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2nd Sunday of Easter 07.04.2024


Sun 7th Apr​​

​8.30am​​​ For the intentions of the Sarthal family and friends​​

10am​​ Edward Doran Jr, anniversary

​12noon​​​ The Casey family, intentions


​Mon 8th Apr   The Annunciation of The Lord

10 am          Michael McCarney, RIP


Tues 9th Apr   Easter Feria

10am             ​People of the Parish

Weds 10th  Apr​ NO MASS

Thurs 11th  Apr  St Stanislaus, Bishop and Martyr

10am​ Eileen and David Scott, RIP


​Fri 12th Apr​         Easter Feria

10 am​ Marjorie Reid, RIP​


Sat 13th Apr​ Third Sunday of Easter

5 pm            Kathleen Lancaster, intentions


Saturday 10 am – 11am; 4.30pm – 5pm: Confessions and Exposition

Your Prayers:

Let us keep in our prayers: Agnes Dei, Noel Ohero,Margaret Ryan, King Charles III, the Princess of Wales and all those suffering from Cancer,  Michael O’Boy, Christina Cahill, Eric Nicholas Darwent,  Therese Kemp, Bina, Noel, Jose Luis Pérez, Alice, Karina McKiernan, Jonathan Heller and Izabela Lissowska – all unwell at this time.

We also pray for: Kwok Chui Tsui, Yuen Kuen Tsui, Bill McCleary, Fr Michael Daly, Rodolfo Icban, Marjorie Reid, Luis Goncalves, Sean Duffy, Iride Villa, John O Shea, Raffaella Di Trolio, Mercedes Bahillo, Amber Wood, Eileen Sweeney and Arcangela Moretto whose anniversaries occur at this time or have died recently. May they Rest in Peace.


Holy week Thank You.

Fr Peter writes: Grateful thanks to musicians, singers, readers, servers, the 12 donated feet, Eucharistic ministers, Hot Cross bun donators, Hot Cross bun party host, children’s liturgist, Easter Fire co-ordinator, flower arrangers and sacristans for making the Triduum Holy and dignified. Easter Blessing and thanks to all of you.


Offertory Collections

The offertory collection for the week ending 24th March was £ 945.08. Contactless offertory collection for week ending 24th March was

£ 142.59. Many many thanks for your generosity.


Offertory Envelopes

The offertory envelopes for the year commencing 7th April 2024 are now available for collection in the church porch. Please note: as from 7th April 2024, please do not use last year’s envelopes. Should you require a box of envelopes, please see Marie Gilgan after the Sunday Masses.  Many thanks.

The Men’s Group:

The Men’s Group will meet on Saturday 4th May at 9am in the presbytery. Please bring something for breakfast to share. All parish men are welcome.

St Mary’s SVP Social evening Saturday 27th April at 6pm

The SVP are hosting a social evening to help to raise funds for its activities helping individuals and families in need.A hot home-made supper [meat and vegetarian options available with prior booking] will be served at 6pm followed by “Quartet” a wonderful film starring amongst others Maggie Smith and Dustin Hoffman. Tickets will be sold before and after the weekend masses after Easter on April 6th 7th , 13th 14th and 20th and 21st by SVP members Michael, Fintan, Joan, Nicola and Jean Price £15 per person includes supper, soft drinks and ice creams. Bring your own alcohol.


Parish Council:

The Parish Council  will meet in the presbytery at 4pm on Sunday 14th April.

First Holy Communion Families:

There will be a parents meeting in the small hall on Monday 15th April at 7:30pm. Children’s classes will resume at 3:50pm on Tuesday 16th April.

Finance Committee:

The Finance Committee will meet in the presbytery on Tuesday 16th April at 7:30pm.

Confirmation Classes:

Confirmation Classes will resume at 7:30pm on Thursday 18th April in the small hall.

St Mary’s Pilgrimage to Assisi

Fr Peter and parishioners will leave for Assisi on Wednesday 24th April. If you would like him to take a petition of prayer please write names or intentions and put in an envelope titled “Assisi” and post through the presbytery letterbox before Tuesday 23rd April.


“Oh, how great is the goodness of God, greater than we can understand. There are moments and there are mysteries of the divine mercy over which the heavens are astounded. Let our judgment of souls cease, for God's mercy upon them is extraordinary.”


St Mary Faustina Kowalska

 “May both of them [Saint John XXIII and Saint John Paul II] teach us not to be scandalized by the wounds of Christ and to enter ever more deeply into the mystery of divine mercy, which always hopes and always forgives, because it always loves.”


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