Ballyclog Donaghenry

Parish of Coalisland

Feast of St Oliver Plunkett - 1st July

stoliverplunkett-002On Friday 1st July we celebrate the Feast of St Oliver Plunkett, one of our national Saints and Patron Saint of our Diocese.  St Oliver was Archbishop of Armagh from 1669 until his execution at Tyburn in 1681, dying a martyr’s death.  Throughout his years the Catholic faith suffered relentless persecution and yet St Oliver gave all his energy to caring for his people throughout the land, despite the cost, and gave his very life for that faith he held so dear.  On this day we turn to him in our prayer, asking that he may give us all a share in his courage to face the difficulties of life and also a share in his faith that God is always with us in life and will never leave us to be alone.  The Relic of St Oliver will be in the Church for 10am Mass on Friday morning and will be available for Veneration afterwards. 

With best wishes  – Fr O’Neill

 

Mass Times

Holy Family Church Coalisland

Coalisland

MASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE VIA WEBCAM AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES

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

Sunday: 9.30 a.m.

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

Weekday Mass: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday:  10.00am

Divine Mercy Chaplet: Tuesday 7.00pm

St Mary & St Joseph’s Brackaville

Brackaville

MASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE VIA WEBCAM AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES

Weekday Mass: Monday – 7.30pm; Wednesday 10.00am

Eucharistic Adoration: Wednesday 10.30am – 6.30pm

Rosary: Wednesday 6.00pm

 

St Mary’s Church Stewartstown

Stewartstown

MASS WILL BE AVAILABLE VIA WEBCAM AT THE FOLLOWING TIME

Sunday: 11.00a.m.

 

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Month's Mind and First Anniversary Masses

Month’s Mind Masses and First Anniversary Masses are currently being held in St Mary & St Joseph’s Church, Brackaville on Monday evenings at 7.30pm or Friday evenings at 7.30pm (by arrangement and subject to availability) or on Wednesday mornings at 10.00am. They are also celebrated in the Church of the Holy Family  on Tuesday, Thursday or Friday mornings at 10.00am or at any of the weekend Masses. Month’s Mind Masses are offered in St Mary’s Church, Stewartstown on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm (by arrangement) and First Anniversary Masses on Sundays at 11am.

 

The following Masses have been requested during the coming months.

 

27th June – 7.00pm – Nellie Dougan- MM

30th June – 10.00am – Dessie Hughes – MM

8th July – 7.30pm – Edel Corr – 1st Av

15th July – 7.30pm – Bernadette Taggart – 1st Av

24th July – 12.00pm – Sadie Gates – 1st Av

1st August – 7.30pm – Paddie McKeown – 1st Av

4th November – 7.30pm – Phelim McCann – 1st Av

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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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