HOMILY FOR FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT (A)

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St. Aidan’s, Cathedral

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Sunday: 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm
Monday – Saturday: 10:00am
Saturday (Vigil): 7:00pm

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St. John’s

St John’s Community Hospital
Munster Hill. Chaplain: Fr. Patrick Sinnott.
Enniscorthy Tel: (053) 923 3228

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Tuesday & Friday: 11.30am St John’s Hospital Chapel.
Thursday: 11.30am in the Oratory of the New Hospital.
Sunday: 11.15am in the Chapel.

NOTE: Booking Masses at St John’s may ONLY be done by contacting Fr Sinnott in St John’s.

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Notices

Parish Accounts 2015

Dear Parishioner,

Download the Parish Accounts 31st December 2015

We present the attached parish Income & Expenditure accounts for the year ended 31st December 2015 which have been approved by the parish committee and filed with the Charity Regulator as part of the Diocesan Parish Consolidated Accounts. These accounts have been prepared by the parish accountant Eugene T. Doyle & Co. Ltd. and audited by the Diocesan auditor Sheil Kinnear Chartered Accountants. The parish finance committee is engaged in a process to construct a parish balance sheet of next year’s accounts to include all parish property which is entirely in community use together with a list of all trust funds held for the support of charitable causes and income of the priests of the parish. We attach a reconciliation of all parish bank accounts held at the 31st December 2015 to include the development fund.

We would like to thank you sincerely for your generosity during the year, with particular thanks to all who contribute regularly in the weekly envelope collection. We would also like to thank all people who support our various collections and fund raising events and give practical voluntary help to the parish during the year. The main objective of the parish committee is to ensure proper accounting of the donations which you give and the expenditure of that money on the day to day running of the parish along with the development fund for future renovation of the church.

If you have any questions or queries in relation to these accounts we would be more than happy to hear from you or indeed if you wish approach any member of the finance committee.

With God’s blessing,

Fr. Odhran Furlong, Adm.
Garrett O’Gorman, Vice Chairman

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PUBLICISE YOUR EVENTS/ACTIVITIES IN THE PARISH NEWSLETTER

If you are a ‘not for profit’ community group/club/organisation and would like to publicise upcoming events or report on your club or groups activities, then you can do so through our Parish Newsletter.  All notices must be received in writing. Please send your notice into the Parish Office before 6pm each Wednesday.

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Welcome to Our Parish

Céad míle fáilte to our parish website! We want to make our parish website an interesting and worthwhile location for both parishioners and visitors to keep up to date with what’s happening in our parish. We hope that all parish and community groups will see it as a useful resource for getting information out to people. We welcome your feedback!

Mass Times

St. Aidan’s, Cathedral

Mass Times

Sunday: 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm
Monday – Saturday: 10:00am
Saturday (Vigil): 7:00pm

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St. John’s

St John’s Community Hospital
Munster Hill. Chaplain: Fr. Patrick Sinnott.
Enniscorthy Tel: (053) 923 3228

Mass Times

Tuesday & Friday: 11.30am St John’s Hospital Chapel.
Thursday: 11.30am in the Oratory of the New Hospital.
Sunday: 11.15am in the Chapel.

NOTE: Booking Masses at St John’s may ONLY be done by contacting Fr Sinnott in St John’s.

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Upcoming Events

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Notices

Parish Accounts 2015

Dear Parishioner,

Download the Parish Accounts 31st December 2015

We present the attached parish Income & Expenditure accounts for the year ended 31st December 2015 which have been approved by the parish committee and filed with the Charity Regulator as part of the Diocesan Parish Consolidated Accounts. These accounts have been prepared by the parish accountant Eugene T. Doyle & Co. Ltd. and audited by the Diocesan auditor Sheil Kinnear Chartered Accountants. The parish finance committee is engaged in a process to construct a parish balance sheet of next year’s accounts to include all parish property which is entirely in community use together with a list of all trust funds held for the support of charitable causes and income of the priests of the parish. We attach a reconciliation of all parish bank accounts held at the 31st December 2015 to include the development fund.

We would like to thank you sincerely for your generosity during the year, with particular thanks to all who contribute regularly in the weekly envelope collection. We would also like to thank all people who support our various collections and fund raising events and give practical voluntary help to the parish during the year. The main objective of the parish committee is to ensure proper accounting of the donations which you give and the expenditure of that money on the day to day running of the parish along with the development fund for future renovation of the church.

If you have any questions or queries in relation to these accounts we would be more than happy to hear from you or indeed if you wish approach any member of the finance committee.

With God’s blessing,

Fr. Odhran Furlong, Adm.
Garrett O’Gorman, Vice Chairman

Advertise in the Parish Newsletter

PUBLICISE YOUR EVENTS/ACTIVITIES IN THE PARISH NEWSLETTER

If you are a ‘not for profit’ community group/club/organisation and would like to publicise upcoming events or report on your club or groups activities, then you can do so through our Parish Newsletter.  All notices must be received in writing. Please send your notice into the Parish Office before 6pm each Wednesday.

Contributing to life in St. Aidan’s Parish

We are privileged to work with the community of St. Aidan’s Parish in its life of prayer and service. Our community is a happy one in which much good is done. Both of us rejoice in this goodness. We hope to continue with the excellent work of our priestly predecessors and the committees of the parish. Therefore, this leaflet is an acknowledgement of all the good that is done by so many. If you are one of the people who contribute to the life of this parish by voluntary effort, financial support, or both, we say a sincere thank you and encourage you to continue that involvement. However, if you have not, up to this, been involved with us, but are well disposed to the Church, and are positive to such involvement, then this leaflet is your invitation to join with us in continuing this good work.

In this leaflet you will find a variety of ways in which you can be involved and put your gifts at the service of all.

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Parish Shop

Our shop is located in the parish office (in the Presbytery) and is open during office hours.

Christmas stock now in. Come in and have a browse, lovely gift ideas.

Advent Calendars now available also.

 

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Statues of Saints, Angel statues, First Communion Sets, Rosary Beads, Finger Rosary, Holding Cross, Holy Water Font, Pins, Chains, Baptismal Candles,

Parish Cemetries

Our Cemeteries are sacred places and it is our duty to care for these sacred resting places.

We ask each person to respect these resting places and the graves and property of other people who visit. It is an offence to dump rubbish other than cemetery waste in St. Mary’s Cemetery. Please dispose of your rubbish in the proper manner.

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