13 February 2022 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time


Holy Water is available in the Cathedral. Ask Maura, the Sacristan.


Numbers you may find useful to have

ALONE (Support for Elderly): 0818 222024

AWARE (Support for anxious/depressed): 1800 80 48 48

CHILDLINE (Support for Children) 1800 666 666

MABS (money advice & budgeting service) 0818 07 2000

MEN’S AID (Domestic Abuse/Violence) 01 5543811

PIETA HOUSE (Mental Health) 1800 247 247

SAMARITANS (Someone to Talk to) 116 123

SOSAD phone line 24 hours a day – 049 4326339

TERMANN (Domestic Abuse): 085 8102433

WOMEN’S AID (Domestic Abuse/Violence) 1800 341 900


CONFESSIONS in Cathedral Saturday 2.30pm -3pm


Baptisms in our Parish

Booking essential at 049 4331404

Please give 4-6weeks notice.

Recent Baptisms

We welcome into the Christian Community Heidi Coombes Morris, Emma McCracken Reilly, Réiltín McGovern, Brogan Frawley and all who were baptised recently.


CHY3 FORMS

It would be much appreciated if you could sign and return the CHY 3 form if one was included with your receipt.


Mass Cards, Sympathy Cards, Get Well Cards and Mass Bouquets are available to purchase in the Cathedral Bookshop (open at weekend Masses) and also from the Presbytery.


Eucharistic Adoration St Clare’s Chapel

11am to 7pm daily. In order to facilitate social distancing, it will be held in the main part of the church until further notice. New members to undertake 1 hour of pray per week in the presence of the Blessed of the Sacrament are especially welcome. Contact Liam at 087 2358440 to arrange your hour.

Next Sunday’s Readings

First Reading: First Samuel 26: 2, 7-9, 12-13, 22-23

Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 103: 1-2, 3-4, 8, 10, 12-13

Second Reading: First Corinthians 15: 45-49

Alleluia: John 13: 34

Gospel: Luke 6: 27-38


CONGRATULATIONS 2nd February marked the 25th anniversary of the episcopal ordination of Bishop Leo O’Reilly. We wish Bishop Leo many more years of health and happiness


Contributions towards upkeep of our Priests and Bishop

These are our account details if you wish to contribute to the upkeep of our priests in the parish. You can make a once off payment or set up a standing order.


Name of bank account Parish of Urney and Annagelliff Monthly Collection Account

Account number: 58366057

BIC: AIBKIE2D

IBAN: IE85 AIBK 9320 5158 3660 57

Bank name and address: AIB, 41 Main St., Cavan

Thank you to all who contribute by envelope weekly and monthly and to all who contribute by standing order. Your generosity is much appreciated.


DUES ENVELOPES for 2022

Envelopes available for collection from the Presbytery, Farnham St., Cavan


Guardian Angel

Angel of God, my Guardian dear, to whom His love commits me here, ever this day (night) be at my side, to light and guard, to rule and guide. Amen.


Mass Intentions for this week

CATHEDRAL

Fr Gerard Finegan

Ann Clarke, Drummurry, Crossdoney

Ann Mc Carthy & son John, Latt

Emer O’Reilly, St Phelim’s Place

Sunday 13th 8.30am

No Intention

Sunday 13th 10am

Dessie Scanlon, Corlurgan

Tommy Mc Hugh, Highfield Rd

Lisa Fay, Swellan

Peter, Sue & Sean Fay & Anna Gunning, Glenside Rd

Daniel Armstrong


Sunday 13th 11.30am

Delia & Terry Murphy, Fairview & deceased of Murphy & Pryce families

Mary Ellen & Packie Carroll, College St. & deceased members of Connors family

Jimmy Coyle, College St.

Monday 14th 10am

Francis Joseph Cafferty & deceased of Mc Kiernan & Cafferty families

Tuesday 15th 10am

Evelyn Kelly, Brookeside, Farnham Rd

Wednesday 16th 10am

Peadar Mac Seain, Monery, Crossdoney

Boguslaw Osinski, Castlemanor


Thursday 17th 10am

Philip, Ellen & David Lee, Cavan

Friday 18th 10am

Deceased members of Cavan Post Office

Saturday 19th 10am

Jim, James & Annie Mulvany

Saturday 19th 7.30pm

Hughie Smith, ‘Rineen’, Swellan Lr.

Patrick Timoney, Earlsvale Rd. & deceased members of Lawlor family

Brady family, Corlurgan

Sunday 20th 8.30am

People of the Parish

Sunday 20th 10am

John & Paddy Mc Gowan, Adaragh House, Swellan Upr, & deceased family members

Mary Mac Keown, James Kehoe

Mary Anne Clarke, Bailieborough


St. Clare’s Chapel

Monday 14th 7.30pm

Special Intention

Tuesday 15th 7.30pm

John & Elizabeth Sheridan & deceased family members, Butlersbridge

Thursday 17th 8am

Angela Kerssbeeck, Kilnavara

Killygarry

Sunday 13th 9.30am

Malo Reilly, Annagelliff

Lena Gumley, Shankill Upr.

Friday 18th 7.30pm

Jimmy & Dympna Cusack, Shankill

Sunday 20th 9.30am

Malo Reilly, Annagelliff

Lena Gumley, Shankill Upr.


BUTLERSBRIDGE

Sunday 13th 10.30am

People of the Parish

Wednesday 16th 7.30pm

Jimmy & Eileen Greenan, Ballyhaise & Lizzy Condell, Butlersbridge

Friday 18th 7.30pm

Michael Cryan, Mick & Mary Foynes, Butlersbridge

Sunday 20th 10.30am

Brendan Farrell, Butlersbridge

Mary & Pa Leddy, Coolboyogue


We remember in our prayers

MONICA FARRELL, Shankill

KATHLEEN KITSON, Rathdrum

MARCELLA MURRIN (nee Kelly), Cloone & Dublin, sister of Peter Kelly, Keadue

and all who died recently.

AL ANON -Are you affected by someone else's drinking? Al-Anon family groups offer support for families and friends of alcoholics. Cavan Al-Anon group meeting is held every Wednesday night at 8pm on Zoom. Details on

http://www.al-anon-ireland.org/electronic-meetings


Cuan Cancer Support Centre is a social support & wellness group for anyone who has had a cancer diagnosis & their family members. We offer a free & confidential counselling service to our service users & their families by appointment. Check out Cuans Website (www.cuancavancancer.ie) for more details on services or contact the centre Mon, Wed & Fri. 10am-1pm & 2-4pm. Ph:086 4556632 Email: cuan@cavan.ie


CAVAN SOCIAL SERVICES The following weekly activities continue in THE ORCHARD Function Room, Drumalee: Wednesdays: Knitting and crafts 3-5pm

Thursdays: Whist 8.30pm. New members welcome.


Thank you to all who contributed to CAPS (Cavan Autism Parents Support) church gate collection. Total raised €1,056.22


5km Night Run / Walk on Wednesday 16 March 2022 in memory of Johnny McCormack. Register online at www.active.com Proceeds to St. Christopher's Hospice.


Legion of Mary Meetings resume on 15th February at 8pm in the Cathedral.


MARY'S MEALS CAVAN WANTS YOUR COPPERS. If you have any 1c, 2c, or 5c at home that are piling up, we want them. We will also take any old coins, foreign coins, sterling coins that are no longer needed or useful to you. Mary's Meals provides a daily meal to the world's most vulnerable children in their place of education at a cost of just 9c per meal. Thus, the donation of any coppers or other unwanted coins is potentially life changing for an individual child. We have recently become involved in a school feeding programme in Yemen, providing meals to over 4,000 children - your coppers matter. Please contact Caoimhe at 0863745756 if you wish to donate and collection will be arranged. Further information on the charity can be found at marysmeals.ie