St. Brigids Parish Newsletter

Sunday November 10th 2019

Mass Intentions

Sat. Nov. 9thVigil 7.00pm November Novena

Sun. Nov. 10th 10.30am November Novena, 12 noon People of the Parish

Mon. Nov. 11th 10.00am No Intention

Tues. Nov. 12th 10.00am No Mass

Fri. Nov. 15th 10.00am No Mass

Sat. Nov. 16th Vigil 7.00pm Paul Jones (M.M.) Adrian Ruane (A)

Sun. Nov. 17th 10.30am No Intention, 12 noon John Mc Neill (1st A) Chris O’Meara (A)


First Communion Programme

The Parish Preparation Programme for children eligible to receive First Communion in May 2020 will commence this Mon. Nov.11th and run from 6 to 7pm in the Ballybane Enterprise Centre. In accordance with Diocesan Child Protection Policy - children must be accompanied by an adult (over 18) to and from the Programme. All children preparing for First Communion must attend the programme which runs for 6 weeks.


Thank you

What a fantastic turnout for our Table Quiz. A great night was had by all. Congratulations to the team winners. Thank you to all those who attended, to all those that sponsored the spot prizes, Flannery's Hotel for hosting the event and to our regular Quiz Team who did an excellent job to make it such an enjoyable night.


World Remembrance Day for Road Traffic Victims

The RSA Memorial Service will take place on Sun. Nov. 17th in the Clayton Hotel at 2pm. A candle ceremony will also take place. A light lunch will be served after the ceremony. Contact  087-6274779.


Drug & Alcohol Awareness Week

The Western Region Drug & Alcohol Task Force invite you to a Presentation by Dr. Colman Noctor on Raising Resilient Children in the Digital Age, on Tues. Nov. 12th in the Clayton Hotel.



We welcome into our Christian community through the Sacrament of Baptism: Nathan, Kelan, Adrians, Matiss, Roseann, Helen & Grace.



We remember in our prayers in the coming week Pauline Ward, John Paul Centre, whose funeral we recently celebrated. May she rest in peace.


Child Protection

St. Brigid's Parish is committed to the protection of all children, young people and vulnerable adults in our parish. The Galway Diocesan Policy on Safeguarding Children, Young people and Vulnerable Adults is available on



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