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W/E 12/08/2018

posted Aug 10, 2018, 5:25 AM by John O'Sullivan

Priest on call in Imeall Boirne this week is:-

 Fr. Pat O’Neill, 065 6827799/086 2612124: 


Priests Contact Numbers: 

Fr Damien Nolan, Tel: 065 6837178/086 8396636.


Weekday Masses:         Ruan:      Monday, Tuesday at 9:30 am.     Dysart:     Wednesday at 9:30am


Masses this Weekend 
Sunday 12th August 7:00 pm Mass of Anniversaries:- Rita Crowe  Kitty Kelly, Nora Kelly, Morty Kelly  Deceased members of the Kelly Family
Ellen Gleeson, Michael Gleeson, Bridget Gleeson

We remember in our prayers today Tommy Peoples, Toonagh and James Synott, Barefield, father of Denise Whelan, Ballygriffey who were recently laid to rest. May their gentle souls rest in peace.

Masses next Weekend
Ruan: Sunday 19th August 10:00 am Mass of Anniversaries:- Murty Cullinan,  Margaret Cullinan,  Patrick Cullinan,  Eddie O’Connor
Maureen O’ Donoghue,  Joe O’ Donoghue,  Sean Brody


Eucharistic Adoration:       Ruan:   Wednesdays - Hourly from 3pm to 7pm

                                                        Dysart:  Thursdays - Hourly from 10am to 1pm


Weekly Collections: PDF: €596.00
Thank you all for your kind contributions


Readers & Ministers of the Eucharist

Ruan       Sunday at 10:00 am                                  Dysart     Sunday at 7:00 p.m.

Reader this week:         Shane Punch                              Reader this week:  Frances Browne

Reader next week:        Carmel Foley                             Reader next week:  Monica Tierney

Euch Min this week:    Mary O Halloran                       Euch Min this week:  Ita Hastimgs

Euch Min next week:   Sheila Lynch                              Euch Min next week:  Gerry Kelly

                                                                                            

Farewell Mass  Fr . Seamus Nohilly's farewell Mass will take place in St. Cronan’s Church, Crusheen this Sunday August 12th at 11.30am. Everyone is invited to attend and show our appreciation for his dedication and for all the work he has done in the parish. 

Join us afterwards for a cup of tea and a chat with Fr. Seamus


Volunteer Ministries The Diocese of Killaloe is developing openings for two new lay volunteer ministries in the Diocese.
Training programmes, open to women and men, for the Ministry of Catechist and the Ministry of Pastoral Care will begin in the Autumn.
These new ministries, will be of interest to those already involved in the life of their local Church community and will involve lay people working
side by side with priests in key ministries in parishes and pastoral areas. Brochures are available on the Diocesan Webpage. Further information and application forms can be found at https:// www.killaloediocese.ie/ministry opportunities-in-the -diocese-of killaloe


World Meeting of Families Dublin 2018  Papal Mass—Sunday 26th August.
If you have a ticket for the Papal Mass in Phoenix Park and wish to travel by bus we are hoping to organize a bus from the Cluster but we need to be
booking a bus in the coming week and need a final count of people travelling. Please call Anne on 065 68-90865 before Wed 8th August.


Lourdes Pilgrimage:  Due to great demand for the Autumn pilgrimage a second aircraft has been secured for the Autumn Pilgrimage on Sunday 7th October returning Friday 12th October; €679pps with €10 discount for online booking to joewalshtours.ie

Hurling/Camogie Camp. Ruan Hurling Club is hosting a Summer Camp in the Hurling field from Monday, Aug. 20 to Thursday, Aug. 23 from 10am to 2pm each day, with a Family Fun Day on the Thursday. To date, 91 children have registered. Children may still register and, also register on the first morning of the camp, €30 per child. 
Contact Ann Marie on 086369235 or Grainne on 0878560636 for details.

Imeall Boirne Mass Schedule
The new schedule for Masses in the Cluster will come into effect from September 1st and will be reviewed after a six month period.
We have included the new schedule of Masses with this weekends Newsletter and also placed the new schedule on each church noticeboard.


Baptisms in the Imeall Boirne Parishes: 

All Baptisms take place each Sunday of the Month at 12:30pm rotating between all nine churches.

August:Dysart 12th. - Kinaboy 19th—Boston 26th

People intending to have children baptised must complete the baptismal preparation course before each child is baptised. All forms for the above are
available from Anne at the Imeall Boirne Office. Phone No: 065 6890865. Email: imeallboirne@outlook.com


Tommy Peoples — Rest In Peace Donegal-born fiddler Tommy Peoples sadly passed away last weekend at the age of 70. Tommy moved to Clare,
a county whose people and music he loved dearly and where he spent over 30 years living in Toonagh. Regarded as a master of his craft, Tommy enchanted audiences at home and abroad with his unique style of music. He gained critical acclaim with The Bothy Band back in the mid-70s, and performed with the
Kilfenora Céilí Band the Green Linnet Céilí Band, 1691 and was also a well-established solo performer in his own right. 

Tommy Peoples had the distinction of receiving two TG4 Gradam Awards, for Traditional Musician of the Year in 1998 and Composer of the Year in 2013, a feat not achieved before or since. He also had a great love of the Irish language, which he considered to be a very important part of Irish life. In July 2015, he launched a self-published book “Ó Am go hAm - From Time to Time.” The book combines a fiddle tutor by Tommy, and a complete notation of 130 original tunes and includes many stories and incidents from his life and musical career. 

We extend our deepest sympathy to his loving family, relatives and to his many friends and neighbours.
Suaimhneas síoraí tabhair dó, a Thiarna, agus go lonraí solas suthain air. Tabhair maithiúnas dár ndeartháir agus tabhair ionad sosa faoi shíocháin dó.


Youth 2000 Summer Festival This years Festival takes place in Cistercian College, Roscrea from Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th August.
The Festival is for young people aged 16-35 and attracts over 1000 young people from all over Ireland and includes inspiring talks, workshops, dramas,
concert, prayer and much more in a chilled out setting. It promises to be a great opportunity for young people from all around Ireland to explore their faith in a chilled out setting. This is a donation only festival, just bring a pillow and a sleeping bag. Free buses to event.
Book online at: www.youth2000.ie

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