St. Joseph’s Church Carrickmacross

Deus Vobiscum...May God Be With You

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Rev. Fr Larry Duffy PP                                                 Rev.Fr Padraig Mac Kenna CC
042 9664367                                                                      042 9661231
       

 
 



Parish Office
Parish Secretary: Yvonne
Tel: 042 9661231
Email: stjosephscarrickmacross@eircom.net
Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:00am to 12.30
All Information for Baptisms and Weddings is available in the Parish Office




THIRTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME 26TH OCTOBER 2014

PARISH NOTICES
Thank You Fr Mc Kenna wishes to express his sincere thanks to all who sympathised with him on the re
cent death of his father Patsy.

November Lists of the Dead: Lists are available at the front of the Church and may be returned to the box provided. A Novena of Masses will be offered in the month of November for all included on the Lists of the dead.

Mass duties for November
Collectors: Vigil: Eddie O’Neill, Brendan Doyle, Frank Rooney.9am: Macartan Murphy, Eddie Lee, Pauline Fox. 10.30am: Gene Mc Keown, Peter Ward. 12Noon: Pat Fitzgerald, Michael O’Reilly, Thomas Mc Gahon.
Weekday Readers:
Monday:        Mrs Teresa O’Hanlon
Tuesday:       Mary Deighan
Wednesday:  Noeleen Keenan
Thursday:      Rosaleen Haworth
Friday:           Carmileta Pyke
Saturday:      Jimmy Mc Mahon
Sunday Readers:
6.30pm:         Angela Corrigan
9am:              Thomas and Elizabeth Mc Eneaney
10.30am:       Pat Duffy
12 Noon:        Kathleen Shevlin
Help your parish to obtain a refund of tax related to your annual donations.
Background
Did you know that tax relief in respect of donations to this parish made on or after 1 January 2013 by individuals (whether self-assessed or PAYE-only taxpayers) is allowed to the parish rather than to the donor?
A donation which satisfies the conditions of section 848A TCA 1997 is grossed up at the specified rate (currently 31%) and the parish is deemed for the purposes of the relief to have received the grossed up amount net of tax deducted at the specified rate. For example, a person makes a cash donation of 300 to the parish in the tax year 2013. Under the tax relief scheme the parish is deemed to have received a donation of 434.78 (i.e. 300 grossed up at 31%) less tax deducted of 134.78. On the assumption that the person has paid income tax for 2013 of at least 134.78, the parish can obtain a refund of that amount from Revenue after the end of the tax year 2013.
All of the weekly envelope collections are eligible in calculating your annual donation.
How is tax relief claimed?
If you donate in excess of 250 annually you should complete an Enduring Certificate if you wish to allow the parish to claim tax relief in respect of donations you make to the parish during the lifetime of the certificate. An Enduring Certificate is valid for a period of 5 years, unless you cancel it before the end of that period. You should complete this form only in respect of donations for 2013 and subsequent years. Alternatively you may complete an annual certificate which is for a one year period only.
The form requires the parishioner to provide his or her PPS number and to sign the certificate.
If you require any assistance with completing the form please do not hesitate to contact us.
Your assistance with this is greatly appreciated.
Father L Duffy.
LOCAL NEWS AND EVENTS
Carrickmacross Jobs Club for unemployed people commencing on Tuesday 28th October at 9.30am in the Workhouse, Shercock Road. Includes C.V preparation, Cover letters, Interview Techniques and Job Searching. For further information contact Linda or Teresa on 0429748090.
Feile Samhain 2014: Emmets Centre, Carrickmacross. 31st October 2014. Gates open at 6.30pm. Music fireworks, fancy dress prize for best costume! Presented by Carrickmacross Town Council in association with An Garda Siochana.
Camcas work with ‘Sustainable Energy Authority’ to carry out the ‘Warmer Home Scheme’ providing Attic and cavity Wall Insulation. This is a free scheme , based on the following criteria: Ownership of your home which  was built prior to 2006 and in receipt of one of the following: Fuel Allowance, Family Income Supplement, Jobsekers allowance for over 6 months, and with a child under 7 years. If you think you are eligible, contact Camcas office on 049 9527384.
Friends of Lough Derg are having a Lough Derg station in St Josephs at 3pm TODAY. It takes approximately 1hr and it will be the same station as the third day pilgrimage at Lough Derg except you can keep on your shoes. Everybody welcome and we will offer it up for peace in the world.
The Friends of Carrick Cancer: The Dublin city marathon takes place on bank holiday Monday 27th October. Four locals are taking part in aid of the Friends of Carrick Cancer. They are Marion Martin, Lisa Kindlon, Paul Lynch, and Pat Mc Nally. If you would like to sponsor any of the above, they would be most grateful. We wish them all the best of luck!
Killanny Magpie Hill Walking Club next walk takes place on Sunday 2nd November, leaving from Killanny Car Park at 9am sharp. Brisk walk in the Cooley mountains to shake the cobwebs. Great turn out last Sunday for fabulous sunshine and scenery.
Historical Studies Fetac Course: Cavan and Monaghan Education and Training Board will commence a 15 week Fetac Level 4 course in Historical Studies in Carrickmacross Workhouse in the coming weeks. It will run over 15 Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 9.30pm and will cost 100 Euro, or will be free to people that qualify for the back to Education Initiative. For enquiries or to enroll contact Kathy O’Malley on 04771914.
Carrickmacross Wellness Centre Now Open. We cater for every aspect of your wellness, physical, emotional and spiritual. We still have place for some November classes. Trance yourself slim, Rest and Relaxation and improve your Self-Esteem. For further details contact Elizabeth on 0861984179.
P.T.A.A meeting will take place on Monday 27th October at 8pm in Teach Ui Bhriain. New Members welcome.
Pilates and Pilates on the Ball class : Morning and evening classes starting Tuesday 4th November at 8.30pm and Wednesday 5th November at 10.30am in the Phoenix Centre. For further details contact 0863081266.
C.A.R.A “Halloween Theme” meeting Monday 27th October from 2pm-4pm in Day Care Centre.


Mass Intentions for the Week

Saturday 25th October 10.00am: 6.30pm Vigil Mass:
Sunday 26th October 9.00am: 10.30am: M.M Mary Garland, 5 Castleblayney Road and Tommy and John Garland. Peter, Nora and Pat Callan, Trevor Mc Govern, Ray Jones and David Woods.  12Noon: Sandy and Peggy Fennell and deceased members of the Fennell family, Mullinary. Harry Conway, Main Street, Carrickmacross.
3pm: Lough Derg Station in St Joseph’s Church.
Monday 27TH October 10.00am: No Evening Mass.
Tuesday 28TH    October 10.00am: Dean Seamus Morris.
Wednesday 29TH October 10.00am: 7.30pm: Mick and Peggy Clarke, O’Neill Street.
Thursday 30TH    October 10.00am:
Friday 31ST    October 10.00am: P.J Brady, Rockdaniel Road.

Feast of All Saints   Saturday  November 1st.
6.30pm Vigil Mass:
9.00am: Patrick and Mary Daly and Owen and Mary Keenan.10.30am: M.M. Rose Ellen Murray, Derrylavan. Edmund Markey and deceased members of the Markey Family, Main Street.
                                                     All Souls Day        Sunday 2nd November

6.30pm Vigil Mass: Patsy, Elizabeth and Anna Duffy and deceased of Duffy Family, Derryolam. Joe Lappin, Cloughvalley. Deceased of Shevlin Family, Longfield.
9.00am: 10.30am: Maureen Mc Dermott, 33 Drummond Etra. May and Pat Mc Grath, Dublin.
12Noon: Nancy Lynch, 7 Ivy Court. James and Margaret Mc Nally, Ardee Road.

Recently Deceased: Patsy Mc Kenna, Castleshane. Brigid Kerley, Corlea Lisdoonan. Michael Kirke , Tullyallen and London. Lily Carroll, Drogheda. Mary Walsh, Blackrock, Dublin.