Aghaviller Parish Newsletter

Hugginstown, Newmarket and Stoneyford.

25th. and 26th. September 2021.

St. Vincent de Paul

“Twenty-Sixth Sunday of the Year”

Priests Living within the Parish:

  • Liam Cassin (Parish Priest)            
    • Telephone:    056 776 8693    or     
    • Mobile 087 231 2354
  • Peter Hoyne (Retired)         
    •  Telephone:    056 776 8678    or     
    • Mobile 086 373 8492

Mass Times in Aghaviller Parish:      

Monday 27th. September to Sunday 3rd. October 2021.

Hugginstown:  

Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9.30a.m. 

   Vigil –  Saturday 2nd. at 8.00p.m.              

Sunday 3rd.  at 10.00a.m. 

Stoneyford:    

Wednesday 29th at 7.00p.m.

Friday 1st. at 7.00p.m.

Vigil – Saturday 2nd.  at 6.30p.m. 

  • Monday 27th.    Feast of St. Vincent de Paul.  
  • Wednesday 29th.  Feast of St. Michael, Gabriel and Raphael
  • Thursday 30th. Feast of St. Jerome:   
  • Friday 1st.   Feast of St. Therese of the Child Jesus:  
  • First Friday: Saturday 2nd.   Feast of The Guardian Angels.

Visitation with Holy Communion will take place as usual on Friday 1st.  Please let us know if you would like to receive Holy Communion in your home for the First Fridays or at any other time.

Pray For:          

Anniversaries:                                           

Ellen and James Duggan, Boolyglass; Mass in Hugginstown Church on Saturday 25th. September at 8.00p.m.

John Grace, Lismatigue; Mass in Hugginstown Church on Sunday 26th. September at 10.00a.m.

William Carr, Barnadown.    

Betty Noonan, Kilmoganny.

Anniversary Masses next week-end:  

Annastasia and James Hurley, Ennisnag:  Mass in Stoneyford Church on Saturday 2nd. October at 6.30p.m.

First Holy Communion:

First Holy Communion will be celebrated in Stoneyford Church on

Saturday 25th. September at 11.00a.m. and on

Sunday 26th. September at 11.30a.m.  (75 People allowed in Church for each

Congratulations to all the pupils, teachers, parents and all family members involved.Ceremony)

Parish Contributions:

The “Church Door” Contributions on last weekend amounted to €585.00.  Thank You.                                                                       

Lotto:          

Regulations Re. Covid-19:      

  1. Attendance at all Religious Services is limited to 50% of the capacity of the Local Church.  

Hugginstown Church total Seating Capacity is 250 People; 50% allows 125 People.

Stoneyford Church total Seating Capacity is 150 People; 50% allows 75 People.

  1. Proper protocols are in place in both Churches for the safety of all.  Please wear Face Covering and use Hand Sanitiser on entering and leaving the Churches. Please keep your Social Distance.
  2. Holy Communion will be distributed on the hand only.  In Hugginstown Church people are invited to come up the centre of the Church and return to their seats by the side.  In Stoneyford Church, Holy Communion will be distributed upstairs and t
  3. hroughout the Church; no need to leave your seats. 
  4. Please let us know before Mass if you are staying outside, as outside speaker can be turned on at the beginning of Mass in both Churches and Holy Communion can be distributed outside. 
  5. There will be no Missalettes or the passing of collection bags. A Collection Box will be placed at the Church doors for your contribution. Please bring home the Newsletter you collect on entry.

St. Mary’s Cathedral Restoration Fund Draw:

The first draw for St. Mary’s Cathedral Restoration Fund 2021/2022 is due to take place on Wednesday, 29th.September 2021.  The draw year 2021/2022 will run from September 2021 to August 2022. Draw will be held at 8.00p.m on the last Wednesday of each month. Tickets are available at the Parish House, Hugginstown: Telephone contact 056 776 8693. 

All Tickets to be entered by Monday 27th. September if you wish to be part of the First Draw on Wednesday 29th.   

Roman Catholic Diocese and Parishes of Ossory – Registered Charity No. 20015831 

Foróige:

Carrickshock G.A.A.

Newsletter:

If you wish to receive the weekly Newsletter by email, please drop your email address to liamcassin@ossory.ie.

The Newsletter is available on the Stoneyford Website every weekend. (Stoneyford.ie:) News. 

All notices for the Newsletter to be left in by Thursdays at 5.00p.m. please.

Contact: Telephone: 056 776 8693 or email:liamcassin@ossory.ie

“Twenty-Sixth Sunday of the Year”    –    26th. September 2021

First Reading:

A Reading from the Book of Numbers:

The Lord came down in the Cloud. He spoke with Moses, but took some of the spirit that was on him and put it on the seventy elders. When the spirit came on them they prophesied, but not again.   Two men had stayed back in the camp; one was called Eldad and the other Medad. The spirit came down on them; though they had not gone to the Tent, their names were enrolled among the rest. These began to prophesy in the camp. The young man ran to tell this to Moses, ‘Look,’ he said ‘Eldad and Medad are prophesying in the camp.’ Then said Joshua the son of Nun, who had served Moses from his youth, ‘My Lord Moses, stop them!’ Moses answered him, ‘Are you jealous on my account? If only the whole people of the Lord were prophets, and the Lord gave his Spirit to them all!’                                                                                                

The Word of the Lord.

Responsorial Psalm:  

Response:       The precepts of the Lord gladden the heart.

The law of the Lord is perfect, it revives the soul.

The rule of the Lord is to be trusted,  it gives wisdom to the simple.                                    R.

The fear of the Lord is holy, abiding for ever.

The decrees of the Lord are truth and all of them just.                                               R.

So in them your servant finds instruction; great reward is in their keeping.

But who can detect all his errors?  From hidden faults acquit me.                             R.

From presumption restrain your servant and let it not rule me.

Then shall I be blameless, clean from grave sin.                                                         R.

Second Reading:

A Reading from the Letter of St James:

An answer for the rich. Start crying, weep for the miseries that are coming to you. Your wealth is all rotting, your clothes are all eaten up by moths. All your gold and your silver are corroding away, and the same corrosion will be your own sentence, and eat into your body. It was a burning fire that you stored up as your treasure for the last days. Labourers mowed your fields, and you cheated them – listen to the wages that you kept back, calling out; realise that the cries of the reapers have reached the ears of the Lord of hosts. On earth you have had a life of comfort and luxury; in the time of slaughter you went on eating to your heart’s content. It was you who condemned the innocent and killed them; they offered you no resistance.

The Word of the Lord.

Gospel Acclamation:

Alleluia, alleluia!  

Your word is truth, O Lord:  consecrate us in the truth.  

Alleluia!

Gospel:

A Reading from the Holy Gospel of St. Mark:

John said to Jesus, ‘Master, we saw a man who is not one of us casting out devils in your name; and because he was not one of us we tried to stop him.’ But Jesus said, ‘You must not stop him: no one who works a miracle in my name is likely to speak evil of me. Anyone who is not against us is for us. ‘If anyone gives you a cup of water to drink just because you belong to Christ, then I tell you solemnly, he will most certainly not lose his reward.

‘But anyone who is an obstacle to bring down one of these little ones who have faith, would be better thrown into the sea with a great millstone round his neck. And if your hand should cause you to sin, cut it off; it is better for you to enter into life crippled, than to have two hands and go to hell, into the fire that cannot be put out. And if your foot should cause you to sin, cut it off; it is better for you to enter into life lame, than to have two feet and be thrown into hell. And if your eye should cause you to sin, tear it out; it is better for you to enter into the kingdom of God with one eye, than to have two eyes and be thrown into hell where their worm does not die nor their fire go out.’                                                                                           

The Gospel of the Lord.

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