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  • Clonguish Parish Website
    are very welcome to our parish website which we hope will be of some interest to Clonguish people at home and abroad Among the information you will find are items of historical interest more recent events plus pictures from various sources The Newsletter will be updated on a weekly basis If anyone has information or pictures which they think may be included in the website they should contact the parish Latest Parish News Homily notes of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin for Easter Vigil 2016 14 04 2016 The authors of the 1916 Proclamation were men of faith who dreamed dreams of hope for Ireland for the Irish people Why are you seeking the living among the dead In this night the entire Church of God slowly begins to break the silence of a Church in mourni Read On Pope Francis Message for Vocations Sunday 2016 The Church Mother of Vocations 14 04 2016 Pope Francis Message for Vocations Sunday 2016 The Church Mother of Vocations The World Day of Prayer for Vocations Vocations Sunday will be celebrated on Sunday 17 April on the theme The Church Mother of Vocations Read the text of the Pope s message Read On Educate politicians

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  • Clonguish Parish Website
    are very welcome to our parish website which we hope will be of some interest to Clonguish people at home and abroad Among the information you will find are items of historical interest more recent events plus pictures from various sources The Newsletter will be updated on a weekly basis If anyone has information or pictures which they think may be included in the website they should contact the parish Latest Parish News Homily notes of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin for Easter Vigil 2016 14 04 2016 The authors of the 1916 Proclamation were men of faith who dreamed dreams of hope for Ireland for the Irish people Why are you seeking the living among the dead In this night the entire Church of God slowly begins to break the silence of a Church in mourni Read On Pope Francis Message for Vocations Sunday 2016 The Church Mother of Vocations 14 04 2016 Pope Francis Message for Vocations Sunday 2016 The Church Mother of Vocations The World Day of Prayer for Vocations Vocations Sunday will be celebrated on Sunday 17 April on the theme The Church Mother of Vocations Read the text of the Pope s message Read On Educate politicians

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  • Untitled Page
    Services Times Dates MENU Newsletters Latest News Church Rota Parish Newsletter Current Archive 2016 Newsetter Archives 2016 Issue Date Type Size 10 Apr 2016 13 94 KB View File Clonguish

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  • Clonguish Parish Website - The Parish
    1864 Originally built in the gothic style the church was modernised in later years most recently in 2009 Newtownforbes An Lios Breac The Speckled Fort is the old Gaelic name for the village It possibly derives from a large ring fort that once existed at the northern end of the village The name Newtownforbes came into use c 1750 and reflects its close links with the Forbes family The lies

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  • Clonguish Parish Website - The Sacraments
    all the stages and all the important moments of Christian life they give birth and increase healing and mission to the Christian s life of faith There is thus a certain resemblance between the stages of natural life and the stages of the spiritual life The sacraments are devided into three The sacraments of Christian initiation Baptism Confirmation and the Eucharist The sacraments of healing Penance and the Anointing of

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  • Clonguish Parish Website - Time and Dates
    Saturday Vigil 7 00 p m Sunday Morning 10 30 a m St Mary s Drumlish Weekend Masses Saturday Vigil 8 00 p m Sunday 11 00 a m St Patrick s Ballinamuck Weekend Mass Sunday morning at 10 00 am Killoe Saturday Vigil 8 00 pm Sunday Morning Cullyfad at 9 30 am Ennybegs at 11 00 am Longford Saturday Vigil at 7 30 pm Sunday Morning 8 00

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  • Clonguish Parish: Homily notes of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin for Easter Vigil 2016
    as individuals but to human history and to the world around us Jesus resurrection is not like that of Lazarus He does not return to ordinary biological life which is always subject to death Lazarus was raised from the dead but he later died Jesus resurrection is definitive Neither is Jesus just a ghost someone who though already dead occasionally seems to reappear in the world of the living The risen Jesus in no way belongs to the realm of death Jesus has conquered death Jesus resurrection is a real event in real concrete history but an event that changes history The resurrection of Jesus Christ enters history as we have recalled in the great Exultet hymn as an explosion of light light which illuminates the darkness light which allows us to see reality as it is light which enables us to discern the good from what is evil Our liturgy this evening reminds us visibly how darkness already begins to be dispelled even when only one single flicker of light appears Even one single flicker of light can be the beginning of hope within any darkness This is the message which the Church is called to preach The Church is called to speak resurrection language not the language of death Even when surrounded by darkness that is tangible the presence of the Risen Lord is among us always creating a space and a hope of life Pope Francis writes Christ s resurrection is not an event of the past it contains a vital power which has permeated the world When all seems to be dead signs of the resurrection spring In the midst of darkness something always springs to life and sooner or later produces fruit On razed land life breaks through stubbornly yet invincibly Archbishop Mc Quaid often told the story of how he had a path in his garden sturdily rebuilt and tarred and was proud of how clean and sturdy and manageable it was Then one day only a few months later as he was doing his regular walk what did he see a beautiful delicate tiny green blade of grass breaking through his sturdily built path Resurrection breaks through stubbornly yet invincibly We remember in our prayers this evening all those for whom darkness seems impossible to overcome for whom darkness seems unbearable and without hope We remember those who grieve We remember those who feel abandoned We remember those for whom the darkness of their own past haunts them We remember those whose torment and anxiety tears away at their will even to live Wherever we encounter darkness the Christian must speak words of resurrection words which say to each of us in the darkness of our hearts that life and light are possible As a Christian community we are called to be light in the world We are called to be with those for whom darkness is excruciating and who see no future no hope Woe to a Church which with harsh words

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  • Clonguish Parish: Pope Francis’ Message for Vocations Sunday 2016: ‘The Church, Mother of Vocations’
    it is a con vocation The ecclesial dynamism of the call is an antidote to indifference and to individualism It establishes the communion in which indifference is vanquished by love because it demands that we go beyond ourselves and place our lives at the service of God s plan embracing the historical circumstances of his holy people On this day dedicated to prayer for vocations I urge all the faithful to assume their responsibility for the care and discernment of vocations When the Apostles sought someone to take the place of Judas Iscariot Saint Peter brought together one hundred and twenty of the brethren cf Acts 1 15 and in order to chose seven deacons a group of disciples was gathered cf 6 2 Saint Paul gave Titus specific criteria for the selection of presbyters cf Titus 1 5 9 Still today the Christian community is always present in the discernment of vocations in their formation and in their perseverance cf Apost Ex Evangelii Gaudium 107 Vocations are born within the Church From the moment a vocation begins to become evident it is necessary to have an adequate sense of the Church No one is called exclusively for a particular region or for a group or for an ecclesial movement but rather for the Church and for the world A sure sign of the authenticity of a charism is its ecclesial character its ability to be integrated harmoniously into the life of God s holy and faithful people for the good of all ibid 130 In responding to God s call young people see their own ecclesial horizon expand they are able to consider various charisms and to undertake a more objective discernment In this way the community becomes the home and the family where vocations are born Candidates gratefully contemplate this mediation of the community as an essential element for their future They learn to know and to love their brothers and sisters who pursue paths different from their own and these bonds strengthen in everyone the communion which they share Vocations grow within the Church In the course of formation candidates for various vocations need to grow in their knowledge of the ecclesial community overcoming the limited perspectives that we all have at the beginning To that end it is helpful to undertake some apostolic experience together with other members of the community for example in the company of a good catechist to communicate the Christian message together with a religious community to experience the evangelisation of the peripheries sharing in the life of the cloister to discover the treasure of contemplation in contact with missionaries to know more closely the mission ad gentes and in the company of diocesan priests to deepen one s experience of pastoral life in the parish and in the diocese For those who are already in formation the ecclesial community always remains the fundamental formational environment towards which one should feel a sense of gratitude Vocations are sustained by the Church After

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