This weekend Bishop Fintan Monahan comes to spend time in our midst to visit, to listen and to pray with us. It is an opportunity for him to get acquainted with the geography of the parish and the life of the community. He has had a busy schedule since his arrival in the diocese and it is a pleasure to have him break the bread of the Eucharist with us as community. We extend a very warm welcome to Bishop
There will be Mass in Drumline Cemetery this Tuesday at 7.30pm. All are welcome.
There will be mass in Kilconry Cemetery on Tuesday 6th June at 7.30pm. All are welcome
The Fatima Group will recite the Rosary from 2-3pm in Newmarket Church.
We will gather on Easter Sunday morning at 6.00am to celebrate the Resurrection and break the Bread of the Eucharist together at Fenloe cemetery. The new day should begin to break in on our darkness at about 6.15am. By assembling in this sacred place in our parish we will unite our voices with those of our departed loved ones in proclaiming Resurrection and welcoming Christ our light who calls us out of darkness into his own marvellous light.
People are warmly invited and it is a night to acknowledge our unity as a Diocese when we gather with our Bishop to celebrate the work of priests and people and to recommit to Eucharist and to ministry with God’s people.
Parishes are invited to put this invitation in parish