St Agnes Parish Bulletin 24th October 2021






Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday  10.00am



6.30pm Vigil


  6.30pm Monday 1st November

10.00 am Mass Tuesday 2nd November









COLLECTION The Weekly  collection for 17th October  amounted to  £1490.00  Thank you for your contribution. You can also make your envelope contribution via the donate button on the Parish website home page.

FUNERALS & WEDDINGS can increase to the current capacity of the Church (120-150 persons)

BAPTISMS Continue to be limited to 10 people every second and  fourth Sunday of the month

PARISH WEBCAM Live streaming of all Masses takes place in a St. Agnes’ Church.  Please  click on the webcam tile on the Home Page of the Parish website

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




ANNUAL MASS FOR THE BEREAVED There are two masses this year again; MON 8th & MON 15th NOVEMBER 2021 @ 7 pm.

 Letters have now been sent out  to all those who lost a loved one since November 2020 and who have already had the month’s mind Mass for their family member.




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.




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”.





PARISH HALL  We are delighted to announce that our Parish Hall ( 10a St Agnes Drive ) will re-open from Monday 1st November 2021, and we welcome back all our Parish Groups and classes.







PRAYER INTENTIONS: We extend our sympathies to the families of those who died recently and those whose month’s mind and anniversary occur at this time.


Sat 23rd Oct: 1pm: Rose Mc Garrigle

6.30pm Vigil: Gerry Murphy, Joe Kemp, Geraldine Mc Cann, David Phelan

Sun 24th Oct: 9.30am: Deirdre O’ Neill ( MONTHS MIND)

12.30pm: Philip Glennon

John & Phylis Mc Goldrick & Daughter Phylis Mc Goldrick

Mon 25th Oct: 10am: James Farrelly, Kathleen Mc Kee

Tue 26th Oct: 10am: No Mass

Wed 27th Oct: 10am: Priest’s intention

Thurs 28th Oct:10am: Priest’s intention

Fri 29th Oct: 10am: Priest’s intention

Sat 30th Oct : WEDDING 1PM

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

Those whose anniversaries occur at this time: Brendan Rocks (1st Ann), Rita Nellis, Isobel Boyle, Marie Stilton, Rose Macklin, Nora Toal, Sally Montgomery, Mark Shevlin, ( Damian Wilson & 3 Friends, Brian, Philip & Michael ) Jim Press, Kathleen Drain, Keeley Anne Young, Thomas Woods, Mona Mc Guigan, Rose Mc Garrigle

Eternal rest grant unto them , O Lord!






Holy Child Nursery School Part-time Cleaner Required . Contact School on 028 90627732




Mass of Remembrance at Knock Shrine 14th November

Many thousands of families throughout Ireland have experienced the death of a loved one during the Covid-19 pandemic. All of us can acknowledge the additional distress caused by the restrictions which, over the past nineteen months, limited the number of people who could mourn together and offer the customary supports at this most sensitive time for families. It is of great importance for us to gather as a community of faith to pray for the repose of the souls of our deceased. On Sunday, 14 November at 3.00pm, the Bishops of Ireland will undertake a pilgrimage to Knock Shrine to concelebrate Mass for all those who have died on the island, and for their families, during the pandemic. At the Mass bishops will offer prayers of thanksgiving for all those who so selflessly sacrificed so much during the pandemic.

Light a candle at 3:00pm

You are encouraged to take time to light a candle in your home at 3:00pm and to view the Mass of Remembrance at Knock Shrine. This Mass will be live-streamed on and broadcast on the RTÉ News Now digital television channel and online. FOLLOW THIS MASS FROM KNOCK SHRINE AT 3:00PM ON: KNOCKSHRINE.IE RTÉ NEWS NOW






Tobar Mhuire Retreat Centre: Loss and Blessings: November is a special time when we remember loved ones who have died. Covid-19 has seen the loss of so many loved ones, and often without the ability to say farewell in a meaningful way. 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. Limited numbers are still in place, so early booking is advisedSaturday 13th November 2021. 10.30am – 4.00pm Cost: £25 (to include tea/coffee and light lunch) For booking contact us at or by telephone, 02844830242.




Anam Cara Northern Ireland, the organisation that supports bereaved parents, is holding a Parent Evening for bereaved parents living with no surviving children on Tuesday 2nd November at 7pm. This is a free online event. If you would like to join us please get in touch on or 028 95213120




Dromantine Retreat and Conference Centre Team 18 – 21 October 2021 Hello You: Finding the joy, purpose and happiness you deserve. 19 – 21 November 2021 – Broken Open: How difficult times can help us grow. Email:




Marriage Enrichment Course 5th – 7th November 2021 Restore Communication, Renew Commitment and Rekindle Romance. This is an online experience (using Zoom) starting on Friday evening at 8pm and ending on Sunday afternoon at 2:30pm. Details: https://www.marriageencounte


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