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The St Teresa's Parish Bulletin for Sunday, 10th October 2021



Sunday 10 October 2021

Twenty Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Year B



Sunday Masses Holy Spirit vigil 5pm (Saturday), St Matthias’ 10am, St Teresa’s 12noon.


Week day Masses St Teresa’s Monday to Saturday 10am.

Confessions Saturday evening before Mass and on request.


Season of Creation celebration at St Teresa’s. A word of thanks to those who took part in the celebration, those who provided the harvest displays, the children’s art work, the readers and the tech support.

More photos from the Celebration Service can be found by clicking here



To book a wedding or baptism, please contact the parish office (better to email).


Sunday Gospel ‘What must I do to inherit eternal life?’ Entirely the wrong question! Many people think that getting to heaven can be compared to a savings bank, or a club card scheme: the more you spend, or save, the more points you have to get yourself redeemed. A better question: What must I be? The Lord is more interested in the kind of person I am, the virtues I seek in my prayer and charity. The life of Christ is the example that we should take, he didn’t own anything or crave after wealth or possessions, we should be the same as him. The call he gives to us is to seek God’s will each day, a way of life that models and shapes us to become his true followers. Money will make you wealthy, but it cannot make you happy. True happiness comes from the virtues we accept into our lives, giving us the sure knowledge that we have put God and his kingdom before anything else.


Recently Deceased Anne Conlon, Marguerite Lawless, Anthony O’Shaughnessy.


Months Mind Sarah Kelly, Mary McDermott.

Anniversaries Thomas Patterson, Nora Toal, Patsy & Theresa O’Hagan, Eamon Easton,

Isabella Patching, Annie, Hugh & Kathleen McCullough, John Captain Snr.,

Patrick McErlean Patsy Matthews, Una McGuire (Birthday),

Thomas Patterson, Jane & William Porter.


Candles will burn for Patsy & Theresa O’Hagan, Special Intentions, Nora Toal.

Offertory Collection Weekly £1,146. Monthly £1,359. Thank you.




The Prisons’ Week Prayer Lord, you offer freedom to all people. We pray for those in prison. Break the bonds of fear and isolation that exist. Support with your love prisoners and their families and friends, prison staff and all who care. Heal those who have been wounded by the actions of others, especially the victims of crime. Help us to forgive one another, to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly together with Christ in his strength and in his Spirit, now and every day. Amen. 10 to 16 October 2021 wwwprisonsweek.org


Holding Companies to Account for Harming People & the Planet Join Trócaire, Christian Aid & Front Line Defenders at the One World Festival to hear from human rights defenders who stand up to big business, incl. an activist who peacefully resists Latin America's largest open-cast coal mine where well documented human rights abuses occur which has links to the UK & Ireland. 15 October 2021 at 1pm. Register - oneworldfestivalni.com


Foster Care NI are recruiting people to provide supported lodgings accommodation for young people aged 16-24 who are not quite ready to live independently. Supported lodgings is a type of foster care that does not require the same level of care that fostering provides. If you’re interested in finding out more please: Call 0800 0720 137 or visit www.adoptionandfostercare.hscni.net


October Mission Month 2021 has started and this year’s theme is “We cannot but speak about what we have seen and heard” Acts 4:20. Mission Month, including World Mission Sunday, is the Holy Father’s annual appeal for spiritual and financial support so that the life-giving work of overseas mission and missionaries can continue. It always falls on the second last Sunday in October, meaning this year it will be celebrated over the weekend of Sunday 24 October 2021


News from Knock Shrine Pray the Rosary in October each day throughout the month, we invite you to pray the Rosary. There are many ways you can pray at home, alone or with a friend or family member. If you wish, use scripture references as meditations to accompany and focus your prayer. You can join with us each day at 7pm to pray the Rosary which takes place in the Parish Church (Mon- Fri) and in the Basilica on Saturdays. The Rosary is also streamed live on the Watch page of the website. Joyful Mysteries (Monday & Saturday), The Sorrowful Mysteries (Tuesday & Friday), The Glorious Mysteries (Wednesday & Sunday), The Mysteries of Light (Thursday) search knock.ie


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