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THOUGHT for the DAY
Updated on: 24 February, 2021
Archdiocese of Armagh Main Website
Vocations in Armagh Diocese 
Catholic Ireland  (information on Irish Dioceses)
The Saint(s) of Today 
Reading, Psalm and Gospel of Weekday
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THE IRISH CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCE
THOUGHT for the DAY 
in Word and Picture
Prayer and Spirituality - Archdiocese of Armagh
Readings, Psalm and
Gospel of Sunday
Dreadnots GFC
In addition, there were 25,150 Visitors to this Parish's Website from 
May 2013 till Aug 2020

www.accord.ie
 PARISH OF CLOGHERHEAD

& WALSHESTOWN
St Denis' NS Callystown, Clogherhead
St Paul's NS Walshestown, Clogherhead
Clogherhead Parish Schools:
Saint Oliver Plunkett
SS Peter & Paul, Walshestown
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PARISH NEWSLETTERS

Catholic News (Ireland)
News source of the Irish Bishops' Conference
Children's Corner
25,150 hits May 2013 - Aug 2020
Students and Teens
Walshestown FC
For Parish Ministers of the Word (Readers)
Link to next Sunday's Readings 
( Jerusalem Translation )
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 FIRST SUNDAY OF LENT

    21 - 28  February 2021

 Sun Cycle B     Weekday Year 1     Psalter Week 3







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Parish funds   
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A new and safe way to donate 
to Clogherhead Parish
Year of Prayer and Reflection 
in the Diocese - UPDATE
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OTHER LINKS TO WEBSITES
Please Pray for Priests
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ACCORD - Marriage Preparation, Marriage Counselling and Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE)
PARISH WEBCAMS (click on this link)
A new mobile broadband has been installed in order
                to improve our streaming of Mass.  

                          If you would like to support the cost,  
                      please make the donation to -
CLOGHERHEAD PARISH.  Many thanks.

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SHARING THE GOOD NEWS - Newsletter of the Irish Bishops' Conference:  JANUARY 2021
Theology of Safeguarding - Every month for nine months the National Board will place a short video on an aspect of 
a Theology of Safeguarding
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31 January 
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14 February
The Liturgical Season of Lent

Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence for Christians. For the believer Lent is the time of preparation for Easter and it commemorates the forty days which, according to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, Jesus spent fasting in the desert before beginning His public ministry where He endured temptation. In Lent – through prayer, penance (including participating in the Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession), acts of charity and self-denial – we are called to renewal of our Christian life in preparation for Easter:
Prayer
The Stations of the Cross, a devotional commemoration of Christ’s carrying the Cross and of His execution, are often observed. As well as giving something up it is becoming more common to take something up as well and this may include taking time to volunteer, or spending more time in prayer.
Fasting and Penance
Penance is an essential part of the lives of all Christ’s faithful. It arises from the Lord’s call to conversation and repentance. Christians undertake penance: in memory of the Passion and death of Jesus; as a sharing in Christ’s suffering; as an expression of inner conversion; as a form of reparation for sin. 
Charity
Traditionally during Lent many of the faithful commit to fasting or giving up certain types of luxuries as a form of penitence, the money saved from this can be donated to charity, for example, contributing to their Trócaire box.      (PICK UP YOUR BOX NOW IN St. MICHAEL'S PORCH)
Temperance Pledge for Lent
See catholicbishops.ie for the text of the message of Pope Francis for Lent 2021; for Lenten resources; and, for links to the  #LivingLent  initiative  on social media.
Please pick up a box in the Porch of St Michael's Church
Sunday 21 February
Missalette for the Second Sunday of Lent