Fr. Michael Quinn 094-9254301, 087-9082342, email@example.com
Mass Times & Intentions
Sat/day 8.00 Carracastle: Charles, Una & Margaret Feeley, Cloonaweema
Sunday 10.00 Rooskey: Paul McDonagh, grandparents James & Bridget /McDonagh & son Ted, Derrikinlough. Thomas Phillips & /son Tommy & daughter Kathleen Rogers, Cloontia, dec'd /McDonagh & Phillips Families
Sunday 11.30 Carracastle: For the Community, the Living & the Deceased Monday 10.00 Carracastle: Donors Intentions
Tuesday 10.00 Carracastle: Donors Intentions
Wednes. 10.00 Rooskey: Donors Intentions
Thurs. 10.00 Carracastle: Special Intention
Friday 7.00 Rooskey: Donors Intentions
Sat/day 10.00 Carracastle: No Mass
Sat/day 8.00 Carracastle: Dominick Morrisroe, Cloonlumney & brother Tony /& son-in-law Bernard Feeney
Sunday 10.00 Rooskey: Nora & Mick Merriman, Shraugh
Sunday 11.30 Carracastle: For the Community, the Living & the Deceased
Your prayers please for Patrick Breheny. Anniv. 6th May & deceased of Breheny & Ryan families and all whose anniversaries occur at this time.
Ministers for next Saturday & Sunday 17th & 18th May, Fifth Sunday of Easter Carracastle: Saturday 8.00:
Servers: Natasha & Sarah-Jane Richardson, Ailish Taheny
Reader: Morrisroe Family
Holy Communion: Martin Owens
Offertory Gifts: Morrisroe Family
Offertory Collectors: James Murphy & Michael Crowley
Servers: Kian Parsons, Ryan Murphy, Jamie Duffy
Reader: Stephanie Quinn
Holy Communion: Dorothy Richardson, Marian Marren
Offertory Gifts: Helen Vesey & Winnie Gallagher
Offertory Collectors: Vinny Coleman & Martin Owens Rooskey: Sunday 10.00:
Reader: Veronica Killoran
Servers: Niall Towey, Adam McGowan
Holy Communion: Kathleen Duffy
Offertory Gifts: Merriman Family
Offertory Collectors: Owen Callaghan & Sean Callaghan
Pilgrimage to Medjugorje from Knock on the 10th Sept. Contact group leader Marita Concannon on 098 64017/0894146331
4th Sunday of Easter is Vocations Sunday. We recognise today our own unique calling as sons and daughters of God. As we recall our baptism we unite our prayers with the prayers of all believers in praying for vocations to the priesthood and religious life. Vocations Director, Fr. Gabriel Murphy, Keash, Ballymote, Co. Sligo. Tel. 086-3429686. Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Praying for the Diocese 2014: Kilmovee, a parish in East Mayo, includes four church areas; Kilmovee, Urlaur, Kilkelly and Glann. Each brings its own distinct style and contribution to the Faith Story. Its churches range in age from one of the oldest in the Diocese (St Patrick's, Glann) to the the two most recently built (Kilkelly and Urlaur). There exists a strong tradition of faith and an embracing of all things Irish; Traditional Music, GAA, Irish Language (with emphasis on drama) and, central to all a "Céad Mile Fáilte". Urlaur Abbey is the focus of much pride and its Hallowed Ground, welcomes pilgrim and visitor, especially on August 4th for the Annual Pattern. Kilmovee boasts a hugely active and enterprising Community Centre that acts as a hub for much that takes place - from Postal Services to the weekly "eyes down" that is "Community Bingo". Likewise, each of the four areas has its own history, identity and network of activity but we strive to be as one – as Parish - God's People. Frs Vincent Sherlock and John Maloney are the priests of the parish.
Achonry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock takes place on Sunday next 18th May. Ceremonies begin with the Anointing of the Sick at 2.30pm followed by Mass at 3pm. Confessions are available in the Confessional Chapel throughout the day. This year all parishioners are requested to make a special effort to be present as we continue praying for our diocese at this time.
Evening of Reflection for Ministers of Holy Communion & Readers led by Fr. John Durkan in Kilmovee Community Centre, Tuesday May 13th at 7.30pm. All are requested to please attend.
Parish Pastoral Council thanks all who attended meeting Thurs. night & for valuable ideas shared.
Baptism: We welcome into the Christian Community Elena Catherine Rizza who was baptised in Carracastle Church on Saturday last. Congratulations to her parents Emanuele & Roisin (Kearney).
Caiseal Gaels: Best of luck to the Minor team in the Minor League B Final v Tooreen this Sunday at 6.30 pm in Ballaghaderreen. U12's play Ballina in Ballaghaderreen at 5pm.
The Community Council expresses thanks to everyone who contributed in any way to their recent fundraiser which was a great success. They are hosting a music festival in August. Details later.
Friendship Group Wed. 14th May, 11.30 – 1.30 in Community Centre. All members are requested to please attend to make arrangements for the outing. Thanks to all who contributed to the recent Alzheimers Tea Day, a total of €181 was raised.
Living With Cancer Day Retreat: Lough Derg, Thursday 22nd May. Booking is essential at 071 9861518 or email@example.com
Pope Francis the Man and his Message - A conference exploring the life and ministry of Pope Francis will be held at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick from Friday, May 23rd at 7.00pm until Saturday 24th at 4.00pm. It will examine how his vision has been shaped by his Jesuit formation and earlier experiences in leadership, as well as exploring some of the significant themes that are emerging in his efforts to renew the Church and its mission. Among the speakers is Paul Vallely, one of the Pope’s biographers. For details: Deirdre 061 20450 or Deirdre.firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayo North East will hold Free Training for Community Groups on “How to Complete Grant Application” in The Cultural Centre, Swinford Tues. May 20th 7.30pm – 9pm. Booking essential! Contact Patricia Crawley 0872135960 email email@example.com
Its The Real McCoy by Tommy Marren in Banada Abbey hall Fri. 16th May at 8pm. Proceeds to Magic Moments Playschool Aclare and Aclare Family Resource Centre.
Western Care Association: Concert presented by Anette Griffin & John Staunton in McWilliam Park Hotel, Wed. May 14th. Special guests on the night. Tickets €15 available from Hotel, local outlets & online at www.iregister.ie/mayoconcert & on the door on the night.
Music in Davys: Traditional music Sunday night with Joe Grady. All musicians welcome.