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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:   13/01/2019
Diocese of Clogher  - Child Safeguarding - Prayer for Pardon We ask forgiveness for the times that as a Church we did not show survivors of all kinds of abuse compassion and the search for justice and truth through concrete actions” Pope Francis. Our Diocese wishes to put into “concrete actions” the words of Pope Francis, and so we appeal again to anyone who has concerns about the welfare and safety of children, or anyone who has themselves been victims of clerical abuse to please   approach one of our Designated Liaison Persons, Brendan Kelly or Anne Molloy, where you will be received with compassion and kindness, as we work towards the goal of justice and truth. If anyone feels uncomfortable approaching the DLPs, please approach the State Authorities, HSE Tusla, local Gardai, local PSNI. Survivors of Abuse may also avail of Towards Healing, a confidential and free   Counselling and Support Service.  Safeguarding policies and all contact details are available on the Church noticeboards.  All enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings, Masses etc.    Contact the Parish Office on 047- 87221 or Email: donaghparish@emyvale.eu Office hours:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9.15am-2.15pm   Closed Wednesdays Fr Hubert Martin  087 9658829      Fr Macartan McQuaid St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number 1800 677 777
St. Mary’s, Glennan:  Saturday 19th Jan 6.30pm Monday 21st Jan 7.30pm Months Memory: Rita Byrne, Galway. Anniv: McQuaid family, Donagh. Anniv: Patrick McNally & Peter McGeough, Annacatty.  Also d’ced family members. Saturday 26th Jan 6.30pm St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 20th Jan 11.00am Friday 25th Jan 7.30pm Anniv: Jacqui McKenna, Main St, Emyvale.                                               Anniv: Colm McQuaid, Derrygasson.                Anniv: Johnny Cassidy, Cloncaw. Sunday 27th Jan 11.00am Donagh Oratory:    Tuesday 22nd Jan 10.00am Wednesday 23rd Jan 10.00am Thursday 24th Jan 10.00am Adoration from 10.30am on Tuesday.    Holy Rosary after mass on Thursday.       Eucharistic Ministers: St. Mary’s: 26th January 6.30pm Siobhan McQuaid, Marie Colleran. St. Patrick’s: 27th January 11.00am Margaret McKenna, Michael McCarron, Maisie Rooney. Recently deceased:   Peter McKenna, Corry. May McElwain, Knockatallon.   Kathleen Murry, Barratitoppy. Dermot Kelly, Ballyoisin. Packie McCarville, Latnamard. Ingrid De Hoedt Prayers of the faithful Priest:  Like Mary, we turn to Jesus in faith and ask him to show us his glory and to meet us in our need. We pray that Jesus, who turned water into wine, will bring an abundance of blessings to all who are in need. Lord, hear us. Jesus changed water into wine as a sign of his power to transform our lives.  Let us open our hearts to that transforming power of Christ which is available to us through faith and prayer.  Lord, hear us. May each of us discover our gifts, the special qualities with which the Spirit has blessed our personalities.  Lord, hear us. We pray for couples who are getting married, may they always delight in one another and may they find God in their love.  Lord, hear us. We pray for all who have died.  May they see your glory,  O Lord, and may they rejoice in you as you rejoiced in them. Lord, hear us. Priest:  We praise the Lord who delights in each one of us.  We bless the name of the Lord as we pray together, Glory be to The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit, Amen. ORDINATION OF OUR NEW BISHOP OF CLOGHER --- THE ROLE OF THE BISHOP On Sunday 10 February, Monsignor Larry Duffy will be ordained as the new    Bishop of Clogher.  Once ordained, a bishop becomes the visible head of the local Church or diocese. By his ordination, he becomes a successor of the   apostles. He joins what is called the ‘episcopal college’ – the body of bishops who ‘share in the apostolic responsibility and mission of the whole Church  under the authority of the Pope, successor of St Peter.’ (Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 1594) The bishop works closely with priests, deacons, religious and laypeople of his diocese. He is the shepherd of the flock and he fulfils this role in service to the  People of God entrusted to his care. He has three functions – to teach the faith, to govern the diocese and to sanctify us – to make us holy. We pray for our new bishop: God our Father, Look with favour on your servant Monsignor Larry Duffy, our bishop-elect.  As he prepares to lead your pilgrim Church of the Diocese of Clogher, may he find strength and joy in the fellowship of the priests, deacons, religious and people in our parishes. Grant him a spirit of counsel and fortitude, a spirit of knowledge and piety and a spirit of courage and right judgement, so that, together, we may fulfil the mission to make your kingdom come and make visible in the world the sacrament of your Church. We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen. Christian Unity Week is celebrated between 18-25 January, between the feasts of  St Peter and St Paul. Christians are reminded of Jesus’ prayer for his disciples that “they may be one so that the world may believe” (see John 17.21) Each year the Enniskillen Christian Unity Week Service is organised by Fermanagh Churches Forum and rotates around the 4 larger Churches in the town. This year the Service will take place in St. Michael’s Parish Church at 7.30pm on Thursday January 24th. The theme of the Service is “Justice, Only Justice, You Shall Pursue”. Speaker will be Mgr. Joseph McGuinness Clogher Diocesan Administrator. All most welcome. Clogher don Óige: Our Diocesan Youth Ministry organisation are launching their annual Summer Programme of pilgrimage opportunities.  Young people aged 16 - 18 interested in travelling to Lourdes to serve as part of the Diocesan Pilgrimage (July 5th- 10th), or 15 and 16 year olds looking for a different experience of faith, fun and prayer alongside thousands of others from across     Europe in Taizé (August 3rd-12th) are asked to fill in an expression of interest form (before February 18th) in order to be considered for a place. All information on CdÓ’s website: www.clogherdonoige.org or by emailing info@clogherdonoige.org. New Parish Finance Committee: Donagh Parish is due to form a new Finance Committee in January 2019.  The out-going committee has served for over 7 years and we are deeply grateful to them for their commitment.  Their names, in alphabetical ord er: John Curley, Carmel Duffy, Mary Holland (Sec), Fergal Hughes, Patrick Kelly, Brigid McAree, Kate McAree, Gregory Murphy. Catholic Schools Week - 27 January – 3 February 2019: The theme this year is “Celebrating the Work of Our Local Catholic Schools”. Donagh Parish CE Scheme have 2 x posts available in the Emyvale/Glaslough area (1) environmental and (2) care taker.  Candidates must be in receipt of a social welfare payment for 12 months or more.  Hours of work: 19½ per week.  For further information please contact Louise on 047 86555. Corracrin NS Open Afternoon: Friday 25th January from 1.30pm- 3.00pm.  All parents with children due to begin school in September 2019 are invited to attend. Information session in the junior infant classroom, a tour of the school and facilities by the Principal and a chance to ask any questions you may have in relation to your child starting school. For more info please contact the school secretary on 047 87551 Donagh Community Games: Phase 1 Entries​:  these need to be in by 25th January.  If you want to take part or would like to manage any of the following contact Seamus or Aine: Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Draughts, Handball (1 wall), Indoor Soccer, Rugby (Mini), Soccer Girls U12 (7 a side), Table Tennis.  Individual Events: not all events in Community Games are Team events so are you living in the Donagh area? Are you interested in Art, Gymnastics Handwriting, Model-Making, Talent, Swimming, Cycling? If so and if you want to put your name forward or find out more information for regional finals within Donagh Area, contact Seamus at 086 184 0588 or Aine at  086 882 5547. Junior & Leaving Cert Grinds available in French & Irish. Tel Kiana 083 037 4562. Room to rent: for meetings, courses etc in Monaghan Town.  Call Seamus on 087 6685 197 for further details. GLOTTO draw takes place on Sunday 27th January with a jackpot of €1000 !! Tickets available from any committee member, The Olde Bar, Pillar House, Paddy McQuaid's & Daybreak. Horticulturalist Anthony Bannon will be doing a talk and demonstration on pruning fruit trees at 10am on Saturday January 26th.  We will be starting at Harps complex and walking towards Coolshannagh roundabout and all are welcome.
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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:   13/01/2019
St. Mary’s, Glennan:  Saturday 19th Jan 6.30pm Monday 21st Jan 7.30pm Months Memory: Rita Byrne, Galway. Anniv: McQuaid family, Donagh. Anniv: Patrick McNally & Peter McGeough, Annacatty.  Also d’ced family members. Saturday 26th Jan 6.30pm St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 20th Jan 11.00am Friday 25th Jan 7.30pm Anniv: Jacqui McKenna, Main St, Emyvale.                                               Anniv: Colm McQuaid, Derrygasson.                Anniv: Johnny Cassidy, Cloncaw. Sunday 27th Jan 11.00am Donagh Oratory:    Tuesday 22nd Jan 10.00am Wednesday 23rd Jan 10.00am Thursday 24th Jan 10.00am Adoration from 10.30am on Tuesday.    Holy Rosary after mass on Thursday.       Eucharistic Ministers: St. Mary’s: 26th January 6.30pm Siobhan McQuaid, Marie Colleran. St. Patrick’s: 27th January 11.00am Margaret McKenna, Michael McCarron, Maisie Rooney. Recently deceased:   Peter McKenna, Corry. May McElwain, Knockatallon.   Kathleen Murry, Barratitoppy. Dermot Kelly, Ballyoisin. Packie McCarville, Latnamard. Ingrid De Hoedt Prayers of the faithful Priest:  Like Mary, we turn to Jesus in faith and ask him to show us his glory and to meet us in our need. We pray that Jesus, who turned water into wine, will bring an abundance of blessings to all who are in need. Lord, hear us. Jesus changed water into wine as a sign of his power to transform our lives.  Let us open our hearts to that transforming power of Christ which is available to us through faith and prayer.  Lord, hear us. May each of us discover our gifts, the special qualities with which the Spirit has blessed our personalities.  Lord, hear us. We pray for couples who are getting married, may they always delight in one another and may they find God in their love.  Lord, hear us. We pray for all who have died.  May they see your glory,  O Lord, and may they rejoice in you as you rejoiced in them. Lord, hear us. Priest:  We praise the Lord who delights in each one of us.  We bless the name of the Lord as we pray together, Glory be to The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit, Amen. ORDINATION OF OUR NEW BISHOP OF CLOGHER --- THE ROLE OF THE BISHOP On Sunday 10 February, Monsignor Larry Duffy will be ordained as the new    Bishop of Clogher.  Once ordained, a bishop becomes the visible head of the local Church or diocese. By his ordination, he becomes a successor of the   apostles. He joins what is called the ‘episcopal college’ – the body of bishops who ‘share in the apostolic responsibility and mission of the whole Church  under the authority of the Pope, successor of St Peter.’ (Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 1594) The bishop works closely with priests, deacons, religious and laypeople of his diocese. He is the shepherd of the flock and he fulfils this role in service to the  People of God entrusted to his care. He has three functions – to teach the faith, to govern the diocese and to sanctify us – to make us holy. We pray for our new bishop: God our Father, Look with favour on your servant Monsignor Larry Duffy, our bishop-elect.  As he prepares to lead your pilgrim Church of the Diocese of Clogher, may he find strength and joy in the fellowship of the priests, deacons, religious and people in our parishes. Grant him a spirit of counsel and fortitude, a spirit of knowledge and piety and a spirit of courage and right judgement, so that, together, we may fulfil the mission to make your kingdom come and make visible in the world the sacrament of your Church. We ask this through Christ our Lord, Amen. Christian Unity Week is celebrated between 18-25 January, between the feasts of  St Peter and St Paul. Christians are reminded of Jesus’ prayer for his disciples that “they may be one so that the world may believe” (see John 17.21) Each year the Enniskillen Christian Unity Week Service is organised by Fermanagh Churches Forum and rotates around the 4 larger Churches in the town. This year the Service will take place in St. Michael’s Parish Church at 7.30pm on Thursday January 24th. The theme of the Service is “Justice, Only Justice, You Shall Pursue”. Speaker will be Mgr. Joseph McGuinness Clogher Diocesan Administrator. All most welcome. Clogher don Óige: Our Diocesan Youth Ministry organisation are launching their annual Summer Programme of pilgrimage opportunities.  Young people aged 16 - 18 interested in travelling to Lourdes to serve as part of the Diocesan Pilgrimage (July 5th-10th), or 15 and 16 year olds looking for a different experience of faith, fun and prayer alongside thousands of others from across     Europe in Taizé (August 3rd-12th) are asked to fill in an expression of interest form (before February 18th) in order to be considered for a place. All information on CdÓ’s website: www.clogherdonoige.org or by emailing info@clogherdonoige.org. New Parish Finance Committee: Donagh Parish is due to form a new Finance Committee in January 2019.  The out-going committee has served for over 7 years and we are deeply grateful to them for their commitment.  Their names, in alphabetical ord er: John Curley, Carmel Duffy, Mary Holland (Sec), Fergal Hughes, Patrick Kelly, Brigid McAree, Kate McAree, Gregory Murphy. Catholic Schools Week - 27 January – 3 February 2019: The theme this year is “Celebrating the Work of Our Local Catholic Schools”. Donagh Parish CE Scheme have 2 x posts available in the Emyvale/Glaslough area (1) environmental and (2) care taker.  Candidates must be in receipt of a social welfare payment for 12 months or more.  Hours of work: 19½ per week.  For further information please contact Louise on 047 86555. Corracrin NS Open Afternoon: Friday 25th January from 1.30pm- 3.00pm.  All parents with children due to begin school in September 2019 are invited to attend. Information session in the junior infant classroom, a tour of the school and facilities by the Principal and a chance to ask any questions you may have in relation to your child starting school. For more info please contact the school secretary on 047 87551 Donagh Community Games: Phase 1 Entries​:  these need to be in by 25th January.  If you want to take part or would like to manage any of the following contact Seamus or Aine: Badminton, Basketball, Chess, Draughts, Handball (1 wall), Indoor Soccer, Rugby (Mini), Soccer Girls U12 (7 a side), Table Tennis.  Individual Events: not all events in Community Games are Team events so are you living in the Donagh area? Are you interested in Art, Gymnastics Handwriting, Model-Making, Talent, Swimming, Cycling? If so and if you want to put your name forward or find out more information for regional finals within Donagh Area, contact Seamus at 086 184 0588 or Aine at  086 882 5547. Junior & Leaving Cert Grinds available in French & Irish. Tel Kiana 083 037 4562. Room to rent: for meetings, courses etc in Monaghan Town.  Call Seamus on 087 6685 197 for further details. GLOTTO draw takes place on Sunday 27th January with a jackpot of €1000 !! Tickets available from any committee member, The Olde Bar, Pillar House, Paddy McQuaid's & Daybreak. Horticulturalist Anthony Bannon will be doing a talk and demonstration on pruning fruit trees at 10am on Saturday January 26th.  We will be starting at Harps complex and walking towards Coolshannagh roundabout and all are welcome.
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Diocese of Clogher  - Child Safeguarding - Prayer for Pardon We ask forgiveness for the times that as a Church we did not show survivors of all kinds of abuse compassion and the search for justice and truth through concrete actions” Pope Francis. Our Diocese wishes to put into “concrete actions” the words of Pope Francis, and so we appeal again to anyone who has concerns about the welfare and safety of children, or anyone who has themselves been victims of clerical abuse to please   approach one of our Designated Liaison Persons, Brendan Kelly or Anne Molloy, where you will be received with compassion and kindness, as we work towards the goal of justice and truth. If anyone feels uncomfortable approaching the DLPs, please approach the State Authorities, HSE Tusla, local Gardai, local PSNI. Survivors of Abuse may also avail of Towards Healing, a confidential and free   Counselling and Support Service.  Safeguarding policies and all contact details are available on the Church noticeboards.  All enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings, Masses etc.    Contact the Parish Office on 047- 87221 or Email: donaghparish@emyvale.eu Office hours:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9.15am-2.15pm   Closed Wednesdays Fr Hubert Martin  087 9658829      Fr Macartan McQuaid St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number 1800 677 777
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