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W/E 18/10/2020

posted Oct 16, 2020, 12:30 PM by John O'Sullivan

Priest on call this week is: Fr. Damien Nolan Tel: 065 6837178 / 086 8396636 

Other Number: Fr Pat O'Neill  065 6827799, 086 2612124 

Masses this Weekend  
 Ruan: Saturday 17th at 8:00pm:- 1 st Anniversary of the late Donal Moloney 
Mass of Anniversaries:- Eugene Casey,  Tom Vaughan  Jack Galvin & Mary Galvin,  John & Mary O'Connor,  Deceased Members of O'Connor Family, Nooan, Seanie & Mary O'Connor, Rathkeale.  Jimmy Lee,  John O'Donnell, Deceased Members of the O'Donnell Family. 
Astrid Flynn, Deceased Members of the Aherne Family, Johnny McNamara, Mary McNamara, Nuala Meaney, Brian Meaney, Vera Smyth
(Live on Imeall Boirne Facebook page)

Masses next Weekend 
Ruan: Saturday October 24th at 8:00pm:-  Mass for the People
(Live on Imeall Boirne Facebook page)

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 CollectionsChurch Collections:  PDF€1,190 - Priests Collection€1,290

Thank you all for your kind contributions

ACCORD COVID-19 Couples and Relationships Support Line. If you need to speak to an experienced couples and relationships counsellor during this time of unprecedented stress and pressure on family life please contact: 028 9568 0151 /01 531 3331 9.00am - 8.00 pm Monday to Friday.

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

100th Anniversary of the Ruan Barracks Raid This Sunday The Ruan/Dysart History Group will be holding a closed commemorative ceremony at the site of the R.I.C. Barracks where a plaque has been erected to commemorate the taking of the barracks 100 years ago for the fight for Irish Independence. 

The Ruan/Dysart History Group would like to thank all those involved in this commemoration.