Mass Times

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Mass times from Sunday 29  January 2023  are set out in the table below…

 

Parish of Raphoe Mass Schedule
Monday

 

 

Raphoe:7.30am: Morning Prayer. All Welcome.

Raphoe: 9am: Mass (Edward Coyle, Julie Brennan, and Johnny McCarron RIP)

Convoy 2pm: Rosary

Raphoe: 7pm: Divine Mercy Prayer Time

Raphoe: 8pm: Holy Hour.

Tuesday

 

 

Raphoe 7.30am: Morning Prayer. All Welcome.

Drumkeen: 10am: Mass (Mick and Michelle Mulrine RIP)

Drumkeen: Noon—9pm Adoration

Raphoe: 3.15pm–4pm: First Holy Communion and Sacrament of Confirmation  Class

Raphoe: 6pm: Evening Prayer, Rosary, Chaplet and  Night Prayer. All Welcome.

Raphoe: 7pm: Making of St Bridget’s Crosses

Wednesday

 

 

  St Brigid’s Day

First Friday Calls Convoy

Raphoe: 7.30am: Morning Prayer.

Convoy: 9am: Mass (Ellen Helferty RIP)

Raphoe: 9.30am-9pm Adoration

Raphoe: 6pm Evening Prayer, Rosary, Chaplet and  Night Prayer. All Welcome.

Thursday

 

 

Presentation of the Lord; Candlemas Day;

First Friday Calls Raphoe

Raphoe 7.30am: Morning Prayer. All Welcome.

Raphoe: 9am: Mass (Mary and Tommy Martin and Frankie Browne RIP)

Convoy: Noon—6pm Adoration

Raphoe: 6pm Evening Prayer

Convoy (Parochial House): 8pm: Legion of Mary

      Friday

St Blaise: Blessing of throats

Raphoe: 7.30am: Morning Prayer. All Welcome.

Drumkeen: 2pm: Prayer; Rosary, Chaplet, all welcome

Raphoe: 5pm: Evening Prayer, Rosary, Chaplet and  Night Prayer. All Welcome.

Convoy: 6pm: Mass (Sadie and Patsy Hegarty RIP)

Raphoe: 7.30pm Mass (Martin Woods RIP)

Saturday

Convoy: 4pm: Confessions

Convoy: 6pm: Mass

Drumkeen: 7.30pm: Mass (Jim and Katie McLaughlin RIP)

After Mass Confessions

Sunday

Convoy: 9.30am Mass: (William Mailey RIP)

Raphoe: 11am Mass

Drumkeen: 1pm Latin Mass

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGES

The challenge to sit and talk to children about Jesus, God, faith, life and love is massive. Society has grown into a power play of falseness: Pretend to be busy. Pretend that there is no time. Pretend that they will understand it on their own. Pretend that they will be able to make informed decisions when they need to. When we choose we can decide to stop pretending and show the children that God is real and important and close and present.

 

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