Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses During the Week: Monday to Wednesday 9.30 am. No Mass Thursday. Friday 7.30 pm.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Last Week’s Collections: Door €261.55. Seminarians €252.86. Thank you.

Ordination to the Permanent Diaconate: On Sunday 24th September, Bishop William Crean will ordain six Permanent Deacons for service in the Diocese of Cloyne. The ceremony will take place at St. Colman’s Cathedral, Cobh, at 2.30 pm. All are welcome.

Harvest Thanksgiving Mass in Clonmult on next Friday, 29th September at 7.30 pm. Tea will be served after mass. All are welcome.

The Legion of Mary is a lay Catholic organisation, who meet weekly, and say the Rosary and Legion Prayers, decide on works, i.e. hospital visitation, visit elderly and housebound, and help priests in different duties. If you are willing or interested in getting involved, please contact Fr. Frank on 086/8395305.

Clonmult Old School: Progressive 45 every Wednesday @ 8.00 pm. All card players welcome.

GAA Lotto. No’s Drawn. 8, 19, 24.

No Winner. Lucky Dip.

€35 Liam Flynn.

€25 Ann & David Moore.

€15 Liam Ahern.

Next Week’s Jackpot. €450.     

Dungourney GAA held its Annual “NIGHT AT THE DOGS” on Friday night 22nd of September at Youghal Greyhound Stadium. This was a very successful venture for the club, socially and financially. Thank you to our main sponsors, Rigney Bros, East Cork Crane Hire, Hurley’s Super Value and Irish Distillers. Thanks also to all the businesses, individuals and organisations who have supported us by taking out ads in the race cards and donating prizes.   

Raffle Prizes Draw Results.

1st, Sinead Wrynn, Clonmult. 2nd, Eoin Ronayne, Dungourney. 3rd, Tessie Casey, Dungourney. 4th, Catriona Leahy, Mogeely. 5th, Dave Hennessy, Clonmult. 6th, Aldine Denny, Dungourney. 7th, Miriam Harney, Dungourney. 8th, Ronan Murphy, Midleton. 9th, Denis Buckner, Dungourney. 10th, Louise O’Connell, Ballynoe. 11th, Timmy Murphy, Dungourney. 12th Frances Hennessy, Clonmult. 13th, John Egan, Dungourney.