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To access the webcam for Masses log on to www.churchservices.tv and enter ‘midleton’ in the search box or click this link. Sunday Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Sunday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekday Masses: Monday to Saturday 10am in line with…
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Feast days this week

Wednesday 13th, St. Hilary of Poitiers (315-367) c.353 was elected bishop of Poitiers and distinguished himself in his stand against the heresy of Arianism. He was exiled by the emperor Constantius from 356 to 359 and used that time to…
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Pope Francis, “Fratelli tutti”

Chapter Two of ‘Fratelli tutti’ is based on the parable of the Good Samaritan. Pope Francis begins exploring the parable within its context. The understanding of relationships in Old and New Testament are presented in nn.57 to 62. He refers…
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Bible Corner

Between now and February 6th the First reading at most of the weekend Masses is taken from the Letter to the Hebrews. The place, date and writer of this book of the New Testament are uncertain and much debated. It…
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Quote from St. Teresa of Avila

Quote: “The surest way to determine whether one possesses the love of God is to see whether he or she loves his or her neighbour. These two loves are never separated. Rest assured, the more you progress in love of…
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Mass Times

Sunday Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Sunday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekday Masses: Monday to Friday 8am and 10am; Saturday 10am in line with Covid19 restrictions. The restrictions are at level 5. No Congregations for daily and Sunday Masses until further…
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Feast days this week

Tuesday January 5th, St. Charles of St. Andrew (1821-1893) Born in Holland, he became a Passionist priest in 1846 and came to Mount Argus in Dublin in 1857. Was renowned as a confessor and a supporter of the poor of…
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The Pope’s Intentions for January

Intention for Evangelisation – Human Fraternity. “May the Lord give us the grace to live in full fellowship with our brothers and sisters of other religions, praying for one another, open to all.”

Pope Francis, “Fratelli tutti”

Pope Francis finished Chapter One with two paragraphs on hope and begins Chapter Two, nn.56-86, entitled ‘A Stranger on the Road’ referring to the importance of keeping a sense of joy and hope in the midst of the negative aspects…
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Bible Corner

During the Christmas season the Prologue of John’s Gospel is used three times in the liturgy: for the Day Mass on Christmas Day, the 7th Day of the Octave of Christmas 31st December and on the Second Sunday of Christmas….
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Quote

With Thursday being the feast of the patron saint of canon law the quote today is based on the last canon in the Code of Canon Law. “The supreme law is the salvation of souls”

Mass Times

Sunday, 27th Saturday Vigil 6.10pm Sunday Morning 8am, 10am and Noon Weekday Masses this week: Monday December 28th to Friday January 1st, 10am and 7.30pm. Masses at usual times from Saturday January 2nd onwards in line with Covid19 restrictions. The…
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