Mornington Church

Go to content

Main menu

Bulletin

Mass Intentions weekend 15/16 May 2021

Saturday:

Kieran (Kee) Cromwell - 3rd Anniversary.

Sunday 10.00am:

David McIlvenna & Edward Callaghan - Anniversary.
Kevin Gaynor & Patricia Tiernan - Anniversaries.

Sunday 11.30am:

Geraldine Hanan - Months Memory Mass.
Clare Woods - 1st Anniversary.
Celina Filipowska - 1st Anniversary  & Julian Filipowski.

Monday 8.45am:

Tuesday 10.00am:

Wednesday 8.45am:

Thursday 10.00am:

Friday 8.45am:

Mass Intentions commencing weekend 22/23 May 2021

Saturday 6.00pm:

Joe Smith Senior - Anniversary.

Sunday 10.00am:

Anne Taylor - Months Memory Mass.

Sunday 11.30am:

John Drew - 1st Anniversary.

R.I.P.:  Please pray for Breedeen Rock, sister of Paddy Rock who died during the week.

Eucharistic Adoration
suspended until further notice
Wednesdays from 9am to 6pm

Confessions
on Request

 

Pope Francis urges Catholics to Pray for an End to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Catholics across the globe are encouraged to dedicate the Marian month of May to praying for an end to the pandemic.
The initiative, behind which the Pope has thrown his support, involves 30 Marian Shrines from various parts of the world.
The Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization announced the news with a press release on Wednesday afternoon.  It takes place under the theme “The whole Church was fervently praying to God,” which recalls a verse in the Book of Acts (12:5).

Prayer initiative:  
“The initiative will involve all the Shrines of the world in a special way, so that they might encourage the faithful, families, and communities to recite the Rosary to pray for an end to the pandemic,” read the statement.
Pope Francis will open the Marian month of prayer on 1 May with a Rosary broadcast across Vatican Media’s platforms.
Each day will see Vatican News broadcast the recitation of the Rosary at 6 PM Rome time from the various Shines taking part in the initiative.
The Pope will also close the initiative on 31 May with another specially-broadcast Rosary.

End to the pandemic
This year’s dedication of May to pandemic-related prayer recalls a similar occurrence during the first wave in March 2020.
Pope Francis led the world in prayer during that confusing and difficult time, celebrating a live-streamed, daily Mass in the Casa Santa Marta.
After more than a year, and with the world still in the grips of the pandemic, the Pope and the Church around the world are once again leading the way in imploring God for an end to the suffering which so many people are forced to bear.


Church Open for Public Masses

  • Following guidelines from the Irish Bishops & the Government  our Church has been divided into three sections, each section having it’s own entrance/exit.

  • Strictly no movement of people between sections before, during or after the service.

  • People are asked to wear face masks.

  • Stewards are available to guide people as they enter & leave the Church and when approaching for Holy Communion.

  • People are asked to maintain physical distancing in the Church grounds.

  • Holy Communion can only be received in the hand.  

  • Offertory Collection & Envelopes will be placed in supervised boxes as you enter the Church.

  • Bulletins must be brought home and not left in the Church after reading.

  • The Church will be cleaned/sanitised after each Mass.

  • Toilet facilities will not be available.


It is crucial that all these provisions are adhered to.  Indeed, the resumption of public Masses is contingent on such adherence.  
Please co-operate with the Stewards who are there for your Health, Safety and Welfare.




Church Envelopes ,Priests Easter Dues & Trócaire
Please bring your Church Envelopes, Easter Dues for the Priest and your Trócaire Box/Envelope to Mass or drop them into the Parish Office on Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 10am - 2pm.    

If you haven’t received your Church envelopes you can place your donation in an envelope with your name & phone no. and drop it into the Parish Office / Presbytery letterbox.


Mass Intentions

If you have an intention please write it out & place in an envelope with your donation.   Please drop your envelope into the Parish Office or in the Presbytery letterbox.  

Church Grounds Maintenance Team

Meet every Saturday morning at 9.30am - Socially distanced.  
More volunteers Welcome.  
If you can help in any way please come along on Saturday morning.  
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


 
 

Trócaire

Every year Trócaire asks for your help during Lent to fund lifesaving programmes around the world.  
Families like Awut and Ajak’s in South Sudan (on this years Trócaire box) need your support  now more than ever.
Trócaire are appealing to you to continue your support this Lent.  
Resources, prayers and videos are available on www.trocaire.org.
Trócaire Boxes are being delivered to each house and are also available in the Church.  
The contents of each and every Trócaire box, no matter how small, come together to make a significant difference.
This virus knows no borders, but neither does our compassion.

Please drop your Trócaire Box, Trócaire Envelope, Church Envelopes and Easter Dues for the Priest into the Parish Office on Monday, Wednesday or Friday  from 10am - 2pm.

Suspension of Public Masses

All public Masses have been suspended until Monday 10th May 2021.  
Mornington Church is still open to the public for private (non organized) prayer from 11.00am to 6.00pm.  
Feel free to drop in to spend some time with the Lord.

 
 

FACE MASKS:  
People are asked to wear a face mask when visiting the Church.
Remember, also, to keep a 2 metre distance when leaving the Church and please do not congregate outside the doors of the Church.

Please ring 1800 677 777 (freephone) for assistance.
If you wish to make a financial contribution please ring 087-2542408.

Please do not let your dog loose in the Church grounds and more importantly PLEASE clean up after it.

THE COMMUNITY CALL
As part of the Government response to the COVID-19 crisis, Meath County Council has established a COVID-19 Community Call Forum which works with State agencies and community and voluntary groups to provide supports or services to any vulnerable person who needs them.  Contact:  1800808809, covidsupport@meathcoco.ie

St. Colmcilles GAA Club Assistance Facility
Volunteers from St. Colmcilles and the local area can help get your groceries, prescriptions and fuel during  this uncertain time.  
Contact Brian on 087-1141150 or Ciara 087-6560343.

COVID-19 Support Line for Older People
ALONE has launched a national support line and additional supports for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Professional staff are available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am - 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024.

 

Community Notices

East Meath Meals on Wheels  -  085-7570810
Hot Meals are delivered to your home  between 12.30pm and 1.30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week throughout the year, excluding bank holidays in the areas of Laytown, Bettystown, Mornington, Donacarney and Colpe.  
The charge (from 7th June 2021) is €5 per person per meal.
If you would like to avail of this service or know of anyone who might benefit from this service, please contact us on the above number.

 
Back to content | Back to main menu