4th September 2016


Sunday Collection: The Collection came to £1610. The Development Collection came to £530.   Thank you for your kind contributions as always.  There will be a Development Collection taken up next Sunday (11th).


Confessions & duty: Tues – Fri inclusive 2pm – 5pm. Saturday 5pm – 6.15pm.

Mon - Friday Mass @ 8pm. Saturday - Vigil @ 6.30pm. Sunday 10.30am, 12noon & 4pm.

Car Draw: We will have a meeting tomorrow Monday to organize our Dinner Dance and Car Draw. The Dinner Dance is scheduled for Friday 25th November in the Killyhevlin Hotel.


Mother Teresa’s Canonisation: In Rome today one of the world’s most popular saints will be canonised. In the minds of many, she’s always been a saint; the Church makes it official today in Rome. Mother Teresa became synonymous with sainthood as she attended the sick and dying in the poorest parts of the world. The date of her canonisation was chosen because it’s the eve of the 19th Anniversary of her death. Saint Teresa, or more famously, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, was born on the 26th August 1910. She was baptised on the 27th August 1910 afterwards celebrated the 27th as her birthday. Even non-believers know who Mother Teresa was.

Mother Teresa’s philosophy: “People are often unreasonable, irrational, and self-centred. Forgive them anyway.

If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Be kind anyway.

If you are successful, you will win some unfaithful friends and some genuine enemies. Succeed anyway.

If you are honest and sincere people may deceive you. Be honest and sincere anyway.

What you spend years creating, others could destroy overnight. Create anyway.

The good you do today, will often be forgotten. Do good anyway.

Give the best you have, and it will never be enough. Give your best anyway.

In the final analysis, it is between you and God. It was never between you and them anyway.”


Septembers Church Cleaning Group will meet on Wednesday 7th @ 8.30pm. E Burns, J & M Connolly, M Bonner, M Westwater,

C Kelly, M & A Molloy, D Masterson, A M Kirkup & B Pye.

Feasts of the Week: Thursday is Our Lady’s birthday. Friday is the feast of St Ciaran. Like Jesus himself, he was the son of a carpenter. He was Abbot Clonmacnois and died there.


Let us celebrate with joyful hearts the birth of the Virgin Mary, of whom was born the sun of justice, Christ our Lord. PRAYER: Father of mercy, / give your people help and strength from heaven. / The birth of the Virgin Mary’s Son was the dawn of our salvation. / May this celebration of her birthday bring us closer to lasting peace. Amen.


First Profession:We congratulate Antony Connelly and Aidan O'Kane who are due to make their First Profession as Passionists in Holy Cross, Ardoyne, on Sunday 11th September during Mass at 12 noon.


DUTY FOR THE WEEK: Mon No duty. Mass @ 8pm - Brian. Tues – Brian. Wed – Victor. Thurs – Augustine.    

Fri – Victor.   Sat – Augustine.      (All duty is subject to change if an emergency occurs.)

Masses: 10th & 11th Sept: Vigil 6.30pm: Brian.   10.30am:  Brian.   12noon: Brian   & 4pm: Augustine.  


The Green Platform by Declan Coyle: We have obtained a limited number of Declan Coyle’s book The Green Platform. They cost £13 and are available at the shop today. We also got a limited amount of his latest book Living The Green Platform also priced @ £13.


Memorial Service: An interdenominational Service in memory of babies who have died following miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal and infant deaths will be held on Sunday 11th September 2016 at 3pm in the lecture theatre, South West Acute Hospital.If you wish to attend please enter the hospital by main entrance and you will be shown to the venue. Refreshments available after service. All are welcome.


Mindfulness Meditation with Mary Conway – This programme is very valuable for anyone living with stress, anxiety, pain or illness.   8-Week Programme commences Wednesday 12th October.  Registration and Induction Tuesday 6th September 7.30pm – 9pm.  For information & application forms contact Aisling Centre 028 66 325811


The Shop:You are invited to visit our shop. There is a wide range of religious objects and gifts as well as copies of Fr Brian’s books and CD’s of our regular singers. The shop is open every day from 9.30am until Mass time in the evening. You can also enrol your intentions in our Mass Guild during those hours. We have a new selection of cards available.

Bulletin: Feel free to take a bulletin home with you. They are free.

Recently Deceased Anniversaries

Sean Mc Ardle, Cork

Margaret Montague, Drumquin


Margaret, Michael &   Sylvester Healy, Roscommon

The Corrigan Family, Tully

Pat & Rose Hegarty, Derrin   Rd, Enniskillen

Clare Cadden, Willoughby Place,   Enniskillen

Michael & Mary Mc Govern, Corratavey, Glangevlin

Laura Joan Hughes, Chanterhill Rd, Enniskillen, (1st   Ann..)

Pat Maguire, Garrison

John Keown, Mullaghdun & the Keown & Keoghan families, Enniskillen,   Mullaghdun and Derriens West

Bridget Breen & Breen family, Brookeborough