Parish Newsletter- 19th June 2022

Saturday 18th June@7.00pm
Martin O’Connor (Month’s Memory).
Frank & Dora Dunne. Paddy, Lilly & Billy Guilfoyle.
Billy, Nellie & Paddy McCormack.
Sunday 19th June@10.00am
Tommy & Mary Watts.
Sunday 19th June@11.30am
Rose & Jack Lowry. Maureen & Michal Convey.
Patrick, Elizabeth & Tom and deceased of the Flattery family.
Tuesday 21st June@7.30pm
St. Aloysius Gonzaga
Jim & Mary Meehan.
Wednesday 22nd June@7.30pm
Ss. John Fisher & Thomas More
No Intention.
Thursday 23rd June@10.00am
The Navitity of St. John The Baptist
No Intention
Friday 24th June@10.00am
The Sacred Heart of Jesus
No Intention.
Saturday 25th June@10.00am
No Intention.
Saturday 25th June@7.00pm
Phil Bastic.
Sunday 26th June@10.00am
Anne & Jay Sheerin. John & Kathleen Daly.
John, Lilly & Maura Casey.
Peter, Kathleen & Mary Naughton
Sunday 26th June@11.30am
Fr. Paddy Keary. Thomas & Rickey Cornally.
Tom Fleming.

Adoration of the Blessed Eucharist
Jesus says ‘Come to me all you who labour and are burdened and I will give you rest.’
Monday & Friday – 5.00-6.00pm
Tuesday & Wednesday – after 7.30pm Mass to 9.00pm.
All are welcome!

We continue to keep the people of Ukraine in our prayers, we pray for the refugees and all who have died in this needless war.

Please pray for the souls of Kitty Yeates, Aughamore; Brendan Montgomery, Streamstown; Michael Browne, Cloughatanny & for Angela Molloy, Kilmucklin; all recently deceased.  R.I.P.

Prayer for Exam Students.
Our Lady of Clonfert, Stay close to me today.
Guide my study and light my way.
Ease my nerves and comfort me,
with peace and love so tenderly.
May I remember the things I need.
May I strive to give my best.
During the moments I may feel stressed,
I’ll try and remember the ways I am blessed.
And if there are times when I feel at sea,
Help me trust that you are here with me.
Our Lady of Clonfert bless me this day and always.

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi)
Jesus welcomes the crowd, taught them, and cured those in need of healing. Recall the ways in which the story of Jesus and his message have brought you enlightenment, and healing. Today we are invited to walk in the footsteps of Jesus by welcoming people affected by Covid, displaced by war, or struggling to make ends meet. Perhaps in the face of these difficulties you feel helpless. So did his disciples and yet Jesus said to them ‘You give them something to eat’. They thought what had been insufficient, but Jesus used the little they had to feed the crowd. Have you ever found that when you give the little you have to a situation, the results were beyond your expectations? The miracle is symbolic of the abundance of blessings coming to us from God through Jesus. How has your faith in Jesus been a source of nourishment to you? What blessings have you received through your faith?

Fr Tony Gonoude, Vocations Director, will preach for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Trim Church, at the 10.00am Mass on Friday 24th June. His focus will be Christ, the Beating Heart of the Sacred Priesthood. Live from Facebook Page: DioceseOfMeathVocations and on Trim Parish Webcam.

The Meath Diocese pilgrimage to Knock: Sunday August 14th, led by Bishop Thomas Deenihan. Anointing of the Sick in the Basilica at 2.30pm and Mass is at 3.00pm. Rosary procession outside on the grounds of the Shrine, weather permitting. See also poster and or Knock Shrine website. .

A Recital by Clara Town Band, will take place on Sunday 26th June at 3.00pm in Clara Church. All Donations to Clara Town Band. Admission FREE.

Collections for 11th & 12th June:
Development Fund: €1,160; Plate: €210; Offerings: €20.
Thank You!

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