Aghaviller Parish Newsletter 8th. and 9th. August 2015
(Hugginstown and Stoneyford Churches)
“Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time”
Priests of the Parish:
Liam Cassin Telephone: 056 776 8693 or Mobile 087 231 2354
Peter Hoyne Telephone: 056 776 8678 or Mobile 086 373 8492
Mass Times in Aghaviller Parish: Monday 10th. to Sunday 16th. August 2015.
Hugginstown: Monday and Wednesday only at 9.30a.m.
Vigil – Friday 14th. at 8.00p.m.;
Vigil – Saturday 15th. at 8.00p.m.; Sunday 16th. at 11.00a.m.
Stoneyford: Vigil – Friday 14th. at 6.30p.m.;
Vigil – Saturday 15th. at 6.30p.m.; Sunday 16th. at 10.00a.m.
Monday 10th. Feast of St. Lawrence Tuesday 11th. Feast of St. Clare
Friday 14th. Feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe
Saturday 15th. Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady – Holy Day of Obligation:
Anniversary: Declan Fennelly, Oldtown: Anniversary Mass in Stoneyford Church on Saturday 8th. August at 6.30p.m.
John Henebry, Mylerstown.
Rota for next week-end: 15th. and 16th. August 2015(Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Stoneyford: Saturday 6.30p.m. Vivion Fennelly; Sunday 10.00a.m. Fred Malzard.
Hugginstown: Saturday 8.00p.m. Tommy Murphy; Sunday 11.00a.m. Kay Power
Stoneyford: Saturday 6.30p.m. Maria Reid; Sunday 10.00a.m. Bernie Grace.
Hugginstown: Saturday 8.00p.m. Nancy Hearne; Sunday 11.00a.m. Ann Power.
Note: Readers and Eucharistic Ministers for Friday 14th. as on Saturday 8th. if possible please.
Marian Devotion; (The Prayer of Mary)
The Rosary and Prayers will be recited on Tuesday 11th. in Stoneyford Church at 7.00p.m.
The Rosary and Prayers will be recited on Thursday13th. in Hugginstown Church at 7.30p.m
Anniversary Mass next weekend:
In Hugginstown Church on Saturday 15th. August at 8.00p.m – Maura Broderick, Croan.
Bingo Session in the Community Centre, Stoneyford on every Tuesday at 8.30p.m
Do you want to know more about your Faith? Your Church? Its History? Our Bible (Old and New Testaments) Our Moral Theology? Our Liturgy and Sacraments? Or just to know more about the God we pray to. If so why not consider taking part in the Certificate in Theological Studies at St Kieran’s College. A new course starts in October 2015. For more information contact Liam Cassin 056 776 8693.
The Great War:
The Kilkenny Great War Memorial Committee invites all to come to the Castle Lawn, Kilkenny on Sunday August 9th. at 12.30pm to join in a short Service of Remembrance dedicated to the memory of over 3000 Kilkenny men and women who served in WW1.
A display of crosses naming each person who served, will give information on their rank, regiment and parish. Find your family member and remember their story.
Congratulations to James Patrick McCormack, Knockmoylan and his parents Laura and Kelvin. James was baptised in Hugginstown Church on Saturday 1st. August.
Irish Blood Transfusion Service:
Thanks to all Donors who attended the mobile Clinic in Carrick-on-Suir recently.
A “Faith and Family” Novena will take place at Knock Shrine from 14th. to 22nd. August. Daily Ceremonies at 3.00p.m. and 8.30p.m. with Workshops each day at 12.00Noon and 6.00p.m. For further information Telephone 094 938 8100 or visit www.knockshrine.ie
Cura is a Counselling Service for crisis and unplanned pregnancy. They can be contacted at 7, Priory Square, Dean Street, Kilkenny.
Free Telephone: 1850 622 626 or 056 7722739
National Eucharistic Congress:
On September 26th. and 27th. 2015 the celebration of a National Eucharistic Congress will take place in Knock, Co. Mayo. Its theme ‘Christ our Hope’ invites us to think about hope in our own lives. This week take time to think about the moments when you were given reason to hope – perhaps what you needed came your way. Remember and be thankful.
Draw: Monday 3rd. August 2015 Numbers: 26; 13; 14. Bonus No: 27.
No Match 3 Winner: No Jackpot Winner:
€1,000.00 Winner: Mary Ireland, c/o Fred Malzard; Pat Barron, Romansvalley;
Ann Power, Lawcus; Elizabeth Mulcahy, Condonstown; Aoife, Jack & Ellen Crowley
3 Sellers €15.00 each: Sheila Raggett; Carroll’s; James Irish;
Next week: Match 3: €1,000.00; Jackpot: €7,000.00;
Next Draw on Monday 10th. August. Please submit returns by 8.30p.m. Draw at 9.00p.m.
The National Dawn Walk for Cancer is a new nationwide initiative which seeks to honour all of those who battle or who have battled cancer on a day to day basis, by means of a Dawn challenge on Mount Leinster. The walk takes place on the 22nd. of August at 5.45am and will take participants on a 10km journey over Mount Leinster, from The Nine Stones to the picturesque village of Myshall, Co Carlow. Bishop Denis Nulty as well as Ms Elma Walsh, mother of the late Donal Walsh will be joining us on the walk. . On the morning of the walk we will be gathering at the Presentation De La Salle College, Bagenalstown or Myshall Community Centre (for those coming from the Bunclody side of the mountain) from 4.00a.m. onwards with all buses due to depart at 5.15am in order to ensure that participants reach the mountain before the break of dawn. The walk will end at about 8.00am in Myshall where tea, coffee and refreshments will be served. At this point, a special ceremony will be held and the Remembrance Balloons will be released to soar upwards on the breeze in the direction of Mount Leinster. You can now register on line at our website–www.nationaldawnwalkforcancer.com. Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment. You may also register at 089 229 6620.
We are living in a world where people of all races and creeds hunger more for spiritual sustenance than for physical food. In response to the spiritual hunger of people in his own day, Jesus proclaims himself to be “the Bread of Life that came down from Heaven“. St. Paul reminds the Christians that, instead of seeking satisfaction in anger, slander, bitterness and malice, they are to nourish one another with compassion, kindness and mutual forgiveness.
No Newsletter will be printed next weekend 15th./16th. August.
All notices for the next Newsletter to be left in by 5.00p.m. on Thursday 20th. please.
Contact: Telephone: 056 776 8693 or email email@example.com.