St. Columbanus Church Ballivor   St. Dympna's Church Kildalkey
Weekend Saturday Vigil 07.30pm    Weekend Saturday Vigil 06.00pm
  Sunday 11.30am     Sunday 10.00am
Daily Tuesday & Friday 09.30am   Daily Monday & Thursday 09.30am
Adoration Tuesday 10.00am - 2.00pm     First Friday 06.30pm
        Adoration Thursday 10.00am - 2.00pm
 
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St. Columbanus' Church, Ballivor, 7th July 2013

 

                       


Fr. Oliver Devine P.P. (Telephone 0469546488)          

Secretary: available Tue., Thurs., Fri 9am-3pm

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Website:www.ballivorkildalkey.ie


        


Weekend Mass Times

Ballivor: Saturday Vigil 7.30 p.m. Sunday 11.30 a.m.

Kildalkey: Saturday Vigil 6.00 p.m. Sunday 10.00 a.m.

                                                                                


Daily Mass Times

Ballivor:   Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9.30 a.m.

Kildalkey: Monday 9.30 a.m.; Wednesday 6.30 p.m.


 

Readers

6th July:           D. Dickenson

7th July:           S. McNally

13th July:         V. Martin

14th July:         B. O’Neill

 

Eucharistic Ministers

6th July:           A. Corrigan, K. Prendergast

7th July:           D. Loughlin, T. McElhinney

13th July:         P. DeLacy, P. Cunningham

14th July:         C. McLaughlin, K. Feeney


 

Weekend Collections

Dev. Fund:                   € 231.00       

Offertory:                    € 385.00

Trocaire:                      €2,809.17

Many thanks to all who contributed

 

Altar Society for July 2013   

C. O’Neill, S. Clarke, A. Adyemo

 

Offertory Collectors for July 2013

Vigil Mass: J. Ging, J. Kelly

11.30 Mass: P. Dowling, P. Loughlin

                                          


Eucharistic Service & Rosary every Monday & Wednesday morning at 9.30am  
Eucharistic Adoration every Tuesday from 10am-12noon
Baptisms in Ballivor Church on the First & Third Sunday of the month at 12.15pm

 

Mass Intention

Sat 6th July:   People of the Parish

Sun 7th July:   Anniv: Marcella & John Carroll & deceased family members

                        Anniv: Margaret Mullally, her husband John & their son Tom

Sat 13th July:           

Sun 14th July:  Anniv: Billy, Paddy, Kathleen and Padraig Dixon
                                                                                          


The World Youth Day International Meeting of young Catholics and the Pope is taking place at the end of July in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It will be the first encounter for Pope Francis with the youth of the Church and is even more significant now that it is a South American Pope gathering for WYD in a South American city! However due to the distance and the costs of travelling not many are able to attend from Ireland. We invite the young people (+18years) of the Meath Diocese to gather in Mullingar, to join in the celebrating of this major Church event, for a live screening of the World Youth Day Prayer Vigil on the evening of Saturday 27th July 2013. We especially want also to invite people living in the diocese from Brazil to come and join with us! More details to follow as we count down the weeks!

Go and make disciples of all nations! Mt.28:19

 

World Youth Day (Contd)

Every parish is invited to send a representative or group of young people to Mullingar for the Prayer Vigil in unity with Pope Francis and the youth of the Church gathered in Rio. Join with young people from across the diocese for this celebration of our Faith. Bring a banner/poster etc to show your parish. We especially invite people from Brazil now living in our diocese to come and celebrate with us.

Saturday, 27th July - 7pm Gathering at Bethany Centre (beside the Cathedral, Mullingar). The evening will begin with Mass, followed by refreshments and the live broadcast of the Vigil from Rio. Please register by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Bishop Smith celebrated the annual Mass in honour of Oliver Plunkett in the grounds of the saint’s birthplace on Sunday 30 June 2013. In his homily, Bishop Smith reflected on the quality of service which St Oliver Plunkett gave to his Church and country.

“St Oliver was a person and a priest of the utmost integrity. He sought to live out the vocation he has accepted with fidelity even unto death. He could have saved his life by compromising and accepting offers made to him. However these would have compromised the integrity of his commitment to his vocation and violated his conscience.

“The example of St Oliver is striking in these times when compromise, following current fashion and media hype are much in vogue. This is especially so on the issue at present before the Dáil, touching the most fundamental of all rights, the right to life. A refusal to engage with the serious issues involved, media distortion and misrepresentation, the imposition of a party whip that ignores conscience all demean the discussion. Is party unity more important than a decision to enshrine the taking of the life of the innocent unborn child in our laws? This decision will, over the decades, have profound consequences for life and society.

“When St Oliver had difficult decisions to make, he was not swayed by personal convenience or social pressures, an example that is much absent in these times when opinion polls take precedence over those fundamental moral principles that give cohesion and substance to life and to society.”

WORD OF LIFE excerpt: “The whole law is summed up in a single commandment, ’You shall love your neighbour as yourself’ (Gal. 5:14)                                        


Prayer Group meets every Monday at 7.30pm in Poynton House

 

Amen Support Services Ltd. Support for male victims of domestic abuse. Free Family Law Information Sessions with Solicitor available, For further information, please contact9023718 early. Contact 087 6383256/ 046 9029197

 

Knock Marriage Introductions: been operating since 1968 as a means of helping people find suitable marriage partners. Last year it had eleven marriages bringing to a total of 911 since its foundation. We have applications from every county in Ireland and some from abroad. For further information phone 094 9375960 Tuesday and Thursday 9-5pm or visit our website knockmarriageintroductions.com

 

Teenfest & Family Fun Day Outdoors at the Community Centre on 7th July in aid of Ballivor Community Park. Featuring live music from up & coming bands; skate board demo; novelty stalls; food stalls; Giggles play bus; bouncing castles & bungee run. Indoor market and huge balloon raffle with lots of fantastic prizes.

 

                       


Fr. Oliver Devine P.P. (Telephone 0469546488)          

Secretary: available Tue., Thurs., Fri 9am-3pm

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Website:www.ballivorkildalkey.ie 

 


        


Weekend Mass Times

Ballivor: Saturday Vigil 7.30 p.m. Sunday 11.30 a.m.

Kildalkey: Saturday Vigil 6.00 p.m.  Sunday 10.00 a.m.

                                                                                


Daily Mass Times

Ballivor:   Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9.30 a.m.

Kildalkey: Monday 9.30 a.m.; Wednesday 6.30 p.m.


 

Readers

6th July:           D. Dickenson

7th July:           S. McNally

13th July:         V. Martin

14th July:         B. O’Neill

 

Eucharistic Ministers

6th July:           A. Corrigan, K. Prendergast

7th July:           D. Loughlin, T. McElhinney

13th July:           P. DeLacy, P. Cunningham

14th July: C. McLaughlin, K. Feeney


 

Weekend Collections

Dev. Fund:                    231.00        

Offertory:                     385.00

Trocaire:                      €2,809.17

Many thanks to all who contributed

 

Altar Society for July 2013   

C. O’Neill, S. Clarke, A. Adyemo

 

Offertory Collectors for July 2013

Vigil Mass:  J. Ging, J. Kelly

11.30 Mass:  P. Dowling, P. Loughlin

                                          


Eucharistic Service & Rosary every Monday & Wednesday morning at 9.30am  
Eucharistic Adoration every Tuesday from 10am-12noon
Baptisms in Ballivor Church on the First & Third Sunday of the month at 12.15pm 

 

Mass Intention

Sat 6th July:   People of the Parish

Sun 7th July:   Anniv: Marcella & John Carroll & deceased family members

                        Anniv: Margaret Mullally, her husband John & their son Tom

Sat 13th July:            

Sun 14th July: Billy, Paddy, Kathleen and Padraig Dixon
                                                                                          

The World Youth Day International Meeting of young Catholics and the Pope is taking place at the end of July in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It will be the first encounter for Pope Francis with the youth of the Church and is even more significant now that it is a South American Pope gathering for WYD in a South American city! However due to the distance and the costs of travelling not many are able to attend from Ireland. We invite the young people (+18years) of the Meath Diocese to gather in Mullingar, to join in the celebrating of this major Church event, for a live screening of the World Youth Day Prayer Vigil on the evening of Saturday 27th July 2013. We especially want also to invite people living in the diocese from Brazil to come and join with us! More details to follow as we count down the weeks!

Go and make disciples of all nations! Mt.28:19

 

World Youth Day (Contd)

Every parish is invited to send a representative or group of young people to Mullingar for the Prayer Vigil in unity with Pope Francis and the youth of the Church gathered in Rio. Join with young people from across the diocese for this celebration of our Faith. Bring a banner/poster etc to show your parish. We especially invite people from Brazil now living in our diocese to come and celebrate with us.

Saturday, 27th July - 7pm Gathering at Bethany Centre (beside the Cathedral, Mullingar). The evening will begin with Mass, followed by refreshments and the live broadcast of the Vigil from Rio. Please register by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Bishop Smith celebrated the annual Mass in honour of Oliver Plunkett in the grounds of the saint’s birthplace on Sunday 30 June 2013. In his homily, Bishop Smith reflected on the quality of service which St Oliver Plunkett gave to his Church and country.

“St Oliver was a person and a priest of the utmost integrity. He sought to live out the vocation he has accepted with fidelity even unto death. He could have saved his life by compromising and accepting offers made to him. However these would have compromised the integrity of his commitment to his vocation and violated his conscience.

“The example of St Oliver is striking in these times when compromise, following current fashion and media hype are much in vogue. This is especially so on the issue at present before the Dáil, touching the most fundamental of all rights, the right to life. A refusal to engage with the serious issues involved, media distortion and misrepresentation, the imposition of a party whip that ignores conscience all demean the discussion. Is party unity more important than a decision to enshrine the taking of the life of the innocent unborn child in our laws? This decision will, over the decades, have profound consequences for life and society.

“When St Oliver had difficult decisions to make, he was not swayed by personal convenience or social pressures, an example that is much absent in these times when opinion polls take precedence over those fundamental moral principles that give cohesion and substance to life and to society.”

WORD OF LIFE excerpt: “The whole law is summed up in a single commandment, ’You shall love your neighbour as yourself’ (Gal. 5:14)                                         

 


Prayer Group meets every Monday at 7.30pm in Poynton House

 

Amen Support Services Ltd. Support for male victims of domestic abuse. Free Family Law Information Sessions with Solicitor available, For further information, please contact9023718 early. Contact 087 6383256/ 046 9029197

 

Knock Marriage Introductions: been operating since 1968 as a means of helping people find suitable marriage partners. Last year it had eleven marriages bringing to a total of 911 since its foundation. We have applications from every county in Ireland and some from abroad. For further information phone 094 9375960 Tuesday and Thursday 9-5pm or visit our website knockmarriageintroductions.com

 

Teenfest & Family Fun Day Outdoors at the Community Centre on 7th July in aid of Ballivor Community Park. Featuring live music from up & coming bands; skate board demo; novelty stalls; food stalls; Giggles play bus; bouncing castles & bungee run. Indoor market and huge balloon raffle with lots of fantastic prizes.

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