NEWSLETTER SUNDAY 5TH JANUARY 2020

NEWSLETTER SUNDAY 5TH JANUARY 2020

Fermoy Parish Newsletter

2nd Sunday of Christmas

5th January 2020

Parish Website:   www.fermoyparish.ie

Fermoy parish office Tel 025 30856

Opening times 9.30 am to 12 Midday

Priest on Sick Call Duty: Tel: 087-2552276

The Offertory Collection this weekend is for: Diocesan Purposes

Last weekend’s Door Collection €1525

Last Weekend’s Offertory Collection €1575

The Blessed Sacrament Chapel:  The following hours need help/backup with another person in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.

Monday 8am to 9 am,                             Tuesday 9pm to 10pm,                        

Wednesday 9pm to 10pm,                         Wednesday 1pm to 2pm,                 

Friday 8am to 9am,                                     Friday 7pm to 8pm,                       

Saturday 4 to 5pm                                     Sunday 1am to2am Back up with another person.                                       

Sunday 11am to 12 Noon,                 Sunday 3pm to 4pm URGENT,

Wednesday 4am to 5am for 15th, 22nd, & 29th January                                      

If you can cover any of these hours, please let Trish in the parish office know  

 

Items of a Religious or Community Nature:  Are welcome for this Parish Newsletter. Notices should be given in by Wednesday Afternoon to The Parish Office (Tel 025-30856) or email info@fermoyparish.ie

Feast of The Epiphany: Monday next 6th January is the Feast of The Epiphany. A Holy day of Obligation. Mass times are as Follows

St Patrick’s Church Monday 6th January 10am & 7.30pm

Please note there is no mass in The Queen of Peace Church & No Vigil Mass on Sunday Night.

 

Diocesan Directory 2020: The Diocesan directory is available to buy at a cost of €3 from the parish Office

 

Splendour in Flower & Stone Flower festival Calendar 2020: For Sale in the parish office   at a cost of €5. Proceeds to help update heating system and install new lift in St Benedict’s Priory Cobh 

 

 The idea of having a 3 year cycle of readings from Scripture Is rooted in ancient Jewish practice. The readings usually begin with the Old Testament, then the Psalms are read/sung and the proclamation of the Gospel is the climax. They all reflect how Jesus is at the centre of salvation history. The weekday readings follow a 2 year cycle covering a broader range of Scripture. The Mass is the greatest Bible study on earth.

Fermoy Senior Citizens Association: Will hold their annual Christmas Party in the Fermoy Rowing Club on Sunday the 12th January 2020 at 1.00pm.   A full four course Christmas dinner will be served followed by an afternoon of lively dancing to the music of Mr Declan Aungier. For tickets please contact Frances on 086 8762355 and tickets at €15 will include entry to the raffle. Tickets will be on a first come/first sold basis and as they say “when they’re gone they’re gone.

Social dancing: Will resume in Kilworth Community Hall on Thursday 9th January at 8pm to 10.30 pm. Jive, waltz, quick step Sindy Swing. No partners required. Adm €7 includes tea. Great fun & exercise. All welcome                                                                                                                                                  

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