Our Lady of Knock Mass

Our Lady of Knock, Queen of Ireland, made her appearance at the rear gable of a humble Catholic Church in Knock Ireland on August 21, 1879, but she was not alone. As a gentle Irish rain fell on the muddy fields and as the farmers were returning from a long day of work in the field, Mary appeared with a bright light surrounding her and the rest of the apparition. Mary was joined by St. Joseph on her right, and St. John, the Evangelist on her left. Further to her left was an altar and upon that altar was a lamb and a cross; surrounding the lamb was a host of heavenly angels. Brought to you by the Ancient Order of Hibernians, an Irish Catholic Organization formed to protect the Roman Catholic Clergy which now focuses on our faith and heritage. We will be attending our annual Mass for our deceased members and their families on the newly designated feast day of Our Lady of Knock, the 17th of August, at the St. Eleanor Regina Chapel at 1130 AM.
We will have information and a dish to pass picnic luncheon after the Mass and encourage members of the Parish to attend and participate and meet our members and their families. We will also distribute Holy Cards depicting the event at all Masses on this special day. Any questions, please call Tom Kane 249-0089.
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Feast of Our Lady of Knock Mass

Title: Feast of Our Lady of Knock Mass
Location: Saint . Eleanor Regina Chapel Gardners
Link out: Click here
Description: AOH Cumberland 2 Mass celebrating Our Lady of Knock
Start Time: 11:30
Date: 2014-08-17

Our Lady of Knock-August 17

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In one month, The Feast of Our Lady of Knock will be celebrated on August 17. (with the actual visitation Occuring on August 21). We invite you to join with us as we celebrate our Catholic-Irish heritage and our love of the Blessed Mother. August 17, 2014 11:30 Mass at the Saint Elanor Regina Chapel (the Chapel in the woods)

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Directions from Saint Patrick Church on Marsh Drive:

1. Turn right out of Marsh Drive, heading south on Holly Pike. Continue to follow PA-34 for 7.3 miles.
2. Once through Mount Holly and reach the Ahlstrom factory, make sure you keep right and don’t go up the hill. Follow the signs for PA-34.
3. Make a slight right onto Green Mountain road for 0.7 miles.
4. Head forward onto Pine Grove Road. Follow for 6.7 miles.
5. Turn right onto PA-233/Centerville Road for 1.1 miles.
6. Saint Eleanor Regina Chapel is on the left. Be sure to turn in BEFORE you see the large white sign.

Irish saints for July

July 1
Saint Cuimmein of Nendrum
July 2,Saint Ternoc of Cluain-Mór,
July 3,Saint Cilline Droicteach of Iona
July 4,Saint Finbarr of Inis Doimhle
July 5,Saint Etain of Tuama noadh
July 6,Saint Moninne of Killeevy
July 7,Saint Maelruain of Tallaght/Saint Crone of Templecrone
July 8,Saint Killian of Würzburg
July 9,Saint Condmac of Átha Silain
July 10,Saint Etto of Dompierre
July 11,Saint Failbhe of Disert Mic-Conlocha
July 12,Saint Nazair of Liethmore
July 13,Saint Mosiloc of Cloonatten
July 14,Saint Id of Aghade
July 15,Saint Comman, son of Diomma
July 16,Saint Scoth of Cluain Mór Moescna
July 17,Saint Craebhnat of Cleno
July 18,Saint Cobhthach, Abbot of Kildare/Saint Minnborinus, Abbot of Cologne
July 19,Saint Ossin and Fifty Monks of Tengaidh
July 20,Saint Curifin the Pious
July 21.Saint Arbogast of Strasbourg
July 22,Saint Mobiu of Inis-Cooscry
July 23,Saint Caencomhrac of Inchenagh
July 24,Saint Declan of Ardmore
July 25,Saint Colman O’Liathain
July 26,Saint Furadhran
July 27,Saint Beoghain of Moville
July 28,Saint Uisseoit of Druim Uisseoit
July 29,Saint Coelan of Inis-cealtra
July 30,Saint Sechnasach of Ceann-locha
July 31,Saint Colmán of Derrymore