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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.

5 chances per £5 ticket. (£50 for book of 10 tickets). Draw will take place on Saturday, 30th December 2017. Tickets available from the Sacristy after Masses or from the Parochial House.




Annual Mass for Deceased Members will be offered at 6.30 pm this Monday, in the AOH Community Hall, Foyle Street. Light refreshments after Mass.




Mass for the Sick will take place in Termonbacca this Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Please note new change of time.




Hearing Aid Maintenance and Free Support Session at Great James Street Health Centre this Tuesday from 2.00-4.00 pm. No appointment is necessary




Crib Festival, Thornhill House, Derry - A truly inspirational event with all sorts of cribs (creative, contemporary, traditional and in Augmented/Virtual Reality): Friday 24th November from 12.00 to 6.30 pm and Saturday/Sunday 25th/26th November from 10.30 am to 6.00 pm. Proceeds in support of the work of Thornhill Ministries.




St Mary’s College Annual Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday, 25th November from 11.00 am–4.00 pm. Entry: Child – 50p and Adult - £1.00.




Mass in honour of Blessed Alexandrina in Termonbacca on Sunday, 26th November at 7.30 pm.




Rosary On The Coast for Life And Faith, Sunday, 26th November, Feast of Christ The King at 2.30 pm at the following locations: Lisfannon Beach; Neds Point Beach; Front Shore Moville; Pollan Beach Ballyliffin; Shore Front Beach Buncrana; Tullagh Bay Clonmany; Drung Chapel Quigleys Point; Malin Head Beach; Culdaff Beach.




St. Cecilia’s College Annual Rickety Wheel and Craft Fair Thursday, 30th November, 7.00-9.00 pm. As part of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations there will also be a photographic exhibition.




Christmas Craft Fair at the Gasyard Centre Sunday, 2nd December 12.00 noon to 4.00 pm. Email gasyardtrust@hotmail.co.uk , telephone 71262812.




Youth 2000 Christmas Retreat 8th-10th December will take place at Newbridge College, Newbridge, Co. Kildare. For more details contact 016753690 or email office@youth2000.ie




‘Do This In Memory’ - First Communion Programme

ARRIVING IN THE CHURCH

Usually when we come into God’s house we bow our heads or go down on one knee. This is called ‘genuflection’. It shows respect and love for Jesus. We genuflect or bow in front of the tabernacle, the special place where Jesus is present at all times. The tabernacle may be behind the altar or to one side of it. There will be a red light near the tabernacle, called the Sanctuary Lamp. This light tells us that Jesus, the Blessed Sacrament, is present inside. The Blessed Sacrament is another name for Jesus.

Excerpt from ‘Learning About the Mass with Kath and Quemen’