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Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Parish Office For all enquiries: Call Parish Office 047- 87221 9am - 2pm Monday - Friday NEW EMAIL: donaghrc@clogherparishes.ie Fr Hubert Martin 087 965 8829 St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number - 1800 677 777 St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 15th June 6.30pm Vigil Tuesday 18th June 10.00am Wednesday 19th June 10.00am Thursday 20th June 10.00am Saturday 22nd June 6.30pm Vigil St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 16th June 11.00am Friday 21st June 7.30pm Anniv: John, Maura, Jim & Deirdre Duffy. Philomena & Jimmy McKenna, Ardnasalem, Fr John Joe McKenna & DM Duffy & McKenna families. Anniv: Anthony Reynolds, Kilnadrain and dec’d members of Reynolds & Kelly families. Saturday 22nd June 10.00am Months Memory: Philomena McKenna, Derrygasson. Sunday 23rd June 11.00am Donagh Oratory: Monday 17th June 10.00am Tuesday 18th June 5-8pm Eucharistic Adoration. Eucharistic ministers: St Mary’s Glennan: Sat 22nd June - Teresa Brennan, Bernard Gilbane. St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sun 23rd June - Eamon McKernan, Niall Kelly. Prayers of the faithful Celebrant: On this Day for Life, conscious in a particular way of the gift of human life which is entrusted to our care, we bring our prayers to God.  We pray for Pope Francis, as he himself bears witness to hope in the frailty of his advanced years – that the Lord may strengthen him and give him courage to complete the mission for which he has been sent…..Lord hear us. We pray for all who are faced with degenerative or terminal illness - that they may experience the healing presence of Christ in the care of those who accompany them day by day……Lord hear us. We pray for those who form public policy and who enact our laws – that in their efforts to serve the common good, they may always have in mind the inherent dignity of every human person, which is not the gift of society, but the gift of a loving creator….. Lord hear us.  We pray for healthcare professionals – that, even when a cure is no longer possible, they may continue to provide gentle and life-affirming care for all their patients…... Lord hear us. We pray for an end to war may respect and peace be always at the heart of human relationships…. Lord hear us. Celebrant: We make these and all our prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen. ‘Day for Life’: a dedicated day celebrating the beauty and dignity of all human life. Day for Life Sunday is celebrated annually with a special message by the Catholic Church across Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales.It is a day specifically dedicated to raising awareness and reflecting on the deep value and meaning of human life at every stage, and in every condition. On Sunday 16 June, the Church will mark Day for Life 2024 with a message on the theme: The Lord is my shepherd - Compassion and Hope at the End of Life. This year’s message reminds us that Jesus did not send the sick away, rather He showed that life always has dignity and that there is no such a thing as a useless life. Catholics are called to defend this gift of life to its natural end and to protect vulnerable citizens from a culture that could pressure them into assisted suicide. In this way, we are encouraged to support people with the companionship of a listening ear, appropriate treatment, and the best of care, so that their last days can be times of grace, intimacy andlove. This message also includes a brief human-interest story about a young man named Matt, and the experience of a priest who ministered to Matt and his loved ones in his final months and days. This grace-filled time proved to be a period of intense compassion and profound dignity, as well as faith enriching experience of love and generosity for all concerned. The Day for Life message is available on https://councilforlife.ie/day-for-life-2024/ Recently deceased: Rachel McKenna Marshall, Dublin, formally Enagh. Francie McKenna, Tydavnet. Annie McKenna, Carrickroe. Margaret McKenna, Carrickroe. Rose Keating, nee Gallagher, formerly Glaslough. Gerard Carolan, Tyleadon. Malachi Cullen, Athlone & Monaghan Town. Clogher don Óige Church gate collection- Niamh Kelly would like to thank everyone who contributed to her Clogher don Óige Lourdes church gate collection last weekend. Niamh will light a candle for the parishioners of Donagh Parish during her trip. There are also blank petition sheets at back of the church for those who wish to have a personal intention left at the grotto - please leave completed petitions in the box provided and these will be collected and taken to Lourdes.  Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes 5-10 July 2024 Led by Bishop Larry Duffy, Bishop of Clogher. Those who are travelling and have a balance outstanding are asked to arrange payment immediately. Pre-pilgrimage meetings for those travelling will take place as follows: Tuesday 25th June in Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan at 8pm & Thursday, 27th June in St Ronan’s Parish Centre, Lisnaskea at 8pm. Travel Packs will be distributed at the end of the meetings. Bus to Knock (St. Joseph Young Priests Society), Saturday June 22nd. Leaving Donagh Oratory at 7.40am, and Monaghan Town Car Park at 8am. Fare: €20. Booking: 086 327 0885 (Brid). Emyvale Tidy Towns AGM will be in the Leisure Centre on Tuesday, 18th June at 8pm. Everyone is very welcome, especially representatives from local housing estates, businesses and organisations. Overall the village looks well cared for and is a tribute to everyone involved. The next Monthly Litter Pick will be on Saturday, June 29th, starting from the Parish Field carpark at 11am followed by refreshments. Calling all past and present Macra na Feirme members! Monaghan Macra are hosting a dinner dance to celebrate 80 years of Macra in our county on the 29th of June in the Hillgrove Hotel, Monaghan. Tickets cost €50 with music on the night by Bula Beag.  For tickets and information please Contact Caolan on 087 441 5323.  Glaslough Market - Saturday 29th June. For more information contact Glaslough Market FB page or email glasloughmarket@gmail.com  Donagh Development: A clean-up was held on Saturday 15th June. Many thanks to the volunteers. To all groups holding fundraisers around Emy lake,  please contact our Chairman Stephen Cassidy on 086 823 0908. We would also request if a donation can be given for the upkeep of the walkway.  Support your local blood bank: Emyvale Leisure Center on Monday 17th June from 3.45pm - 8pm. Call 1800 222 111 to book an appointment. Check your eligibility at giveblood.ie.
Donagh Parish Weekly Bulletin:
Parish Office For all enquiries: Call Parish Office 047- 87221 9am - 2pm Monday - Friday NEW EMAIL: donaghrc@clogherparishes.ie Fr Hubert Martin 087 965 8829 St Vincent De Paul Freephone Number - 1800 677 777 St. Mary’s, Glennan: Saturday 15th June 6.30pm Vigil Tuesday 18th June 10.00am Wednesday 19th June 10.00am Thursday 20th June 10.00am Saturday 22nd June 6.30pm Vigil St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sunday 16th June 11.00am Friday 21st June 7.30pm Anniv: John, Maura, Jim & Deirdre Duffy. Philomena & Jimmy McKenna, Ardnasalem, Fr John Joe McKenna & DM Duffy & McKenna families. Anniv: Anthony Reynolds, Kilnadrain and dec’d members of Reynolds & Kelly families. Saturday 22nd June 10.00am Months Memory: Philomena McKenna, Derrygasson. Sunday 23rd June 11.00am Donagh Oratory: Monday 17th June 10.00am Tuesday 18th June 5-8pm Eucharistic Adoration. Eucharistic ministers: St Mary’s Glennan: Sat 22nd June - Teresa Brennan, Bernard Gilbane. St. Patrick’s, Corracrin: Sun 23rd June - Eamon McKernan, Niall Kelly. Prayers of the faithful Celebrant: On this Day for Life, conscious in a particular way of the gift of human life which is entrusted to our care, we bring our prayers to God.  We pray for Pope Francis, as he himself bears witness to hope in the frailty of his advanced years – that the Lord may strengthen him and give him courage to complete the mission for which he has been sent…..Lord hear us. We pray for all who are faced with degenerative or terminal illness - that they may experience the healing presence of Christ in the care of those who accompany them day by day……Lord hear us. We pray for those who form public policy and who enact our laws – that in their efforts to serve the common good, they may always have in mind the inherent dignity of every human person, which is not the gift of society, but the gift of a loving creator….. Lord hear us.  We pray for healthcare professionals – that, even when a cure is no longer possible, they may continue to provide gentle and life-affirming care for all their patients…... Lord hear us. We pray for an end to war may respect and peace be always at the heart of human relationships…. Lord hear us. Celebrant: We make these and all our prayers through Christ our Lord. Amen. ‘Day for Life’: a dedicated day celebrating the beauty and dignity of all human life. Day for Life Sunday is celebrated annually with a special message by the Catholic Church across Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales.It is a day specifically dedicated to raising awareness and reflecting on the deep value and meaning of human life at every stage, and in every condition. On Sunday 16 June, the Church will mark Day for Life 2024 with a message on the theme: The Lord is my shepherd - Compassion and Hope at the End of Life. This year’s message reminds us that Jesus did not send the sick away, rather He showed that life always has dignity and that there is no such a thing as a useless life. Catholics are called to defend this gift of life to its natural end and to protect vulnerable citizens from a culture that could pressure them into assisted suicide. In this way, we are encouraged to support people with the companionship of a listening ear, appropriate treatment, and the best of care, so that their last days can be times of grace, intimacy andlove. This message also includes a brief human-interest story about a young man named Matt, and the experience of a priest who ministered to Matt and his loved ones in his final months and days. This grace-filled time proved to be a period of intense compassion and profound dignity, as well as faith enriching experience of love and generosity for all concerned. The Day for Life message is available on https://councilforlife.ie/day-for-life-2024/ Recently deceased: Rachel McKenna Marshall, Dublin, formally Enagh. Francie McKenna, Tydavnet. Annie McKenna, Carrickroe. Margaret McKenna, Carrickroe. Rose Keating, nee Gallagher, formerly Glaslough. Gerard Carolan, Tyleadon. Malachi Cullen, Athlone & Monaghan Town. Clogher don Óige Church gate collection- Niamh Kelly would like to thank everyone who contributed to her Clogher don Óige Lourdes church gate collection last weekend. Niamh will light a candle for the parishioners of Donagh Parish during her trip. There are also blank petition sheets at back of the church for those who wish to have a personal intention left at the grotto - please leave completed petitions in the box provided and these will be collected and taken to Lourdes.  Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes 5-10 July 2024 Led by Bishop Larry Duffy, Bishop of Clogher. Those who are travelling and have a balance outstanding are asked to arrange payment immediately. Pre-pilgrimage meetings for those travelling will take place as follows: Tuesday 25th June in Four Seasons Hotel, Monaghan at 8pm & Thursday, 27th June in St Ronan’s Parish Centre, Lisnaskea at 8pm. Travel Packs will be distributed at the end of the meetings. Bus to Knock (St. Joseph Young Priests Society), Saturday June 22nd. Leaving Donagh Oratory at 7.40am, and Monaghan Town Car Park at 8am. Fare: €20. Booking: 086 327 0885 (Brid). Emyvale Tidy Towns AGM will be in the Leisure Centre on Tuesday, 18th June at 8pm. Everyone is very welcome, especially representatives from local housing estates, businesses and organisations. Overall the village looks well cared for and is a tribute to everyone involved. The next Monthly Litter Pick will be on Saturday, June 29th, starting from the Parish Field carpark at 11am followed by refreshments. Calling all past and present Macra na Feirme members! Monaghan Macra are hosting a dinner dance to celebrate 80 years of Macra in our county on the 29th of June in the Hillgrove Hotel, Monaghan. Tickets cost €50 with music on the night by Bula Beag.  For tickets and information please Contact Caolan on 087 441 5323.  Glaslough Market - Saturday 29th June. For more information contact Glaslough Market FB page or email glasloughmarket@gmail.com  Donagh Development: A clean-up was held on Saturday 15th June. Many thanks to the volunteers. To all groups holding fundraisers around Emy lake,  please contact our Chairman Stephen Cassidy on 086 823 0908. We would also request if a donation can be given for the upkeep of the walkway.  Support your local blood bank: Emyvale Leisure
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