14th October 2018

Sunday Collection: The Collection came to £1370. Thank you for your continued support to us.     

There will be a Development Collection taken up after Communion today.      

Today is the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time.


Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Friday from 10am – 5pm.

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


Car Draw & Dinner Dance: The Dinner Dance is on Friday 23rd November in the Killyhevlin Hotel with Johnny Brady and his band. The Dinner Dance tickets cost £35.00 each and are available at reception today as well as the Raffle tickets. Please take a book of tickets home with you to sell.


Ticket Selling: Thank you to everyone who helped and bought tickets in Lisnaskea and Belleek.

We will be selling tickets at Martin Rooneys on Friday 18th and Saturday 19th next. Thanks to all who have volunteered to sell. We still need a few volunteers to help on the Diamond on Saturday 3rd Nov between 3 & 5pm and Irvinestown on 9th & 10th November between 12pm & 3pm on both days.

Dunnes on Friday16th between 3pm – 8.30pm & 17th between  3pm & 6pm.            


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: Are available in the porches and reception. The enrolled names will be left on the Altar during November and remembered at Mass during November.

Bereavement Night will be held on All Souls (Friday 2nd November @ 8pm).

Guild Mass Cards: We have a new selection of Christmas Mass Bouquets in stock as well as - Deceased, Mass Bouquets, Get Well, Birthday, Special Occasion, Thinking of You, With Thanks and Exam Mass Bouquets which cost £2 / €2.50 each.

Friday is the Feast ofPaul Of The Cross: 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. 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.

DUTY & Confessions: Monday No Duty – Mass @ 8pm – Augustine. Duty 2 -5pm on Tues: Arthur. Wed: Victor.

Thurs – Arthur. Fri – Anthony.   Sat (5-6pm) – Anthony.


Graan Shop: Please feel free to visit our shop at the monastery door. There is a good selection of religious objects, pamphlets, Rosary beads etc. The Shop is open from Mon to Fri –9.30am – 8.30pm. Sat – 9.30am – 6.45pm and Sun from 9.30am – 5.30pm.         

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


Recently   Deceased Anniversaries

Owen Mc Kenna, Burnside Pk, Enniskillen   & Emyvale

Maurice O’Reilly, Lisnaskea   & Ballyjamesduff

Sean Corr, Coa Road, Enniskillen  



Bridget, Mary Jane & Tommy  Mc Govern, Enniskillen & Teemore

Theresa Donnelly, Enniskillen

Frank & Sylvia Mc Morrow  & the Mc Morrow Family, Belleek

Gaby D’Arcy, Carney Hill,   Bellanaleck

Mary Mc Cabe, Derrygonnelly

Lena Ivers, London &   Irvinestown

Parvaz Nagi, Enniskillen

Celine Duffy, Drumary,   Derrygonnelly

Sarah & Patrick Murphy, Belfast

Johnny Hoy, Derrygonnelly