20th/21st October 2018: Twenty Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time: Mission Sunday
Eucharistic Ministers for Next Week
Vigil Mass 7.00 p.m.: Norma McKeon, Mary O Brien, Grace Fitzgerald
Sunday 11.00 a.m.: John Culhane, Marie McKenna
Readers for this week: Saturday Vigil: Paul Curley
Sunday 11.00 a.m. Nodlaig Adams
Readers for next week: Saturday Vigil: Mary Culhane
Sunday 11am: Jack Connolly, Coldagh Fitzgerald
Altar Servers This Week: Saturday: Ellen Moore, Katie Fitzell, Keela Normile
Sunday: Conor Fitzgerald, Harry Fitzgerald
Altar Servers Next Week: Saturday: Orla MacNamara, Marissa Hogan & Colm MacNamara
Sunday: Ella O Connor, Anna Daly
Glin Red Cross Defibrillator No: 0876230032
Notes in Local Papers: If you would like a note in The Observer or The Limerick Leader please email your notes to email@example.com by 7pm Sunday night to ensure publication for the coming week.
World Mission Sunday! Today Sunday 21st October: Today we come together for a truly incredible celebration of solidarity and unity within our Church – World Mission Sunday! Today, every single parish worldwide – and YOU – share wheat you can so the life-transforming work of missionaries overseas can continue. Today, through your prayers and contributions, you are full appreciating the dedication of our missionaries who live and work in communities that are struggling and often war-torn. World Mission Sunday is coordinated by World Missions Ireland originally known as the Pontifical Mission Societies and the Church’s official charity for overseas mission. It is part of a worldwide network of over 120 charities. Many of the international offices go by the name of ‘Missio’. World Missions Ireland and their fellow charities ensure that today’s contributions are distributed justly to where the need is greatest within our Universal Church. Today, your prayers and generosity are helping spread the peace and love of Christ. If you have already given, we send our heartfelt thanks. If you have yet to give, please dig a little deeper and share what you can. To donate €4 you can text the word ‘Mission’ to 50300 (Texts cost €4. World Missions Ireland will receive a minimum of €3.60). Or call us Monday to Friday on 014972035 to donate over the phone.
Proposed Pastoral Unit: Following on from the written consultations in the summer and follow up meetings with clergy, Bishop Leahy would like to meet the pastoral councils to discuss your proposed Pastoral Unit. The date of this meeting is Thursday 25th October, 2018 at 7.30 pm in the Desmond Complex, Newcastle west. All members of pastoral councils are invited to this meeting.
Lets Fight Cancer organisation: would like to thank everyone who supported it on Sunday 7th October. We also want to thank Thomas and Val O Shaughnessy and John & Maureen Barrett for the use of their premises. We raised a sum of €709.
Coffee Morning: Mai Fitzgerald, Glin and Sarah O Connor, Athea are holding a coffee morning in O’Shaughnessys Bar on this Sunday 21st October after 11am Mass. It is in aid of The Hope Foundation who they are planning to travel with to India next Easter. There will also be a huge raffle, a table of cakes for sale and bric-a-brac table. Hope you came along and enjoy a coffee!
Clover Field Day Care Centre: Open Days: The next Open Day will be held on Thursday 25th October. The ‘Open Day’ consists of transport to and from the centre, which is supported by Local Link Limerick. A four course nutritional meal, bingo, raffle, song and dance. The centre secretary will be contacting those who regularly attend the Open Days. Anyone interested in attending the ‘Open Days’ please contact Una on 068-26033.
Glin Library is closed all this week. Reopening on Tuesday 23rd at 10am
CONGRATULATIONS: to everyone involved in GLIN TIDY TOWNS who brought home €2,500 in prize money at the ‘Limerick Going For Gold 2018’ Awards night on October 9 held at at the Strand Hotel. Glin received €500 for best Green Space (our lovely Town Park) and €2,000 in the Challenge category on having GLIN ‘litter free’ when the judges came to call.
MILFORD HOSPICE & THE MID WESTERN CANCER FOUNDATION FUNDRAISER: Following the success of our Masquerade Ball in 2017 Lets Fight Cancer Mid-West are hosting a Fundraising Christmas Party night in the Longcourt House Hotel on Saturday, December 8 at 7pm. This is a fundraiser for cancer care services for Milford Hospice and The Mid Western Cancer Foundation. Tickets are €40 per person for 2 Courses with Tea / Coffee and complimentary wine. There will be live music on the night by The Lost Boys and a DJ until the early hours. We will be joined on the night by MC Sean Carrig, a special guest and many spot prizes. This is an ideal Christmas Party for companies, clubs, groups of friends and families. All ticket enquiries to: Joan O’Sullivan 086 1625960 Lisa Ruttle 087 9544848 Vicky Murphy 087 2354180 firstname.lastname@example.org
Yoga & Pilates Classes: Yoga for Beginners 6:30 pm Mondays. Pilates for Beginners 8 pm Mondays. All classes in six-week blocks programme starting in October – Bank Holiday Monday the 29th, in Ceol Corbrai Community Hall. Booking necessary. Contact Monika 0868851913 or @PranaYoga4All.
Glin Baby & Toddler Group: every Thursday during term time at Ceol Corbraí Hall. €3 per family and includes tea and coffee and snacks for the children. Open 10am to 12 noon.
Eileen’s Dance Classes: New 4 week dance classes starting on Wednesday, October 10 at Ceol Corbraí Community Hall from 8pm to 10pm. Learn to Jive, Foxtrot, Waltz and Line Dance. No partner required. €10 per session. Call Eileen for further info 087 2966457. Facebook: @Eileensdanceclass. Great exercise while learning a few steps.
Hope Foundation: Dylan O’Shea (Killeaney) is travelling to India next year with the Hope Foundation. He has started raising funds for his charity by selling bars of Butlers Chocolate in the following businesses in Glin: Marie’s Hair Salon, Conways Bar, Seamus Lynch’s Butchers, McNamara’s Shop, Glin Pharmacy and Brides Hair Salon. Bars are €2 each. He would really appreciate it if you could buy a bar and support.
Glin Rovers F.C. 50th Anniversary: To mark our clubs 50th year having been founded in 1968 we are organising a Celebration Social on Friday, 9th November at the Listowel Arms. John Delaney, Chief Executive Officer of the FAI will be our special guest for the night. We are currently organising a commemorative club booklet full of our History, Roll of Honours and photos from the past and present. If you are interested in sponsoring an advert in the booklet please contact a club officer. All sponsorship/support is greatly appreciated for this unique event in our club.
Newsletter: Please note that all notices for the newsletter are to be placed in the locked black box in Paddy Hogan’s shop or email:email@example.com by 12.00 noon on Thursday with name and contact details.