St Agnes Parish Bulletin 27th October 2019

Parish News…

Last week’s Weekly Offertory Promise collection amounted to £2422.00

World Missions £3956.00

Thank you for your generous financial support to all our collections.

NOVEMBER DEAD LISTS Are now available at front and side entrances of Church. Please post completed lists into post box located right hand side of Our Lady of Fatima Shrine. Thank you.

ST AGNES’ ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER: Will be held on Sunday15th December in the Ballymac Hotel from 1.15pm-5.30pm. ( Buses will be leave after the 12.30pm Mass sharp to arrive in time for 1.15pm ) All pensioners of the parish who wish to attend please register your name and meal choice (Turkey & Ham or Fish (Cod) Pavlova or Pudding ) with Kate or Vincent in the Parish Office or Sacristy. Thank you 02890 615702.

ANNUAL MASS FOR THE BEREAVED Will be held in St Agnes’ Church on Monday 11th November at 7.00pm, followed by refreshments in the Parish Centre (St Agnes Drive) Whilst the friends and family of those that have died this past year will receive a personal invitation, all parishioners, and especially those bereaved, are welcome to attend .

ALL SAINTS MASSES Thursday 31st October 6.30pm. Friday 1st Nov 10am

Remember in Prayer…

Recently Deceased: Robert Reid. Paula Kavanagh (nee Brennan), James Farrelly.

Those whose anniversaries occur at this time: Gerry Murphy, Marie & Jim Mc Greevy, Susan Cummins, Jean & Harry Mc Grillen, John Kerr, Brian Kerr, Sally Montgomery, Patsy Donnelly, Jim Press, Mary Marley, Terence Maguire, Catherine & Bill Harvey, Rosaleen Mc Mullan, Sr. Margaret Mc Keown, Mary Fagan.

Eternal rest grant unto them , O Lord!

NOVEMBER – Month of the Holy Souls Many people choose to abstain from alcohol for the month of November and offer up their sacrifice for their deceased loved ones. YOU CAN DO LIKEWISE. Take the short term Pledge for November and say the Prayer daily – I promise in honour of the Sacred Heart of Jesus with the help of the Blessed Virgin Mary to abstain from all alcoholic drink during November”.


Holy Child Nursery School

40 Slievegallion Drive

Belfast BT11 8JP

Open Day Monday 28th October 2019 2.00 – 4.00pm

Children are very welcome to attend

Tel: 028 9062 7732

Tobar Mhuire Retreat: Loss and Blessings: November is a time when we remember loved ones who have died. At times of loss we are often too hurt or too busy looking after others to reflect upon the blessings we have received from those who have died. This day of prayer; reflection and symbols, will be a chance to take time aside; to reflect upon the memory of those who have gone before us, and to give thanks for those who have touched our lives. You are welcome to bring a picture or memento of the person you are remembering. Saturday 23rd November 2019. 10.30am – 4.00pm Day led by: Brian McKee Cost: £30 (includes tea/coffee and light lunch)

TROCAIRE ANNUAL MASS for deceased supporters takes place this year on Saturday 2nd November at 6pm in St Malachy’s Church, Belfast, BT2 8EN. The Mass will be concelebrated by The Most Reverend Bishop Noel Treanor and by Fr. Michael Mc Ginnity. We warmly invite you to attend and help celebrate the lives and lasting legacy of these wonderful people.

Autumn gala concert in aid of Trócaire Clonard Monastery Fri 15th November at 7.30pm Frs. Martin and Eugene O’Hagan of ‘The Priests’ & Derry soprano Margaret Keys together with the choir of St. Dominic’s Grammar School. Free admission/ticket required. Suggested donation on the night of £10.00. To reserve tickets visit and Search ‘Trócaire Autumn Gala Concert’ Or email or call 028 90808030.

First Saturday Devotion of Reparation as requested by Our Lady of Fatima will take place in St Joseph’s Church, Killough, Chapel Street, BT30 7QJ on Saturday 2nd November: Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 8.30am; Sacrament of Reconciliation from 8.30 to 9.45am; Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary at 9.00am; Meditation on the Mysteries of the Rosary at 9.30am, Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at 10.00am.

HOMELESS Could you give 2 hours a week to make a difference to the lives of those who are homeless? Please call Sr. Marie-Joseph on 90787413.

















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