and conquer strategy. Tickets €12/€10 – 8pm – First night 7.30pm – wine reception – curtain up 8pm. Thurs 26th – Film - Mr. Turner (2014)) An exploration of the last quarter century of the great British painter J.M.W. Turner's life. Tickets €7 – 8pm Theresa Hurley Memorial Walk in aid of Bantry Palliative Care Unit will take place on Sat 28th March beginning at 10am. Walk will be from Drograne Cross, Glengarriff to Bantry Hospital, Car Park. Registration on the day, all donations welcome. Sponsorship Cards available if people wish from O’Sheas, Spar, Glengarriff or O’Sullivans Garage Glengarriff. For further info please contact Kathleen 0863761450 or Bríd 0863940573 Congratulations to Darragh McElhinney who won Gold in the International Junior School boys cross country race. Homecoming event is planned for 3.00pm today( Sunday) at Pairc Garbh. All welcome Priest on duty this Sunday afternoon is Fr Kieran O’Sullivan 0833800306 Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Friday 6.30 to 7pm Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Fatima 10th – 18th May. Spiritual Director Monsignor Dan O’ Riordan. Contact Maureen 066-7131328 or Premier Travel 021-4277700. Latin Mass – Tralee The Latin Mass (1962 Missal) will be celebrated in the Holy Cross Dominican Church, Tralee on the following two Sundays at 1.30pm: Palm Sunday 29th March 2015 and Sunday 19th April 2015. For more information contact [email protected] Cycle against suicide is a voluntary organisation which aims to raise awareness of the many supports and help available to those battling depression, self-harm, at risk of suicide or those bereaved by suicide. Bantry has been chosen as an overnight stop this year for the charity cycle on May 4th. The event is 400 km cycle tour of Ireland over 14 days, with Colaiste Pobail Bheanntrai being the main assembly area for the event in Bantry. Participants from a wide variety of backgrounds choose to cycle some or all of the stages, and it’s expected that up to 1000 cyclists will arrive in Bantry on the evening of May 4th. Central to its success is the ‘Homestay’ programme. People from across the country open their homes to the participants, provide them with a warm meal, a chance to freshen up and a bed for the night. We are looking for accommodation for up to 300 cyclists; if you can offer a room we would be very grateful. This is a very tangible way for everybody to lend support and “together, shoulder to shoulder, we can break the cycle of suicide on the island of Ireland”. Please contact Maria Spillane, phone 086 2328150, email [email protected] More details about cycle against suicide cycleagainstsuicide.com or find us on facebook.
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