Fermoy Parish Newsletter
Second Sunday of Christmas
04 January 2015
Parish Website: www.fermoyparish.ie
Fermoy parish office Tel 025 30856
Opening times 9.30 am to 12 Midday
Priest on Sick Call Duty: Fr P.J O Driscoll
The Offertory Collection this weekend is for The Diocesan Purposes.
Last weekend’s Door Collection €1570
The Blessed Sacrament Chapel The following hours need covering in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel 1. 12 noon to 1pm on Friday 2. 1-2pm Saturday afternoon. If you can cover any of these hours, even for a short time please let one of the priests 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 email@example.com (Please note change of contact) Feast of The Epiphany: Tuesday next 6th January is the Feast of The Epiphany_ A holy day of Obligation. Vigil Mass for Feast day is at 7.30 pm on Monday 5th In St Patrick’s Church. Masses on Tuesday 6th are 8.30 am in the Queen of Peace Church and 10.30 am & 12 noon & 7.30 pm in St Patrick’s Church.
Fermoy Active retirement Association: Will hold the first meeting of 2015 on Wed Jan.7th at 2.30pm.Please note that the Meeting will take place in the Palace Ballroom in the Youth Centre, Ashe Quay in order to facilitate ease of access for all our Members and will continue to be held there .Mr Christy Dorgan, acclaimed Ornithologist and Author will enlighten us on the great diversity of our feathered friends. Enjoy a friendly cuppa afterwards.
A NEW YEARS RESOLUTION
COULD YOU’SHARE’AN HOUR WITH SOMEONE IN THE ADORATION CHAPEL?
THERE ARE MANY SINGLE ADORERS AND IT IS MORE PREFERENTIAL TO HAVE A PARTNER TO CALL UP TO IN THE EVENTUALITY OF ILLNESS, COMMITMENTS, ETC.
OUR ADORATION CHAPEL IS THE ‘POWER-HOUSE ‘OF GRACES FOR OUR PARISH AND COUNTRY.
IF YOU’RE AVAILABLE TO OFFER SUPPORT, PLEASE LET ONE OF OUR PRIESTS KNOW.
The cork Road Association: I William Hughes, Chairman of The Cork road association would like to formerly thank all of those who contributed to our annual Church gate collection in both St Patrick’s & Queen of peace church on the weekend of the 28th December. As a collective we were able to raise €517, none of which would have been possible without the help of the community. It is a great to know we can count on our community for support to back us & stand with us when needed, so thanks again