Parish Pilgrimage to Clonard Novena 2022
We plan to organise a bus to Clonard Novena from the Parishes of Greenlough & Lavey.
We hope to attend the 11.30am Novena Mass
on Tuesday 21st June.
Please contact Paddi in the Parish Office by Tuesday 7th June to book your seat.
Tel: 028 2582 1190; Email: email@example.com
Commemoration of the Faithful Departed
and Blessing of Graves,
Sunday 19th June 2022 at 3.00pm
Holy Water: Water will be blessed at all Masses on
Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th June.
Car Parking: Please follow the stewards’ instructions and avoid parking along the road, to ensure a free flow of traffic before and after the ceremony.
Collection: An opportunity will be provided for those who wish to make a donation towards the upkeep of the cemetery.
Thank you for your
Continuous Prayer Movement for Marriage & Family Life
“Search and you will find.”
Again, William Barclay says that a better translation for this is:
”Keep on searching and you will find”.
We get very used to things the way they are. This is true even when things are not good. We settle for ‘no change’.
When Our Lady was asked to become the Mother of God the question she asked was: “How can this come about?”
That is the
Greenlough Parish – Covid-19 Regulations Update
- We would like to acknowledge your great efforts adhering to all the guidelines since we re-opened our Churches. A very special thanks to our team of volunteers working behind the scenes before and after all Masses.
- In recent weeks we have seen an increase in the presence of the Virus both in Northern Ireland and in our own area. The summer seemed to offer some respite but the present situation is a reminder
Please click on the link below to access the full statement on guidelines and information on the reopening
of St. Oliver Plunkett Church for Weekly Masses and Weekend Masses.
PARISHES OF GREENLOUGH AND LAVEY
STATEMENT FROM FR. EAMONN GRAHAM AND FR DERMOTT HARKIN
We are delighted that from Monday 29th June, feast of Saints Peter and Paul
that we will be able to have Mass open to the public.
Thankfully however, we now look forward to a beginning
Bann Valley Community Group Response to Covid-19
Bann Valley Community Group will be offering support to vulnerable or ‘shielded’ members of the local community over the coming weeks and months, mainly through the provision of grocery packs. These will consist of basic foodstuffs and household items that most people will find useful, but that some people may be finding difficult to obtain given the current circumstances.
If you or members of your family are self-isolating, or if you are
Palm Sunday – 5th April 2020 – Sunday Missalette
Please use this resource to help you pray from home during our weekend Masses.
Friday 20th March at 7.30pm via webcam only
Press Release - Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter, Wednesday 22 February 2017 – Immediate
Statement by the Catholic bishops in Northern Ireland in advance of the Assembly Election on 2 March 2017
- See below pastoral reflection A Better Future: towards a culture of life, care and hope for all
- See below ten questions for candidates who are standing in the Assembly elections
To our political leaders…
The premature collapse of our political institutions is a serious matter