Parish Newsletter- 29th May 2021
|Saturday 12th June @7.00pm|
|Frank & Dora Dunne.|
|Sunday 13th June @10.00am|
|Bridie & Michael Lynam & Deceased of the|
Lynam & Keegan Families.
|Sunday 13th June @11.30am|
|Padraig Geoghan. Joe, Tom & Molly Newman.|
Henry, Annie, Michael & Jimmy Dunne. Kathleen Broadbent.
|Tuesday 15th June @7.30am|
|Jim & Mary Meehan|
|Wednesday 16th June @7.30pm|
|Lilly Scully. Mary Kate Gavin.|
Deceased of the Feerey Family
|Thursday 17th June @10.00am|
|Friday 18th June @10.00am|
|Saturday 19th June @10.00am|
|Saturday 19th June @7.00pm|
|Sunday 20th June @10.00am|
|Gerard, John & Kathleen Daly.|
Paddy & Chris McDonnell.
|Sunday 20th June @11.30am|
|John & Kathleen Meehan. Sean & Kyle Claffey.|
Billy, Nellie & Paddy McCormack.
Coming to Mass in Clara?
1/ It is necessary to collect a ticket for the Weekend Mass you wish to attend. Tickets- limited to 50 for each Mass- are available in Clara Church on Tuesday 2.00pm-3.00pm or Thursday 4.00pm-5.00pm. One ticket per household.
2/ Use sanitiser provided at the entrance to sanitise your hands.
3/ Always observe social distancing of 2 Metres.
4/ Only sit in the places marked in the church.
Family members of one household may sit together.
5/ Enter by the Main Entrance only. Exit by all 3 doors.
6/ It is mandatory to wear a face mask.
Please pray for the souls of Ann Redmond, Oak View & Josie Williams (Keegan) Killard & UK; both recently deceased.
THE MOST HOLY TRINITY!
“I am with you”. Today’s Gospel is often referred to as the ‘Great Commission’. It contains the instructions of the Risen Jesus to the disciples to spread the Good News to the ends of the earth, to teach and to baptise ‘in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit’. As we celebrate Trinity Sunday today, we pay attention in particular to the very last words of Matthew’s Gospel: ‘And know that I am with you always; yes, to the end of time.’ Jesus will be with his followers through the gift of the Holy Spirit, God’s presence with us. We read that some of the disciples were hesitant when they encountered Jesus on the mountain. They had lost him to death, and now he was risen and with them again in the flesh. They may have felt they weren’t ready or able for the task he was handing over to them. These first disciples were an imperfect group of people, yet Jesus chose them to spread God’s vision of love, compassion and justice throughout the world. Perhaps, like some of the disciples, we are fearful or doubtful. At a time when everything is changing so rapidly, it can be difficult to navigate our own faith journey, never mind communicate it to others. Yet we have Jesus’ assurance that he is with us, with the love and strength we need. The Holy Spirit is at work, inspiring and guiding us, shaping our lives, helping us to make the love of God present to all we meet. ‘Love is the greatest force in the universe. It is the heartbeat of the moral cosmos. He who loves is a participant in the being of God.’
Martin Luther King Jr.
Marian Pilgrimages have released their pilgrimage schedule for 2021 & 2022 to Lourdes, Medjugorje, Fatima, Italy & Holy Land. Registration form and Information on: www.marian.ie or ring Marian Pilgrimages on (01) 878 8159
Accord Tullamore are looking for Facilitators for their Marriage Care Service. Professional training is provided. If interested, please contact Aisling on 01 5053112 or by email to Registration form and Information on: www.accord.ie