30th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, Oct 24, 2010

Phelim Byrne television and radio chef will host a Christmas theme cookery demonstration, as a fundraiser for the Girls’ School on Tuesday, November 30, in Comerford’s Lounge. He will cook and give hints for the perfect Christmas Dinner (you may find new starters/desserts etc to impress your family and friends)> You will get to taste some of his creations also. All recipes will be available to take home. Everyone - no matter where you are seated - will be able to see him, as his cameraman will show everything on two screens.
This should be an enjoyable night and we would ask you to inform your friends. Sisters, mothers, mothers-in-law and any men interested to attend. Cost €20. Tickets will be available from the school from Nov 1. Contact Sinead between 10 and 11am, Monday to Thursday on 895503. Places are limited so get your tickets early.
7.00 - 7.35pm: Cheese & Wine Reception.
7.45pm: Cookery Demonstration approx 2½ to 3 hours with interval in between. Raffle on the night will include vouchers for his cookery courses.

Celebration of Fr. Eamonn O’Gorman’s ministry in Mooncoin parish will take place in the Parish Hall on Saturday, October 30 at 9pm. Everybody welcome for music, chat and refreshments.

Well done to Mooncoin Senior Football Team who beat Mullinavat in the quarter final, this was played under lights on Wednesday in Piltown. The final score was Mooncoin 0-11 : Mullinavat 0-10. The Semi Final will be played in Thomastown on Bank Holiday Monday, October 25, at 2.30pm against Muckalee. Come along and support the lads.

October 31, Vigil Masses for the Holy Day
Mooncoin - Mass at 6.30pm
Carrigeen - Mass at 8.00pm.

November 1, (Monday) Feast of All Saints - Holy Day
Kilnaspic - Mass at 9.00am
Carrigeen - Mass at 10.00am
Mooncoin - Mass at 11.00am
We will remember all who have died throughout the parish in the last year from November to November in the Vigil Mass of All Saints in Mooncoin Church. (Candles can be collected for your loved one in the sacristy before the start of Mass).

November 2, Feast of All Souls
Mooncoin - Mass at 7.30pm
All are invited to remember their loved ones who have passed away.
(Candles can be collected for your loved one in the sacristy before the start of Mass).

Please Support our coffee morning/cake sale for the Parish Drug Awareness programme in the Supper Room in Parish Hall on Friday, October 29, at 11am.

The Pioneer Dinner Dance is on the November 19. If anyone is due for a gold or silver pin please ring 895483 as soon as possible.

Would you like to help out with the Altar Serving in Church on Sundays, Church Holidays and Eve of the First Fridays? To qualify all you need is to have made your First Holy Communion. If you are interested contact Fr Eamonn O’Gorman on 051-895123 or 087 2831005. It would be a great help! Thanks in anticipation.

READERS: Oct 30/Nov 6 (6.30pm) Sean Hassett & Josie Dolan.

READERS: Oct 30 (8pm) Michael Fewer Ward, Mary Fewer. Oct 31 (10am) Ellie Hogan, Josephine Jones.
ALTAR SOCIETY: Oct 30 Ann Grant, Mary Fewer.

MINISTER: Oct 31 - Katherine Hogan.
READER: Oct 31 - Clare Walsh.
ALTAR SERVERS: Oct 31 - Ian, Fiona & Andrew Long.

We commend to your generous prayers
Sr. Marie (Peggy) Murphy, Waterford, who died recently.
May she Rest in Peace.

Wattie Hogan, Clogga Mills; Michael Jacob, Luffany;
Kathleen Kelly, Ballygorey; John & Patrick Wall, Mooncoin; Maggie Dunne, Carrick Rd; Paddy Holden, Carrick Rd;
Andy Carroll, Dungooley; Mary Atkins, Comeragh View; Noreen O’Brien, Comeragh View; James & Mary Kearney, Kilmacow;
Richard & Eileen Wilson, Portlaw; David Power, Turkstown.