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Mallow Parish Newslette
Sunday, 22nd October 2017
29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Priests of our Parish
Fr. Anthony O’Brien, P.P. 087 6834193.
Fr. Michael Lomasney, C.C. 087 9965866 
 Fr. Paul Bennett, C.C. 022 55465.
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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Weekend Masses
 St. Mary’s: Vigil Mass, Saturday 6.30 p.m.
Sunday: 8.30, 10.30 a.m.,12 noon.
Church of the Resurrection: Vigil Mass, Saturday 7.30 p.m.
Sunday: 10.00 a.m.,12 noon.
Weekday Masses
 St. Mary’s — 8 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
St. Mary’s —10.00 a.m. Monday—Saturday.
Church of the Resurrection — 9.15 a.m. Monday—Friday.
Mercy Convent — 8 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
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Envelopes for list of your dead are available at Church doors. 
 Please enter names of your loved ones on the enclosed 
 and place envelopes in Offertory basket, give to one of the priests or hand into Parish Office. 
 Do not leave at Church door
 For cheques — make payable to Mallow Catholic Church and place in November envelope.
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This Sunday is Mission Sunday, the Holy Father invites all Catholics 
to contribute to the support of the Missions. 
In offering our prayers, we join with missionaries everywhere in 
communion and compassion to support them in spreading the Good News,
 and by giving a donation we respond to Christ’s call 
to feed the hungry and clothe the naked.

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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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Office Volunteers required. Do you have two mornings/afternoons per week to assist Cork Simon Community administration staff in their vital work? Excellent Word, Excel, Data entry and Phone skills are required. Contact Caroline at fundraising@corksimon.ie
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Getting Married—for an approved Pre-Marriage Course see www.accord.ie
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