THE GRAAN WEEKLY BULLETIN

18th October 2015

Sunday Collection: The Collection came to 1685.   The Development Collection came £631.   Thanks as always for your great generosity.  There will be a Development Collection taken up next Sunday (25th).

Today is the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Today we celebrate Mission Sunday with the theme ‘Abundant life’.

 

Tomorrow is the feast of Paul Of The Cross: There will be a blessing with the Relic of St Paul of the Cross after 8pm tomorrow evening.    Paul Of The Cross founded the Passionist Congregation. He was born in 1694 and died in 1775. He brought companions together to live and preach the Passion of Christ. Why the Passion? Because it showed God's love and mercy for us. It was his favourite subject. When he was old and sick he used to say to other Passionists, "Let mercy always be upper-most. If I was 30 years younger, I would go through the world and preach nothing but the mercy of God." For more than 40 years of his life he was incapacitated by sickness. But worse still was his inner suffering. He often said he felt as dry as an old stick. When it came to prayer, like his Master on Calvary, he experienced a terrifying sense of abandonment by God. It was he said, "Like being in hell." The Passion of Christ goes on in the world today, especially in the neglected, the poor and suffering. St Paul of the Cross brought his companions together to help suffering people. That's why we Passionists are still at The Graan.

 

Bereavement Night will be held on Monday 2nd November @ 8pm.

 

The Graan Dinner Dance - Friday November the 27th November at the Killyhelvin Hotel with Johnny Brady and his band The Dinner Dance tickets cost £30.00 each and are available at reception today. It will be on a first come first served basis and it is not possible to reserve Dinner Dance tickets. It’s “Sale” only. Refunds will not be possible after November 20th.

Our Raffle tickets are available at the porch doors also. Please take a book or two to sell to your friends.  

Ticket Selling: Thanks to all those who have volunteered to sell at ASDA on Wed, Thurs & Fri of this week. Dunnes 19th, 20th & 21st   Nov. TESCO – 18th & 19th Nov. Leave your name & number at reception if you can help.

Spot Prizes: As always we are looking for spot prizes for the dinner dance. Contact us if you have a Spot Prize and we will collect it or if you can leave it in at the front door of the Monastery with your name and address clearly written on it, we will be most grateful. Every spot prize will be given away on the night.

 

The November Dead List: Please take a November Dead list leaflet with you today and return it as soon as possible. The enrolled names will be left on the Altar during November and remembered at Mass during November.

Confessions & duty: Tues – Fri inclusive 2pm – 5pm. Saturday 5pm – 6pm.

Priest available for the Week: Sun & Mon: No priest available. Mass on Mon @ 8pm:Brian Tues: Brian. Wed: Victor.  

Thurs: Augustine. Mass: Niall.  Fri: Anthony. Sat: Anthony. Masses 24th & 25th Oct: Vigil 6.30pm: Anthony. 10.30am:. Brian. 12noon: Brian. 4pm: Victor. (Celebrants may change as circumstances dictate).

 

The lesson: The people who make a difference in your life are not the ones with the most credentials, the most money, or the most awards. They are the ones that care.

 

Ellie Nicholl Research Fund: A Halloween themed fundraiser with celebrity auction in the Westville Hotel on Friday 30th October.  Tickets £20 and available at the Hospice Shop, Lilley’s Centra or online at Ellie Nicholl’s Facebook Page.

BOTHA CCE: The first of our music sessions for this year will take place on Sunday 25th October from 6.30-8.30 pm in Tir Navar. All children who attend the music class are encouraged to come along.

Marie Curie fundraising Dance will be held in St Ninnidhs Hall in Derrylin on Saturday 24th of October. Music Supplied by Ally Harron & Marian Curry. Dancing from 10 pm till late.

Summer time Ends: The clocks go back one hour next weekend.

The Shop:Please come and visit our shop. There is a wide range of religious objects and gifts as well a new selection of cards.         Bulletin: Feel free to take a bulletin home with you. They are free.

Recently   Deceased Anniversaries

Austin Darragh, Tara Hill,   Co Meath

Families at Halting Site,   Dublin

Patrick Collins, Rockfield,   Derry

Teresa Gaffney, nee   Ferguson, Armagh late of Darling St, Enniskillen & Belcoo

Colin   Mc Manus, Letterbreen

Mary   Mc Geough, nee Shannon, New York &   Derrylin

                 Anniversaries

Paddy   & Molly Breen, Derrin Rd, Enniskillen

Theresa   Donnelly, Enniskillen

Mary   Mc Cabe, Derrygonnelly

Brendan   Corrigan, Blacklion

Winifred   Neville, Omagh

Patrick   Nolan & Nolan & Leonard Families, Drumkeen

Johnny   Hoy, Millgreen, Derrygonnelly

Patrick   & Bridget Drumm, Tiravee, Kinawley

Patrick   Joseph & Catherine Mc Garrigle, Garrison

Thomas   & Ellen Burns, Garrison

Patrick   & Katherine Flanagan, Roscor, Belleek

Parvaz   Nagi, Enniskillen

James   & Sarah Mc Hugh, Monea

Jack   Mc Cann, Dublin formerly Trillick

Sean   Mc Cusker, Omagh