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
Mon Dec 1st: & Mon Dec 8th at 7.30pm- Two evenings with Tom Casey, OP – Reflection through slides and poems. Wed 3rd Dec – Advent Evening of Prayer -Fr. Frank Downes- “A voice cries in the Wilderness – Prepare the way of the Lord” – A time of prayer, reflection and sharing in preparation for Christmas. Fri 5th – 7th Dec – Advent Retreat – Finola Cunnane SSL – Cost – Res €165/Non Res €100. Sun 7th Dec – The Art of Discernment – Martina Lehane Sheehan – 3pm – 6pm – Cost €15 For more information, contact us: e-mail – email@example.com www.ennismore.ie Phone – 021 4502520 We look forward to welcoming you and hope you may be able to join us. Ennismore Retreat Team
CONVERSATIONS 021-4502520 ENNISMORE@EIRCOM.NET WWW.ENNISMORE.IE For three years or more, we in Ennismore have been conducting CONVERSATIONS each Monday evening from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. CONVERSATIONS are just that…a CONVERSATION around a topic. A speaker presents a topic, which is followed by a CONVERSATION, follows over tea or coffee for one hour plus. The following are dates for the ‘coming Monday CONVERSATIONS: Nov. 24th: SEEING A NEW WAY – Dr. Malgorzata D’Aughton, from the Medieval History Dept. of UCC will join others in presenting the poems and diary of a 13th century Irish Franciscan whose pilgrimage on foot to the Holy Land introduces him to new cultures, religions and ways which challenge him. In poetry and song, Malgorzata and others, will present this wonderful experience to us. In a globalized world and a multi-cultural Ireland, this 13th century poem, brought alive by Malgorzata, is a parable for our own time. Not to be missed! December 1st: and 8th: Two evenings with Tom Casey, OP. in reflection through slides and poems. Dates for 2015: January: Sacred Scripture and Islam 12th Gospel way 1 Benedict Hegarty, OP 19th Gospel way 2 Benedict Hegarty, OP 26th Dialoguing with Islam Benedict Hegarty, OP February: Living from the inside out! 2nd Compassionate Living Martina Lehane 9th Meister Eckhardt Philip McShane, OP 16th Meister Eckhardt goes East Stephen Cummins, OP 23rd To Live Justly *note 8.00pm Brendan Ryan March: Voices from the margins 2th Hear our Voice 1- AA, and NA Guest speaker(s) 9th Hear our Voice 2 –Prisoners Rosemary Corry-Fox 16th Hear our voice 3 – Immigration NASC 23rd Caring for the person – Christian Psychotherapy Pat Sheehan April: Being well and an Introduction to mysticism 13th Keeping Well –Being Well Annalisa Setti 20th Christian Mysticism 2 St John of the Cross – Terence O’ Reilly 27th Christian Mysticism 3 St Ignatius of Loyola – Terence O’Reilly May 4th Christian Mysticism 4 English Mystics –Stefan D. Reynolds ENNISMORE RETREAT CENTRE, MONTENOTTE, CORK
Jenkins’s ‘Armed Man’ to be performed again in Killeagh Church, Sunday November 23drd. Back by popular demand Karl Jenkins’s ‘Armed Man’ will be performed again in Killeagh Church with a choir of 80 voices and 40 piece orchestra. This spectacular and moving contemporary orchestral and choral work by Jenkins is so pertinent to the remembrance of World War 1 and our own 25th anniversary of peace that it is so fitting that this work be performed again. Tickets available from John Colemans newagency killeagh. Phone 024 05191 and 0872921864. 0868354337 and 0861642730. This performance is not to be missed.
The Parish Newsletter from the weekend of 18th/19th October
Thankfully, all the stations for this October/November have now been filled. For a full list of where the stations are on (and when) go to our calendar page.