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Welcome to the Parish

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE PARISH OF MAGHERA 

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After 8 years leading our Folk choir, Emma Nugent is retiring.

Emma and the Folk Choir have been a great asset to the Saturday Liturgy. I am sure you’ll agree that she has done a wonderful job supporting and developing musicians, soloists and the choir.

As a parish we would not like to lose this. Emma will retire on Saturday 29th June, we wish her every happiness in her journey and thank her for everything she has done. If you would like to take on the responsibility of leading the Folk Choir please contact the Parish office, Emma has generously agreed to give a full handover.

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BISHOP ALAN MCGUCKIAN TO CELEBRATE SUNDAY MASS IN NEWCASTLE

Bishop McGuckian will celebrate 11:30 am Mass on Sunday 16 June in Our Lady of The Assumption Church Newcastle. He will commission newly trained bereavement ministers from parishes in our parish family.

Bishop McGuckian will concelebrate Mass along with Fr Jim Crudden, Fr Paul Byrne, Deacon Mark Leneghan and Archbishop Terence Pendergast 

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WE ARE RECRUITING NEW ALTAR SERVERS

The Parish currently have 14 Altar Servers. We hope to recruit new Altar Servers in September. Anyone interested in joining can contact Brenda Webb on  07840028461 or email brenda@parishofmaghera.com

 

Full training will be given and families can choose which Mass they would like their child(ren) to serve. 

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Our fantastic team of Altar Servers

A MESSAGE FROM THE PARISH WELCOME GROUP

We extend a sincere welcome to all our parishioners Especially those who live alone or just feeling lonely Or those of you who feel marginalised, Whilst enduring the pain of isolation. ​ We extend a heartfelt welcome to the bereaved, Hoping you find peace, healing and sanctum, In our Church, Whether attending Mass or lighting A solitary candle. ​ We extend a welcome to you , if you are just out of bed, Or just out of prison and have not seen the inside of a church, for twenty years …. or more. ​ We welcome all who are young And those who are not so young, Who feel religion has been forced on them, Or have a problem with 'organised' religion. ​ We extend a very warm welcome to those of you Living here, far away from your homeland, Or on holiday, Where the Mountain of Mourne Really do sweep down to the sea! ​ We especially extend a welcome to the little ones, From the babies in arms, to the lively toddlers, As Jesus himself said, "suffer little children to come onto me" And remember, these little children will one day, inherit the Earth.

Mass Times and Liturgies

Eucharist

 

Sunday Masses

Saturday    6:00 PM   Sunday Vigil

Sunday      11:30 AM Family Mass

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Individual Confessions

1st and 3rd Saturday of the month
from 3.30 - 4pm

Weekday Masses 

Monday    10:00 AM

Tuesday    10:00 AM

Thursday  10:00 AM

Friday       10:00 AM

 Liturgy of The Word
with Holy Communion  

Wednesday    10:00 AM

Saturday         10:00 AM

Weekly Bulletin

Sunday Missalette

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