Monthly Archives: July 2017

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses During the Week: No mass Monday. Tuesday to Thursday mass at 9.00am. Friday 9.30am and 7,30pm. Saturday at 10.00am.

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

Last Week’s Collection: Door €273.30. Trocaire Appeal €494.62. Thank you.

Holy Communion will be brought to the sick on Friday morning.

The “First Saturday” Devotions continue in Clonmult next Saturday, Rosary/prayers at 9.45am followed with mass at 10.00am.

The Faithful Departed: Anniversaries John Rohan, John Twomey. May they rest in peace.

Clonmult Church: Cleaners for August, Siobhan O’Keeffe and Angela Robinson.

Dungourney Church: Collectors for August, John Broderick and William Ahern.

GAA Lotto. 24. 7. 2017.

No’s Drawn, 3, 10, 23. One Winner. David, AnnMarie, Martin Hennessy.

Next Weeks Jackpot €300.00.

IHC  Dungourney v Douglas.

Pairc Ui Rinn Today at 3.30pm.

Good luck to all involved.

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses During the Week: No Mass Monday. Mass Tuesday, part of Retreat Afternoon in Mount Mellerary. Masses Wednesday to Friday at 9.30am.

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

Last Week’s Collection: Door €230.45. Peter’s Pence €215.19. Thank you.

The Faithful Departed: Deaths, Margaret Hegarty, Youngrove. Anniversaries, Ellen Cronin and Maurice O’Callaghan. May they rest in peace.

The Annual Petrol Collection is now being taken up.

Dungourney Prayer Group: Annual Evening Retreat on Tuesday, 25th, July. Mass at Mount Mellerary Monastery at 3.00pm. Rosary at local Grotto, followed by meal in Lismore. Bus leaving Dungourney at 1.30pm. Enquiries any Prayer Group member. All are welcome.

Mass in Ballynoe Village Cemetery on Monday, 24th July at 7.30pm. All are welcome.

Aware Volunteer Recruitment: Aware is a national organisation supporting individuals, families and communities concerned about depression. They will need more volunteers who will receive full training and ongoing support. See www.aware.ie or phone 01-6617211 for more information.

Dungourney GAA: Good luck to Shane Hegarty who plays for Cork Intermediate Hurlers in today’s All Ireland Final v Killkenny in Pairc Ui Chaoimh.

GAA Lotto. No’s Drawn, 8, 20, 23.

No winner. Lucky Dip.

€35 Timmy Barry.

€25 Claire Lynch.

€15 Brian Ronayne.

Next Week’s Jackpot €1650.

IHL Dungourney 4-17 Grenagh 1-15.

India Immersion Programme: Daragh Moran Kiltha Og is travelling to India in February 2018 in support of Midleton CBS India Immersion Programme. He is holding a fundraising Coffee Morning on July 29th in Castlemartyr National School from 11am to 2pm. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

 

 Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses during the Week: No Mass on Monday; Tuesday to Friday at 9.00 a.m.

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

Last Week’s Collections: Door – €232.63. Thank you.

The Faithful Departed: We pray for Maureen Hennessy and Philip O’Callaghan whose anniversaries occur at this time. May they rest in peace.

Petrol Collection: The annual Petrol Collection is now being taken up. If you haven’t yet done so, please hand your envelope/ offering to the Church or drop into the priest’s house. Thank you.

Peter’s Pence: The annual Peter’s Pence collection is being taken up at the Masses this weekend. You are asked to please give generously.

Dungourney Prayer Group: Annual Evening Retreat on Tuesday, 25th July. Mass at Mount Melleray Monastery at 3.00 p.m. Rosary at local Grotto, followed by meal in Lismore. Leaving Dungourney village at 2.00 p.m. Enquires from any Prayer Group member. All Welcome.

Relics of St. Teresa of Calcutta in the Holy Rosary Church Midleton on this Sunday 16th July between 8.30 am. Until 2.00 p.m. (Masses as usual). Arriving at Mitchelstown Parish church this Sunday from 3.00 p.m. until 5.00 p.m.

Trócaire Emergency Appeal: Archbishop Eamonn Martin announced that an emergency Church appeal will take place next weekend, which will be directed towards Trócaire work in Eastern Africa. Trócaire is currently responding to prolonged drought which has led to severe food shortages across East Africa. Approximately 25 Million people are in need of emergency assistance. They work in South Sudan, Kenya and Ethiopia focusing on food and water, while in Somalia they are also running health clinics treating people for various diseases. Currently they are reaching out to 150,000 people. This emergency collection will enable Trócaire to scale up their relief efforts. You are asked to please be generous.

Social Dancing: Clonmult Old School this evening Sunday 16th July, 8.00 to 10.00pm.

Music: DAVE REA. All are welcome.

Coffee Morning: Dungourney / Clonmult Community Council “Coffee Morning” plus bring and buy cake sale on this Sunday 16th July 11.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. in Dungourney National School. Fundraiser for St. Peter’s Garden. Your support would be very welcome.

Art Talk @ Glenasal Abbey: On Sunday 23rd July at 4.30 p.m. Monk and Artist Brother Emmaus OSB presents a discussion on sacred art and will focus on his own artwork.

Reek Sunday– 30 July 2017: The annual pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick, Reek Sunday, takes place this year on Sunday, 30th July. Mass will be celebrated hourly on the summit at 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am, 12 noon, 1pm & 2pm. The Sacrament of reconciliation will be celebrated from 7.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. All welcome.

GAA Lotto, 10.7. 2017. No’s Drawn, 2. 6. 20.

No winner. Lucky Dip.

€35 Michael/Jack Leahy.

€25 John Kelleher.

€15 Michael Coakley.

Next Week’s Jackpot €1,500

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses During the Week: Monday to Friday at 9.30 a.m.

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

Last Week’s Collections: Door – €206.99. Diocesan – €172.29. Thank you.

Petrol Collection: The annual Petrol Collection is now being taken up. Please bring your envelope to the Church or drop into the priest’s house. Thank you.

Peter’s Pence: The annual Peter’s Pence collection will be taken up at the Masses next weekend.

Parish I&E Accounts: Copies of the Income and Expenditure of the Parish for 2016 are available at the back of the church. Please feel free to take a copy with you. We thank you for your continued generosity.

Dungourney Church: A new list of readers for Dungourney church is now available and can be collected in the sacristy.

Reek Sunday– 30 July 2017: The annual pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick, Reek Sunday, takes place this year on Sunday, 30th July. Mass will be celebrated hourly on the summit at 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am, 12 noon, 1pm & 2pm. The Sacrament of reconciliation will be celebrated from 7.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. All welcome.

Faithcast: Faithcast is the weekly podcast from catholicnews.ie, the news source for the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference. Presented by Brenda Drumm, Faithcast is a mixture of interviews and news snippets from the Catholic Church in Ireland.

In episode 21 of Faithcast, Brenda speaks to Ephrem Feeley, the composer of A Joy For All The Earth, the official hymn for the World Meeting of Families 2018, about his inspiration for the hymn. She also speaks to Dr Nicola Brady, General Secretary of the Irish Council of Churches about her recent visit to Colombia as part of an international delegation to experience how the Catholic Church there is seeking to respond to the call to be a field hospital in a society plagued by a culture of violence.

Coffee Morning: Dungourney / Clonmult Community Council “Coffee Morning” plus bring and buy cake sale on Sunday 16th July 11.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. in Dungourney National School. Fundraiser for St. Peter’s Garden. Your support would be very welcome.

JBHC. Dungourney 2-18 Killeagh 1-13.

Social Dancing. Clonmult Old School, Sunday 16th July,

Music: Dave Rea.

 

 

No’s Drawn. 4. 17. 20.

No Winner. Lucky Dip.

€35 Sean Hegarty, Dungourney.

€25 Ted Murphy.

€15 Joan Twomey.

Next Week’s Jackpot €1350.

J. B. H. C. Dungourney v Killeagh

Sunday 9th July @ 10.00am in Dungourney.

Irish Independent, 5. 7. 1909.

Dungourney, 5-8. Blackrock, 2-8.

An important match in connection with the Cork County Championship was played at the Cork Athletic Grounds yesterday, when Blackrock and Dungourney met in the County Hurling Final. In the opening stages of the game, Blackrock did exceeding well, and scored pretty freely, but after twenty minutes of play their opponents began to draw level and just before the interval caused a sensation by obtaining a lead of a goal.

In the early portion of the second period Blackrock showed up well, but later fell away considerably, and towards the finish Dungourney scored pretty freely. The winners were better trained than their opponents, and though Blackrock had a few individually brilliant players, some of their older hands gave a disappointing display. On the contrary, Dungourney were an even, well balanced lot, trained to the hour. Over 6,000 persons passed the turnstiles.

                      Southern Star, 02. 07. 1938.

A meeting of South Cork Board of Public Assistance was held on Monday, Mr. B. Cooney, M.C.C., Chairman presiding.

Vote of Sympathy.

Mr. R. Daly, M.C.C. stated that it was with great regret that he read on Saturday of the death of Very Rev. Dr. Edwin Fitzgibbon, O.M. Cap. Deceased was a native of his own locality, Dungourney, and he recalled with what pride they followed his distinguished academic course in Rochestown as a boy, and subsequently at the Cork College and at Louvain. They felt very proud of him when he secured the distinguished position of Professor of Philosophy at the Cork College, and when he was appointed Provincial of the Capuchin Order. ‘’He had filled these exalted offices with distinction and dignity, and, despite his great responsibilities, he continued to take the liveliest interest in his native Dungourney’’.

He (Mr. Daly) had the honour of being Chairman of the Dungourney Hurling Club in their great days, and he remembered well the interest and pride Dr. Edwin took in their many victories. He proposed that the Board extend to his brother, the Capuchin Communities at Holy Trinity, Rochestown, and St. Bonaventure’s their sincere sorrow on his lamented death.

Mr. D. G. Buckley, seconding, said the late Dr. Edwin was a noted and noble priest whose advice was always valued by the people of Cork. He had left behind him a monument that would always keep his memory alive in the hearts of the Gaels – that was the Fitzgibbon Cup.

Mr. Brazier, supporting, said the people of the City and County, no less than the Capuchin Community, had suffered a grievous loss by the death of Dr. Edwin.

Other members, as well as the secretary on behalf of the staff, having joined in the expressions of sympathy, the motion was passed in silence.     

Clonmult/Dungourney Parish News.

Masses During the Week: Monday/Thursday 9.30am. Friday 9.30am and 7.30pm.

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

Last Week’s Collection: Door €251.33. Thank you.

Petrol Collection: The envelopes for the annual petrol collection will be distributed to the houses of the parish during the coming week.

The Faithful Departed: Anniversaries Ina/Ted Harnedy. May they rest in peace.

Clonmult Church: Cleaners for July, Eileen Leahy, Chris Coughlan, Catherine O’Riordan and Ita Kelleher.

Dungourney Church: Collectors for July, Maurice Lane and Richard Harney.

Dungourney Lotto Results: No’s Drawn, 1, 5, 7. No Winner.

Lucky Dip. €35 Joe Gould. €25 Cathy O’Callaghan. €15 John Cronin.

Next week’s Jackpot €1200.

JHL Div. 3. Dungourney 1-17 Russel Rovers 4-12.

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