January 24th Newsletter

24 January 2010


23 Jan. 8 pm. Marie Galvin, Cloonlee, MM. Michael & Nora Kelly, Cloonalough, Anniv.
Thomas & Mary Hussey, Candlefield, Anniv.
John & Ellen Coll & their daughter Harriet.
John & Rose Caulfield, Clooninsla, Anniv.


26 Jan. 10 am. John Gallagher, Main St. Ballyhaunis.


27 Jan. 10 am. Mass for all the people of the parish.


30 Jan. 8 pm. Helen Stanley, Cloonlee, Anniv. Pake Judge, Cloonreliagh, 2nd Anniv.
        Eucharistic Ministers: Church Readers:
Ballinlough Church:
Sat 30 Jan. 8 pm Marie Cregg, Teresa Markham Elaine Neary
Danika Gallagher
Granlahan Church:
  Sun 31 Jan 12 noon. Angela Keaveney, Joe Keane Edel Coffey
Fiona Brady.
Offertory Collections: 
Sat & Sun. 16th & 17th January
Ballinlough:  € 760. Granlahan:  €621.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Gerry Wynne, brother of Margaret Murphy, Castlequarter and for the repose of the soul of Bernard Crosby, Mountain Lower and also for the repose of the soul of Paddy Whyte, Renmore, Galway, who died recently.
Many thanks to the parents of children receiving their First Holy Communion this year who attended the First Holy Communion talk on Thursday last.
Thanks also to the members of Granlahan & Ballinlough Parish Pastoral Councils, attended a talk on Wednesday last in the Rest & Care Centre, Knock.

Sun. 24 Jan. 12 noon. Patrick & Michael O’Gara and deceased members of the O’Gara family, Ballyglass. Pat & Jim Neenan, Derrylahan
Fri 29 Jan. 8.15 pm. Mass for all the people of the parish.
Sun. 31 Jan. 12 noon. Joe Hussey and deceased family members and Eddie Joe & Colette Burke.

The making of St. Brigid’s Crosses, and having them blessed and placed in our homes is a tradition well worth holding on to and making part of our lives today.

Mary Connolly, the liturgy resource person for the Archdiocese of Tuam will speak to liturgy groups from each Parish Pastoral Council on Wednesday 27 January from 8.00 to 10.00 pm. at the Rest & Care Centre, Knock and on the following two Wednesday nights.  Please support.
Ballinlough Day Centre will reopen on Thursday 28 January.  Everyone most welcome

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