1st January 2017

Christmas Collection: Thank you for your continued generosity to The Graan and especially for all the gifts, donations and collection at Christmas. May God reward you all.  

There will be Development Collection taken up next Sunday 8th January.


Happy New Year: We wish each and every one of you a happy and blessed New Year from all of us at The Graan Monastery. May 2017 bring you many blessings.


Monday 2nd January is a Bank Holiday. Mass will be at 11am – Brian. The shop and Monastery will be open until 12noon.


Confessions and Duty will resume on Tues 3rd Jan 2017 from 2pm – 5pm. Mass at 8pm.

DUTY FOR THE WEEK: Sunday & Monday No Duty. Mass @ 11am – Brian. Tuesday – Arthur.

Wed: Victor.   Thur – Brian. Fri (6th Jan) – Holyday Day Masses @ 10.30am - Victor 12noon – Arthur.   8pm – Anthony. (Duty) – Anthony. Sat – Brian.

Masses 7th & 8th January Vigil 6.30pm: Brian. 10.30am: Arthur. 12noon: Anthony & 4pm – Victor

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament resumes on Friday 13th January 2017.  


Christmas Crib: Please visit our beautiful Graan Crib. Donations will be donated to the St Vincent de Paul for the poor.

January Rota: Eucharistic Ministers & Readers please check your rotas. We look forward to seeing you at our Sunday Masses.


Feast of St Charles of Mount Argus – Thursday 5th Jan. Mass and Blessing of the Relic of St Charles at 8.00pm which will also be the Vigil Mass for the Feast of the Epiphany. All who wish to pray for the sick or your special intentions should use this grace-filled feast to seek God’s blessing.


St Charles of Mount Argus was born John Andrew Houben on December 11, 1821 in the village of Munstergeleen, Holland. Andrew joined the Passionists at Ere, in Belgium.  He was ordained on December 21 1850 and died in Mount Argus on January 5, 1893. His remains were laid to rest in the cemetery adjoining the Monastery and Church at Mount Argus, but were later re-interred inside the Church at Mount Argus where they still rest. Father Charles was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1988 and on June 3 2007, he was canonised by Pope Benedict XVI. 

Friday is the feast of Epiphany of the Lord. The Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ is one of the oldest Christian feasts, though, throughout the centuries, it has celebrated a variety of things. Epiphany comes from a Greek verb meaning "to reveal," and all of the various events celebrated are revelations of Christ to humanity.

It is a Holy Day of Obligation.Masses Vigil Jan 5th @ 8pm - Brian. 10.30am – Victor. 12noon - Arthur & 8pm – Anthony.  

Cleaning Group: January’s Church Cleaning Group will meet on Wednesday 11th January.  

The Shop is open from Monday to Friday –9.30am – 8.30pm. Sat – 9.30am – 7pm and Sun - 9.30am – 5pm.


Recently   Deceased Anniversaries

Vera Rice, Lisnaskea

Rory Nethercott, Chanterhill, Enniskillen


Darla & Gareth   Humphreys, Enniskillen

James & Eileen Teague,   Dromore

Eddie Mc Caffrey,   Mullanaskea

Mary & Terence Mc   Gowan, Omagh

James & Mary Maguire,   Killesher

Gabriel Moohan, Drumlyon

Packie Keenan, Galliagh   Terrace, Enniskillen

Frank & Gabriel Roche   & George & Philomena Roche, Mill St, Enniskillen & England

Sean Mc Closkey,   Derrygonnelly

Teresa Love, Enniskillen   & Bellanaleck