We remember in prayer:
Sat 18 Sep 7.30pm Josephine O’ Dwyer, Thurlesbeg
Sat 25 Sep 7.30pm Mary Croke, Regaile, & grandparents Paddy & Annie Hewitt, Bawnmore
Sun 26 Sep 11.00am Mairead Sweeney, the Moate, Ardmayle. (Month’s Mind)
Sat 18 Sep 6.30pm Mairin Heslin, Garranmore (Month’s Mind)
Sun 19 Sep 9.30am Billy & Christina Nolan, Garranmore, & sons John & Tony
Sat 25 Sep 7.30pm John & Bridget Bergin, Grallagh, & daughters Bernie & Tricia
Pray for: Breda Dalton (née O’ Dwyer), England, late of Nodstown Lr. Funeral arrangements later.
Mon 20 Sept is the memorial of Ss Andrew Kim Tae-gon, priest, Paul Chŏng Ha-sang, and Companions, martyrs. They died for the faith in Korea in the years 1839-67.
Tue 21 Sept is the feast of St Matthew, apostle and evangelist. Patron of accountants, book-keepers, tax-collectors and security guards.
Thu 23 Sept is the memorial of St Pius of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio), priest. A Capuchin friar, he was a stigmatist, confessor, and friend of all who suffer. He died on 23 Sept 1968. See the prayer below.
Holy Communion Ministers (on duty next weekend)
Boherlahan: Mary Ryan (N); Roger Kennedy
Dualla: Theresa Lawrence; Marian Gleeson
Ministers for the Month of September: (We invite those normally collectors to act as stewards)
Readers: Sat. eve. 7.30 pm F. & E. O’ Dwyer, Thurlesbeg
Sun. 11.00 am E. Fitzgerald, Ardmayle
Stewards: Sat. eve. Betty Carew, Pio Delaney
Sun. Morn. Marian Ryan, John Paul O’ Dwyer
Readers: (Sat. 6:30 pm) Rosie Gahan; (Sun 9:30 am) Donnacha Ó Cinnéide
Altar Society: Kathleen O’ Donnell; Mary O’ Reilly; Nora O’ Connor
Stewards: (Sat. 6:30 pm) Catherine Hayes; Breda Ryan; (Sun 9:30 am) Eleanor Dwyer; Breda Clarke
Confirmation and First Holy Communion Ceremonies:
The ceremony of Confirmation for Little Flower N.S. took place last Friday evening. We congratulate the children on this milestone on their journey of life. We thank the teachers and the parents for their cooperation and help.
The ceremony of First Holy Communion for Scoil San Isadóir, Boherlahan takes place on this Sunday in Immaculate Conception Church, Boherlahan, at 12.30pm.
The other ceremonies have been scheduled as follows.
Boherlahan NS: Confirmation Fri 24 Sept 7.00pm. The ceremony will be held at Immaculate Conception Church, Boherlahan
Ballytarsna NS: First Holy Communion Sun 26 Sept 12.30pm. The ceremony to be held at Immaculate Conception Church, Boherlahan
Dualla NS: Rang 5 Confirmation Fri 1 Oct 6.30pm; First Holy Communion Sun 3 Oct 11.00am; Rang 6 Confirmation Fri 8 Oct 6.30pm. These ceremonies will be held at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Dualla.
Sixth Collection: This collection will be taken up at the Masses this weekend. This collection would traditionally be the Priests Autumn (October) Collection. We are very grateful to so many of you who are so loyal and generous in supporting the different collections.
Season of Creation: (Sep1 to Oct 4) Resources are available at www.catholicbishops.ie so that together we can respond through prayer, reflection and action. There will be a UN meeting of world leaders in Glasgow in November on Climate Change. At that meeting Pope Francis will present a petition to the world leaders. If you would like to sign that petition contact http://healthyplanetandpeople.org/.
Pastoral Plan for the Archdiocese of Cashel and Emly: The launch of the Pastoral Plan for the Archdiocese, Seeds of Hope, took place last Sunday at Holycross Abbey. This is a significant step for the Archdiocese as the plan will help us to chart a way forward in the organisation and growth of faith in the Diocese in the coming years. Please see the “Seeds of Hope video:
We’ve launched the ‘Seeds of Hope’ pastoral plan, which seeks co-responsibility between laity and clergy in building a Church of the future in the Archdiocese of Cashel & Emly. We’re working towards a new and inclusive church with this plan.— Archdiocese of Cashel & Emly (@CashelandEmly) September 14, 2021
Learn more: https://t.co/g1iz2V6Xak pic.twitter.com/LXRUSnFClf
Boherlahan/Dualla Historical Journal: This year’s issue is the 24th volume to be published. It is a treasure worth having in your home for members of your family to read and enjoy. It is worth reflecting on the contribution of previous generations to the development of our parish and our community. It is also an ideal present for family and friends who are away from home. The following are the titles of some of the articles: The Great War: A long way from Tipperary, Part Seven; Brigie Freagh’s homestead: A vanished haven; Past links to the present time: Interpreting the stained-glass windows in the Church of Our Lady of Fatima, Dualla; IRA Convention at Meldrum Hall, November 1919; The Mannin records: an analysis; 1918, a remarkable year both locally and nationally, Part Two. In accordance with Covid 19 restrictions, a low-key launch took place on Sunday 12 September. A Dualla man, Michael Sheridan launched volume 24. The Journal will be available from Friday 24 September. The cost remains at €10. It can be purchased at Hall’s Daybreak, Friar St, O’ Dwyer Butchers, Friar St., Elys, The Green and Texaco Filling Station, Dublin Rd., all in Cashel. In Thurles, it will be available at Bookworm, 1 Parnell St. The Journal can be purchased after Masses in Boherlahan and Dualla on 25 and 26 September. It can be purchased also from any committee member. Your continued support is valued and appreciated.
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.
Prayer in honour of Saint Pio: O God, you gave Saint Pio of Pietrelcina, Capuchin priest, the great privilege of participating in a unique way in the passion of your Son, grant me through his intercession the favour which I ardently desire; and above all grant me the grace of living in conformity with the death of Jesus, to arrive at the glory of the resurrection. Amen.