Ascension of The Lord, May 24, 2009

Next Sunday is Pentecost Sunday 31st May

Family Fun Day

11.00 am: Celebration of Mass our Young Confirmation People will renew their Commitment to‘Live by the Power of the Holy Spirit by making healthy life choices’.

11.40 am: Planting a tree to commemorate 3years in existence of ‘Mooncoin Parish Peer Drug Education’

11.55 am: Refreshments in the hall and the presentation of Certificates to the: Peer Educators and Confirmation Young people. The certificates will be given out by John Taffe the representative of the Irish Bishops’ Drugs initiative.

12.40 pm: The Fun Begins! Barbeque! Bouncy Castles! Gladiators! Face painting – Puppet show – Barney, Bob the Builder and Homer Simpson will be there! There will be a Talent Show, Parachute Games and a Disco. Music to suit all tastes and fun to be had by all!

We would like to say a ‘BIG THANK YOU’ to all the involved in the Mooncoin Parish Drug Initiative who researched and organised much of the day, also to the extended committee, Thank You! All helpers will be recognisable by their coloured bib! Come along and enjoy our ‘Family Fun Day’ !! All children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

God, who made the earth,
The air, the sky, the sea,
Who gave the light its birth,
Careth for me.

God, who made the grass,
The flower, the fruit, the tree,
The day and night to pass,
Careth for me.

God, who made all things,
On earth, in air, in sea,
Who changing seasons bring,
Careth for me.

RESULTS: Primary Schools: Mooncoin 2-0 : Tullogher 1-0. U14: Mooncoin 3-3 : James Stephens 2-2.
Hard luck to our Feile team who were beaten by a very strong Mullinavat side in the quarter final.
U12 and U16 training will commence in June. New members always welcome.

Thank you to all the people who collected and contributed to the recent collection for ‘BRAINWAVE’ The Irish Epilepsy Association. Amount Collected €849.
To all who supported the fundraiser for the Niall Mellon Township Trust on Saturday last. €976 Euro was raised between the Bike Run and the Raffle and hopefully a good day & night was had by all, despite the bad weather.

Thanks to all who supported the Camel Race Night in the Royal Oak in aid of Habitat for Humanity Ireland. The total amount raised was €5,264.60. Your support was greatly appreciated.

We welcome into oour Faith Community the following who were baptised recently.
Tom & Lucy Cuddihy, Carrigeen, and Aine Doyle, Ballygorey.

READERS: (6.30pm) Josie Dolan, Nellie Phelan.
CLEANERS: May 30/June 6 Bridgid McGrath, Pauline Tobin, Elsie McGrath, Ellen Fitzpatrick.

MINISTERS: May 30 (8pm) Mary Murphy, Teresa O’Neill. May 31 (10am) Yvonne Pheasey, Catriona O’Reilly.
READERS: May 30 (8pm) Tony & James Gaynor. May 31 (10am) Breda Walsh, Joe Sullivan.
ALTAR SOCIETY: May 30 Judy Doherty, Margo Delahunty.

Mary Brigid Walsh, Mooncoin. Tommy & Anna Kinsella, Ballytarsney. Christy Rowe, Chapel Street. Anna Talbot, St Annes Terrace. Mary O’Brien, New Road. James Murphy, Ballincur. Nora & Thomas Rowe, Carrick Road. Anna Hearne, Carrick Road. Mike Walsh, Crawn.
John Walsh, Crawn.