BREAD OF LIFE Jesus manifested Himself as the Food that lasts forever. He revealed that He is the Bread of Life, Bread that never gets finished. Out of only two fish and five loaves of bread, Jesus feeds a mammoth crowd, who among them were a whopping five thousand men. This was a miracle. What human beings can’t comprehend we call it a miracle. Jesus looked up to heaven and blessed the loaves and fish the same way He did during the Last Supper when He said, “Take this all of you and eat it, for This is My Body.” Today we are celebrating the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, The Corpus Christi. We celebrate the Transubstantiation of the Bread and Wine offered at the alter into The Most Holy Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ. We always do this during the Liturgy of the Eucharist. The Body of Christ is Placed in the Monstrance and is exposed to the general public through a procession in the streets. Jesus instructed us to remember Him during the Holy Eucharist by eating His Body and drinking His Blood. Through this, we will dwell in Jesus and He will dwell in us and we will be raised on the Last day.

Prayer: Lord Jesus Christ, I love You, trust You and believe in You. Forgive me of my sins so that when I receive Your Body and Blood, I may live in You and You in Me forever. Amen

Weekly Offertory Promise amounted to £1610.00

Thank you for your generous financial support. You can make your envelope contribution via the donate button on the Parish website home page as well.

Holy Child P7 Leavers’ Mass Thursday 23rd June at 1.30pm

The fiftieth anniversary of the death of Fr Noel Fitzpatrick occurs on 9th of July 2022.

To mark this anniversary, Bishop Treanor will celebrate Mass at 11am on Sunday 3rd July at St Peter’s Cathedral.

On Friday 8th July, the family of Fr Noel wish to invite you to Mass in St MacNissi’s Church, Magherahoney (Parish of Loughguile) where Fr Noel is buried.

Mass at 7.30pm will be followed by refreshments in the Parish Hall where photographs and items related to Fr Noel will be on display.

All are invited to participate in these two events.

RECORDINGS Please note, all funerals and Masses are recorded. Please tell us if you do not want your loved one’s funeral recorded.

Fathers Day Fr Mc Glynn would like to wish all our  Fathers in the Parish  a very HAPPY FATHERS’ DAY!!


SAT: Vigil 6.30pm: Priest’s intention

SUN: 9.30am: Eileen Friel, Frank Mc Dermott

12.30pm: Ursula Burns, Billy Maguire.

MON:10.00am: Bridig O’Sullivan, Timothy O’Sullivan


WED:10.00am: Priest’s intention

THU: 10.00am: Priest’s intention

FRI: 10.00am: Snr Paddy Leonard

SAT:1pm:William Mulholland

NB: In the event of a funeral, the assigned intention will be offered privately by the priest at his first available mass.

Recently Deceased: Harry Dyer

Those whose anniversaries occur at this time: Vera Cassidy, Danny Mc Kenna, Bernie Glennon, Geraldine Kane, Cinnamond family, Eddie Haughey, Daniel Cregan, Anne Marie Mc Grath, Peter Mc Callum. May they rest in peac.

ST MICHAEL the Archangel,  32hrs of Adoration will take place on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th June 2022. Starting with 10am Mass on Friday and finishing with 5pm Mass on Saturday We will be collecting names and your hourly slot after Masses over the next few weekends. Please contact Kate on 07756 1215097.

St Oliver Plunkett Church Rosary Holy Hour in the Church each Monday 7.30pm. Outdoor rosary at 6pm each Wednesday at Our Lady’s Grotto. The Legion of Mary invites you to pray the Rosary at the Statue of Our Lady Mother of Mercy in our Church on a Thursday evening at 6.30pm. Everyone welcome

All-Ireland Rally for Life takes place in Dublin on Saturday 2nd July. Make a stand to protect Ireland’s unborn babies. Coaches travelling from towns across Northern Ireland. Book your seat today. Contact 02890278484/ 07592280522 or email

Living Church Lough Derg Pilgrimage  Friday 24th June – Sunday 26th June. Coach leaves Glengall Street, Belfast at 9am on Friday 24th June and returns around 2pm on Sunday 26th June. The fee is £70, inclusive of the coach and is payable on the day. The Pilgrimage will be led by Fr Brain Daly and Jim Deeds. For your booking form and more information, please email:

Eucharistic Procession in Belfast, June 19th Calling All Women!  Inspired by the Women of Jerusalem who stood at the foot of the Cross, all women are invited to join a Procession of The Most Blessed Sacrament.

Prayer Intention: Praying for the Faith to return to Ireland.

Where? St Mary’s, Chapel lane, Belfast BT1 1HH – Procession to St Peter’s Cathedral, Falls Road. (Refreshments afterwards.) 

When? Corpus Christi Sunday, 19th June, 2:30PM @ St Mary’s. First Holy Communion boys and girls (in their white dresses & suits) are also invited. Men also welcome alongside the Procession. Children must be accompanied by their parent/ legal guardian. Tel. Ursula or Paul: 07766663310 / 07850 866843 

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