Ballyclog Donaghenry

Parish of Coalisland

Lent 2021

1200px-coptic_cross-svgThe Season of Lent is our annual time of preparation for the celebration of Easter.  Traditionally Lent is a time of prayer, fasting and almsgiving, a time of repentance when we try to turn our lives around again and remember to be better people and remember why we want to be better people and in the example of Christ see how to be better people.  Sadly this will be a very different Lent for us all as the great lockdown trundles on, but we all know that its the things we embrace at Lent that really count and this Lent can still be a time of positive difference and change to the world through our lives.  Masses will be live streamed throughout Lent and recorded for people to join in with at any time during the day.  Churches will be open daily for private prayer.  The Stations of the Cross will be prayed twice weekly to remind us of the example of Christ to us in His suffering.  Trócaire boxes are available in Church porches for those who wish to take one home.  Please do try to enter into the spirit of Lent this year and see it not as a time of things you can’t do but rather a time when you can do so much that can genuinely help you and others.  Lived like that its only a blink in the story of our lives but its a good and beneficial time for us all.

Schedule for Lent

Weekday Masses: Monday 7.30pm; Tuesday – Friday 10.00am
Weekend Masses: Saturday 6.00pm; Sunday 9.30am & 12.00pm
Rosary: Wednesday 6.00pm Holy Family Church; Grotto Sunday – Friday 8.00pm
Stations of the Cross: Sunday 6.00pm; Monday 7.00pm
Divine Mercy Chaplet: Wednesday 7.00pm
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 With every blessing, Fr Eugene O’Neill, PP

 

Mass Times

Holy Family Coalisland

Coalisland

CHURCH CLOSED FOR PUBLIC WORSHIP BUT WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER

MASSES WILL  BE AVAILABLE VIA WEBCAM AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES AND WILL FULFIL THE SUNDAY OBLIGATION

Saturday: 6.00 p.m. (Vigil for Sunday)

Sunday:- 9.30 a.m., 12 p.m.

Holydays: 7.30 p.m. (Vigil); 10.00am

Monday – Novena Mass: 7.30pm

Tuesday – Friday:  10 am.

Rosary – Wednesday: 6.00pm

Stations of the Cross – Sunday: 6.00pm; Monday: 7.00pm

St Mary & St Joseph’s Brackaville

Brackaville

CHURCH OPEN DAILY FOR PRIVATE PRAYER

 

St Mary’s Church Stewartstown

Stewartstown

CHURCH CLOSED FOR PUBLIC WORSHIP BUT WILL REMAIN OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER

MASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE VIA WEBCAM  FROM HOLY FAMILY CHURCH AND WILL FULFIL THE SUNDAY AND HOLYDAY OBLIGATIONS.

 

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“A lawyer, to disconcert Jesus, put a question , ‘Master, which is the greatest commandment of the Law?’  Jesus said, ‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind.  This is the greatest and the first commandment.  The second resembles it: You must love your neighbour as yourself.  On these two hang the whole Law and the Prophets also’.

Matthew 22:35-40

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