This Week’s Bulletin
25th October 2020
30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
COVID 19, Level 5
CHURCH IS OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER EVERY DAY
PRIVATE AND ONLINE AT:
Facebook page ‘Jeremiah Cremin‘
owing to Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions.
Monday: BANK HOLIDAY 10.00 am
Tuesday: NO MASS
Wed, Thurs & Fri 9.00 am.
NO MASS ON SATURDAY
Feast of All Saints
Next Sunday, November 1st. Online Mass at 10.30 am as usual.
Novena for the Faithful Departed
Beginning on Monday week, Nov 2nd. There will be online Mass every weekday, Monday to Saturday, at 9.00 am and on Sunday at 10.30 am.
Lists for the Commemoration of the Faithful Departed may be deposited in church porches or parish house. As usual, the lists will be on the altar for all nine Masses.
A reminder, too, that the church continues to be open every day, affording an opportunity to offer personal prayers for the Faithful Departed.
Mass for the Bereaved
Usually celebrated on the Friday night during the novena with the attendance and participation of those who were bereaved since last November. This will be impossible now but special arrangement will be in place.
As usual we will be commemorating the Kilbrittain funerals (11) and those from outside parishes whom we had been asked to include in the Sunday Mass prayers by a Kilbrittain relative or friend (20). Also as usual we will have a candle prepared for each one of these with the name of the deceased.
What will be different this year is that those 31 candles will be on a table in front of the altar for the entire novena. They will remain unlit and can be taken away by a family member afterwards for lighting at home.
The names of all those being commemorated will be published on Facebook during the coming week and on parish Bulletin and parish website next weekend.
The long-standing Indulgences for visits to a cemetery during November can be particularly useful this year. There is no restriction on this and everybody has at least one cemetery within 5 Km and probably would not be penalised anyway for travelling farther for this purpose.
The faithful who have confessed, received Holy Communion, and prayed for the Pope’s intentions (one Our Father and Hail Mary, or any other prayer of one’s choice) and who visit a cemetery and pray for the dead may gain a plenary indulgence applicable only to the Holy Souls on the usual conditions once per day from 1st to 8th November. This indulgence is applicable only to the souls of the departed. The stipulation for Holy Communion has to be set aside and the ‘Act of Contrition’ will suffice instead of Confession.
Offertory envelopes for the Autumn Dues and November List are available in the porches now. They can be returned to boxes in the porches or to parish house. Thank you for your support
Trocaire Lenten Campaign 2020
Acknowledgement this week from Trocaire with gratitude to the people of Kilbrittain for their contribution of €1,480. This was the highest amount for three years.
Lotto 02 – 17 – 21 – 22
Thanks to everyone that tuned in for another Live Stream of the weekly Lotto. 18/10/2020sJackpot: €5,600
There was no winner.
Winners of €30:
Ann Healy, Denis Ryan, Gavin Hodge, Joanne McCarthy,
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Please note that online tickets must be bought by 6:00pm on the evening of the draw. Any tickets bought after that time will be put into the following week’s draw.
You can buy tickets for next week’s draw at the Post Office, the Co-op, the Kilbrittain Inn or on our website: http://www.kilbrittaingaa.com/subscribe.html
You can also contact any Club Officer to buy a yearly ticket.!