Sunday, 17 October 2021
27th Sunday in Ordinary Time PDF Print E-mail

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Fr Gerry Boyle PP   046 - 9054138

The Season of Creation is marked throughout the Christian world from1 September and concludes on
Monday 4 October. Sunday 3 October Day forLife. The Good Samaritan: a model of compassion is the theme. Resources available on the website of the Catholic bishops.
October is 
also the month of the Rosary and of the Missions.

Masses this weekend and in the coming week
Sat    6.30pm Rushwee
         7.30pm Rathkenny      Pat Joe and Mary Mc Hugh Horistown
Sun 10.00am Grangegeeth   John and Brigid Jones Creewood
       11.30am  Rathkenny     The Gore Family, Dreminstown

Mon 9.00am      Rathkenny
Tues 7.30pm      Grangegeeth
Wed       9am     Rathkenny
Thur 7.30pm     Rushwee       Eileen O'Brien, Eamonn Corrigan
Fri    7.30pm     Rathkenny     Legion of Mary anniversary  (Rosary 7.15)
Sat    6.30pm     Rushwee       Michael, Annie Garry,  Paddy Norman Donnellan
         7.30pm     Rathkenny
Sun 10.00am     Grangegeeth  Linda Kennedy (Month Memory)
       11.30am      Rathkenny     Timmy Connolly and family

No Masses in the parish Monday to Wednesday, 11-13 October, on account 
of the retreat for the priests of the diocese.

Sincere thanks to all who helped with cleaning and stewarding in our churches and 
thanks to our sacristans.
With the easing of restrictions, capacity in our churches 
increased to 50%.
Masks are stillrequired and please exercise caution for yourself and 
consideration for the worries and fears of others.
Please use all the space in the 
churches to allow for spaces between people from different households.

Online Donations
Online donations can now be made to parish and diocesan collections
via the Diocesan website HERE

Thanks to all who have returned envelopes for parish funds, priest’s offerings, Trocaire, cemeteries and other collections over the past while.

Pope Francis tweeted recently ‘ All of us are brothers and sisters! Let us pray to the Most High that,
after this time of trial, there may no longer be “others”, but rather a “we”, rich in diversity.’