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Mallow Parish Newsletter
Sunday, 18th July 2019

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Priests of our Parish
Fr. Anthony O’Brien, P.P., V.G. 087 6834193.
Fr. Tom Naughton, C.C. 086 2529603
Fr. Andrew Carvill, C.C. 022 51606.
Fr. Sean Corkery, in residence 086 2420240.

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Parish Office — 022 20276

Monday - Thursday
9—10 a.m. 10.30—1.00 p.m.
and 2—5 p.m.
Friday 9—10 a.m. 10.30—1 p.m
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MASS TIMES





Sunday Mass Times

St. Mary's:
Saturday: Vigil Mass 6.30 p.m.
Sunday: 8.30 a.m. and 11.00 a.m.

Church of the Resurrection 
Saturday: Vigil Mass 7.30 p.m.
Sunday: 10.00 a.m. and 12 noon


Mallow General Hospital: 
8.30 a.m. on Sunday & Holy Day
Mercy Convent: 
 9.30 a.m. on Sunday & Holy Day

Weekday Masses

Weekday Masses: 
St. Mary’s—10 a.m. Monday—Saturday

Church of the Resurrection—9.15 a.m. Monday—Friday

Holy Day Masses

Vigil of the Feast: St. Mary's 6.30 p.m.
Holy Day: Church of the Resurrection 10.00 a.m.
St. Mary's Church 11 a.m.
Church of the Resurrection 7.30 p.m.


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The commitment of Jesus to his mission is shown in his desire to undergo the baptism that awaits him. Have there been times when there was something you greatly hoped for, even though you knew there would be a baptism of fire along the way? What was it like for you to undergo such a baptism of fire and then arrive at what you desired?

Jesus recognized that the message he proclaimed would meet with a mixed reception. This did not hold him back from proclaiming the Reign of God. When have you seen this kind of courage in yourself, or in others?

Jesus challenged those listening to him to commit themselves to discipleship, despite opposition from those close to them, even family members. When have you found that being true to yourself and to your beliefs required such courage? What was it like for you when you were able to follow that courageous road?


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Getting Married
for an approved Pre-Marriage Course 
see www.accord.ie  
Details from Jean on 025 31899.

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Safeguarding Message from our Bishop acknowledging the dedication and commitment of so many people throughout the Diocese in various Parish Safeguarding Roles. It is his hope and vision that in our Diocese:
  • Young people will continue to be able to take part in the life of the Church:
  • That all of us continue on the road to ensure that best practice in Safeguarding Standards are upheld:
  • That those who suffered abuse in the Church may find healing and peace.

Copies of the full text are available at the back of the church.

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CDYS—The Big Blue Cube, Goold’s Hill 

Are currently looking for volunteers to help in their Youth Café’s and Homework Club, Mon.—Fri. If interested please contact Sharon on 087 7148268
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Radio Maria Ireland – Your Catholic Radio Station 
is pleased to announce that we are now available via 
TV Saorview (Freeview) Channel 210. 
Join our growing listenership family for daily Holy Mass, Prayer, lively chat, music and testimonies, youth programmes & events
Good News from all corners of the Catholic Church in Ireland.
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Cloyne Diocesan Pilgrimage to Fatima, 9th—16th September 2019.
Contact Pilgrimages Abroad, Lauri Duffy Travel, Dublin 01 6359300

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Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Persons

The Diocese has a Safeguarding Committee made up of lay people and Priests to ensure that the Standards of the Safeguarding Children Policy are met and applied in Parishes in the Diocese. The Procedures are there to ensure that the Policy is followed, they can be found on the website www.safeguardingchildrencloyne.ie. This website contains the Procedures and forms that need to be completed in working with children. The Policy Document for Vulnerable Persons is available on www.cloynediocese.ie.

The Committee seeks new members to the Committee. The members are voluntary, however they do receive travelling expenses and costs for training is borne by the Diocese. New Members required to have a background and or interest in Safeguarding Children or Vulnerable Persons:
  • Seeking person with IT and secretarial skills:
  • Seeking persons who have a background, experience in social services:
  • Seeking person who works or worked with vulnerable adults:
  • Seeking person who worked with children / young people.

If interested contact Diocesan Secretary for application form.- 
Diocesan Secretary—Fr. Jim Moore, email: info@cloynediocese.ie.

Cloyne Diocesan Safeguarding Committee, email: safeguardingchildrenoffice@cloynediocese.ie

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Parish Envelopes.

For new families who wish to contribute—boxes of envelopes will be
available after Mass, at the back of the church, from members of the 
Parish Finance Committee.
Boxes of envelopes are also available from the Sacristan or 
from the Parish Office on 022 20276.

Please ensure that you sign the white card in box and return with first envelope.

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MASS FROM ST. MARY’S CHURCH, MALLOW
NOW LIVE ON THE INTERNET

All Masses from St. Mary’s Church can now be watched live on the internet. You can now follow Mass and all Services from St. Mary’s Church live.
Most households now have an internet connection, 
for some, if not all, members of the household. 
It is hoped users will share their facility for others who may not have the skills.

The service is intended firstly for the sick and housebound. 
It will also facilitate relatives and friends who are unable to attend a funeral Mass or families abroad who cannot attend a wedding.

The existing radio link remains in place also.
 




   


 
 
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