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Parish Notes 22/11/2021 - 29/11/2021

Posted on 22nd Nov 2021 07:53:43

BAPTISMS. Congratulations to Patrick and Siobhan O'Mahoney whose twins, Ryan Tomas and Ronan William were baptised in Powerstown on Saturday. Congratulations also to Tom and Bridget Reilly whose child Natalina Rose was baptised on Saturday in Powerstown. HOLY SOULS NOVENA. Mass in Lisronagh on Wednesday at 10am Mass in Powerstown on Friday at 10am. SYMPATHY. We extend our sympathy to....

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Parish Notes 14/11/2021-21/11/2021

Posted on 16th Nov 2021 07:33:28

WEDDING. Congratulations to Melissa McGrath and Padraig O'Brien who were married in Lisronagh on Saturday. We wish the couple a long and happy life. BAPTISM. Congratulations to Oliver and Maria Burke whose son, Conor Oliver was baptised in Lisronagh on Saturday. ROSARY AND BENEDICTION. Rosary and Benediction on Sunday next 21st November in Lisronagh at 3pm for all....

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Parish notes 05/11/021 - 12/11/021

Posted on 8th Nov 2021 12:04:13

BAPTISMS. We welcome into the christian community Croia Olivea Mayorrian and Ada Mae O'Connor who were baptised in Powerstown on Saturday and congratulate their parents Stephen and Ciara and Mark and Lisa. ROSARY AND BENEDICTION. Rosary and Benediction for all buried in Powerstown and Kilgrant cemeteries on Sunday 14th November at....

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Parish Notes 24/10/2021-31/10/2021

Posted on 28th Oct 2021 08:37:41

BAPTISMS. Congratulations to Paul and Sarah Purcell whose child Mia Joanna was baptised in Powerstown on Sunday. Congratulations to Anthony and Marie Burke whose child Darragh Sean was baptised in Lisronagh on Sunday.....

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An Act of Spiritual Communion

This is a simple and loving act of Spiritual Communion which we are called to make in these times when we are unable to attend mass and received the Eucharist:

My Jesus, I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love you above all things and I desire to receive you into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally, please come spiritually into my heart. I embrace you now as if you were already there and I unite myself wholly to you. Never permit me to be separated from you. Amen.

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The Sacrament of Baptism



In the Sacraments we meet Jesus. Baptism is a Sacrament. Sacraments use familiar, everyday things, (like water, oil, bread, movement) to make real for us the presence of Jesus. Each day we use words and signs to communicate with one another.

God also communicates with us in the sacraments through words and signs. The signs used in Baptism are water, oil, white garment and light. When someone is baptised, that person is joyfully made a child of God the Father, a brother or sister of Christ, and a member of the people of God, the Church.

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St John The Baptist Church - Powerstown Church


Co. Tipperary,

Eircode: E91 W268


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