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BALLINASCREEN PARISH - 4 OCTOBER 2020

No. 1831 ~ TWENTY-SEVENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

​​SUNDAY MASSES

  • VIGIL MASS

St Eugene’s Moneyneena: 5.00 pm

Holy Rosary: 6.15 pm (Also on Ballinascreen Webcam)

St Patrick’s Keenaught: 7.30 pm

  • SUNDAY

St Columba’s Straw: 9.00 am

St Mary’s Coolcalm: 10.00 am (Also on Desertmartin Webcam)

St Patrick’s Sixtowns: 11.00 am

Holy Rosary: 12 noon (Also on Ballinascreen Webcam)

DAILY MASS TIMES FOR THIS WEEK

Holy Rosary Church: Monday and Wednesday ~ 10.00 am Friday ~ 7.30 pm

St Mary’s Church Coolcalm: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday ~ 10.00 am

All Masses in the Holy Rosary Church are transmitted live on the Ballinascreen parish webcam:

https://www.churchservices.tv/Draperstown

All Masses in St Mary’s Coolcalm are transmitted live via the Desertmartin parish webcam:

https://www.churchservices.tv/Desertmartin

BULLETIN NOTES

NOTICES FOR THE BULLETIN

Notices for the Bulletin should be received by 1.00 pm on Wednesday ballinascreenparish@gmail.com

Bulletins are presently only available online at www.parishofballinascreen.com

A printed copy is displayed in front porch of Holy Rosary Church.

FEASTS OF THE WEEK

Tuesday 6: St Bruno.

Wednesday 7: Our Lady of the Rosary.

Friday 9: St John Henry Newman, priest.

PARISH OCTOBER DEVOTIONS

Devotions in Holy Rosary Church on today, Sunday October 4, at 5.00 pm. Parishioners welcome. Devotions will also be broadcast on our parish webcam.


HOLY ROSARY CHURCH - PRIVATE PRAYER TIMES

Holy Rosary Church will open Monday to Thursday from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm and on Friday and Saturdays from 9.30 am to 4.00 pm (this is to allow the sanitising of the church in preparation for evening Masses). The Church will be open for private prayer on Sundays from 1.00 pm until 6.00 pm. Parishioners are asked to please sanitise their hands as they enter and leave the church and to sanitise the candle lighter if used. Upon entering the church for Private Prayer please lift one of the yellow coloured cards and leave it on the seat where you have been seated.

MONTH OF THE ROSARY

October is the month of the Rosary and during this month we are invited to recite the Rosary as a family prayer in the home. Click HERE to view the Mysteries of the Rosary and how to pray it on the Ballinascreen Parish Website.

Also on the parish website home page is the recording of the priests of the parish reciting the Rosary.


PRIVATE PRAYER TIMES

Holy Rosary Church will open for private prayer at the following times:

Monday to Thursday: 11.00am - 6.00pm

Friday and Saturday: 9.30 am - 4.00 pm

Sunday: 1.00 pm - 6.00 pm

Parishioners are asked to please sanitise their hands as they enter and leave the church and to sanitise the candle lighter if used. Upon entering the church for Private Prayer please lift one of the yellow cards and leave it on the seat where you have been seated. Thank you.


DEATHS

We extend our prayerful sympathy to the family and relatives of:

Gavin Bradley, Magherafelt Road,

Pat McGlone, Glenelly Villas.


FIRST ANNIVERSARY

Peggy Sargent, Gortnaskea Road.


ANNIVERSARIES

Teresa McAllister,

Sheila Bradley,

Agnes Gray,

Patrick McCullagh,

Eileen Devlin,

John Gray.

BAPTISM

We welcome into God’s family through the Sacrament of Baptism:

Cabhan James Scullion, The Orchard.

PARISH COLLECTIONS

Envelopes for October 2020 to April 2021 have now been distributed. Many thanks to the many parishioners who assisted with the distribution of these envelopes. Sincere thanks also to all who have contributed over the past 6 months by either parish envelopes, cash, standing orders or by using the Donate button on the parish website.

Since April 6 the AVERAGE WEEKLY total for the First Collection is £1,150 and for the Second Collection (Renovation Fund) is £590.

Thanks also for several donations received for St Vincent de Paul.

Thank you very much for your generous support which is greatly appreciated.

SEASON OF CREATION IMAGES

Thank you for the many beautiful images of creation submitted, all these images have been compiled into a short video which is available to view on the Parish Facebook or by the link:

https://youtu.be/hxwGyrM2xQY