What in this weeks newsletter?
- Reflections for the 29th Sunday or Ordinary time-“A place for everything”,
- Church closed for Public Masses
- Masses live streamed
- Recent deaths and anniversaries in our parish
- Halloween Message from An Garda Síochána ,Tramore
We are happy to announce that our new Live Streaming Service is now in operation, where you may join us for Tramore Parish Services online from Holy Cross Church.
Visit the parish website www.tramoreparish.ie Click on “Live Stream” on the homepage when the services are on.
Please spread the word to people who are house bound.
For anyone who do not have access to online services. Tramore Parish Radio Services are broadcast From Holy Cross Church, Tramore at 10.am from Monday to Sat and 10.30am on Sunday on your radio 105.4FM
The Church will be open for private prayer from Mon to Sat: 11.00am-5pm Sunday: 11.30am-5pm.
Please remember those who died recently, Geraldine Higgins, Edward (Ted) Hughes
We pray for Joan Donoghue, Joseph (Joe) Brophy (Roncalli),John, Maura, Joan & Annette Walsh, Bob Kell, Tosh & Mamie Hearne & grandson Thomas Corcoran, Lillian O’Keeffe, Dermot Mulcahy, Lillian Fitzgerald, whose anniversaries occur about this time.
29th Sunday In Ordinary Time- A place for everything!
Think of a time when you made a decision for the common good –
money given away, cleaning the neighbourhood,
joining a parents’ group etc. Remember and be grateful
Lord, may your will that we share well the goods of the world be done.
Donal Neary SJ
Pope’s intention for October-
We pray that by the virtue of baptism, the laity, especially women, may participate more in areas of responsibility in the Church
The Parish Office
Contact : 051-386477
Halloween Message from An Garda Síochána, Tramore
• The Gardaí in Tramore would like to ask that people enjoy Halloween responsibly.
• Be respectful of not only your own property but your neighbour’s property as well
• Parents / Guardians: Know where your children are & what they are doing.
• Keep pets indoors on Halloween night.
• Keep your bins in a secure and safe place. Same goes for businesses and also for businesses not to leave pallets out where they can easily be taken and used for bon fires
• Do not buy, use or supply fireworks
• The use of fireworks can cause great injury and also distress to people, particularly elderly persons and to animals, notwithstanding the fact that they could set property on fire
• It is an offence to throw an ignited firework at any person or property or even to light an unlicensed firework.
• The penalty for these offences is a fine of up to €10,000 or 5 years imprisonment or both.
If you have any information or suspicious activity to report or you are in fact a victim or a witness to a crime you should report this to An Garda Síochána.
Contact Tramore Garda Station on 051 – 391 620
Confidential Line – 1800 666111 (freefone number)
Crimestoppers – 1800 250025 In the case of an Emergency, call 999 or 112 or social media on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Flickr.
Fundraising CD available – Holy Family Mission
This is a wonderful new fundraising CD recorded live at Holy Family Mission in Glencomeragh. It features HFM members past and present along with Fr. Patrick. The songs are a perfect antidote to the challenging times we are currently living through. Just log on to https://www.holyfamilymission.ie/cd-contact-us/ to get your copy.
https://www.holyfamilymission.ie/cd-contact-us/ to get your copy.
Do not lose heart
– a message in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic from the Irish Catholic Bishops’ Conference https://www.waterfordlismore.ie/10393-2/