During the past week I was looking after the opening of the church. It was lovely to sit in the church in the early morning to pray and to enjoy the silence at the beginning of the new day. During that time I was giving thanks to the Lord for the great work which has…
MASSES FOR CHRISTMAS
Sunday 24th Christmas Eve : 6.00pm Children’s Mass
8.00pm Vigil Mass
Monday 25th Christmas Day: 9.30am, 10.30am & 11.30am
Christmas Week Daily Masses at 11.am
CHRISTMAS CAROL SERVICE
Featuring the combined Choirs of St. Canice’s Parish and Sospiro Male Voice Choir on Thursday, 21st December at 7.30pm in St. Canice’s Church.
Rehearsals for Parish Carol Service on Tuesday at 7.30pm
The Annual Christmas collection will be taken up at all Masses this weekend. We appreciate the difficulties families have at this time and ask you to again help out with your generosity. Thank you for your kindness.
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, has died in London.
We remember his visit here to St. Canice’s two years ago.
We give thanks for his faithful ministry and his joyful, deep and humble faith. May he delight in the presence of the Lord.
Father Lawrence leaves us on Friday 15th Sept. to return to his Seminary duties in Nigeria.
We wish him bon voyage and thank him for his ministry here during the Summer.
Wanted – Child Minder, 4 Days per Week, in children’s own home, Greenshill.
Contact 087 9622150
There will not be weekly Newsletters until September.
Deaths and Anniversary notices will appear on the Parish Missallettes.
Many congrats to the Dicksboro U14 boys on winning the Div. 5 Feile Peil na nÓg Feile competition last weekend with a thrilling 1-12 to 2-04final win over Buttevant, Co. Cork in Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan.
This makes it a brilliant double for the Palmerstown lads as they won the Div 1 hurling Feile the previous…
A Book of Condolence is open in the Porch of St John’s Church for anyone who may wish to sign, say a prayer and light a candle for the victims and all touched by the barbaric attack in Manchester last Monday Night.