Parish of Our Lady and St. Brendan
priesthood through their prayers and financial support. If you would like to make a donation towards their work please take one of the envelopes at the church doors and return it at Mass next weekend. We have two students for Kerry Diocese studying in Maynooth at present: Seán Murphy who was on placement with us last January and Mark Moriarty who will be with us until Easter. Many thanks for your support.
First Reading: The word of God cautions us that the testing of humanity is part of God’s plan. So too is the vindication of those who have been faithful.
Second Reading: Christ offered not many sacrifices, but ’one single sacrifice for sin.’ That saving sacrifice is made present and effective every time we celebrate the Eucharist.
Gospel: Once again, the word of the Lord is sombre: God’s children will be tested. But hope prevails; God’s promises are eternal.
Our week of Remembrance for the Dead takes place from Monday November 5th to Friday November 9th with Mass each evening at 7pm. The Mass on the Friday evening will be offered for all who died since November last year
can be returned at any Mass or to the Parish Office. If you do not receive a November envelope and would like to have someone included, envelopes are available at the back of the Church.
All children who have made their First Holy Communion are welcome to join our Altar Serving. Training will be held over three Sundays in November, starting Sunday November 11th after 10am Mass until 12 noon. If interested drop your name into the Sacristy or Parish Centre.
with the prayer to the Guardian Angel are again in stock and can be acquired at our Pastoral Centre or Sacristy. Cost €1.