Glanmire Parish, County Cork, Ireland - part of the Catholic Diocese of Cork and Ross.

Mass Newsletter Sun 9th July 2017

July 9, 2017

Mass Newsletter Sun 9th July 2017:

GLANMIRE PARISH
9th July 2017
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

St Joseph’s Church St Michael’s Church
Mon – Fri 10.00 am
Saturday Vigil 6 pm
Sunday 9.00, 10.30; 12.00
Sunday 10.00 am

St Joseph’s Church Adoration Mon night 8.30 pm – 9.30 pm. Fri 10am – 10 pm
St Michael’s Church Thursday 10 am – Noon

Fr John Newman Tel.087-2485684, Fr Anthony Buckley Tel.087- 2744617
Parish website:www.glanmireparish.ie/ Email:office@glanmireparish.ie
www.facebook.com/Glanmire CatholicParish/

Parish office closed for annual leave. Office will be open on Tuesay 25th July
10 am to 1 pm. Tel: (021) 4820654 email:office @glanmireparish.ie

Why me?
When we are tested with trials we ask God, Why me? And we fail to count the innumerable blessings that we have received. Arthur Ashe, the legendary Wimbledon player was dying of AIDS which he got due to infected blood received during a heart surgery in 1983. From the world over, he received letters from his fans, one of whom wrote: “Why does God have to select you for such a bad disease?”. To this Arthur Ashe replied: “The world over 50,000,000 children start playing tennis, 5,000,000 learn to play tennis, 500,000 learn professional tennis, 50,000 come to the circuit, 5000 reach the grand slam, 50 reach the Wimbledon, 4 to semi-finals, 2 to finals. When I was the one holding the cup, I never asked God “Why me?” And today in pain, I do not ask God “Why me?”

The annual Remembrance Mass at Little Island cemetery will take place on Friday 14th July at 7.30 pm.

Glanmire Community Association public meeting next Monday 10th July at 8.15pm. Topic: Infrastructure development planned for Glanmire 2018/2020 by Councillor Padráig O Sullivan.

The Pro Life Campaign is holding a public meeting on Monday, 10th July in the Clayton Silver Springs Hotel, Cork City at 7.30 pm. Attendees will receive an update on the current situation regarding the protection of unborn children and their mothers. They will hear more about new pro-life initiatives and how they can get involved in protecting the Eighth Amendment and restoring a culture of life.

Glanmire Pro-life Group: Next meeting has been postponed until Monday 17th July at 8 pm in the Pastoral Room. New members welcome.

Off. 2nd July St Joseph’s €1,021
St Michael’s €237 €1,258
2nd Collection next weekend is for Diocesan Needs.

Cathedral of St Mary & St Anne presents ALLELUIA featuring Linda Kenny, Soprano, Ryan Morgan, Tenor and Special Guest, Fr Ray Kelly,
Cór Geal Choir from Whitechurch and St Vincent’s National School.
Friday 20th October 2017 at 8 pm at the Iconic North Cathedral at 8 pm. Tickets €20.

In the book, The Fellowship of the Ring, the first book of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Lady Galadriel, a powerful elven queen, says to Frodo, the hobbit, a man half the size of everyone else, “The smallest person can change the course of history.” As Jesus teaches us today in the Gospel, all it takes is the smallest act of faith for the world to be changed. The Church Fathers interpreted the “mustard seed” and the “yeast” as representing the preaching of the Gospel. Thus, a simple Word can change the world. Think about it: A ragtag group of men (the Apostles), with no education, who hailed from Galilee, changed the world. They did this not because of anything they had done on their own, but because they received the Word of God from Jesus Christ

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