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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Dates for the Diary 2020 Confirmation : Sunday 15th March, 3pm, St. Mary’s, Glennan. First Holy Communion: Scoil Naomh Pádraig Sat 9th May, Corracrin, 11am Scoil Éadain Mór Sat 16th May, Corracrin, 11am Scoil Mhúire Sat 23rd May, Glennan, 11am. All enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings, Masses etc. Contact the Parish Office on 047- 87221 or Email: donaghparish@emyvale.eu or donaghparishoffice@gmail.com Office hours: Mon-Fri 9.15am - 2.15pm Fr Hubert Martin 087 9658829 Fr Macartan McQuaid St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number 1800 677 777
St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 16th Nov 6.30pm Monday 18th Nov 7.30pm Anniv: Germaine Lavery & dec’d family members, Glaslough. Anniv: John McQuaid, Ballinaman. Saturday 23rd Nov 6.30pm St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 17th Nov 11.00am Friday 22nd Nov 7.30pm Anniv: Francis & Teresa McAree, Stramore Una McAree, Dundonagh. Thomas & Mary Simpson, Mullaloughan. Anniv: Francie Treanor, Castleshane. Roseanne & Joe Treanor, Therese Treanor & Mary McKenna, Tullycallick. Saturday 23rd Nov 10.00am Months Memory: Mary Pritchard, Toneyfinnegan. Sunday 24th Nov 11.00am Donagh Oratory: Tuesday 19th Nov 10.00am November Dead List Wednesday 20th Nov 10.00am November Dead List Thursday 21st Nov 10.00am November Dead List Adoration will commence at 10.30am each Tuesday. Holy Rosary after 10am mass each Thursday. Prayers of the Faithful for World Day of the Poor & World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. We pray for the Church throughout the world, that she may be a voice for those who lack even the basic necessities of life, tirelessly serving them and calling for change. Lord hear us. We pray for the world’s leaders, that they may not hide behind their power or abuse it, but work for the good of all humanity, particularly the poor throughout the world. Lord, hear us. We pray for our local community, that we may show our love through our respect for each other and for our environment, gladly sharing what we have with those in need. Lord, hear us. On this day of Remembrance for the victims of road traffic accidents we remember all those who have lost their lives on our roads in the past year. Lord, hear us. We pray for those who have suffered injury as a result of a road crash and those who care for them. May we all take care as we travel. Lord, hear us. World Day of the Poor: is marked throughout the Church on this Sunday, in response to the request of Pope Francis who will himself celebrate Mass in St Peter’s Square and afterwards eat lunch with over one thousand poor people. The theme this year is “The hope of the poor shall not perish for ever” (Ps. 9:19). Pope Francis points out that today people are trapped in new forms of slavery and it is the duty of Catholics not only to provide the poor with relief services, but with spiritual hope. Pope Francis asks all Christian communities ‘to help ensure that this World Day of the Poor will encourage more and more people to cooperate effectively so that no one will feel deprived of closeness and solidarity.’ The Pope’s message can be read on http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/messages/poveri/documents/papa-francesco_20190613_messaggio-iii- giornatamondiale-poveri-2019.html Holy Land Pilgrimage: 11 day pilgrimage to The Holy Land Feb 12th to Feb 22nd 2020. Cost €1,475.00, deposit €450.00 Spiritual director Canon Paddy McGinn. Limited places left, further details contact Brenda Murray-Flynn on 041 6863390 or brenda.murray-flynn@travelcounsellors.com Philip on 087 250 8043 or pmcardle006@gmail.com Eucharistic Ministers: St Mary’s Saturday 23rd Nov 6.30pm May McGlade, Bernie Lavery. St Patrick’s Sunday 24th Nov 11.00am Margaret McKenna, Michael McCarron, Maisie Rooney. Recently deceased: Mary McQuaid, Ballinaman. Michael McKenna, formerly Carrickroe. Sr Margaret Christina Hoban, Chicago. Anna Treanor, Davagh. Ann Marie Treanor, Carrickroe. Fr Eugene Clerkin OMI Monsignor Ambrose Macaulay. Eilish Boyd, Castleblaney. Malachy Woods, Madden. Coffee Day Fundraiser in conjunction with “A Challenge for Elaine Tate”.  Sunday 24th November in The Oakland Centre between 1-6 pm Organised by Glaslough Junior Tidy Towns, all former pupils of Mrs Tate from St Mary's NS.  Supported by Glaslough Tidy Towns Committee and volunteers. Please call in and support this fundraiser.  St. Louis Secondary School is delighted to welcome 6th class pupils and their parents to our Open Evening and Enrolment on Thursday, 21st November from 6 - 9pm. Please assemble at our new extension. Middletown and Tynan Historical Society: Our next talk “Local Mills and their importance” presented by Sebastian Graham will take place in the Market House, Middletown on Thursday November 21st at 8pm. Admission £3, everyone welcome.    Tráth na gCeist: Muineachán le Gaeilge will host their annual bilingual table quiz this year in the Scotstown GAA complex on Friday 22nd November at 8pm. There will be plenty of refreshments, spot prizes and Gaeilge on the night. All support is greatly appreciated! Sherry's Factory: A Mass for deceased staff members of Sherry's Factory, Scotstown, will take place on Tuesday 26th November in Urbleshanny Chapel at 8pm, followed by refreshments in Scotstown Complex. Patsy Brady will then present a talk on the history of Sherry’s from humble beginnings 50 years ago. Everyone welcome. Date for your Diary: Truck and Tractor Run (Including children’s tractor run) Saturday 28th December from McAnenly’s yard.  Registration from 1.00pm, leaving at 2.00pm (sharp).  Followed by music in Blackwater Cottage by One for the Road from 3.00 – 6.00pm.  All proceeds in aid of Carrickroe Community Childcare (I’m a celebrity get me out of here! For Gabriel McAree) Are you looking for something to do in the dark winter evenings?  "We have the answer" Cards will take place in St Mellan’s Complex, Gaeil Triucha each Wednesday evening at 8.30pm during the winter months. Gather all your family, friends & neighbours together for what promises to be a great social event...Everyone welcome! 
Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 16th Nov 6.30pm Monday 18th Nov 7.30pm Anniv: Germaine Lavery & dec’d family members, Glaslough. Anniv: John McQuaid, Ballinaman. Saturday 23rd Nov 6.30pm St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 17th Nov 11.00am Friday 22nd Nov 7.30pm Anniv: Francis & Teresa McAree, Stramore Una McAree, Dundonagh. Thomas & Mary Simpson, Mullaloughan. Anniv: Francie Treanor, Castleshane. Roseanne & Joe Treanor, Therese Treanor & Mary McKenna, Tullycallick. Saturday 23rd Nov 10.00am Months Memory: Mary Pritchard, Toneyfinnegan. Sunday 24th Nov 11.00am Donagh Oratory: Tuesday 19th Nov 10.00am November Dead List Wednesday 20th Nov 10.00am November Dead List Thursday 21st Nov 10.00am November Dead List Adoration will commence at 10.30am each Tuesday. Holy Rosary after 10am mass each Thursday. Prayers of the Faithful for World Day of the Poor & World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. We pray for the Church throughout the world, that she may be a voice for those who lack even the basic necessities of life, tirelessly serving them and calling for change. Lord hear us. We pray for the world’s leaders, that they may not hide behind their power or abuse it, but work for the good of all humanity, particularly the poor throughout the world. Lord, hear us. We pray for our local community, that we may show our love through our respect for each other and for our environment, gladly sharing what we have with those in need. Lord, hear us. On this day of Remembrance for the victims of road traffic accidents we remember all those who have lost their lives on our roads in the past year. Lord, hear us. We pray for those who have suffered injury as a result of a road crash and those who care for them. May we all take care as we travel. Lord, hear us. World Day of the Poor: is marked throughout the Church on this Sunday, in response to the request of Pope Francis who will himself celebrate Mass in St Peter’s Square and afterwards eat lunch with over one thousand poor people. The theme this year is “The hope of the poor shall not perish for ever” (Ps. 9:19). Pope Francis points out that today people are trapped in new forms of slavery and it is the duty of Catholics not only to provide the poor with relief services, but with spiritual hope. Pope Francis asks all Christian communities ‘to help ensure that this World Day of the Poor will encourage more and more people to cooperate effectively so that no one will feel deprived of closeness and solidarity.’ The Pope’s message can be read on http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/messages/poveri/doc uments/papa-francesco_20190613_messaggio-iii- giornatamondiale-poveri-2019.html Holy Land Pilgrimage: 11 day pilgrimage to The Holy Land Feb 12th to Feb 22nd 2020. Cost €1,475.00, deposit €450.00 Spiritual director Canon Paddy McGinn. Limited places left, further details contact Brenda Murray-Flynn on 041 6863390 or brenda.murray-flynn@travelcounsellors.com Philip on 087 250 8043 or pmcardle006@gmail.com Eucharistic Ministers: St Mary’s Saturday 23rd Nov 6.30pm May McGlade, Bernie Lavery. St Patrick’s Sunday 24th Nov 11.00am Margaret McKenna, Michael McCarron, Maisie Rooney. Recently deceased: Mary McQuaid, Ballinaman. Michael McKenna, formerly Carrickroe. Sr Margaret Christina Hoban, Chicago. Anna Treanor, Davagh. Ann Marie Treanor, Carrickroe. Fr Eugene Clerkin OMI Monsignor Ambrose Macaulay. Eilish Boyd, Castleblaney. Malachy Woods, Madden. Coffee Day Fundraiser in conjunction with “A Challenge for Elaine Tate”.  Sunday 24th November in The Oakland Centre between 1-6 pm Organised by Glaslough Junior Tidy Towns, all former pupils of Mrs Tate from St Mary's NS.  Supported by Glaslough Tidy Towns Committee and volunteers. Please call in and support this fundraiser.  St. Louis Secondary School is delighted to welcome 6th class pupils and their parents to our Open Evening and Enrolment on Thursday, 21st November from 6 - 9pm. Please assemble at our new extension. Middletown and Tynan Historical Society: Our next talk “Local Mills and their importance” presented by Sebastian Graham will take place in the Market House, Middletown on Thursday November 21st at 8pm. Admission £3, everyone welcome.    Tráth na gCeist: Muineachán le Gaeilge will host their annual bilingual table quiz this year in the Scotstown GAA complex on Friday 22nd November at 8pm. There will be plenty of refreshments, spot prizes and Gaeilge on the night. All support is greatly appreciated! Sherry's Factory: A Mass for deceased staff members of Sherry's Factory, Scotstown, will take place on Tuesday 26th November in Urbleshanny Chapel at 8pm, followed by refreshments in Scotstown Complex. Patsy Brady will then present a talk on the history of Sherry’s from humble beginnings 50 years ago. Everyone welcome. Date for your Diary: Truck and Tractor Run (Including children’s tractor run) Saturday 28th December from McAnenly’s yard.  Registration from 1.00pm, leaving at 2.00pm (sharp).  Followed by music in Blackwater Cottage by One for the Road from 3.00 – 6.00pm.  All proceeds in aid of Carrickroe Community Childcare (I’m a celebrity get me out of here! For Gabriel McAree) Are you looking for something to do in the dark winter evenings?  "We have the answer" Cards will take place in St Mellan’s Complex, Gaeil Triucha each Wednesday evening at 8.30pm during the winter months. Gather all your family, friends & neighbours together for what promises to be a great social event...Everyone welcome! 
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Dates for the Diary 2020 Confirmation : Sunday 15th March, 3pm, St. Mary’s, Glennan. First Holy Communion: Scoil Naomh Pádraig Sat 9th May, Corracrin, 11am Scoil Éadain Mór Sat 16th May, Corracrin, 11am Scoil Mhúire Sat 23rd May, Glennan, 11am. All enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings, Masses etc. Contact the Parish Office on 047- 87221 or Email: donaghparish@emyvale.eu or donaghparishoffice@gmail.com Office hours: Mon-Fri 9.15am - 2.15pm Fr Hubert Martin 087 9658829 Fr Macartan McQuaid St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number 1800 677 777