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16 Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

SaintPiusXHouse12TivoliTerraceSouthDnLaoghaire,Co.DublinTelephone:(01)2842206Rev.RamonAngls,residentRev.RgisBabinet

SaintJohnsChurch1UpperMounttownRoadDnLaoghaire,Co.DublinTelephone:(01)2809407Rev.FrancisGallagherRev.Br.GerardCorpusChristiChurchConnaughtGardensAthlone,Co.WestmeathTelephone:(090)6492439Rev.EdwardMacDonald,PriorRev.GiacomoBalliniSaintPiusVChapel78AndersonstownRoadBelfast,Co.Antrim StJohnsChurchor Mr.McKeown(028)94453654

ThePriestlySocietyofSaintPiusXinIrelandRev.PaulMorgan,SuperiorSaintGeorgesHouse

125ArthurRoad,WimbledonParkGBLondonSW197DR

Telephone:00442089467916

OurLadyoftheRosaryChurchShanakielRoad SundaysWell,Co.Cork ContactCorpusChristiChurch

OurLadyofKnockandStPatrickChapelUnit5RichbrookBusinessPark, MillRd,Bessbrook,Newry,Co.DownStJohnsChurchorMr.McArdle(028)30825730SaintJosephsMassCentre Tralee,Co.Kerry CorpusChristiChurchorMrs.Dennehy(068)43123CashelMassCentre Cashel,Co.TipperaryCorpusChristiChurchorMr.Walsh(062)61028BlessedColumbaMarmionChapelEnniscorthy CorpusChristiChurchorMr.Cole(053)9135220

Website:www.ireland.sspx.net

Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

The Society of Saint Pius X in Ireland

Saint Johns Bulletin

In This Issue: Well-ordered family life from

Father Vincente Griego Irish Litany to the Mother of God The true Church of Christ 2014 calendars Father Loschis 5 CD Box-set

December 2013 Month of the

Nativity of Our Lord

2 Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

Devotions & Activities at St Johns Rosary daily at 6 pm; Saturday and Sunday at 10.30 am Every Thursday: Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and Miraculous Medal

Novena after the 6.30 pm Mass (except First Thursday) First Thursday: Apostolate of Prayer for Priests. Exposition of the Blessed

Sacrament after 11 am Mass, adoration until 6.30 pm Mass. First Friday: Benediction after the 6.30 pm Mass First Saturday: Benediction and Rosary after 11 am Mass Confessions: 10.30 am on Saturdays and Sundays, and after 11am Sunday Mass Missa Cantata: One Sunday per month Doctrinal Conference for Adults: First Tuesdays at 7.30 pm Catechism for children: Sunday between Masses

Devotions & Activities in Athlone Rosary daily at 6.30 pm First Friday: Mass & Benediction at 6.30 pm First Saturday: Confessions at 10.30 am, Benediction and Rosary after 11 am Mass Book Club: First Monday of the month

Devotions & Activities in Cork First Friday: Benediction after 7 pm Mass First Saturday: Benediction and Rosary after 11 Am Mass Confessions: Half an hour before every Mass and after Mass when announced Conference for Children and Teenagers: Second Sunday after Mass Missa Cantata: Third Sunday Fourth Sunday: Exposition and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament after Mass Youth Catechism: Friday evenings

SSPX Groups and Pious Associations in Ireland

Third Order of the SSPX : Contact Fr. Gallagher Third Order Carmelites : Contact Fr. MacDonald Eucharistic Crusade : Contact Fr. Ballini Archconfraternity of St Stephen for Altar Boys : Contact Fr. Ballini Youth Group : Contact Fr. MacDonald St Philomenas Rosary Association : Contact Fr. Gallagher

Sunday 2nd Collection

1st : For the Seminaries of the SSPX 2nd: For Insurances (buildings, car, health) 3rd: For Utilities (heating, electricity,petrol etc) 4th: Building Fund (renovation of churches etc.) 5th: For the Missions of the SSPX

Mass Stipends

1 Mass intention: 16 / 15 Novena of Masses: 160 / 150

Gregorian: 640 / 600

15 Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

LIFE OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

A Marian Retreat preached by Fr. Fabrice Loschi in February 2013 at Esker, Galway

A 5 x CD Box Set is now available at the

Book Stall or from enquiries.carmelbooks@gmail.com

Price 20 or 17 Proceeds going to the Philippines Relief Fund

St. Michaels School

England

2014 Calendars

ST.JOHNTHEBAPTISTCATHOLICSCHOOL,SOUTHAFRICA

THIS CALENDAR HAS BEEN PRE-PARED AS A FUNDRAISER TO

SUPPORT ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC SCHOOL, GIVING A TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC EDU-

CATION TO SOUTH AFRICAN CHILDREN IN THE JOHANNES-

BURG AREA. THE CALENDAR GIVES COM-PLETE LITURGICAL INFORMA-TION ON EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR, FOLLOWING THE 1960 RUBRICS. THE ILLUSTRATIONS WILL HELP YOU TO GROW IN THE LOVE OF THE CROSS AS THE YEAR GOES BY. 10.00 or 8.00

A Devotional Calendar for the Society of St. Pius X with the Saints and Feasts of Ireland featuring illustra-tions of Scenes from Our Ladys Life drawn by the pupils of St. Michaels School, Burghclere 10.00 or 8.00

14 Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

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4th Sunday Advent

22nd 9am

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First Friday 3rd

6.30pm

6.30pm

7pm

x x

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x First Saturday

4th 11am

11am

11am

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Holy nam

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9 & 11am

10am

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Epiphany

6th 9 &

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12th 9 &

11am

10am

11am

11am

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5pm

2nd Sunday after E

piphany 19th

9 & 11am

10am

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5pm

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3rd Sunday after E

piphany 26th

9 & 11am

10am

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3 Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

ANNOUNCEMENTSEUCHARISTICCRUSADEINTENTIONS December:CatholicFamiliesandtheYouthBOOKCLUB(ATHLONE) December16thThreebyMarkTwain *TheManwhoCorruptedHadleyburg *TheMillionPoundBankNote *TheintroductiontoJoanofArcRETREATSANDRECOLLECTIONSINBRISTOLIN2013:

December16th18thApologeticsSeminarforYoungAdultsPleasephoneStSavioursHouse:+441179775863

1stofJanuaryProjectionofthedocumentaryonArchbishopLefebvre Mass11.00 Lunch DocumentaryinSt.PatricksHall,CorpusChristiChurch,Athlone "PontificalVespers",celebratedbytheChildBishopTHIRDORDEROFOURLADYOFMTCARMEL MeetingJanuary11thinAthloneafter11amMassYOUTHGROUPWEEKENDThenextyouthoutingwilltakeplaceinDublinontheweekendofthe3rd,4thand5thJanuary,2014.TherewillbeMass,aconferencebythechaplain,walksandotheractivities,andgreatcompanionship.

Formoreinformation,pleasecontactMr.ValentinWanneron

(087)9113554orv.wanner@bluewin.ch

4 Saint Johns Bulletin December 2013

Well-Ordered Family Life

Fr. Vincente Griego, Rector Holy Cross Seminary, Goulburn, Aus-

tralia October 2013 Southern Sentinel,

available at http://www.holycrossseminary.com/

The Feast of the Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary is cause for re-flection upon the responsibilities of parents to establish a well-ordered family life, to begin and bring to frui-tion a profound education of their children. But because the process of education requires a suitable environment, there is the need for parents to cultivate and establish the good habits of a structured Christian home for their childrens education before a child is born. Diligent care must maintain the Christian habits and atmosphere of the home during the precious and delicate years of a childs life, which is essentially influenced by the parents ideas and pra tices. Consequently, we see the importance of the home being truly the dominion of God in order that the child will be raised with the essential object in life, to know, love and serve God. To achieve this goal, there must be discipline, indispensable in the forma-tion of the mind (wisdom), will (love), and character (generosity). However,

discipline is established in a stable environment, which facilitates learn-ing. Finally, home and family life must possess tranquillity for the due attention necessary to attend with purpose to learning the meaning of life: a peaceful order habituates the soul to contemplation and concentra-tion upon the object of learning. Education has ultimately for its end the union of the educand with his Creator by the systematic devel

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