Please click on the links below for the “Safeguarding Message for Sunday 4th March 2018” and the “Safeguarding Message” from Bishop Crean. Safeguarding Message for Sunday 4th March 2018 Safeguarding Message
St Vincent De Paul Afternoon Performance, Arts Centre, Killeagh Hall, Sunday November 29th, 3 PM. A stellar cast of performers is on the menu for an afternoon of entertainment on Sunday Afternoon, 29th November, 3 PM in the Arts Centre, Killeagh Hall. Midleton’s Charlie McAllister will be joined by Classical Guitarist , Killeagh’s own Alan McCarthy, Soprano Geraldine Landers, and the exciting Celebration Violin Duo Florence Firzgerald and Jeneffer O’Keeffee Smith. To honour the anniversary of composer Shostakovich, renowned pianist Susan Mannion O’Brien will be joined by up and coming pianist Maebh Fitzgerald, (Whitechurch), student at Cork School of Music, performing Concerto No 2. Duo of Bass Andy Jackson and Tenor Dan Sexton will sprinkle the proceedings with surprising humour. Don’t miss this lovely relaxing hour of entertainment, accompanied by hot mulled wine and mince pies. All proceeds go to the local branch of the Vincent De Paul. So enjoy and give at the same time. It’s a winner all round! See press for further details next week. Admission €10. Reservations: Colemans: Ring Ursula on 0876292646 or John on 0831795945
People enjoyed last Saturday’s spiritual walk so much that we are going to repeat the experience on the 2nd Saturday of each month between now and Christmas to see how it goes. Saturday November 8th at 8.30am Loosely themed on The Holy Souls Saturday December 13th at 8.30am Loosely themed on Advent Again – all meet on time 10 minutes before start time. Please put these dates in your diary and maybe invite one friend who hasn’t been, to accompany you.
On Saturday next 17th October, the Killeagh Choir will play host to visiting SATB Choir and soloists from Louth. The Tredagh Singers will perform their very eclectic programme along with delightful classical solos, duets and instrumental items from the Killeagh Ladies. Reservations from Coleman’s Newsagency 0831795945, and Fionnuala 0868354337 or any choir member. Seating limited. Admission €10.
A huge thank-you to everyone who turned out for the various Spiritfest events over the weekend. We didn’t do a huge amount of video, but here’s a clip of Scott Evans speaking at mass in Killeagh Church on Saturday evening.
Friday 25th 7.30pm Mass Of The Holy Spirit We begin Spiritfest by bringing together a number of the groups in our community to celebrate together. Our Celebration of the Eucharist will bring us together in Word, in Song and in Eucharist. Saturday 26th Saturday will kick off with a walk in the woods. Spiritwalk. People will gather in Glenbower Wood at 8am for a guided walk. On the morning of Saturday 26th September we will have a music workshop from 10am -12 pm with Ian Callanan. Ian Callanan is one of Ireland’s leading composers of liturgical music. He has been involved with liturgical music his entire life and has been composing music for over 20 years. He is an accomplished composer, arranger, score editor and workshop leader. Ian’s own works are undoubtedly inspired by Ireland’s great musical tradition. Such is the popularity of his music that it can be heard sung in the many varied languages throughout Europe. Much of his music has been used for television and radio broadcasts. Ian holds an honours masters’ degree in Religion and Culture from Mater Dei, Dublin and an honours degree in Music from NUI Maynooth. He is an active member of the Dublin Diocesan Music Commission as well as being a director of music for the Knockadoon Music and Liturgy Course, a national liturgical music formation program for youth and adult leaders. He is also the director of the “Emmanuel” programme, for the Dublin Diocese, which involves over 1000 secondary (high school) students, learning new liturgical music, culminating in a celebration concert. Over the past 10 years Ian has travelled throughout Ireland, Great Britan, Spain and the United States as a concert performer, workshop speaker, and retreat leader in the areas of liturgical music, liturgy and prayer. http://iancallanan.com/ Electric Picnic Unplugged On Saturday Afternoon we will have an open session / workshop hosted by Scott Evans. (Who is fresh back from hosting a tent at the Electric Picnic) Scott is inspirational, and describes himself as an ‘Author, blogger, speaker, hobo’ At 25, he become director of youth ministry for 150 Anglican churches in Ireland’s “sunny” Southeast. During this time, he pioneered a youth organisation called Elemental, trained up interns, started youth groups and helped develop youth drop-in centres throughout the region. At 29, Scott finished his first book, Closer Still, that “shot” to the top of the charts in Ireland’s biggest Christian bookshop after selling an incredible six copies in one week. A year later, he released his second book, Beautiful Attitudes: Living Out The Christian Manifesto, on Kindle that was incredibly successful whenever it was available for free. In early 2014, he released his third book, Failing From The Front (& Other Lessons From The Lives Of Losers), to the deafening silence of critics around the world. Wondering if it’s any good still keeps him up at night. Technically unemployed, Scott divides his time between speaking in North America and writing (READ: collecting social welfare payments) in Ireland. http://www.scottevans.ie/
GROW Community Mental Health Organisation is a mutual help group for people suffering from depression or any mental health or emotional difficulties. The local group meets every Wednesday evening, 7.30pm, in Cumann na Daoine, Youghal. Meetings are based on a 12-Step program and are anonymous, confidential and free-of-charge. For further information contact Finola on 086 7702807, Infoline 1890 474 474 or Website: www.grow.ie
Most of the Stations for Lent have now been filled. For more information go to our Calendar Page Thank you!
Below are the rotas for both Ministers of the Word and Ministers of the Eucharist for St John The Baptist Church in Killeagh. Eucharistic Ministers Rota Ministers of the Word Rota
There will be a training programme for Eucharistic Ministers during the month of March. The dates are 12th, 19th & 26th March. The liturgy group for Killeagh & Inch will meet on Wednesday 4th February at 8.30 in Killeagh church The next meeting of the pastoral council will take place on 3rd February at 8 pm