Masses during the Week: Monday to Friday at 9.30 a.m.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 p.m.
Last Weekend’s Collection: Door – €318.05. Thank You.
The Faithful Departed: Anniversaries: Margaret O’Riordan. May she rest in peace.
Cloyne Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes: Takes place from 1st to 6th June, 5 nights full board, under the Patronage of Most Rev. William Crean D.D., Bishop of Cloyne. Pilgrimage Director: Rev. Tobias Bluitt P.P. Pilgrim booking forms available now from Joe Walsh Tours, 117 Patrick Street, Cork. Tel: 021 4277959. Details of the Special /Assisted Section available from 19th January, 2018. Contact the parish Secretary, 27/28 Bank Place, Mallow, Co. Cork. Tel: 022 20276. Closing date for this section is 27th March 2018.
“Is the Lord calling you to Priesthood?” An afternoon for men considering a vocation to the Priesthood in the Diocese of Cloyne will be held on Sunday, 28th January at the Nano Nagle Centre, Killavullen, from 2.30pm-5.00pm. The afternoon will consist of reflection, prayer and the opportunity to find out more about becoming a priest in our diocese. For more information or to express interest in attending please contact Fr Brian Boyle (Vocations Director) at 025 32963 or Fr Damien Lynch (Assistant Vocations Director) at 021-7332948. Web: cloynediocese.ie/priesthood. Email: email@example.com.
Easter Pilgrimage Fatima 2018 (Last remaining seats). Led by Fr. Kevin O’Boyle, 6 days ex Dublin – Full Board. Also Mass in Saint Anthony’s Church in Lisbon where Saint Anthony was born. Stations of the Cross in Fatima, all Easter ceremonies included with open air Mass on Easter Sunday. Contact – James Treacy 061 921470
The Irish Catholic Newspaper is available for sale at the back of the Church after Mass each weekend. It contains some very interesting topics, parish based news and items of interest. Suitable for adults and teenagers. An excellent read.
Cork Scripture Group: The Gospel of Mark: Exploring the earliest of the Gospels, Presented by: Mons Ned Goold, Marian Mortell, Fr Seán O Sullivan and Phil Mortell.
Time: 7.30 p.m. – 9.30 p.m. Monday 19th and 26th February 2018, Monday 5th and 12th March 2018. SCALA Centre [entrance directly opposite Blackrock Castle]. Cost: €50 per module. [Cost of module includes the Workshop on Gospel Perspectives on Family with Dr Jessie Rogers, Maynooth on Saturday 24th February in the Sacred Heart Hall, Western Road from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. – Cost for workshop only is €10.00] For information and bookings email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021-4295144 before 12th Feb 2018. All are welcome.
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GAA Lotto results. No’s Drawn, 12, 13, 15.
No Winner. Lucky Dip.
€35 Stephen Motherway.
€25 Martin O’Brien.
€15 Ann Wallace.
Next week’s jackpot – €1200.00.
Social Dancing: Clonmult Old School, Sunday 21st, January, 8 to 10 pm.
Music: Dermot & Irene.
All are Welcome.
Progressive 45: Card Results Wednesday 17th January.
1st, Joe Browne & Oliver Manley.
2nd, Ann & Ann Cotter.
3rd, Maura & Mary O’Riordan.
Best of Last 5, Mary Blackmore & Frank Keating.
Last Game, Margaret Sheehan & Maria Leahy.
Clonmult Ambush Centenary Commemoration Committee: We are holding a “Table Quiz” at the Two Mile Inn on Friday 16th February, at 8.30 pm. Teams of Four, Team and Spot prizes. Contact: Tim O’Sullivan, 086/8057262.
Clonmult commemoration 2018. On Sunday 25 February next the 11 am mass will be celebrated at Clonmult church to remember those killed at the Battle of Clonmult, 20th February 1921.
Afterwards at 12.30 there will be a remembrance ceremony at the battle site.
The ceremonies at Clonmult are being organised by a committee from the local community.
The date has been changed from the 18th so as not to clash with the Battle of Clonmult remembrance ceremony in Midleton on that date.