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Parish Bulletin 29th April 2007

      Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

29 April 2007

 

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Opening hours for the Parish Office: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 9.30am– 4.pm

 

 

Congratulations to Orlaith Mohan (Loughlinstown), Darragh Lyons (Tankardstown),

Harry Dunne (Norman Grove), Ivan Scheffer ( The Old Mill),

Jayden Richerson ( Foxlodge Manor) and Ian Fabian ( Somerville) who were baptised recently.

 

The sick and the housebound will be attended to in their homes on Thursday and Friday of this week.

 

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                                     Cemetery Sunday                                        

 

A reminder that Cemetery Sunday is on Sunday 27th May beginning with evening prayer for the dead at 5.00pm in the church, followed by rosary and blessing of the graves.

 

Meath Diocesan Choir resumes rehearsals shortly and is delighted to welcome all those with even the slightest interest in singing to become a member of the choir. The choir, formed in 1999, continues to flourish and expand its membership, which now comprises 140 members from the various churches throughout the diocese. Our rehearsals take place in Navan and Mullingar to facilitate both ends of the diocese. Prospective members can rest assured that rehearsals are conducted in a relaxed and easy manner and the number of rehearsals is kept to a minimum. The choir is particularly interested in acquiring new men to its ranks. Forthcoming rehearsals will concentrate on the revision of our wide repertoire of church music.  So a great time to join. First rehearsal May 8th in St. Finian’s College Mullingar or May 14th in Dowdstown House, Navan at 8pm. For more information contact Phil at 01-6286931 or Marguerite at 01-8251009 after 6.30pm

Lithuanian Mass St Mary’s Church, Navan on Thursday 3rd May at 8.00pm                   Confessions from 7.30pm. All are welcome.

Vocations Sunday 2007: Last week we celebrated the Christian Vocation of every baptised person - God’s call to every one of us to live the Gospel of Jesus in our daily live. Today we focus on the vocation of sisters, brothers, priests and deacons. The sisters, brothers priests and deacons of tomorrow are with us today in our homes, schools, parishes (beside you in the pew) and workplace. For more information contact the Diocesan Priesthood; Father Martin Mulvaney, Holy Family, Parochial House Ballsgrove, Drogheda, Co Louth Tel 041 9836287 or

Religious and Missionary Vocations: Frances Dignan,”Avila” Bloomfield Avenue, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Tel 01 6689954                                  

 

 

29April    

Fourth Sunday of Easter

6 May

Fifth Sunday of Easter

Vigil

Pierce & Sean Glynn

Vigil

Angelo Whyte & Ann Reilly

9.00am

Katie Rooney &

Eddie & Christy Nulty

9.00am

James & Agnes Rooney

11.00am

Deceased members of the Mannering family

11.00am

Sean Timmons &

John & Maura Harvey

12.15pm

Alice Beggy &

Ann & Bernadette Hannigan

12.15pm

Bridget Colfer &

Bridget McIntyre & David Conmey

         

 

      

      Monday              Bridget Eiffe                                                         Tuesday              Nickie Caffrey      

     Friday                 Mass for all those on the parish list of the dead     Saturday          Tom Duffy     

 

MA in Management Community & Voluntary Services. Also MA in Leadership & Pastoral Care.  A taught Programme Validated by Dublin City University. Applications invited for September 2007. Completed applications must be submitted by Monday 14th May 2007. For more information contact All Hallows College, The Postgraduate Office tel 01 8520 756/ email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Alzheimer’s Tea Day: in Ratoath Manor Nursing Home on Thursday May 3rd from 1.30pm-3.30pm  Make your Cuppa Count. All welcome.

 

Alzheimer’s Tea Day at Foxlodge on Saturday 5th May 11.00am -1.00pm Please come. All welcome.

 

Historic Courthouse: Members of Meath Archaeological & Historical Society, will visit Mullingar Courthouse on Sunday, April 29th at 3.00pm. Lecture & Guided Tour by Ruth Illingworth M.A. All Welcome.

The Ratoath Community Games committee would like to thank everyone who contributed to the recent Church gate collection which raised €1,280.

The Carers Association is a charity that assists family carers with information, support groups, home respite and advice. We are based in Blanchardstown village. Phone Jacqueline or Michelle for more information at 01 8119564

 

Ratoath Active Age will meet on Friday 4th May in the Community Centre from 11.00am-1.00pm

 

Ratoath Garden Club Monday 30th April at 8.15pm, Ratoath Community Centre. Speaker Ciaran Burke will give a talk “Up the garden wall and down it” all Welcome. Plant Sale.

 

Ratoath Pitch & Putt Club invite you to an Family Adult and Juvenile day on Sunday 6th May from 2.00pm onwards. New members welcome. Phone 01 8256087

 

Dance Fit Get Fit...Dance It!   SALSA, LATIN, JIVE in Line !  No partner or experience needed. Informal & relaxed dance class for adults. Emphasis on its use for keep fit while having fun!  "Two left feet" most welcome!  Beginners: Wednesday morning at 10.00am,

Thursday evenings at 8.00pm.  Starting April 25th & 26th. To book your place or for more information, phone Lisa on 086 8572571.

 

Ratoath ICA. Tuesday 1st May in Ratoath Community Centre 8.15pm New members welcome.

 

Spring into Summer- Group Personal Training; 8 weeks fitness class and nutrition talk for ladies, beginners welcome. Monday evenings at 7.30pm or Wednesday mornings at 10.00am. Venue Ratoath GAA clubhouse. Starts this week so book now with Mary, tel 087 326 7417 cost €95.00

 

Juvenile Disco Sean Eiffe Park, Ratoath on Friday 4th May 8 to12 years olds from 6.30pm-8.00pm €5.00 and 12 and over from 8.30pm-11.00pm. €7.00. Fully supervised.

 

Adult Art Classes will commence shortly in the Ratoath Community Centre, Tuesday evenings from 8.30pm-10.30pm. Beginners and intermediate catered for. Please ring Michael Daly on

087 247 2082 for more information. 

 

The Venue Theatre presents “Don’t Dress for Dinner” by Coolmine Drama Group on Thursday 4th Friday 5th and Saturday 5th May at 8.00pm Admission €16/14.   A Ceili Mor in aid of the Special Olympics Ireland will be held on Sunday 6th May at 8.30pm Tickets €15.00 from the box office, Ratoath Community Centre, tel  01 6895600

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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