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Sunday 29th October

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St. Mary's Church, Clonmany.

St. Michael's Church, Urris.

Oratory, Ballyliffin.

Fr. Jack Farrell, P.P., Tel. 76264.

Fr. Peter Devlin, C.C., Tel. 76114.

Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time - October 29, 2000

INDULGENCES AT THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS

1. From 12 noon on November 1 until midnight on November 2, all who have confessed, received Holy Communion, and prayed for the Pope's intentions (one Our Father and Hail Mary, or any other prayer of one's choice) can gain one plenary indulgence by visiting a church or oratory, and there reciting one Our Father and the Apostle's Creed. This indulgence is applicable only to the souls of the departed. Confession may be made at any time within the week preceding or the week following November 1. Holy Communion may be received on any day from November 1 - 8. For every other visit to a church made during this time a partial indulgence for the same intention may be gained.

2. The faithful who visit a cemetery and pray for the dead may gain a plenary indulgence applicable only to the Holy Souls on the usual conditions once per day from 1-8 November. The conditions mentioned above apply also for this.

Winter Time officially begins this weekend and clocks go back one hour

Mass Times, Confessions, & Adoration as follows:

Wednesday of this week is the Feast of all Saints and is a Holiday of Obligation

Friday is the First Friday of the month.

St. Mary's Church:

Masses:

Mon. 9:30am.

Tues 8pm

Wed 9.30am and 11.30am

Thurs 11am and 8pm

Fri. 8pm.

Sat. Vigil 8pm.

Sun. 9am. 11:30am.

Confessions:

Fri. 7 - 7:50pm.

Sat. 7- 7:50pm.

Adoration:

Mon.- Fri. 1:30-3:30pm. in the Oratory in the Day Centre.

St. Michael's Church:

Masses:

Tues and Thurs 7pm

Wednesday 10.30

Sat.Vigil Mass 7pm.

Sun.10:30am

Confessions:

Mon 9.a.m and Sat. 6:15pm.

Adoration:

Mon. - Fri. 7:30pm. - 9:30pm

Oratory, Ballyliffin:

Mass:

Wed, Thurs, Sun. 10am

Confession:


Thurs 9.15am

Local Notes

Priest on call: Fr. Farrell is on call this week, tel. 76264.

Dr. on Duty: In emergency, tel. 76173.

Pope's Intentions for November: That politicians and economists may feel it their duty to attend to the welfare of all people, giving first place to the most poverty-stricken. That reflection on the missionary role of Religious Institutes may foster growth of genuine vocations to the consecrated life.

Saints of the week:

Wednesday: Feast of All Saints.
Thursday: The Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed
Friday: St. Malachy, bishop.
Saturday: St. Charles Borromeo, bishop.

Months Mind Masses: 8pm. Mass in St. Mary's Church, on Thurs. Nov. 2 will be offered for Gerry Gibbons, Minahaw and 8pm. Mass in St. Mary's Church on Fri. Nov. 3 will be offered for Cassie Harkin, Binion on their Months Mind. May they rest in peace.

Visitation of the Sick: Fr. Farrell and Fr. Devlin will attend their sick on Friday of this week.

Collections: Parish collection last weekend amounted to £1,225. Church Restoration Fund amounted to £1,123. Collection for the Missions amounted to £712. Thank you for your generosity to all three collections. Annual collection for the Church Bulletin will be taken up on Wed. Nov. 1. (Envelope enclosed in your box.)

October Station Masses: Fr. Farrell and Fr. Devlin would like to thank all those who hosted the October Station Masses for your hospitality and kindness.

November is the month of the Holy Souls. We remember those who have died, and pray for the happy repose of their souls. There is great comfort for each of us in the knowledge that the dead are remembered especially at this time. We pray, too, for the souls who have nobody left to pray for them, and ask God to show his mercy to one and all.

Readers, Collectors, Lay Ministers, Counters and Altar Society for November:

C L O N M A N Y

Readers:

Vigil: Maureen Kerr. 9:00am. Pauline McDaid. 11:30am. Patrick Michael Gallen.

Collectors: Vigil: Bridie McDaid & Danny Gordon, Long Aisle. Sarah Doherty, Bell Aisle. Lucy McCarron, Stair Aisle. 9:00am. Philip Doherty, Long Aisle. James Harkin, Bell Aisle. Patsy Doherty, Stair Aisle. 11:30am. Joe Harkin & George Harkin Long Aisle. Gerald Bradley, Stair Aisle. Paul Gill, Bell Aisle.

Lay Ministers: Vigil: Geraldine Martin, Mary mcGeoghegan, Carmel McFadden & Geraldine O'Donnell. 9:00am. Ailish Kelly & Carol Ann McDonald. 11:30am. Mary Shiels, Myra Harkin, Maureen Gill & Jim Harkin.

Altar Society: Briedge McEleney, Minaduff & Sheila Doherty, Cleagh.

Counters: Margaret Farren, Dr. Murray Doherty & Manus O'Doherty.

U R R I S

Readers: Vigil: Bernadette Friel. 10:30am. May Barr.

Collectors: Vigil: Hubert Diver, Roxtown & Jack Doherty, Leenan. 10:30am. Christopher Friel, Dunaff & Paul Kelly, Letter.

Lay Ministers: Vigil: Gerard & Anne Friel. 10:30am. Elizabeth Doherty & Kathleen Doherty.

Altar Society: Charlotte Diver, Roxtown.

B A L L Y L I F F I N

Reader: Molly Sweeney.

Lay Ministers: Mary Doogan & Charlie Coyle.

Meeting in the Day Centre on Mon. Oct. 30 at 8pm.

Found: A sum of money was found in Clonmany Church. Contact Fr. Farrell.

Fundraising: Ticket sellers will be going door to door this week fundraising on behalf of the Irish Kidney Association for Beaumont Hospital in Dublin. Please give your support.

Parents: Due to the fact that fireworks have been in evidence in our community lately this appeal goes out to parents to impress upon young people the danger involved in the use of fireworks and the great distress they cause to the elderly and those living alone.

Motor Neurone Collection taken up recently amounted to £337.85. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

Ballyliffin/Urris FÁS: Workers required - Interviews will take place on Nov. 7. Contact Brian Harkin, 76498; Doris Russo, 76745 or Gráinne Walsh, 76156.

Magheramore T.V. Committee: Fee of £10 will be collected in the Parochial Hall on Mon. Oct. 30 from 8pm. - 9pm.

Carmel's Hairsalon will be closed until Thurs. Nov. 2.

Toy Sale in the Colgan Hall, Carndonagh on Nov. 11 at 2pm. Anyone who would like to contribute toys please hand them in to your local school or tel. 74706 to arrange collection. All money raised goes directly to people working in the third world.

James Connolly & Community Hospital, Carndonagh are now recruiting care assistants and grounds people for their new FÁS Project due to start in Nov. Usual FÁS conditions apply. If interested, please contact Matron Canny, 74206, Matron Monagle, 74164 or Jack McLaughlin, 82345 with D.O.B., R.S.I. no. etc. as soon as possible.

Sport

Rasheeny F.C. News:

Result:

Dunree Utd. 2 Rasheeny F.C. 3

Moville Res. 5 Rasheeny Res. 1

Fixtures:

Sun. Oct. 29, Ulster Junior Cup Arranmore Utd. V Rasheeny F.C. at 1pm.

Res. League: Moville Res. V Rasheeny Res. at 11am.

Golden Goal: Last week's winner was Shaun Paul Doherty, (D) Claggin, Clonmany.

Youth Club Winners, Oct. 26, week 38:

1st. Neil & Anne Devlin, Annagh.Promoters: John Paul Devlin.
2nd. Margaret Doherty, Roxtown. Promoters:Caroline Kerrigan.
3rd. Mary McGonigle, Cloontagh. Promoters:Catherine McGonigle.
4th. Anne Doherty, Gortfad.Promoters: Mark Doherty.

Urris G.A.A. Club:

Club's Annual Dinner Dance this Friday Nov. 3 in the Ballyliffin Hotel. Medals will be presented to the Ladies Team, Senior, Reserve, U16 & U14 Boys Teams. Tickets £12.50 available from club members or tel. Edward, 76416.

Please Note: Football Pitch closed until further notice.

Club Meeting on Wed. at 8:30pm. in the clubhouse. All members please attend.

Diary Dates:

Bazaar Sun. Dec. 3 at 3pm.

Club's A.G.M. on Sun. Nov. 26 at 7pm.

Night at the Races, Fri. Dec. 15.

Scór na Nóg, Fri. Nov. 10 in Malin at 7:30pm.

Bingo in St. Mary's Hall on Thursday night at 9pm. Book £5.

Match & Win Results Thurs. Oct. 26:

Years Drawn: 1963, 1965, 1968, 1983.

£10 winners: Mark McGonigle, Cloontagh. Teresa McGeoghegan, Collon. Alister Borland, C/o Michelle Hands. Michael McCole, Rasheeny. Josie Doherty, Tullagh.

Jackpot this week £1,025 - why not try your luck! It only costs £1. Envelopes available from club members.

Clonmany Shamrocks:

Results:

Illies Celtic 3 Clonmany Shamrocks 4

Fixtures:

Sun. 29 Clonmany Shamrocks V Lagan Harps K.O. 1:30pm.

Clonmany Res. V Cockhill Res. at 11am.

Bingo draw results:

1st. Mary McGonigle, Carndonagh;

2nd. Denis Devlin, Tullagh.


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