Youghal Catholic Parish

Weekly Notices

 

Week Beginning Sunday June 24th

Twelfth Week of in Ordinary Time

 

 

Priest on Call:             Emergency Number (087-9779906)

 

Email:                          youghalcatholicparish@gmail.com

 

Parish Office   024-91717: 3Emmett Place, Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9- 1pm:  

 Tuesday 10am -1pm Thursday, 2pm - 6pm

 

Priests of the Parish

V. Rev. Canon David Herlihy P.P.       2 Emmet Place  85012  / 0872784633

Rev. Pat Corkery C.C.                         1 Emmet Place  92336 / 0879601558

Rev. Patrick Winkle C.C.                     Upper Strand    92270

Rev. Brendan Mallon                                Magners Hill      92456

V. Rev Canon Tom Browne P.E.         Priest in residence

 

Vigil Mass:                           SUNDAY MASSES

6.30p.m. Our Lady of Lourdes Church, The Strand,   

7.30p.m. Holy Family Church,  Magners Hill  Broadcast on local Radio104fm

 

Sunday Morning

9.00a.m.                St. Mary’s Church, Ashe St.

9.30a.m.                St. Ita’s, Gortroe

10.a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes Church, The Strand

11.a.m. Holy Family Church, Magners Hill

12 noon                 St. Mary’s Church, Ashe St.

 

Weekday Masses:   

Monday to Friday:   8.a.m.- St. Mary’s Church:

                                    10am Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Wednesdays             7.30pm Holy Family Church: (Sept to May only)

Saturday                   10am St. Mary’s Church

 

Confessions:

Saturday: After 10am Mass After the Vigil Masses

Thursday before the First Friday after 10am Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes

 

Baptism  Contact the Parish Secretary for a booking form and dates.   

 

Marriage: Three months’ notice required by both Church and State. Contact one of  the priests for pre-marriage preparations.

 

Funerals    Funeral Masses  12 Noon.  

 

Adoration Chapel: Emmet Place. Open at the following times:

 

                          Monday to Friday 6am to 11pm

                          Saturday 6am to 5pm

                          Sunday 1pm to 11pm

 

Sick    If a person is sick at home or house bound and would like a visit from a priest    

            contact one of the priests or the Parish Secretary.

 

Please pray for those who have died.   May they rest in peace

For all who died recently: For Laurence Bailey, Rita O’Mahony, Billy Coleman, Noel Joyce & Sr. Mary Supple who’s first anniversaries occur at this time.

 

St. Vincent de Paul Society:  Anyone who needs a little help phone: 087 127 3448

 

Coeliac and Holy Communion: A separate Chalice for those who cannot receive a Host will be available at the Sanctuary once Holy Communion with the Host has been finished

 

No Wednesday Evening Mass for June, July or August.

 

Booking of Masses – A person may book a Mass in the Parish for an intention up to 6 months ahead, first anniversaries can be booked a year in advance. This can be done in Parish Office.

 

Eucharistic Adoration

At present, we need some people to cover the following hours in the Adoration Chapel

Tues:    3 – 4 pm      Wed:       4 - 5.00 pm    Sat:      1 1- 12.00 noon & 2 – 3 pm

Spend time with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel on Emmet Place. Commit yourself to an hour of prayer or a period of prayer during the week. We need people to ensure that this Apostolate continues.                          Contact Una on 087 996 1004.  

 

Cloyne Diocesan Pilgrimage to Fatima 11th - 18th September 2018:  Cost €899 –

7 nights full board. Flight from Cork to Faro return. Insurance €29 extra for those who wish to avail of it. Single room supplement is €30 a night.  Contact Pilgrimage Abroad 01 6359300 or for further information Fr. Patrick Winkle 024 92270

 

Youth trip to Medjugorje: Group leader Robert Hayes - Thursday June 28th to Thursday  July 5th ex Dublin to Dubrovnik - €699 half board inc flights; insurance, transfers and spiritual program. Youth group but all are welcome.

Contact Robert Hayes 087 966 9621 or roberthayes@live.ie

 

Pilgrimage to Medjugorje: 6th September 2018: 7 nights Half Board in guesthouse close to St James Church. Cost is €729 per person sharing & single room supplement is €22 a night, includes full religious programme. Group Leader: Tom Scott.

Spiritual Directors: Fr Donal Leahy & Fr Pat Corkery.  Flights ex – Cork Airport.

For information please contact: Tom Scott Tel: 024 90333 or 087 687 3287

CCTV All the Churches in the Parish have CCTV cameras, for the purpose of security and crime prevention.

 

Mass in North Abbey Cemetery on Friday 6th of July at 7pm.

 

First Confession and First Holy Communion 2019. All parents/guardians who wish to have their children enrolled for the Sacraments for 2019 are to register their child with the Parish by the end of June to begin the preparation in September. Contact Parish Office – 024 91717 – email- youghalcatholicparish@gmail.com

 


Annual collection for retired priests will take place on this weekend

 

The Diocese has to provide for our retired priests.  Funds to do this are raised in three ways:

Money was invested so the interest could be used. Unfortunately, the return on this investment has declined seriously over the past year and looks likely to remain low for the foreseeable future.

Parishes gave 5% of the door collection. Since 2001, this contribution has risen to 7.5%. 

Working priests give an annual contribution.

 

At present there are 27priests who are retired in the Diocese, many of them have given over 50 years of service to the people of the Diocese and where health allows continue to help

where possible in Pastoral ministry.

 

World Meeting of Families

The Gospel of the Family

Joy for the World

 

 

Book online at www.worldmeeting2018.ie/tickets  

 and they will be free. You can volunteer online at www.worldmeeting2018.ie/Volunteer

 

Bus from Youghal Parish will travel on Sunday 26th August if anybody wishes to book a seat please contact Ann in the Parish Office.  13 Seats remain on the Bus.

 

Booking for the Sunday Celebration in Phoenix Park will open on 25th June. Anyone who wishes to celebrate the Mass with Pope Francis on 26th August in Phoenix Park will need to book on line to get their ticket. Anyone who wishes to go to see Pope Francis in Knock will also need to book on line. Tickets for Knock are restricted to 45,000.  Tickets are free but a limit of 600,000 tickets are only available for Phoenix Park.  Access to Phoenix Park will only be for ticket holders. Please note that there will be some distance for walking to get to designated areas for the Mass.

 

The LOGO for the World Meeting of Families

At the heart of the logo is the family. Family members are represented in different ages and roles while walking together in communion and love, helping one another through the journey of life. The cross and the semi-circle represent God’s love, flowing from the cross, embracing and supporting all the families of the world. No one is excluded, no one is left behind.

 

An International and Ecological Event

The map of the world shows that families from all around the globe will come to Ireland for what will be a truly international event. While we see only a glimpse of the continents, they represent the whole world: the common home of all families, entrusted to us by God.

 

The Church, the Family of Families

The red semicircle with the cross on the top echoes the logo of the Archdiocese of Dublin, which is the host diocese for WMOF2018. As well as representing God’s love, flowing from the cross, embracing all the families of the world, the semicircle and cross also represent the ‘dome’ of the Church, “a family of families, constantly enriched by the lives of all those domestic churches” (Pope Francis, The Joy of Love, n. 87).

 

Love is Patient

“Patience takes root when I recognize that other people also have a right to live in this world, just as they are.”  Pope Francis AM 92

 

Sunday 24th June, Diocese of Cloyne Family Pilgrimage

to the Shrine of Saint Gobnait, Ballyvourney.

Open Air Mass begins at 3.30 pm

followed by the Anointing of the Sick.

Celebrant - Most Rev. William Crean, D.D. Bishop of Cloyne

Please come early for ease of access.

 


Pope Francis Visit to Ireland 25th – 26th August 2018

Saturday 25th August 2018

10:30    Arrival at Dublin International Airport  and Official Welcome 

11:15    Arrival at the Presidential Residence and Welcome by the President

12:10    Arrival at Dublin Castle  -  Speech of the Holy Father

             Meeting with authorities, civil society and diplomatic corps in Dublin Castle

15:30    Arrival at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral   

             Visit to the Cathedral - Greeting of the Holy Father

16:30    Private visit to the Day Centre for Homeless Families of the Capuchin   Fathers   

19:30    Arrival at Croke Park Stadium   

19:45     Festival of families in Croke Park Stadium - Speech of the Holy Father

 

Sunday 26th August 2018

08:40    Departure by plane for Knock   

09:20    Arrival at the Airport in Knock

09:45    Arrival at Knock Shrine   

             Visit to the Chapel of Knock Shrine   

             Angelus on the square in front of the Shrine -   Angelus of the Holy Father

10:45    Transfer to the airport in Knock   

11:10    Arrival at the airport in Knock   

11:15    Departure by plane for Dublin   

11:50    Arrival at Dublin International Airport    - Lunch with the Papal Delegation   

14:30    Arrival at Phoenix Park   

15:00    Holy Mass in Phoenix Park   -  Homily of the Holy Father

             Meeting with the Bishops -  Speech of the Holy Father

18:30    Arrival at Dublin International Airport    - Farewell Ceremony   

18:45    Departure by plane for Roma

 


Pope Francis To World Meeting of Families

The family, .., is the “yes” of God as Love. Only starting from love can the family manifest, spread and regenerate God’s love in the world. Without love, we cannot live as children of God, as couples, parents and brothers. I wish to underline how important it is for families to ask themselves often if they live based on love, for love and in love. In practice, this means giving oneself, forgiving, not losing patience, anticipating the other, respecting. How much better family life would be if every day we lived according to the words, “please”, “thank you” and “I’m sorry”.” 25/3/2017