What in this weeks newsletter?
- Reflections For 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time
- Cemetery Masses
- Volunteers required for Church Cleaning
- Recent deaths and anniversaries in our Parish
- Mass Booking Update
Holy Cross Church Mass Times
Holy Cross Tramore
Saturday 10am &
8.30am, 10.30am and
Monday – Friday
7.30am & 10.00am
Saturday 10.30am & 7pm and upon Request
NOVENA OUR LADY
OF PERPETUAL HELP
Mondays after 10am Mass
EXPOSITION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT
Thursday after 10am Mass until 5pm
Church closes at 4pm Monday – Wednesday and Friday & 5pm Thursday
Our Lady’s Carbally
Sunday at 11.30am
WE REQUEST THAT SOCIAL DISTANCE, HAND SANITIZING & FACE COVERING PROTOCOLS ARE OBSERVED AT ALL TIMES.
OTHER LOCAL CHURCHES MASS TIMES
Church of the Immaculate Conception Fenor
Saturday Vigil at 6pm
Sacred Heart Dunhill
Sunday at 9.30am
Holy Cross Church-Live Streaming
Live Streaming Service is in operation, where you may join us for Tramore Parish Services online from Holy Cross Church.
Log in to the parish website www.tramoreparish.ie Click on “Live Stream” on the homepage when the services are on.
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. (It may be tuned in only when service is on.)
Please be aware that for the protection and security of all, CCTV Cameras are in operation in Holy Cross Church. All Masses are live streamed and broadcast over the internet.
The Annual Cemetery Mass for all those interred in Tramore Cemeteries will take place at Holy Cross Church Tramore on Thursday 15th July at 7.30pm
Sacred Heart Church Dunhill: Tuesday 20th July at 7.30pm
Immaculate Conception Fenor: Tuesday 13th July at 7.30pm
PRIEST ON DUTY
We are looking for volunteers to help with the monthly Church cleaning , which takes place on the last Wednesday of the month
Please contact the Parish Office 051-386477.
Pope and Diocesan Purposes
The annual collection for the Pope and Diocesan Purposes (Peter’s Pence) will take place on next weekend July 3rd/4th July.
For your convenience you may donate online by going to the Parish website www.tramoreparish.ie. Click Donate and there a section for “Peters Pence”
We wish to thank all who contributed to the Trócaire Collection for the generosity.
A total of €5650 was collected in the Parish of Tramore & Carbally
New Series on Lectio Divina (Praying with Scripture)
“Quo Vadis” is a Catholic Zoom Series for Young Adults aged 18 – 35 and provides a space where young adults can journey together in their faith.
The new series will run every Sunday from 7 – 8pm, beginning on June 29th with a four-part series on praying with Scripture. Click here to register. More information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Creator of all, thank You for summer! Thank You for the warmth of the sun and the increased daylight. Thank You for the beauty I see all around me and for the opportunity to be outside and enjoy Your creation. Thank You for the increased time I have to be with my friends and family, and for the more casual pace of the summer season. Draw me closer to You this summer. Teach me how I can pray no matter where I am or what I am doing. Warm my soul with the awareness of Your presence, and light my path with Your Word and Counsel. As I enjoy Your creation, create in me a pure heart and a hunger and a thirst for You. Amen.
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The Diocese of Waterford & Lismore’s Faith Development Office presents a four-part series on the Eucharist beginning on Wednesday, June 30th on Zoom. “Eucharistic Amazement” will take place over four consecutive Wednesday nights from 8- 9.15pm. Each evening will include a 30- minute talk and time for group discussion and prayer. June 30: Just a symbol or something more? (Fr Patrick Cahill, Holy Family Mission) July 7: Eucharistic Miracles (Nodlaig Lillis, Youth Ministry Officer Waterford & Lismore) July 14: Little Nellie of Holy God (John Donovan, Little Nellie of Holy God Foundation) July 21: Eucharistic Mystics and Martyrs (Nodlaig Lillis, Youth Ministry Officer) To register email email@example.com or call Emma on 085 8623705
The Parish Office
The Parish office is now open to the public with entry restricted. Please knock on the door and we will be happy to help you.
Next week opening Times:
Monday to Thursday 9.30am-4pm.
Contact : 051-386477
Mass Bookings Update
Mass booking for December will open on Thursday 1st July at the Parish Office.
Booking will take place by phone: 051-386477
Please remember those who died recently, Elizabeth (Betty) Flavin Nee Maguire
We remember the months mind of Bridget (Brenda) Burns, PJ Hayes & Marie Hayes (Drumcannon)
We pray for: George Chambers, Des Healy, Breda & Christopher Delaney, Martha Power (Queen St), Madeline McGrath whose anniversaries occur about this time.
Those who were Baptised recently: Jodi Herbert, Tessie Maher, Nell Power, James Coffey
Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 27 June 2021
In today’s Gospel we hear two healing stories: Jairus’ daughter and the woman with a haemorrhage. At first glance these stories might not seem to have a lot in common. The woman is a complete social outcast because of her condition, yet Jesus calls her ‘daughter’. He does not let social convention dictate who can be called a child of God. Jesus reminds the people of this woman’s true identity. The synagogue official surprises us, pleasantly, with his faith in Jesus and his message. What these two characters have in common is faith against all the odds as they reach out to Jesus in faith-filled action. There are those in the story who laugh when Jesus says he can bring back Jairus’ daughter. They are sent away. Jesus’ healing breaks down the barriers that isolate us from one another and from God.
We can all recall times when we were struggling. We needed something to move us, to help us forgive, to help us walk away or to relieve us of physical pain. In the end it can be the simple gestures that save us: a kind word, someone praying for us, a gentle touch or we reach out to someone and like the woman with the haemorrhage we suddenly feel within ourselves that we are healing. These accounts show us something of how God’s grace can enter our lives and transform situations.
Mark leaves untranslated Jesus’ native language when he restores the young girl to life: ‘Talitha cum’ – a beautiful phrase meaning: ‘Little girl, get up!’. Jairus’ daughter has been given new life; the woman has also been given new life. Both have overcome barriers that were keeping them from being free. We know what those barriers are for each of us. God’s grace is gentle yet can bring life to situations of death. What do you need healing from today? Bring this to prayer.