No. 1745 ~ SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
SUNDAY MASS TIMES
Holy Rosary: 6.00 pm
St Eugene’s Moneyneena 7.30 pm
St Eugene’s Moneyneena: 9.00 am
St Patrick’s Sixtowns: 10.00 am
Holy Rosary: 12 noon
DAILY MASS TIMES FOR THIS WEEK
Holy Rosary Church
Monday ~ 10.00 am and 7.30 pm
Tuesday - Friday ~ 10.00 am
St Eugene’s Church Moneyneena
Wednesday and Friday ~ 7.30 pm
Before the Vigil Masses
Fr. Peter Madden PP VF
40 Derrynoyd Road
Fr John Downey CC
36 Moneyneena Rd
Fr Dermot McGirr CC
50 Tobermore Road, Desertmartin
9 High Street Tel: 79628248
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
9.00 am – 3.00 pm
Friday 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
Wednesday ~ Closed
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SVP HELPLINE Helpline telephone number: 07710838050
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FEASTS OF THE WEEK
Thursday 21: St Peter Damian, bishop and doctor of the Church. Died in 1072.
Friday 22: The Chair of St Peter. This feast celebrates Peter as bishop of Rome and the focus of unity in the communion of one faith.
Saturday 23: St Polycarp, a disciple of St John the Apostle, he was martyred in 155.
CANDLES OF ATONEMENT
Parishioners are invited to light a candle at any of the candelabras in any of the Churches of the parish over the next week and to pray the Prayer for Atonement to remember the victims and survivors of abuse. The candles are a reminder to pray for those who carry lifelong suffering following abuse – they symbolise repentance, light in the darkness and hope.There is no charge for lighting a candle of atonement.
Below is the prayer but it is also available to read at each candelabra.
Candle of Atonement Prayer
Lord, forgive us our many sins.
We grieve and repent with all our hearts for having offended you, for our great failings and neglect of the young and vulnerable.
We place all of those who have been hurt by the Church in any way into your loving hands and under the protection of Our Blessed Mother.
Lord, bring peace to their broken lives and show us all the way out of darkness and into the light of your Word.
May we as the people of God be more fully human, more fully Christ-like and more fully your people, that we may see the errors of the past and go forward with renewed hope and faith in Christ and in our Church. Amen.
Towards Peace is a service offering spiritual support to those who have experienced abuse perpetrated by Church personnel, individually or institutionally. The vision of Towards Peace is to provide a safe supportive space for people and their families, whose spiritual life has been damaged by abuse. It is also a response to the continually growing understanding of the spiritual impact of the trauma of abuse. Towards Peace provides spiritual support through one-to-one spiritual direction sessions, with a qualified spiritual companion. If you have been abused and would like a space to reflect on the impact of the trauma of abuse on your own relationship with God and spirituality, Towards Peace is here for you. www.towardspeace.ie Phonr: 015053028. Mobile: 0867710533.
Up to twelve sessions are available and there is no fee.
ST COLUMBA'S CHURCH, STRAW
For health and safety reasons, there will be no Sunday Mass in St Columba’s Church Straw on February 17, February 24 and March 3. Celebration of Sunday Mass at 11.00 am in St Columba’s will resume on Sunday March 10.
While this work is being completed the Friday evening Parish Anniversary Mass will take place in St Eugene’s Church, Moneyneena at 7.30 pm.
Eucharistic Adoration in Holy Rosary Church on Monday 18 February, commences after 10.00 am Mass and concludes at 7.25pm. Mass at 7.30 pm.
The 7.30 pm Mass on Monday 18 February in Holy Rosary Church will be offered for all the deceased members of the Derry Diocesan Society.
We extend our prayerful sympathy to the family and relatives of:
Bridie Lagan, Moneyneena,
Julia Morgan, Scutchers Lane,
Fr. Colm Rafferty, Columban Fathers Dalgan and Swatragh,