Holy Week in Turner's Cross
Holy Hour – Wednesday Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament after the 10am Mass until 11am.
Stations of the Cross; Tuesday at 5.30pm before the evening Mass.
Easter Triduum Mass Cards are available in the office after Masses this weekend and during the week
The Trocaire Lenten Boxes Please return your Box at the ceremonies on Holy Thursday
South Parish Historical Society Monthly Meeting on Wed. 4th April at 7:30 p.m. in St Johns College Sawmill Street, Cork. Guest Speaker Alicia St Leger will speak on The Story of the Titanic All Welcome Non-members 2
Deaths: We remember in our prayers Mary Coakley, Derrynane Rd. Dave Higgins, Westview and Kitty ODonnell Capwell Rd. who died recently we extend our sympathy to their families.
Visitation of the Sick & Housebound Fr. Kerry will visit on Tuesday & Fr. Charlie on Tuesday & Wednesday.
Turners Cross Community Association A.G.M. will take place this Tuesday April 3rd in the community centre Curragh Rd. (next to Credit Union) at 8 o clock , New members very welcome. Well done to the Association on organising the Liam Ó hUigín, talk – a history and photographic memories of old Turners Cross last Wednesday. It was a great trip down memory lane.
Holy Week Ceremonies
May the new light of Easter shine in our darkness and fill us with renewed hope.
We hope that you can join us for the Easter ceremonies as they are the most assuring and uplifting liturgical celebrations of the Church Year.
We wish you and your families a happy, peaceful and joyful Easter.
Fr Kerry, Fr. Charlie & The Parish Assembly
Confession after all Masses this Palm Sunday weekend.
Pope Benedict in his letter to us last Easter said I encourage you to discover anew the Sacrament of Reconciliation and to avail yourselves more frequently of the transforming power of its grace. We have an opportunity to receive this sacrament this weekend.after all Masses a number of Priests will be available for confessions
Mon. 2nd, Tues. 3rd & Wed. 4th April
Masses: 10 a.m. & 6pm Confessions after Mass each day
Thursday 5th April HOLY THURSDAY
No morning Mass in Parish Church
Chrism Mass: 10am Bishop Buckley concelebrates Mass in the Cathedral on this Thursday with the Priests of the Diocese, blesses the Holy Oils to be used in the Parishes. All are welcome to attend this Mass in the Cathedral.
The 'three days' begin on the evening of Holy Thursday with the Mass of the Lord's Supper. At this Mass we remember Jesus' gift of himself in his Body and Blood and his command to love one another. This command is exemplified in Jesus' washing of his disciples' feet on this night.
6.00pm Concelebrated Mass of the Lords Supper
Procession to Altar of Repose . Bring your Trocaire Box to this Mass
Confessions after procession.
Quiet Holy Hour: 8.30 pm – 9.30 pm
"Can you watch one hour with me"
Friday 6th April GOOD FRIDAY
No Masses today, A day of fast & abstinance
On Good Friday the Church gathers to listen to St John's account of the passion and death of Jesus. In the Prayer of the Faithful the needs of the Church and the world are prayed for and then people are invited to venerate the cross through which Christ 'brought joy to the world'.
3.00 pm Solemn Celebration of the Passion of Our Lord
Reading of the Passion / Veneration of the Cross / Holy Communion
Collection for the Holy Places in the Holy Land
Stations of the Cross: 12 noon & 6.00pm
Confessions after the Stations
Saturday 7th HOLY SATURDAY
No Morning Mass today.
On the evening of Saturday the Church gathers again to celebrate the Easter Vigil. Christ's resurrection is proclaimed through scripture and song, and through the baptism of a new member into the Parish Community.
6pm Solemn Easter Vigil and Mass of The Resurrection
Bring candle & holder to Vigil
Collection for the Priests of the Parish this weekend
Sunday 8th April EASTER SUNDAY
At Mass throughout the world Catholics share in the joy of the disciples who know that Christ has risen.
Masses: 10 am & 12 noon
Easter Triduum of Masses: Easter Sun. 12 noon, Mon, Tues. at 10 am
Cards are available in Parish Office & Sacristy