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Eucharistic Ministers & Ministers of the Word

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
07.00pm
Michael Piert
Aleena

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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


Ministers of the Word for the month of May:

If unable to attend, please exchange with another Minister

07.00pm : Ann Casey & Siobhan Collier

09.30am : Vera Lanigan & Margaret Freyne

11.00am : Mary Doyle & Chrissie Keating

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Ministers of the Eucharist for the month of May:

If unable to attend, please exchange with another Minister

07.00pm:Teresa Cassin, Fiona Fitzpatrick & Sr. Bernadette

11.00am: Majella Morrissey Carmel Coone K C Babu

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FEAST – SS PHILIP & JAMES, APOSTLES

First Century May 3—Feast Liturgical Color: Red
Patron Saint of Hatmakers and pastry chefs (Philip) and pharmacists (James)

The smaller the town the bigger the man

The popes follow one another chronologically just like the presidents of the United States. One after another, after another, each inheriting the powers

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2nd May – MEMORIAL – ST. ATHANASIUS, BISHOP & DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH

Liturgical Color: White
Patron Saint of theologians

A fiery Egyptian saves the Trinity

The First Sunday of Advent of 2011 introduced to the faithful a new liturgical translation of the Mass in many English-speaking countries. The new translation had been many years in the making and had gone through

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MEMORIAL – ST. JOSEPH THE WORKER

“May Day” has long been dedicated to labor and the working man. It falls on the first day of the month that is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Pope Pius XII expressed the hope that this feast would accentuate the dignity of labor and would bring a spiritual dimension

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FEAST – ST CATHERINE OF SIENNA, VIRGIN & DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH

1347 – 1380. April 29—Memorial. Liturgical Color: White
Patron Saint of Italy and Europe

She desired to go to heaven and for the popes to return to Rome

Saint Peter was not martyred in Frankfurt, Germany; Alexandria, Egypt; or Jerusalem. He could have been. God, in His Providence, wanted

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