Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan Fr. Tom Ryan
Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051 Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557
Recent Deaths: Thomas Lynch, who died in England son of Willie Lynch formerly of Ballyvoreen, Murroe.
Carol McKie 7pm this Saturday
Eileen O’Malley 11.30am this Sunday
Subscribers to St Joseph’s Young Priest’s Society
and for Vocations to the Priesthood 10am Tuesday
Timmy Landers 10am Wednesday
Bernard Carey 7pm next Saturday
Foley Family 9am next Sunday
Paddy Lorigan Mass Offered
John Barron Months Mind 10am this Sunday
Eileen Hickey Mass Offered
May They Rest in Peace
Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Liz Barron.
Murroe: Willie Carey 7pm, Josie Meade 9am, Saundra Ni Chiosog 11.30am
Masses for coming Week: No morning Mass in Murroe and Boher on Monday
Apostolate of Eucharistic Adoration Assembly Day, St Patrick’s College, Thurles on Saturday 30th March 2019. 10.00am – Rosary. 10.20-10.50am – Tea Break 10.50-11.30am – Adoration. 11.45am-l.00pm – Holy Mass, followed by Healing Service. Celebrant: Rev Fr John Keane, CC Macroom
Milford Hospice Church Gate Collection: We would like to thank you and your parishioners/congregation most sincerely for contributing to the Church Gate Collection which took place recently. The amount raised was €1016.36
Maranatha Prayer Ministry Healing Retreat on Sunday 24th March 2019 at 2.30pm at St. Paul’s Church, Dooradoyle, Limerick through the Ministry of Rev. Fr. John Walsh, Limerick and Lay Speaker Jomon, Voice of Peace. All welcome.
Annual Coffee Morning in Aid of Cancer Research – Preliminary Notice – This year the annual coffee morning in aid of cancer research will take place on Saturday 27th April from 10.30 am until 1.00 pm at Madaboy House, Abington. To date, this event has been hugely successful in raising much needed funds for targeted research into many cancers. The musical talents of the Limerick-based Ukealadies will once again provide entertainment. Please put this date in your diary and plan to come and enjoy delicious treats and great chat while supporting such a worthy cause which touches so many people.
Murroe Darkness into Light 4am, 11th May in aid of Pieta House. Early registration at reduced rate open until 31st March – so please register as soon as possible. See https://www.darknessintolight.ie/event/murroe. Route starts and finishes at Muintir an Tíre hall, the walk goes through the grounds of Glenstal Abbey, and parking is provided.
Killinure national School Parents Council will hold a Fundraising Table Quiz in Pa McGraths, Boher on Friday 22nd March at 9pm. Table of 4, €20. Prizes and raffle on the night. All are welcome
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will be holding a blood donor clinic in the Community Centre, Newport, on Sunday 24th March. Time: 12noon – 3pm.
Digital Skills Training: Did you receive a new digital device recently – iPhone, iPad, Tablet, Smart Phone? Do you know how to use it? Would you like to know more? Would you like to be able to navigate your way around your device confidently? Learn how to: search websites, send and receive emails, use popular apps like Skype, WhatsApp, send and receive photos, be safe online. Ballyhoura Development is delivering ‘bring your own device’ Digital Skills training in Cappamore Library. This training aims to give people the confidence, motivation and skills to take their first steps online. Training is FREE and will be delivered in small groups of 8 to 10 people, over 5 x 2 hour sessions. Our next training will begin on Friday, 22nd March from 10.30am to 12.30pm. To book a place please contact Cappamore Library on 061-381586 or email email@example.com
Doon Community Council are holding their annual monster table quiz in all five pubs, in Doon, on Friday the 29th of March, starting at 9.30pm. Table of 4, €20 per table. Raffle and spot prizes on the night
Murroe-Boher Community Games: Congratulations to the U13 chess team who have qualified for the Munster final – Harry Fitzgerald, Karl Waldron, Evan Duffy, Rian Horgan, John Brouder and Josh Devlin. Well done also to the second U13 team consisting of Conor Barron O Donnell, Sean Murphy, Billy Moylan, Zindin Laihem and Tadhg McEllott, who did not succeed in getting through despite putting in a good effort’.
Reflection: The Eucharist is a place of encounter and revelation through which we meet and hear Jesus. When the scriptures are proclaimed at mass, it is Jesus himself who is speaking to us. When we present the Bread and Wine to the altar, the ultimate transfiguration and change takes place; they become the Body and Blood of Jesus and are freely offered back to us. When we celebrate the Eucharist with each other, we too are in the presence of Jesus, God’s chosen One, to whom we are asked to listen. It is then that we can truly say, “it is good that we are here!” As we continue our journey through Lent, may we listen to Jesus who has the message and words of eternal life.