Most Holy Trinity: Mass Intentions
- Saturday 5th January
7:00pm Kay Henderson
- Sunday 6th January
9:00am Tommy & Margaret Kavanagh, Ballinapark.
- Tuesday 8th January
- Thursday 10th January
J.K, & C. O’Riordan
- Sunday 13th January
12 Noon Aidan & Phyllis Mahon, Irish St. Brigid Lennon, Main St.
St. Mary Magdalene, Kilmyshall
- Saturday 5th January 8:00pm Elizabeth & Patrick Hendrick and
deceased members of the Hendrick family. Dan Murphy, Mullawn.
- Sunday 6th January 10:30am Anna Flynn Murphy, Glasslacken
(Anniversary). Johanna Nolan, Kilmyshall (1st Anniversary).
- Every Monday from 9.30 am – 6.00 pm (Winter Time)
- Tuesday to Friday 7:30am—8:30am
- Saturday 8:30am—9:30am
No Adoration on Bank Holidays.
St. Mary Magdalene, Kilmyshall:
- Tuesday 10.00am-5.00 pm.
- Saturday 6:30pm-7:30pm.
Fr. O’ Connor will visit the sick and housebound in Craan,
Carrigduff, Gur-teen & Ryland Road on Thursday 10th January and all
other areas on Friday 11th January.
We offer our deepest sympathy and prayers for the family and friends
Pat Connaughton, Ballinapark.
Lillian Norris, Oliver Plunkett Park.
Kilmyshall Prayer Meeting
Will begin on Wednesday 16th January after Mass at approximately 8pm
in the parochial house, and every Wednesday evening.
Preparation for a Pastoral Council
Fr. Liam Power , Pastoral Director for Waterford Dio-cese and lay
members of the diocesan pastoral team, will lead a workshop on setting
up a Pastoral Council for the parish.
All who have submitted their names or have an interest in the work of
a New Pastoral Council are in-vited to participate.
The Workshop will take place on Wednesday January 16th at 8.00pm in
the Pastoral Centre.
Bunclody Parish Weekly Envelopes 2013
Boxes of envelopes are now being distributed in each area.
We would like to thank you for your co-operation and for your
continued support which is very much appreciated.
If you have not received a box please contact the Parish Office on
P a r i s h C o f f e e M o r n i n g
S a t u r d a y 1 2 t h J a n u a r y 2 0 1 3 after 11:00 a.m. Mass
in the Pastoral Centre. All are Welcome
Local Meetings are held on Tuesday & Saturdays at 8.30pm in
Brennan’s, Market Sq.
..every Monday night in St. Aidan’s Hall.
..of Ireland (Enniscorthy Branch) will hold a Church Gate
Collection on Sat/ Sun 12th & 13th Jan. in Bunclody. Your support would
Mount Leinster Community Employment Ltd.
General Worker Kilmyshall
APPLICATION FORMS available at Parish Office, Ph:053 9376190 Credit
Union and Post Office. Completed Application Forms together with C. V.
and References to be forwarded to: Maírin Kehoe, St. Aidan’s Hall, Irish
St. Bunclody, Enniscorthy. Closing Date for receipt of completed
Application Forms is Monday January 14th 2013 Online applications not
Padre Pio Pilgrimage
2013 5th August for 7 Nights Benevento - San Giovanni Rotondo
Spiritual Director Msgr. Brendan Byrne €869pps for more information
please contact Group Leader Bren-dan Byrne on 087 6349103.
Bunclody Day Care
Re-opens on Tuesday 8th January. Looking forward to seeing everybody
and some new faces also.
..will resume in Kilmyshall Community Hall on Friday 11th
January 8:00pm to 10.00pm. A great opportunity to learn the Waltz, Fox
Trot or Quick Step and get fit. For further information contact 053
9377368. All are welcome.
Senior Citizens Annual Christmas Party
Sunday 20th January at 4.00pm in the Millrace Hotel. Music & Dance
Tickets: €10 - available at the Post Office Spot Prizes can be left in
..we recognise that Christmas is not the happiest time of
year for everybody. If you are feeling unwell, worried or troubled,
depressed, lonely or isolated you may well feel like you are being left
behind at any time, but especially at Christmas. If you are feeling
lonely or isolated, suffering or have suffered from depression, anxiety,
stress or you’re not quite sure what’s wrong, please talk to someone.
To find out more about GROW, please call Maurene on 086 7706064. You
can also call the Infoline on 1890474 474 or log on to www.grow.ie for
Enniscorthy Community Workshop
..will hold a Church Gate Collection this weekend 5th &
6th January. Your support would be appreciated.
Finding God in unexpected places
A new born baby usually tends to attract visitors and gifts. The Magi
are described as wise men from the East. They may have been astronomers
or philosophers but most definitely they were people who had their eyes,
ears and minds open to the events going on around them, to the signs of
their times. We see in today’s Gospel how God is working through people
that we least expect. The wise men were not ‘religious’, they would not
have been con-sidered ‘the people of ‘God’. Yet, God is working through
them in lots of different ways. They may not have been considered
‘righteous’ in their time, but they are certainly people who have come
to bow down and worship God.
This story has a clear message: that Jesus has come for all people,
not jus a select few.
Today, perhaps we can think about times when we found Christ in
unexpected places. How did we react? What star, what guidance had
brought us there? What gifts did we leave there? What gifts were we
Whenever the Christ in one of us meets the Christ in an-other, there
will be and exchange of gifts. Let this thought protect us from the
patronising attitude that we must “convert” the other to our own way of
living the Christ-life”.
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