Sunday, 19th January 2020
|Saturday||7.00pm||Nora O’Dwyer RIP (A).|
|Sunday||10.00am||Maura O’Dwyer RIP.|
|Sunday||11.30am||Bridget and James McNamara RIP (A),
Bruce Basheer RIP Month’s Mind.
Weekday Mass Times: Monday to Friday, Mass at 9.45am each morning. Weekday Mass is preceded by the Holy Rosary and Morning Prayer is celebrated after Mass.
|Monday||9.45am||Cora Mooney RIP.|
|Tuesday||9.45am||P. J. Stritch RIP.|
|Wednesday||9.45am||Cora Mooney RIP.|
|Thursday||9.45am||P. J. Stritch RIP.|
|Friday||9.45am||Frank Davis RIP and Chrissie Ryan RIP (A).|
Please pray for
Maura O’Dwyer RIP who died recently and for the consolation of her bereaved loved ones and for those whose anniversaries occur at this time.
We welcome into the community of the Church those who were baptised recently:
- Arlo James McNamara son of Robert and Nicole.
- Katie Elaine Nicholas daughter of David and Emma.
€1,070.00. Thank you.
The annual Diocesan Collection for the Limerick Social Service Centre takes this weekend. The Centre provides a wide variety of services to individuals, young and old, and to families.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Continues each Tuesday from 10am until 10pm.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
Takes place January 18th to 25th. Our own Christian unity will be discovered not only through showing hospitality to one another, but also through loving encounters with those who do not share our language or culture. As St. Paul proclaimed in Rome, it is God’s will that salvation is for all peoples. (see Acts 28:28).
Catholic Schools Week 2020
26th January to 2nd February. The theme this year is: Living in Harmony with God’s Creation. As Irish society changes, it is important that we reflect on the unique contribution of Catholic schools to our collective goal of education. Catholic schools offer a view of the world as the gift of God’s creation. We are called to be co-creators of love and joy in the world, thus sharing God’s love.
We are called to be stewards of the environment, with a responsibility to protect the environment around us for future generations.
Diocese of Limerick Theology on Tap
8pm 11th February at Bobby Byrnes. Prove it, Does Science Disprove God. Speaker: Fr. Conor McDonough OP. Finger Food provided.
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Check it fits
Since October 2013, the RSA’s ‘Check it Fits’ Service has checked over 35,000 child car seats and restraints in Ireland. Worryingly, 79% of seats required a major adjustment, of which 3% were deemed not fit for purpose and condemned, meaning they could have caused injury or even death in the event of a collision.
The Check it Fits service is quick, it’s easy, it’s free. On the day our experts will advise on how to fix any problem, demonstrate how to fit the restraint correctly and answer any queries participants might have. Our experts aim to put parent’s, grandparent’s and guardian’s minds at ease that their child’s car seat is safely and securely fitted in their car.
We will be visiting the following locations in Limerick: SuperValu Castletroy, on Tuesday 21st January 2020 from 10.00am until 5.30pm
Pilates will resume on Wednesday, January 29th in Monaleen GAA Hall at 9.10am.
Operation Transformation Parish Walks
Monaleen G.A.A. Club is delighted to announce their engagement with Operation Transformation and Get Ireland Walking.
As a community, we will walk one night per week, starting and finishing at the Clubhouse. So let’s kick start your health plan for 2020 and have some fun by taking part. Participants are requested to meet at Monaleen GAA Clubhouse to register.
Time: Mondays for the next 5 weeks at 7.30pm.
There is no cost involved and is open to all members and non members, however, no dogs are allowed and all children must be accompanied. Participants are asked to wear high visibility clothing, bring torches and let’s light up our community
Intentions for Next Weekend:
|Saturday||7.00pm||Margaret Doyle RIP (A).
Pat Doyle RIP Month’s Mind.
|Sunday||11.30am||Margaret O’Brien RIP (A) & the deceased members of the O’Brien & Hurley families.|