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Parish Bulletin 22 October 2006

     Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

22 October 2006

 

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Today is Mission Sunday

 

Excerpts from the Message of Pope Benedict XV1 for Mission Sunday

 

Mission Sunday provides an opportunity to reflect on “love the Soul of Mission”.              

 

God’s love for each person is the very core of the Gospel. All who accept it, become, in turn, witnesses to the love of God.

         

Every Christian community is called to make God, who is love, known to the world.                        

The mandate to spread the message of love was entrusted to the apostles by Jesus after the resurrection. The Church continues this mission which is an inalienable and permanent obligation for all believers.                                                                                         

 

To be missionary is to love God with all one’s heart, even to giving one’s life for him.                           

 

To be missionary is to respond, like the Good Samaritan did, to the needs of all, particularly to the needs of the poor and marginalized.                                                                        

 

One who loves with heart of Christ, does not look to selfish interests but only to the glory of God and to the good of neighbour.                                                                  

 

Missionary work must strive to bridge all frontiers and cultures, reach all peoples and spread to the utmost ends of the world.

 

List of the Dead

 

Please take home a list of the dead sheet and return the completed list of the dead to the box at the back of the church as soon as possible. All our dead are remembered in our Masses during the month of November (the month of the Holy Souls) and in the First Friday Masses throughout the year.

 

22 Oct

29th   Sunday in Ordinary Time

 29 Oct

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Vigil

John Harmon & James Gray

& John Johnson

& Paddy Monahan (Month’s Mind)

Vigil

William & Hella Vogelaar

9.00am

Patrick Lynch

9.00am

Sean & Pierce Glynn

Sean & Brigid Slattery

11.00am

Joseph & Masie McCormack

11.00am

James & Bridie Prenderville

12.15pm

Michael Maher

12.15pm

Seamus Ennis

                    

     Wednesday        Brendan Whyte                        Saturday    Patrick & Patrick McCabe Junior

Congratulations to Jane Dolan (The Commons), Sean O’Beara (Moulden Bridge),

Nathan Daly (Powderlough), Jennifer Maloney (Seagrave Hall) and

Rian Fox (Steeplechase Green) who were baptised recently.

 

 Please pray for Lizzie Madden (Fairyhouse Road), for Eileen Cooke (Oldcastle),

mother of Pat Reilly (Glascarn Lane) and for Terry Keenan (Leitrim),

brother of Josie Reilly (Porterstown Lane) who died during the week. May they rest in peace.

 

A new Bereavement Support Group is being set up in the parish. The first meeting will take place the Parish Resource Centre (beside the Parochial House) on Monday 6th November at 8.00pm. Anyone interested is welcome to come along. For further information contact Teresa on 01-8254609 after 6.00pm any evening.

 

Getting Married Next Year. Couples are encouraged to attend their marriage preparation workshop six months in advance of the date of their marriage. Early booking is advisable, as the courses fill up very quickly. For more information contact the Parochial House or

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Mass for the people of Kerala, India in Ashbourne on Saturday 28th October at 5.00pm

Polish Mass in Ashbourne on Wednesday 1st November at 9.00pm

 

The Parish Choir welcomes new and former members to join the choir. The choir meet in the Parish Resource Centre on Tuesday evening at 8.30pm and they sing at the 12.15pm Mass on Sunday and on other important liturgical occasions.

 

A Coffee Evening will be held in the Parish Resource Centre (beside the Parochial House) on this  Monday 23rd  at 7.30pm in aid of the Missions. All Welcome. Phone Josie at 01 8256277.

 

Ratoath Community Support Group (Supporting parents of children with special needs)

The following meetings will be held in the Community Centre.

Monday 6th Nov at 8.00pm                       Wednesday 15th Nov at 10.30am

Monday 4th Dec at 8.00pm                       Wednesday 20th Dec  at 10.30am

If you would like to know any more about the group, please contact Doreen on 8257902 or Lisa Gannon on 086 8726983. Looking forward to meeting you.

 

Ratoath Active Age Club will meet on Friday 27th October 11.00am-1.00pm

 

Ratoath Garden Club will meet in Monday 23rd October in the Community Centre at 8.00pm.

 

Ratoath College: Information Meeting for parents of 6th class on Tuesday 24th October in Fairyhouse at 7.30pm. Pre- enrolment forms were sent to parents via the schools.

Halloween Disco in the Rataoth GAA Club on Friday  27th October  .                                          8 - 12 years old from 6.30pm to 8.00 pm. Fancy Dress Prize for best dressed €5                                    12 years and over from 8.30pm to 11.00 pm €7. Fully supervised

Ratoath GAA Christmas Party on Friday 1st December. Tickets €20.00 to include buffet and disco. Tickets available from clubhouse.

A new bus service to Ratoath every day (Mon to Friday) will leave Liberty Hall at 4.30pm via Asbourne to Ratoath.

 

County Meath VEC committee wishes to announce that the final closing date for receipt of fully completed 3rd level grant applications for 2006/2007 academic year is 4.00pm on 1st November.

                         

 Ratoath Harps Lotto Results 1.7.15.18.    No Jackpot Winner

 

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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