Killenaule – Moyglass Community Notes – 5/Oct/14

Advance Notice: First Holy Communion Dates for 2015:

Moyglass Sat 2nd May at 11am

Killenaule / Ballinure Sat 16th May at 11am

No date yet for Confirmation 2015.

Next Stained Glass Windows Committee Meeting on Tuesday 14th Oct at 7.30pm

Next 150 years Celebration Meeting on Tuesday 14th Oct at 8.30pm


Sunday Reflection

The Second Reading today speaks of the significance of what we allow to enter our minds. It encourages us to feed our minds with whatever is true; whatever is lovely; whatever is admirable; whatever is excellent. And it offers the promise that the peace of God will ‘guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus’. And yet we also know that many people have little control over what enters their minds on account of conditions such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and other mental health issues. Let us remember today all for whom the daily thoughts of the mind are a constant struggle.

Advance Notice

Slieveardagh Rural Development will run a Christmas Cookery Demonstration with Naomi (from Naomi’s Restaurant in Thurles) in St. Mary’s Hall on Wed 19th November 2014 from 7.30pm-10.30pm. A great night of Cookery plus sampling of dishes; lots of ideas for Christmas Meals. This will be a ticket affair – limited numbers. Tickets will cost €10 and will be available from the Slieveardagh Centre Killenaule. Tickets will be advertised once they become available. To pre-book a ticket please contact the Centre on 052-9156165

The Most Holy Rosary

The month of October is dedicated to the most Holy Rosary. The Feast of the Holy Rosary is held on October 7th.

Best of Luck to Killenaule Senior / Junior Hurling Teams

Playing in the South Final against Mullinahone.

In Clonmel at 1pm & 3pm. All support appreciated.

Senior Citizens members of the club met up on Wednesday 8th October for the monthly meeting. Usual game of bingo and exercises. There was also entertainment and afternoon tea.

ARA monthly meeting at the local branch takes place on Thursday 9th October note change of date for this month.

Tipperary Hurlers – Well done to the Tipperary Senior hurling team on a great performance over the last year. We may not have won the Liam McCarthy cup but our Killenaule players have made us very proud. Well done.

Centra – Walk for Breast Cancer on Sunday 12 October at 1pm outside Centra.

Next Garden Club meeting Tuesday 15th October at 8pm in the Heritage Centre. There will be a brig and buy sale also.

Slieveardagh Miners Calendar 2015 – This beautiful calendar of great historical content is a must have in any household. The calendar depicts local history and photos of the local mines and miners. Each month tells a different story which makes this a collector’s item. Limited copies – on sale in Slieveardagh Centre Killenaule for €12 (A3 Size—Large)

Call (052) 915165.

Beginner’s Microsoft Excel Course – Are you a Club Treasurer to do you look at a Spreadsheet and think I would love to be able to do that!! Slieveardagh has the answer for you. 10 week Excel Course will commence in Slieveardagh Enterprise Centre, Killenaule in November 2014; every Tuesday Night from 7-9pm.Learn everything about keeping accounts using Excel plus much more.We are the only place offering Excel on it’s own as this is usally run with other modules. ONLY 1 PLACES REMAINING – EARLY BOOKING ADVISED

Other Courses also on Offer. Contact Corina or Aoife on 052-9156165 to book a place.

Senior Citizen’s Meeting On Wednesday 8th October at 2.30pm. New members always welcome. We also need helpers, if anyone has a few hours to spare once a month call Mary on 087– 6486114.

Sunday 5th October – Day for Life

Today is Day for Life. Celebrated annually by the Catholic Church in Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. A day dedicated to celebrating the dignity of life from conception to natural death, this year focuses on the theme: Protect and Cherish Life. It seems a little strange that we have a need for a Day for Life – a day when we are reminded, bring to mind the importance and sacredness of life. Life seems to be the one precious gift that we can easily take for granted until something happens to remind us how fragile it is.Whether it is a sudden death, watching with horror the reactions of the families of those on Flight MH17 or the daily atrocities of those suffering in Gaza. The readings today remind us we have a mission to live, celebrate, cherish and protect the life we are given.