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Chapel Hill

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

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Mong Chapel

Saturday (week 2 and 4): 5.45pm

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Church of the Assumption

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

Confessions after 7pm Mass when requested.

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Notices & Events


Invitation! “Walking Together as Families Today”

Invitation! “Walking Together as Families Today”: Gathering in Preparation for the World Meeting of Families. St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, 19-20 June 2018. Speakers, workshops, conversations, prayer, and much more, on a variety of topics relating to family life. Registration: €15 (incl. lunch & teas/coffees). Tickets available on www.eventbrite.ie (under “Walking

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Exams

These days many second and third level students have exams. To include them in parish prayer put the names in the book in the Parish Church. All best wishes to the young people sitting Leaving and Junior Cert exams this week. May your work bear fruit, with satisfying results.

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Cemetery Masses:

Cemetery Mass at Colmcille on Tuesday 12th June at 7.30pm.
Mass at St. Columba’s Hospital Cemetery on Thursday 14th June at 10am.
Cemetery Mass at St. Mary’s New Cemetery on Friday 3rd August at 8pm.

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Thomastown Parish Council

Thomastown Parish Council will meet on Wednesday 6th June at 7.30pm at the Parish Office.

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FEAST – ST COLUMBA (COLM CILLE) ABBOT & MISSIONAY SECONDARY PATRON OF IRELAND 9th June 2018

Colum Cille was born on 7 December 521 near Lough Gartan in Co. Donegal, in the north-west of Ireland. On his father’s side he was a great-great-grandson of Niall of the Nine Hostages, a high king of Ireland in the 5th century. His original name was Crimthann, meaning ‘fox’. He

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SOLEMNITY – THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS 8th June 2018

According to the Gospel of John (19:33), when Jesus was dying on the cross “one of the soldiers pierced his side with a spear, and at once there came out blood and water.” The celebration of the Sacred Heart is associated with the physical wound (and the associated sacrifice), the

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