Parish Mass Times:
Moycarkey: Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 10.00am; Saturday at 6.30pm; Radio Link – tune into 105.1.
Littleton: Monday to Friday at 9am; Sunday at 12.00.
Two-Mile-Borris: Monday at 10.00am & Sunday at 10.30am.
Masses live streamed from Littleton: https://www.churchservices.tv/littleton
Parish Office: The Office will be closed next week for holidays.
Dates for Graveyard Masses:
Two Mile Borris 2nd July @ 10.30am
Littleton 9th July @ 12.00 noon
Moycarkey – St. Peter’s Cemetery 15th July @ 6.30pm
Ballymoreen Cemetery 16th July @ 12.00 noon
First Friday: Communion calls to the sick and the housebound at the usual times.
Parish Lottery: Congratulations to Margaret Kelly winner of this week’s Parish Lotto. The Jackpot now stands at €1,825.
Thurles Lions Club: Are holding a Coffee Morning and Open Day at Two Mile Borris Vintage Museum E41 EE95 on Sunday 2nd July between 10.30 and 3pm. Monies raised will benefit local charities including Two-Mile-Borris National School. Everybody is welcome.
Holy Face Prayer Group: Fr. Brendan Walsh will celebrate Mass in Our Lady and St. Kevin’s Church, Littleton on Tuesday 4th of July @ 7p.m. Holy face prayers at 6p.m. Healing service on the night. All are welcome.
We remember in our prayers those who have died:
Ciarán McCormack, 5 Dun Muilleann, Mill Road, Thurles.
We pray for those whose anniversaries occur at this time:
Tom & Mary Gleeson, Parkstown; Kathleen Purcell, formerly of Ballytarsna (Saturday 1st of July @ 6.30pm).
Daniel and Catherine O’Regan; Joseph McCormack late of Kylenoe, Horse & Jockey; Denis Nagle, Knockroe & deceased members of the Nagle & O’Donoghue families (Saturday 8th of July @ 6:30p.m.)
Mairead Ryan, Ballybeg (1st Anniversary); Kathleen Maher, Ballymoreen (1st Anniversary); Paddy & Chrissie Moloughney, & their son Fr. Paudie Moloughney, Laharden. (Sunday 2nd of July @ 12.00 noon).
Catherine Ryan, Ballybeg (Wednesday 5th of July @ 9:00 a.m.)
Two Mile Borris:
Philip & Biddy Purcell, Ballyerk (Sunday 2nd July @ 10.30am).
God looked around his garden and found an empty place,
He then looked down upon the earth and saw your tired face.
He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest.
God’s garden must be beautiful. He always takes the best.
He knew that you were suffering. He knew you were in pain.
He knew that you would never get well on earth again.
He saw the road was getting rough and the hills were hard to climb.
So he closed your weary eyelids and whispered, ‘Peace bethine’.
It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn’t go alone,
For part of us went with you. The day God called you home.