We remember in prayer


Sat 10 Apr 7.30pm: Gus Ryan, Camas; Tim & Breda Cronin, Camas, and deceased members of the Cronin family 

Sun 11 Apr 11.00am: Rose & J.J. McGrath, Freighduff   

Sat 17 Apr 7.30pm: Daniel Croke, Regaile. (Month’s Mind)  

Sun 18 Apr 11.00am: Finola Treacy, Camas  

Mass was offered for John Dwyer, Ballytarsna         


Sat 10 Apr 6.30pm: Denis, Mary & Jim Hannon, Meldrum

Sun 11 Apr 9.30: John & Mary Gleeson, Erry

Pray for: Kitty Ryan, Freighduff, who died last week. 

Today is Divine Mercy Sunday.

The celebration of Easter is prolonged throughout the fifty days of the Easter season. The fifty days from Easter Sunday to Pentecost Sunday are celebrated as one feast day, sometimes called the ‘Great Sunday.’  Next Sunday, 11 April, is Divine Mercy Sunday. 

Easter wishes: We wish all our parishioners a happy, peaceful and joyful Easter. This feast, Christ’s once-for-all victory over sin and death is the source of all our hope. May this hope sustain all our daily efforts to bring hope to our families and the parish community, especially where it is most needed as we continue to live with the Covid-19 pandemic. We are so grateful to the many different people who help out in our parish throughout the year and especially at Easter. 

Easter Holy Water: We invite you to continue the good tradition of taking home Easter Water and sprinkling it on the houses and land. This Easter may God bless all our homes and our daily work. 

Trócaire Boxes and Holy Places Collections: Offerings may be handed in at any time.

Blessed palms may be collected on the seats at the back of the churches on any day during this week. 

Parish Masses:  During the Level Five restrictions it is intended to continue parish Masses in both churches, with ‘drive in’ attendance only. Please note that all Masses in Boherlahan will be live streamed. 

  • Weekend Masses  Boherlahan Sat 7.30pm / Sun 11.00am; Dualla Sat 6.30pm / Sun 9.30am
  • Weekday Masses will be in Boherlahan: Monday to Friday at 10.00am.  

Live Streaming of Masses: Each Mass from Immaculate Conception Church, Boherlahan, will be live streamed during Covid restrictions. Follow these easy steps to connect to it: 1. Start a search in Google by typing ‘churchcamlive.ie/boherlahan’; 2. Press the play button in the centre of the screen. 

Second Collection: Our Second Collection was taken up recently. It would be traditionally our Easter Priests Collection. If you missed out you may hand in your envelope at any time. We thank you sincerely for your support and loyalty even in these difficult times. We pray and hope that the Lord will reward you for your kindness and generosity.

First Holy Communion and Confirmation: dates in May have been arranged and we hope we will get permission to go ahead. If it happens that we are not allowed on those dates, we will do our very best to have the ceremonies before school closes. All of these plans are subject to Government regulations at the time.

School Grounds during Easter Holidays: The school grounds are private property and we ask that no teenagers or young people congregate in the school grounds during the holidays. In Boherlahan they have recently reseeded part of the grass and so it needs time to recover. We trust that everyone will cooperate and respect this request.

The Good Friday Night Quiz went ahead for the second time in online Zoom format.  In excess of 55 teams took part and funds raised are being donated to Cuan Saor, Clonmel, and Irish Motor Neuron.  Families from all around the country pitted their knowledge and recall in this parish tradition of almost thirty five years.  Well done to all the participants, the winning teams, the organizers and to our sponsors.

A Prayer for the Easter Season

Risen Lord, help us to remember that you are with us in every time of perplexity to guide and to direct; that you are with us in every time of sorrow to comfort and console; that you are with us in every time of temptation to strengthen and to inspire; that you are with us in every time of loneliness to cheer and befriend; that you are with us even in death to bring us to the glory of your side. Make us to be certain that there is nothing in time or in eternity which can separate us from you, so that in your presence we may meet life with gallantry and death without fear. You turn our darkness into light, in your light we shall see light. Lord in your mercy, hear our prayer. Christ the Lord is risen today! Alleluia.

Prayer to St Roch (Protector against infectious diseases)

O Blessed St Roch, Patron of the sick, look with mercy on those who suffer illness.

Your power was so great when you were in this world, that by the sign of the Cross, many were healed of their diseases. Now that you are in heaven, your power is no less. Offer to God our intentions and tears and obtain for us the physical and spiritual health we seek. This we ask through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. St Roch: Pray for us, that we may be relieved from all diseases of body and soul.