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St Eugene’s Cathedral Restoration/Renovations Draw

1st Prize £2,000; 2nd Prize £500, 3rd Prize £200, 4th Prize £200,

5th Prize £100, 6th Prize £100, 7th Prize £100,

8th Prize £100, 9th Prize £100, 10th Prize £100.

10 chances per £5 ticket. (£50 for book of 10 tickets). Draw will take place on Saturday, 1st July 2017. Tickets available from the Sacristy after Masses or from the Parochial House.

Derry Youth Community

• Are you between 18-25 years of age? Are you interested in a Gap Year experience with a difference, from September 2017-June 2018?

• Is faith an important part of your life?

• Are you attracted to the ideal of service to others?

• Would you like to live in community for one year in a fine house situated in the heart of Derry City and serve the needs of young people in the Derry Diocese?

• If you have answered, “Yes,” to the above questions, more information is available on www.derryyouthcommunity.com or emmet.thompson@derrydiocese.org or www.thepopejohnpauliiaward.com or telephone Sean at the Diocesan Catechetical Centre on 71264087.

White Oaks Acorn Project: Plant Sale on Monday, 29th May from 1.00-7.00pm at Lenamore Road, Muff. (00353) (0)7493 84866.

Come home to the love of God’s Family on Lough Derg: You may begin your Three Day Pilgrimage any day 1st June until 13th August. Daily boats to the Island from 10.30 am to 3.00 pm daily. The Lough Derg team can help you to co-ordinate public transport or link up with Pilgrimage Organisers in your locality. Telephone Maureen or Lorraine on 00353719861518. Email: info@loughderg.org.

Anam Cara: next monthly Parent Evening this Thursday 7.30-9.00 pm in the Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny. This event is open to all bereaved parents.

Concern Worldwide invite you to take part in their 2.5 mile walk up Scalp Mountain on Sunday, 4th June starting at 3.00 pm. Donations go towards their urgent work in East Africa.

National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society hold their next quarterly meeting in the MDEC Building in Altnagelvin Hospital on Tuesday, 6th June at 7.00-8.30 pm.

Foyle Hospice Annual Female Walk/Run, Sunday 11th June at 1.30 pm from Templemore Sports Complex to Ebrington Square. Registration at www.foylehospice.com or in our fundraising centre, Culmore Road or shop, Waterloo Place. Registration fee £8.00 incls t-shirt and goody bag.

Relaxed Performance of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt in the Millennium Forum on Saturday, 17th June at 2.00 pm. This is a performance that is adapted in various ways to make it more accessible to young people with learning and sensory difficulties.

Family Care Adoption Services is presently seeking to recruit adoptive families for babies and young children. For a free information pack Tel 71368592/90691133, Monday to Friday 9.00 am–1.00 pm. Email: anne.ohagan@familycaresociety.org

Pre Marriage Course: It is mandatory that all couples intending to celebrate their marriage here in St Eugene’s Cathedral participate in a pre-marriage course with ACCORD, telephone 71362475 or email derry@accordni.com. Parishioners who are getting married outside the parish will also need to attend a Pre-Marriage Course before arranging an appointment to get their church paperwork completed.

‘Do This In Memory’ - First Communion Programme


Sometimes, just before the end of Mass, the priest will read a list of things that are happening in the community during the coming week. This reminds us of the importance of the community in which we live. It also reminds us that God’s family doesn’t just come together on a Sunday in God’s house but that there are lots of other times when we gather together. The community might get together for fun, for sporting activities, to help those who are in need or to learn more about their faith. Whenever we gather we must remember that we are part of God’s family.

Excerpt from ‘Learning About the Mass with Kath and Qumen'