Prayers of the Faithful
Every week a large amount of requests are often personally made in prayer, asking God for something, or indeed giving thanks for something received. This is done perhaps silently, maybe by lighting a candle, or even by asking a friend to pray for a particular petition.
The Prayers of the Faithful hold an important place in the context of the Sunday Mass. In many ways they give us the opportunity to bring our prayers and our needs right to the heart of our great Christian celebration.
In an effort to make this more real, and to make our Prayers reflect the real needs of our faith community; we are asking people to please write your personal petition, or thanksgiving on a piece of paper and place it in the boxes provided. These prayers will be remembered at all of our masses and some will be prayed aloud in a general way (that is to say without names etc..) at our Sunday Masses.
The Petitions can be filled out and placed the box in each of the churches in our parish.
May the good Lord listen to our prayers.
Day Care Centre
Reopens on January 20 from 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
Mew members are most welcome.
Happy New Year to all members.
Coláiste Cois Siúire
Evening Classes (Spring 2010)
Enrolment Night will be held in the school on Tuesday, January 19 between 7pm – 8pm for classes commencing end of January.
(A minimum of 14 per class required in order for classes to commence)
Classes on offer include:
* Basic Computers (for beginners)
* AutoCAD (Introductory Course)
* Personal Beauty Care and Wellbeing
* Art - Watercolours (Beginners and Improvers)
* Bridge (Beginners)
For further information, phone 0895112 between 9am & 3pm.
Silver Circle - WEEK 11
€200 - John Flynn, Cork. €100 - Sharon Carroll, Comeragh View. €50 - Shona O’Brien, Suir Crescent. €20 - Eamonn Holden Main Street; John Fielding, Polerone; Mary English, Carrick Road; Una Foley, Main Street; David Foley, Kilcraggan; Peggy McDonald, Main Street; Bernard Keane, Riverquarter; Benny Aylward, Gortrush; Noreen Mahon, Dournane; Pete Doyle, Luffany; Martin Gordon, Belline; Shane Law O’Neill, Roseleigh; Cormac O’Shea, Potnahully; Leah Reid, Polerone; Marion Walsh, Mountneill; Michael Blanchfield, Main Street; Colette Fanning, Old Luffany; Sharon Walsh, C/O Martina Law; Sinead Walsh, Mooncoin Heights; David Heffernan, Passage East.
AGM takes place on Friday, January 22 at 8.00pm sharp in the Complex. All members are asked to attend. Everyone welcome.
Irish Dancing Classes
On Tuesdays at 6.15pm in the Sports Complex, Mooncoin. Also in Piltown on Thursdays at 6.30pm in the Hall opposite Anthony’s Inn Carpark. Phone: 850641.
Dick Moore at 5 Mooncoin Heights on Wednesday, January 20, at 8pm.
3 Guitarists needed for Saturday Evenings Young Peoples Choir – Contact Parish Office at 895123.
In case of emergency
We have had lots of ice lately - but what of ice on your phone?
ICE is a programme that enables first responders, such as ambulance crews, fire-brigade and guards to identify contact information in an emergency. According to this programme people are encouraged to enter emergency contacts in their mobile phone address book under the name "ICE", or even "ICE1", "ICE2", etc. which can then be used in emergency situations.
Blossoms Drama Classes
For children beginning Monday 18th January. Children 4-7 years 3.30pm & 8-12 years 4-5.30pm. Contact Conor at 087 2225225.
AGM will be held in the Royal Oak on Wednesday, January 20, at 8pm.
CLEANERS: Jan 23/30 - Nellie Phelan, Margaret Fielding, Kathleen Mackey, Angela Haley.
MINISTERS: Jan 23 (8pm) Declan Walsh, Suzanne Halley. Jan 24 (10am) Josephine Rowe, Eileen Williams.
READERS: Jan 23 (8pm) Teresa O’Neill, Louise Walsh. Jan 24 (10am) Ronan Walsh, Eilish Walsh.
ALTAR SOCIETY: Jan 23 Ann Grant, Mary Fewer.
READERS: Jan 24 - Marjorie Godinho.
CLEANERS: Jan 23/30 - K. Barden, K. Kinsella.
ALTAR SERVERS: Jan 24 - Aiden & Ciaran Quilty.
Mary McCarthy, Comeragh View;
Aidan Byrne, Dournane Road;
Bridie Hewetson, Ballymountain; Eddie Lacey, Portnahully; Thomas Hennebry, Cloncunney; John Falconer, Clonmore; Walter Dunphy, Tubrid; Johnny Walsh, Ballincur;
Walsh family, Portnascully; Annie O’Keeffe, Moonveen;
Hannah Kearns, Barronswood; Tom Rochford, Barronswood.