Parish Clergy: Fr Loughlin Brennan Fr. Tom Ryan
Tel. 386227 Mobile 087 9814051 Tel. 352223 Mobile 087 6291557
Molly Power 7pm next Saturday
Tom Holmes 9am next Sunday
Paddy and Mary Nash 10am this Sunday
John and Mary Fitzgibbon and
Brian O’Mahony 10am next Sunday
May They Rest in Peace
Eucharistic Ministers Next Weekend: Boher: Laurence Bartley.
Murroe: Elizabeth Power-Lynch 7pm, Suzanne Barron 9am, Margaret Holmes 11.30am
Cemetery Masses: Abington, Sunday 28th July at 11.30am.
Eucharistic Adoration: No Adoration in Murroe next Friday.
Murroe Boher Pilgrimage to Knock Shrine will take place on Sunday 4th August. More details next week.
Help Required: We need assistance to distribute the Clergy collection envelopes in the Dromelia area. If you can help, please contact Fr Brennan asap.
Many thanks from St Joseph’s Young Priests Society to the local promoters and subscribers who contribute €10 per person per year. This money helps to foster vocations to the priesthood and religious life and to assist financially, students for the priesthood. This year €500 was sent to the Society.
Medjugorje Pilgrimage: A few seats left for pilgrimage to Medjugorje departing from Shannon on 5th September spiritual directors Fr T Egan, Fr D Quirke full religious programme contact John O Brien Group leader 086 8586304
Boher Community Development Association would like to thank everybody for generously supported us with our Silver Circle Draw. First draw took place last Sunday and the results are as follows: €1,000 Michael Lynch, Lismullane; €300 Jim Foley, Lismullane; €200 Alan Ryan, Boher; €50 Shauna O’Brien Highpark; €50 Paudie Laffan, Sandylane; €20 John Ryan, Annagh; €20 Seamus Quigley, Moneygall; €20 Mary McNamara, Dromelia; €20 Stephen Ryan, Cloughnadromin; €20 Denis Richardson, Ballyart. Next Draw Saturday, 3 August in O’Neill’s Bar.
Viatores Christi (Lay missionary association) is visiting parishes in Cashel and Emly. They will preach at all Masses in Murroe/Boher on weekend of 24/25 August.
Social Dance in Millennium Centre Caherconlish on Saturday 20th July. Music by Chris Dallat. Tea served. Admission €10
Murroe Boher Bord na nOg, would like to congratulate all 108 players who took part in this this year’s Cul Camp in Boher this week, and to the parents who volunteered their time to supervise lunch breaks.
Murroe Boher Camogie: Well done to our U12 team who played Bruff in their second last round of the non-competitive league. As with every other game the girls have played, they continue to improve every time they take to the field. Best of luck to our U10 team who travel to Mungret this weekend for their third blitz of the year where they will play Mungret, St. Ailbe’s and Ahane on the day. Best of luck to all players and mentors.
Lotto Results for 7/7/19 – 3,15,22,28 – No Winner. €20 Lucky Dip Linda Leahy, Donal O’Brien, John O’Conner and Gerard Mc Inerney. Next week’s Jackpot €5,900 Draw in the Valley Inn.
Murroe AFC Notes: Team News: The Ladies had a tough one against the league leaders with a heavy loss away to Regional Utd on Tuesday last on an 8-2 scoreline. This coming week they’ve no fixture. Keep an eye on the Facebook page for fixtures and results.
Murroe AFC’s FAI Summer Soccer School is taking place in Tubber next week and we’re looking forward to welcoming over 100 kids to the club for a week of fun. Hopefully the weather will be good!
Online Club shop: Murroe AFC now have an online club shop with O’Neill’s, so if you’d like to get yourself a nice club t-shirt or polo shirt for the long hot summer ahead have a look. Link available on the Murroe AFC Facebook Page.
Reflection: So, who is my neighbour today? My neighbour is far more than the person who lives near or next to me. My neighbour is anyone who is in need. It’s that simple and that challenging! Every day in so many ways, we meet people who desperately need our help. How we respond is our choice. We can be like the priest and Levite; we can cross to the other side and ignore them. We can close our eyes and hearts to them. Or, like the Samaritan, we can go out of our way to help them in whatever way we can.
My neighbour is anyone who is need. St. James reminds us; ‘If we see one of our brothers or sisters who is in need of clothes or food and do not have enough to live on, and we say, I wish you well…without giving them the necessities to live, what good is that? It is the same with faith, if good deeds do not go with it, it is quite dead.
Lord, When I see someone who needs (my) help, may I be moved with compassion. May I reach to help them; may I do what I can to care for them in whatever way I can, no matter how small I think it is. (Br Michael Moore OMI)