28th May 2017


Sunday Collection: Thank you for your continued generosity to us here at The Graan. The Collection came to £1420. There will be a Development Collection taken up after Communion today.

The Ascension of the Lord: As we gather to commemorate the Ascension of the Lord we recall that where he has gone we hope to follow and so we rejoice in thanksgiving for this great hope.

Bank Holiday Monday: We will have our Bank Holiday Mass at 11am tomorrow. There will be no Evening Mass. The shop and Church will be open until 5pm.


Friday is the First Friday of the month. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament all day from 10am until 5pm. Confessions Tuesday to Friday 2- 5pm. Saturday 5pm – 6pm.


The May Rosarycontinues until Wednesday next at Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto each evening at 7.30pm. All welcome.

Guild Mass Cards: We have a wide selection of cards for Deceased, Mass Bouquets, Get Well, Birthday, Special Occasion, With Thanks and Exam Mass Bouquets which cost £2 / €2.50 each. We value your support.


DUTY: No Duty. Mon – Mass @ 11am – Brian. Duty 2 - 5pm on Tues: Brian. Wed: Augustine.   Thurs – Arthur.

Fri - Anthony. Sat – Anthony.

Masses 3rd & 4th Vigil 6.30pm: Anthony.   10.30am: Brian. 12noon: Brian & 4pm – Arthur.


Exam Prayer: Lord, pour out your Spirit of Wisdom on these students: help them to remain calm, to attend carefully to the questions asked, to think clearly, to remember accurately, and to express themselves well. Grant that they may reflect the best of the work they have done and the best of the teaching they have received. Accept their best efforts in these examinations and in the great test of life on earth. May your love be upon them O Lord, as they place all their trust in you.


READERS AND MINISTERS:It’s important during the summer that all readers and ministers are present for the Masses they have been assigned to. If for some reason you can’t be here please do all you can to ensure a substitute stands in for you.

Important Feast this Week:Wednesday is the feast of the Visitation of Our Blessed Lady. Mary’s charity was practical when she went to visit her cousin Elizabeth who was in need.

Canonisation Anniversary:  To commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Canonisation of St Charles of Mount Argus, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin will celebrate Mass in the Church of St Paul of the Cross, Mount Argus, Dublin 6W on Pentecost Sunday, 4 June, at 11.00 am.  All are welcome.


St Charles & The Graan:We will remember St Charles at all our weekend Masses on 4th June and we will have a blessing with the Relic of St Charles after 10.30am on that day.


Still More Hope: If you meet new people with a trace of excitement and optimism, then you still have hope. / If you give people the benefit of a doubt, then you still have hope. / If you offer your hand in friendship to others that have touched your life, then you still have hope. / If receiving an unexpected card or letter still brings a pleasant surprise, then you still have hope. / If the suffering of others still fills you with pain and frustration, then you still have hope. / If you refuse to let a friendship die, or accept that it must end, then you still have hope. / If you look forward to a time or place of quiet and reflection, then you still have hope.

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

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

Recently   Deceased Anniversaries

Carmel Melarkey,   Newtownbutler

Carol Cunningham, nee Fallis,   Riverside & Comber

Ann Mc Cauley, Monea

Jimmy Mc Gee, Convoy, Co   Donegal

Michael Keaney, Enniskillen

Pat Cox, Largy, Tempo

Sean Gallagher, Boho

Tommy & Mina Magee,   Derrygore Terrace, Enniskillen

The Gallagher family, Arney

Rosaleen & Billy Drumm,   Hillview, Pk, Enniskillen

Carl O’Reilly, The Willows,   Enniskillen

Mary & Patrick Mc   Caffrey & The Mc Caffrey Family, Tempo

Joseph, Mary & Cathal   Laverty, Antrim

Shay Curran, Carrigallen

Mary (Cissie) & Brian   Farmer, & the Farmer family, Mullaghdun

Kirsty Faulkner, Killynure,   Enniskillen

Ellen D’Arcy, Bellanaleck