Weekly Newsletter - 1st September 2019


 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

1st September, 2019
Fr. Denis Stritch P.P. 029 68007/086 2206607
Parish Website www.rockchapel.ie
Masses for the Week
Sat:         8.00 p.m. – Davie & Bridie Murphy, Knockatoon.
Sun:       10.00 a.m. – Deceased members of The Curtin and Collins Families, Knockaclarig.
Thurs:    10.00 a.m. – Jim Vaughan, RIP
Fri:         10.00 a.m.
Sun:       11.00 a.m. – Nora Browne.
Mon:      9.00 a.m.
Tues:      9.00 a.m.
Wed:      9.00 a.m.
Vigil Mass next Saturday nightis in Meelin at 8.00 p.m.
Confessions at 7.30 p.m.
Readers for Next Weekend.
Sun:        10.00 a.m. – John Curtin.
Eucharist Ministers next weekend
Sun:        10.00 a.m. – Noreen Murphy & Elaine Coughlan.

Mass intentions next weekend
Sat:         8.00 p.m. – John Murphy, Knockduff.
Sun:       10.00 a.m. – Nora O’Carroll, Glencarney.
Sun:       11.00 a.m. – Pat & Anne O’Mahony, Killarney.
Collectors for September
Vigil: Noreen Murphy, Sean Allen & Jessie Collins.
Sunday: Timmie Twomey, Johnny J. Stack & Diarmuid Hickey.
Altar Society for September
Susan Curtin, Kathleen Barry, Elaine Hickey & Mary Nolan.
Collections Last Weekend
Rockchapel: €225        Meelin: €442
Peter’s Pence: €513
The monthly collection for Diocesan Religious Purposes will be taken up at all masses this weekend. 
The door collection has now been replaced by an offertory collection which will take place immediately after the notices. 
Autumn Stations
Friday, 13th September Rockhill and Knockafurtaig at the home of David & Bridget Keating at 8.30 p.m.
Those wishing to have the stations in their homes should contact Fr. Stritch please.
First Friday is the first Friday. The sick will be visited in their homes at the usual times.  Morning mass on Wednesday, September 4th in Meelin and Wednesday 11th in Rockchapel will be offered as November masses for the dead. 
Lotto - Winning numbers were 7, 8, 11, 14. No Jackpot winner. Next jackpot is €5,600. Lucky Dip Winners of €25 Donal & Gobnait Murphy; The Walsh Family; John Murphy. Seller’s Prize: Donal & Gobnait Murphy.
Hurling for Hospice - On Saturday next, September 7th the parents of St. Mark’s Juvenile club are holding a charity hurling morning in conjunction with Ireland’s biggest coffee morning for hospice. At Meelin GAA grounds from 9.45 a.m. to 1.30 pm. St. Mark’s U6 to U12 will be up against some of North Cork’s finest clubs. Your support would be greatly appreciated for this worthy cause so why not come out and have a coffee and enjoy the hurling. Teas/Coffee and refreshments served all morning in the club house. All proceeds going to Marymount Hospice, Cork.