September 10th Kiltullagh Parish Newsletter

The Twenty Third Sunday of The Year – 10thSeptember 2017

Mass Intentions   Ballinlough


Sun.     10th Sept. 11am Michael and Bridget Regan and deceased members of theRegan family, Frenchpark.

No Mass during the week


Sun.      17th Sept. 11am   Mass for all who are sick.


 Offertory Collection: Sat 2nd& Sun 3rdSept.

Ballinlough: €405     Granlahan: €386


Eucharistic Ministers                        Church Readers


Rena Burke/Joan McDermott     Sun 17th Sept. 11am                     John James Cregg


Ann Hett/Margaret McGuire      Sun 17th Sept. 12 noon                 John Caulfield


Trócaire wish to express their heartfelt thanks to the community who gave so generously to their Lenten campaign this year.  The contributions helped support their efforts in combating the constant threat of flooding in Honduras and helping children have clean water in East Africa.


Grandparents National Annual Pilgrimage takes place on September 10th in Knock Shrine @ 2.30pm   Everybody welcome to honour and thank grandparents alive and dead for all they have done for us down through the ages.   Chief celebrant Archbishop Martin.   Choir by Ballina School Choir and Dana sings “Our Lady of Knock.


                                         A Morning Prayer

Lord help me to remember that nothing is going to happen to me today that You and I together can’t handle. Amen.

Mass Intentions.                Granlahan


Sun. 10th Sept. 12 noon             Patrick (Jn) Ruane.


No Mass during the week.


Sun.  17th Sept. 12 noon.  Mary Knight Anniv and her husband Johnny.

Bernard Raftery, Clogher Upper. 8th Anniv.

                                       Pat and Mary Kate Harte and their daughter

Catherine Lyttle.


Please pray for the repose of the soul of Mary Flynn, Rathlena, who died during the week.   R.I.P.


Granlahan Community Centre committee are holding a meeting on Monday night 11th September@ 9.30pm regarding the sports that was held recently.   Please attend this important meeting.


Mayo/Roscommon Hospice:  The Kiltullagh branch are holding their hospice meeting in O’Connors Lounge, Ballinlough on Monday 11th September @ 8.30pm.   New members most welcome.


Coffee Morning:  The Kiltullagh branch of Mayo/Roscommon hospice are holding their annual coffee morning on Friday 15th September from 10am-12 noon.  Please come along and enjoy a cuppa while supporting this worthy cause, which is greatly appreciated.


Active Retirement Group are holding their first meeting after the summer break in Granlahan Community Centre on Tuesday 12th September @ 2pm.   Guest speaker will attend.   All welcome back and new members most welcome.


Crochet & Knitting Classes:  Pack away the summer beachwear and take out the knitting and crochet needles!   Crochet and knitting classes will restart in the Health Centre, Ballinlough at 3pm on Wednesday 13th September.   All welcome.



Handel’s Messiah – Knock Shrine.   Saturday 18th November @ 7.30pm sees the return of the RTE Concert Orchestra to present Handel’s iconic Messiah at Knock Basilica.   Conducted by Proinnsías Ó Dúinn with soloists, Soprano Claudia Boyle, Alto Anne Marie Gibbons, Tenor Julian Hubbard and Bass Christopher Cull together with our Lady’s Choral Society, CórMhaighEo and Ballina Chamber choir.   Presented by Liz Nolan, RTE lyric fm.

Tickets available now at , at the Witness of Hope office, Knock Shrine and Downtown Records, Castlebar and Westport.