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Ministers of the Eucharist October. Unable to attend, please exchange with another Minister
07.00pm Mary Butler Joe Murphy Teresa Cassin
11.00am Tom Brett Carmel Coone Majella Morrissey

Ministers of the Word for October. Unable to attend, please exchange with another Minister
Michael Piert

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Chapel Hill

Saturday (week 1, 3 and 5): 5.45pm

About Chapel Hill

Mong Chapel

Saturday (week 2 and 4): 5.45pm

About Mong Chapel

Church of the Assumption

Vigil Saturday at 7pm
Sunday – 11.00am
Weekdays – Mon, Wed, Fri – 9.30am

Confessions after 7pm Mass when requested.

About Church of the Assumption

Notices & Events


The feast of St Joseph was introduced into the Roman liturgy relatively late, in the fifteenth century, and extended to the universal Church mainly by missionaries in the sixteenth century. Patrick Duffy looks at how Joseph is seen in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke and in the liturgy.


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Thought for the day:

Over all the uproar, racket and din, Lord, help us listen to you.

Show to us your dazzling glory
hidden in the hum-drum: our everyday wonderful lives.

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Parish Lenten Programme:

Ms. Gemma Mulligan is the Co-ordinator of the Diocesan Plan. She will speak at Mass at 7pm next Saturday night, 23rd March.

Fr. Richard Scriven will talk at Mass on 30th March, and on Saturday

Ms. Maeve Mahon will talk to us on the 6th April .

Please come those

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Pastoral Letter & Meeting

If you haven’t seen Bishop Farrell on television, or read his Pastoral Letter, find it on the Diocesan website and on our parish Facebook page.

Meanwhile, the Bishop has begun a series of meetings
throughout the Diocese regarding the proposed Pastoral Areas. He will speak with the Parish Council

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Cathedral Draw:

The first draw of Year Five will be held on Wednesday 27th March. Do please consider joining. Join the Draw, €10 per month, at Reddy’s Gift Shop, Murphy Victualler at Market Street, the Parish Office or Fr. Dan.

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Stories of The legend of Saint Patrick

The legend of Saint Patrick has evolved during the 1500-odd years since the missionary brought Christianity to Ireland. Much embellished in the telling.

The Shamrock
Perhaps the best-known legend of Saint Patrick involves the shamrock, the little plant that has gone on to become famous throughout the world as

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