Parish Newsletter 17th Jan 2010

The Second Sunday in Ordinary Time – 17th January, 2010

Fr. Declan O’Connor P.P. Fr. David Gunn C.C. & Fr. Micheál Manning A.P.

Tel Nos. Millstreet  029-70043  /  Cullen  029-79028   / Mobile  087-7752948

Email:  <email>


MONDAY-TUESDAY-FRIDAY: 10.00a.m-1.00p.m. & 2.00p.m-5.00p.m

Your prayers are requested for the repose of the souls of the following and for those whose anniversaries occur around this time, and for those for whom masses will be offered during the week:


Ellen (Nell) Hickey, Mill View

Mass Intentions this Week-end:
Saturday, January 16th:
Millstreet Vigil 6.30 p.m.                 Hannah & Timothy Kelleher, The Bridge

Cullen Vigil      8.00 p.m.                   Bob & Bridie Casey & Eileen Shortt, Duarigle

Sunday, January 17th:

Millstreet   8.30 a.m.

Ballydaly   9.30 a.m.           Johnny & Mary Twomey, Rathduane

Cullen      10.30 a.m.                           Jerry O’Leary, Mologhroe

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.                          Sonny & Anna Marie Murphy, Clarabeg


Maureen O’Donoghue, Knockduff

Nora & John Dineen, Hollymount

Deceased members of the Dunne Family, Mill View

Kitty McSweeney, Rathcoole

Denis Duggan, Carriganima

Cornelius Keane, Drimoleague

Brigid Nugent, Drumcollogher

John O’Sullivan, Feirm

James O’Sullivan, Gortavehy

Denis & Mary Cronin, Coolinarne

David Burke, Drishanebeg


Saturday, January 23rd:

Millstreet 6.30 p.m.                            Mary Murphy, West End

Cullen      8.00 p.m.                             Art O’Connor, Novohal

Sunday, January 24th:

Millstreet 8.30 a.m.                            Bertie & Kate Kelleher, Murphy’s Terrace

Ballydaly 9.30 a.m.                              John & Bridget Murphy, Ballydaly

Cullen 10.30 am                                  Lena O’Connor, Knockduff

Millstreet 11.30 a.m.                          Theresa McCarthy, Kilmeedy

Parish Capital Collection last weekend: €1,723.21  Thanks.

Rotas for Next Weekend January 23rd/24th





6.30 p.m. Padraig Creedon Group E
8.30  a.m. Liam Flynn
11.30  a.m. Liam Burke


9.30 a.m. Maeve O’Sullivan Team A


8.00 p.m. Margaret Cooper Group C
10.30 a.m. Ann Murphy

Millstreet Church: Usual Mass at 10.00 each morning, unless there is a funeral. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on Friday (22nd January) at 7.00p.m. followed by Mass at 7.30p.m. for Nora Carroll, Tullig.

CULLEN CHURCH:  Mass during the coming week:

Monday (18th) & Tuesday (19th):        7.30p.m.

Wednesday (20th):                                   10.00a.m.

Friday (22nd):                                Mass at 7.30p.m. for Tom Brosnan, Ahane.

DO THIS IN MEMORY OF ME:  The fourth night of the special parish based programme for parents and children preparing for First Holy Communion, May 2010, is taking place at the Vigil Masses in both Millstreet and Cullen next weekend (Saturday 23rd) and in Ballydaly on Sunday (24th).  All children and parents doing the programme are invited to attend.

Community Notices

v      ballydaly social group: Set dancing will resume in Ballydaly Hall on Wednesday 20th  January at 8.30p.m. Everyone welcome.

v      CULLEN SPECIAL NEEDS:  Annual sponsored weigh-in postponed until 1st February.

v      farewell party:  for Fr. O’Leary in Cullen postponed until further notice.

v      MILLSTREET CAMOIGE CLUB: Annual General Meeting on Wednesday (20th Jan) at 8.00p.m. in GAA Hall.  Everyone welcome

v      ballydaly community:  Meeting on Tuesday (19th Jan) at 8.00p.m. to arrange a presentation to Fr. Gerard O’Leary.  Everyone welcome.

v      millstreet library: Cork County Library has granted a “total fines amnesty” until 30th January, 2010.  No fines no matter how late.

v      Millstreet Gramophone circle:  This months presentation will take place on Friday (22nd Jan) at 8.15p.m. in the Canon O’Donovan Centre.  This month’s presenter: Donal Cowman.

v      “A Millstreet miscellany (3)”:  Another collection of items on Millstreet town and its environs is now available in local shops.  It is dedicated to Sean Radley in recognition of his services to Millstreet.


Learn from the past; look to the future; live in the present

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