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W/E 22/11/2020

posted Nov 20, 2020, 5:37 AM by John O'Sullivan   [ updated Nov 20, 2020, 5:54 AM ]

Priest on call this week is:  Fr Pat O'Neill  065 6827799, 086 2612124 

Other Number: Fr. Damien Nolan Tel: 065 6837178 / 086 8396636   

Masses this Weekend  
Ruan: Saturday November 21th at 8:00pm Mass for the People
 (Live on Imeall Boirne Facebook page)

Masses next Weekend 
Ruan: Saturday November 28th at 8:00pm Mass for the People
(Live on Imeall Boirne Facebook page)

Imeall Bóirne Parishes Christmas Food Appeal  Our Christmas Food Appeal has got off to a great start in most of our local shops and we thank all who have so generously donated so far. We are delighted with the response after only one week. We are asking for non-perishable items (tea, sugar, tinned foods, cereals, rice, jams, pasta, biscuits, sweets etc..) They can be dropped off in the collection boxes located as follows: XL Store, Ruan O’Callaghans, Daybreak, Corofin Minihanes, Centra Corofin Clarkes Daybreak, Crusheen Imeall Boirne Office (Thurs 10am –4pm) All items donated will be distributed by local voluntary groups and charities in the surrounding areas before Christmas. We hope you will all get involved and support this very worthy cause as it can only be a success with your generosity. “Working together we can improve each others lives.”
Imeall Boirne Masses Unfortunately due to new restrictions, we have to cancel our public Masses until further notice. You are all most welcome to join us online for daily Mass and Spiritual Communion on the Imeall Boirne Parishes Facebook Page Monday to Friday at 9:30 am 
Saturday 8:00 pm from St. Mary’s Church Ruan 
Sunday 11:00 am from St. Brigid’s Church Corofin 
Mass of Anniversaries. We will include all your requests as per previous year . 
You can e-mail/ call Anne with any new requests. Thank You. 

Weekly CollectionsWeekly Donations Envelopes can be dropped into the Imeall Boirne Office on Thursdays from 10am to 4pm or anytime to Fr. Pat or Fr. Damien. Thank you for your kind contributions.

Thank you all for your kind contributions

Keeping Faith, Hope and Love During Level-5 Restrictions Masses continue to be celebrated but without a congregation. 

Funeral Masses may be celebrated with up to 25 mourners. 

Weddings may take place with up to 25 guests. 

Baptisms may not be celebrated. 

Eucharistic Adoration is also not to take place. 

Keeping our sacred place a safe place. 

The Feast of Christ the King We honour Him today as the Risen Christ the King. The title King informs us that Jesus Christ represents Majesty and is Lord of all. He is the source of goodness, light and hope in a world of darkness. As part of His kingdom, let us stand for integrity, right and truth. Christ came among us to reveal the truth and to lead us to heaven. Everlasting life and glory await those who follow Christ in hope and are faithful to Him. We might say this prayer today: Jesus my King, my friend and my beloved; Jesus my protection from sin and death. 

Sacred Heart of Jesus may your Kingdom come. Amen. 

Toonagh N.S. Clothes Collection Massive well done to the Parents Association in Toonagh National School who organised the recent clothes collection and to every one who donated items. Over €900 was raised for the schoo

Multiple Sclerosis Run A huge thank you to each and every one of you who generously donated to the recent 100km run in 10 days for the Clare Branch of M.S. Ireland. Well done to the 5 lads, Jack McDonagh, Ryan Power, Jason Power and Darragh McInerney and Shane Punch who raised a grand total of €4,850 for such a worthy cause

Signed Mass Cards are available from Anne in the Imeall Boirne Office on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Also from Fr. Damien & Fr. Pat