Cloone

THE NEW MISSAL: When and why are we getting a new edition of the Roman Missal. The new edition of the missal will come to full use over a period of time between September and the 27th November 2011, the first Sunday of advent. The new edition is necessary for a number of reasons. Firstly in the years since 1975 when our current missal was published a number of additional texts have been made available for use in the Mass. These include additional Eucharistic Prayers some new masses of the Blessed Virgin Mary and masses for over twenty new feasts of saints ( for example St Pius of Pietrelcina/ Padre Pio Edith Stein Maximillian Kolbe).The new material is to be included in the missal so that it can be used in our celebrations. Secondly in 2001 the holy see issued new directives for the translations of the Latin texts. Translators were asked to make he English text follow more closely the original Latin in its wording and structure. They were also asked to strengthen the biblical language and images in the texts and to reintroduce some theological vocabulary that may have been lost over the years, across the English speaking world the new edition of the roman missal will therefore contain both new material and a new style of translation.

THE NEW MISSAL: When and why are we getting a new edition of the Roman Missal. The new edition of the missal will come to full use over a period of time between September and the 27th November 2011, the first Sunday of advent. The new edition is necessary for a number of reasons. Firstly in the years since 1975 when our current missal was published a number of additional texts have been made available for use in the Mass. These include additional Eucharistic Prayers some new masses of the Blessed Virgin Mary and masses for over twenty new feasts of saints ( for example St Pius of Pietrelcina/ Padre Pio Edith Stein Maximillian Kolbe).The new material is to be included in the missal so that it can be used in our celebrations. Secondly in 2001 the holy see issued new directives for the translations of the Latin texts. Translators were asked to make he English text follow more closely the original Latin in its wording and structure. They were also asked to strengthen the biblical language and images in the texts and to reintroduce some theological vocabulary that may have been lost over the years, across the English speaking world the new edition of the roman missal will therefore contain both new material and a new style of translation.

HOSPICE WALK 2011: Following the success of last years Mid Summer Walk in aid of the Northwest Hospice this years walk will take place next Friday 24th June from Aughavas GAA Park to Cloone Commmuniy Centre commencing at 7.30pm. Registration will take place from 7.15pm at Aughavas GAA Park . Registration and sponsorship cards are available from Caroline Conefrey at Forge Me Not Florists and Mary Brennan in Mohill. A bus will be available on the nigh for those returning to Aughavas after completing the walk.

ACTIVE AGE: Our next outing is to Glenveagh National park and the Doagh Famine Village in Donegal on the 22nd and 23rd June. Bus will leave McCaffreys at 7.45am and Cloone Community Centre at 8am on 22nd.

Cloone Community Centre: Meeting on Monday 20th June at 9.30pm. All committee and organisations in the parish please attend as there is a number of important issues for discussion.

CLOONE/AUGHAVAS COMMUNITY PLAYSCHOOL: Limited places available. We are now taking bookings for September 2011 for children who are aged 2 years and 10months on Sept 1st 2011. We are also providing places under he ECCE scheme, if your child is going to school in September 2012 and born between 2nd Febraury 2007 and 30th June 2008, they are entitled to avail of the free preschool year. For enquiries and/or bookings please call in or phone Mary Moran (playschool leader) 171 9636916 Mon – Fri from 9am – 12.30pm.

AGRICULTURAL SHOW: The committee are holding a fundraising night in Foxs of Tooman on Saturday 25th June. Music is by J & S Sound. There will be a raffle for valuable prizes and your support would be appreciated.

Rally: Ireland North and South is one of the remaining places in Europe where abortion is still illegal. Powerful pro-abortion campaigners in Ireland UK and Europe are attacking our pro life laws. Thats why it is so important we show our opposition to abortion. The All Ireland rally for life 2011 takes place in city centre Dublin on 2nd July at 2pm. To book your place on the bus or for further information telephone Angela on 087 7819586.

CLOONE ICA: Cloone ICA are holding their annual cancer walk on Sunday 3rd July 11 starting at Cloone Community Centre at 3pm to Keldra Lake and back . Light refreshments will be served at lake. Your support will be appreciated.