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Pope Francis concluded the traditional Via Crucis at Rome’s Colosseum on Good Friday evening by reciting a litany of present-day crosses, representing various forms of suffering in the world today. Lord Jesus, help us to see in your Cross all the crosses of the world: The cross of those who hunger for bread and for love; The cross of those who are alone or abandoned even by their own children and family members; The cross of those who thirst for justice and peace; The cross of those who do not have the comfort of the faith; The cross of the elderly who are bowed down under the weight of years and loneliness; The cross of migrants who find doors closed because of fear, and hearts sealed by political calculations; The cross of the little ones, wounded in their innocence and purity; The cross of humanity that wanders in the darkness of uncertainty and in the darkness of the culture of the fleeting moment; The cross of families broken by betrayal, by the seductions of the evil one or by murderous lightness and by selfishness; The cross of consecrated persons who tirelessly seek to bring your light into the world and feel rejected, mocked and humiliated; The cross of consecrated persons who, along the way, have forgotten their first love; The cross of your children who, believing in you and trying to live according to your word, find themselves marginalized and discarded even by their families and their peers; The cross of our weaknesses, our hypocrisies, our betrayals, our sins and our many broken promises; The cross of your Church which, faithful to your Gospel, struggles to carry your love even among the baptized themselves; The cross of the Church, your bride, who feels continually attacked from within and from without; The cross of our common home that withers seriously before our selfish eyes that are blinded by greed and power. Lord Jesus, rekindle in us the hope of the resurrection and of your definitive victory against all evil and all death. Amen! >

Fr. Brendan,
Presbytery, Harbour Rd.,
Kilbeggan,
Co. Westmeath

087 2618353

Church St James St. Hugh’s Church

Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
8 p.m. Stephen and Mick Guilfoyle
Michael Kelly, Cumminstown
Kevin Flattery
Helen and John Langan
Tom Reid.
9.30 a.m. Do this in Memory of Mass for First Communion Children
11.a.m. Do this in Memory of Mass for First Communion Children
Monday 9.30 a.m. Mary Jo and James Carney
Saturday10 a.m. Sean, Margaret and John McGuinness

Feast of Christ the King
8 p.m.
9.30 a.m. Fintan and Molly Scally
11 a.m. Christy Duffy, First Anniversary
Jack McCormack
Patrick Seery
Julia, Mick, Nuala, Jody, Ned, Martin, McCormack

Please pray for the repose of the soul of Sean Davey Ardnaglue, who died during the week. May he rest in peace.

Remembrance Day for victims of road traffic collisions takes place today Sunday, 17th November. We remember all who lost their lives on the roads and all families who were bereaved. We also remember emergency services who are first responders and often meet devastating scenes. We commemorate their service also.

To Celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, there will be Sung Vespers, Exposition and Benediction in the Cathedral of Christ the King on Sunday, November 24th 2019 at 5pm.

Cluain Lir Community Nursing Unit, Mullingar: Annual Ecumenical service takes place on Tuesday 19th at 7 pm in Cluain Lir Church. All are welcome.

brendanfcorrigan@gmail.com

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