St Agnes’ Parish Bulletin 7th October 2018

Parish News…

Last week’s Weekly Offertory Promise collection amounted to £2637.00

Thank you for your continued and generous support.

CHILDREN’S CHOIR Are seeking recruits for the Sunday morning 10.30am Mass. If anyone is interested please contact Kate in the Parish Office on 02890 615702

Tweet from the Pope @Pontifex: Sunday is the day to say to God thank you Lord for life, for your mercy, and for all your gifts!

Pope Francis invites “all the faithful of all the world, to pray the Holy Rosary every day” during the Marian month of October.

ST AGNES’ SENIORS’ CHRISTMAS DINNER: Will be held on MONDAY 3rd December in the Ballymac Hotel from 1pm-5.30pm. ( Bus will be leaving at 12.15pm sharp to arrive in time for 1pm ) 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 in the Parish Office 02890 615702.

You can watch “The Rosary of Our Lady” on EWTN Catholic TV on Sunday 7th October (4pm); Thurs 11th October (9am); Fri 12th October (3pm) and Saturday 13th October (9pm).
EWTN Catholic TV is available on:  Sky 588,  Virgin Media 815, or Watch Online at www.ewtn.ie

Remember in Prayer…

Recently Deceased: John Patrick Shields, Rosena Ferris.

Those whose anniversaries occur at this time: Mark Shevlin, Brian Mc Larnon, Roseanne Bailey, Thomas Teeney, John Devlin, Jean Mc Grillen, Anne Grehan, Josephine Anderson, Patrick Joseph Mc Cambridge, Susan Flynn.

May they rest in peace

What’s on Locally…

Today Sunday October 7th Ireland together with the UK, the USA, Poland and other countries will form a Holy League of Nations. We will gather on our coasts and borders to pray the Rosary. There will be a Holy Rosary recited at the Waters edge, Titantic Quarter, Belfast@2:30pm. Contact Precious Life on 02890278484 or info@preciouslife.com for more information

MISSION MONTH October is Mission Month! The most important day of this month is World Mission Sunday, which takes place on the 21st. This is the one Sunday in the year that Pope Francis asks you to pray a little stronger and dig a little deeper so that faith, hope and love can flourish. Contributions given on World Mission Sunday will support the fearless and selfless work of our missionaries, who live shoulder-to-shoulder with people in communities that are struggling and often war-torn. Mission Month and Mission Sunday is a time for you to fully appreciate the dedication of these missionaries . World Missions Ireland and their fellow charities ensure that the contribution you give on Mission Sunday will be justly distributed to where the need is greatest within our universal Church. For more information, go to www.wmi.ie.

SIGN LANGUAGE COURSES Saint Joseph’s Centre, Grosvenor Road. Contact Yanahir at 07963697134.

LEGION OF MARY ROSARY PROCESSION TodaySunday 7th October 2018 the Annual Legion Of Mary Rosary Procession will take place. The procession leaves St. Johns Church, Falls Road, at 3pm and will process to St Michael the Archangel Church where there will be a short service of Benediction. Refreshments will be available afterwards. Rosary beads and leaflets provided. All are welcome. Please gather at St Johns church at 2.45pm.

PERMANENT DIACONATE Candidates who will be Ordained to the Permanent Diaconate On Sunday 14th October in St. Peter’s Cathedral, Belfast. Patrick McNeill St Anne’s, Joseph Baxter Holy Family, Terence Butcher Portstewart, Brendan Dowd Holy Family, Brett Lockhart St Brigid’s, James McAllister Bangor, Gregory McGuigan St Brigid’s, Kevin Webb Derriaghy, Martin Whyte St Malachy’s Please keep the Candidate and their families in your prayers

Dementia Care Support Workers Permanent Part-Time 20/25 hours per week Work Time: Flexible, Salary: £10 per hour Job description: Apply online at: vil.lapacis@hotmail.co.uk To apply please send an undated CV to the employer via e-mail or by post to Villa Pacis,78a Glen Road, Belfast BT11 8BH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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