June 26th 2022

We need your guidance, Lord, to discern our path in life.




Sat. June 25th  8pm        Lily and Eddie Coen, Ballinderry.


Sat. July 2nd  8pm         Michael, Margaret, Billy and Micheal Hogan, Bellvue.



Sun.  June 26th  9.30am       Damien Malone, Bellevue   – 1st Anniversary                                           Damien Darcy, Curnamult,   Vera Downey, Terryglass. 

                                            Joan Dwyer, Ballinderry.


Sun.  July 3rd  9.30am       Jimmy Cahalan, Cloninaha  – Months Mind

                   Johnny Nevin, Claregalway and Terryglass – Months Mind

                                    Danny and Priscilla O’Donoghue, Gortmore,

                       Pat and Mary Walsh, Slevoyre and deceased members        

                       of the Passion family, Philippines.


Priest’s June Collection envelopes still welcome.

Peters Pence envelopes due this weekend.  This Collection goes to the upkeep of the Vatican and the Diocesan Administration.



Terryglass – Sun June 26th  at 9.30am.     Kilbarron – Sat July 9th  at 8pm.       

Please contact families outside the parish who have relatives buried here.


FIRST FRIDAY on Friday July 1st is also the Feast of the Great Irish Saint, St. Oliver Plunket.   Mass  in Kilbarron at 9am.


Holy G

host Mission Appeal  Members of the Missionary Society of the Spiritans (Holy Ghost Missions) visit us next weekend July 2nd and 3rd.

They will preach at all Masses on their Missionary Work and take up a Retiring Collection as you leave mass.


We welcome Caoimhe Grace Noonan and Aoife Marie Noonan into our Christian Community.

CONGRATULATIONS to the pupils from Terryglass N.S. who recently won the County inter-schools hurling final in Semple Stadium .  Well done to all involved.


National Synod Gathering Athlone

Last Saturday 160 people gathered from across the Irish Church in Athlone.  The themes emerging from the Synodal Process are the same right across the country. “While each diocese had its own particular experience of the Synodal Pathway, nevertheless what we heard today were many common themes emerging across the country – North and South – such as:

  • The continuing importance of faith in people’s lives.
  • Reflections on our sense of belonging to church;
  • Expressions of how abuse is part of the story of the Church.
  • A call for much greater roles of women at all levels in the future of Church.
  • Attention to sexuality, relationships and LGBTQI+ concerns.
  • The importance of education, catechesis, youth, family and co-responsible leadership.
  • Lay ministry, culture and the impact of Covid-19; as well as to faith formation, clergy and liturgy.


Men’s shed meeting every Tuesday from 7 to 9 pm in Borrisokane Community Centre. New members welcome.  Contact 087 2724247 for further details.


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