24th July 2011

The Seventeenth Sunday of the Year

24th July 2011


Sun 24 July 12noon Tom Quinn Coolougher. Anniv

Austin and Bridget Hopkins and deceased members of the family.

Willie Joe Flynn and his sister Christina Loughill.

Ballinlough Cemetery Mass
Mon 25 July 8.30pm Teamhair Cemetery Mass
Tues 26 July 10am Private intention
Wed 27 July 10am Mass for all the people of the parish
Sun 31 July 12noon Andrew and Nora Gallagher Mt Lower Anniv.

Eithne Gilmartin Srah Anniv.

Michael Kelly Castleknock Dublin Anniv.

Michael Gallagher Clydaugh

Deceased members of the Heffernan family Ballinlough

Eucharistic Ministers: Church Readers:

Ballinlough Church:

Sun 31st July 12noon Rena Burke Danika Gallagher Joan Mc Dermott

Granlahan Church: Mary Patterson John Caulfield

Sat 30th July 8pm Ann Hett

Offertory Collections: Sat and Sunday 16th & 17th July

Ballinlough: €540

Granlahan: €422

The new mass schedule will come into effect on the week-end 6th and 7th August

Cloonfad Saturday 8pm

Ballinlough Sunday 11am

Granlahan Sunday 12noon

Sat 23 July8pm Paddy, Catherine and Mary Noonan and deceased members of the Noonan family Baile Beag. Deceased members of the Comer family Baile Beag.
Fri 29 July 8.15pm Private intention
Sat 30 July 8pm Tom Ronan Grange Anniv.

Granlahan Sports takes place this Sunday 24th July at 2.30pm followed by a social and fancy dress in the Hillside Tavern at 7.30pm. Please support

A collection will be held on next week-end 30th and 31st July to aid the plight of millions suffering from the effects of drought in East Africa, Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya.

I want to thank all the people who attended the cemetery masses and all the people who helped organize them and who took part in the liturgy

Prayer of the 50th International Eucharistic Congress

Lord Jesus,

You were sent by the Father to gather together those who are scattered.

You came among us, doing good and bringing healing, announcing the Word of salvation and giving the Bread which lasts forever.

Be our companion on life’s pilgrim way.

May your Holy Spirit inflame our hearts, enliven our hope and open our minds, so that together with our sisters and brothers in faith we may recognize you in the Scriptures and in the breaking of bread.

May your Holy Spirit transform us into one body and lead us to walk humbly on the earth, in justice and love, as witnesses of your resurrection.

In communion with Mary, whom you gave to us as our Mother at the foot of the cross, through you may all praise, honour and blessing be to the Father in the Holy Spirit and in the Church, Now and forever.


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