THE GRAAN WEEKLY BULLETIN

23rd July 2017

Sunday Collection:Thank you for your continued generosity to us here at The Graan. The Collection came to £1660.   There will be a Development Collection taken up after communion today.

 

Visitors: This is the holiday season and many of our regulars at The Graan are on holidays. If you’re about to go on holidays, I hope you have a pleasant, restful time. If you’re a visitor to Fermanagh and visiting our church, you are most welcome to participate as fully as you wish in our liturgy. We are delighted to have you here and please God it will add to the happy times you’ll spend in Fermanagh. Holiday Prayer: God our Father, we’ve waited for this time of holiday and now it’s finally here. We thank you for this time of rest from our daily routines. Thank you for the opportunity to spend time with family and friends. We are grateful for the ability to travel and explore your wonderful world. While we’re gone look after those we leave behind. Protect us as we travel and bring us home safely, refreshed and renewed in body and in mind. Amen.

 

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

 

DUTY: Monday: No Duty; Mass @ 8pm: Augustine. Duty 2- 5pm Tuesday – Friday. Tuesday: Brian. Wednesday: Victor. Thursday: Augustine. Friday: Anthony. Saturday: Anthony.

Masses 29th & 30th July Vigil 6.30pm: Anthony.10.30am: Brian.12noon: Brian.4pm: Victor.

All duties are subject to change.  

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.

 

Feasts of the Week: Monday: St Declan: He was an early Irish bishop and abbot. Tuesday: St James the Apostle. He was the brother of St John. He was the first of the apostles to be martyred. Tradition has it that the relics of St James were brought to Spain sometime after his martyrdom and his shrine at Compostella in Spain grew in importance and has become the greatest pilgrimage centre in Western Europe. Wednesday: St Joachim & St Anne – the parents of Our Lady. Saturday: St Martha.

 

Reflection:Moses said he was ‘slow of speech’; Jeremiah said he was ‘too young’; Amos said, ‘I am no prophet’; Mary said, ‘How can this be?’ Peter said he was ‘too sinful’; the centurion said he was ‘not worthy’; Paul said, ‘I know that nothing good lives in me’. Today is your turn. God calls and doesn’t ask if we are suitable – only if we are available. (Author unknown)(From: And Catch the Heart Off Guard by Fr Brian; available at the shop here at The Graan)

 

A Round Tuit: This is a Tuit. Guard it with your life as Tuits are hard to come by, especially the round ones. This is an indispensable item. It will help you become a more efficient worker. For years we have heard people say, “I’ll do it as soon as I get a Round Tuit.” Now that you have one, you can accomplish all those things you put aside until you got a Round Tuit!

 

Valuables in your Car: Please do not leave any valuables in your cars at any time at The Graan as it merely encourages criminals.

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

Frank Cullen, Kesh

Molly Clarke, England nee Mc Gullion, Derrygonnelly

Willie Grant, Buncrana

Rose Mc Loughlin, Cloghore,   Ballyshannon

 

 

Anniversaries

Joe & Seamus Quinn & the   Quinn & Campbell families, Fintona and Beragh

Tom Brazil, Enniskillen

Danny & Aileen Goan,   Windmill Heights Enniskillen

   & Liam Maguire, Irvinestown

Desmond Gibson, Enniskillen

Tommy Gibson, London

Margaret Spillane, Enniskillen

John Drumm, Enniskillen

Thomas & Catherine Hunter,   Dromore

Louie Mc Gullion, Derrygonnelly

Peter & Ben Keown, Roscor

Mary Jane & James Swift,   Kilridd, Magheraveely

Jonathan Mc Elroy, Slushill

John Treacy, Garrison