HOLY WEEK CEREMONIES
Holy Thursday – 10am Chrism Mass St Marys Cathedral, Cork. 5pm Mass in Knockavilla, 7.30pm Mass of The Lord’s Supper in Innishannon, 9.30-10.30pm Holy Hour in Innishannon. Good Friday 10.30am Children’s Stations of the Cross in Innishannon, 3pm Stations of the Cross, Innishannon, 8pm Celebration of The Passion of the Lord in Knockavilla. Holy Saturday – Confession 11.30-12.30 in Innishannon & 3-4pm in Knockavilla. Easter Vigil in the Holy Night 9pm in Innishannon (no 6.30pm Mass).
Station Mass Station for Ballymurphy on Wednesday May 1st at 10.15am in Mary & Donal O’Riordan’s. Station for Russell Hill & Crowhill on Friday 24th May at 8pm in Teresa & Martin Cremin’s.
Priests Easter Collection will take place Easter Sunday 21st April(Only collection that day). Only two collections per year go directly to the priest, this Easter Collection & the Christmas Collection. Envelopes are available in both Churches.
We pray for Emer Cripps, Crossbarry, Paddy Flynn, Enniscrone, Co Sligo and Fr. Jim Pollock I.C., Clonmel who died recently.
We pray for Carmel Moffatt, Cumbria/Kilpatrick, Liam Manning, Manchester/Innishannon, Ita Cronin, Curra, Joan Collins, Crowhill, Norah Walsh, Aherla, Colin Callanan, Rathnaroughy, William O Brien, Newbridge, Co Kildare and Jimmy & Terry Kenefick, Bishopstown.
We welcome Robyn Helen Kelly, Castlelack, Bandon, Michael Joseph Forde, Slievegullane, Innishannon and Alan Bernard Lynch, Grange, Co Cork to the Christian Community.
There will be an extra collection on Good Friday for Holy Places.
The Friendship Club
18th April: Music with Roy, 25th April: Talk on stair lifts & bingo, 2nd May: Music & song with Innishannon N.S, 9th May: Storytelling with John Kehilly. Transport provided, new members welcome. Call Kathleen 087-7613184/Assumpta 087-9578127.
Will hold their A.G.M down stairs at 8pm in the Parish Hall on April 16th. Please come for discussions and ideas on how to improve Innishannon. Everybody welcome.
Alzheimer’s Tea Day
Thursday 2nd May is National Alzheimer’s Tea Day. That morning a fundraiser will be held in the home of Alice Taylor. This funding helps to give the carers of Alzheimer’s patients an occasional break. On that day please remember those who cannot.
Would like to invite new and existing members to our AGM on Wednesday next 17th April at 8.30pm in Knockavilla Community Hall. Refreshments served. All welcome.
Gurrane National School Clothes Collection
Please donate clean unwanted adult & children’s clothes, also sheets, blankets, towels, curtains, paired shoes, handbags, belt’s & soft toys. No pillows or duvets accepted. Items can be dropped during school hours to the school hall from Monday 29th April up until 9.30am Tuesday 7th May. If school hours don’t suit please contact 086-3478903 and we will arrange collection from you. Check out www.gurranens.ie , our Facebook page www.facebook.com/gurranens.
Valley Rovers GAA Lotto
No Jackpot winner last week. GAA Lotto is on Sunday 14th April 2019 in The Crossbarry Inn. Jackpot €7,250. Last week’s numbers were 06-13-28-31. Winners of €20: Sean Lynch, Frank Jones & Nelie McCarthy c/o Johnny’s, Thomas O’Donovan, Bandon, Trish Lordan, Tony Dronsfield, Anne Murphy & Mary O’Reilly c/o Innishannon, Denis & Sinead Horgan c/o O’Sullivan’s Centra & Mary Murphy, Kilmore.
South East U21A Football Final Valley Rovers v Carrigaline Sunday April 14th in Ballygarvan at 12noon. Intermediate Hurling League v Meelin Wednesday April 17th in Mournabbey at 8pm. Junior A Hurling League v Ballinhassig Friday April 19th in Ballinhassig at 7.15pm.
Kilmacsimon Rowing & Swimming Club Lotto Results & Music Bingo Night
Kilmacsimon Rowing Club will host Music Bingo in Barrett’s Bar, Killeady on April 19th at 9pm. Bingo with a twist, books are €10 and there will be lots of prizes on the night. Lotto Results April 8th. Numbers drawn – 8, 31, 33. No jackpot winner. €35 winners: Phil and Sinead c/o Fiddlers. Tony Crowley c/o The Kilmichael Bar, Christopher Hennessy c/o Barrett’s, Killeady. Next week’s jackpot is €5,650 and will be held in Fiddlers Bar, Bandon on Monday April 15th.
Bandon Flower & Garden Club
Present a gardening talk by D J Murphy in The Munster Arms Hotel on Monday April 15th at 8 pm. Visitors very welcome. e
STATIONS OF THE CROSS have been prayed for many centuries; through this devotion we are better able to appreciate and understand the suffering that Jesus endured out of love for each one of us.
The First Station: Jesus is condemned to die.
How do I act when I am unfairly accused even though I did nothing wrong?
The Second Station: Jesus takes up his cross.
What can I do when I must shoulder an almost impossible load?
The Third Station: Jesus falls for the first time.
How do I act when I struggle to do what I am expected to do?
The Fourth Station: Jesus meets his mother.
How can I comfort the heartbroken?
The Fifth Station: Simon helps Jesus carry his cross.
Do I willingly help others in need?
The Sixth Station: Veronica wipes the face of Jesus.
What can I do when someone is hurt or is suffering?
The Seventh Station: Jesus falls a second time.
What can I do when someone is tired and needs assistance?
The Eighth Station: Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem.
How can I comfort the frightened?
The Ninth Station: Jesus falls the third time.
Who do I turn to when I can barely move forward?
The Tenth Station: Jesus is stripped of his garments.
How can I help to provide the basic necessities for those in need?
The Eleventh Station: Jesus is nailed to the cross.
How can I help someone who is defenseless in the face of cruelty.
The Twelfth Station: Jesus dies on the cross.
What can I do to forgive someone who has hurt me?
The Thirteenth Station: Jesus is taken down from the cross.
What can I do when a friend needs my help?
The Fourteenth Station: Jesus is laid in the tomb.
How can I help someone who is grieving?