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Parish Bulletin 5th April 2009
Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath 5 April 2009
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Opening hours for the Parish Office: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 9.30am– 4.00pm

  Congratulations to Alanna Ducie (Jamestown Park) and Jude Galvin (Woodlands Hall) who were baptised recently. 
Trocaire Boxes should be returned to the boxes at the back of the church as soon as possible
 
                                                                Parish Cemetery                                                           We regret any inconvenience caused during the work that is taking place in the parish cemetery.
 Our Lenten Cross: During this Holy Week, you can place a peg on the cross to symbolise a worry, anxiety, suffering or illness you or your family carry at this time or you can remove one of the pegs from the cross, committing yourself to pray this week for the needs of the person who placed the peg on the cross.    Ratoath Parish Youth Team will resume after Easter. Relics of St. Thérèse of Lisieux: will arrive in Dunshaughlin Church on Wednesday, April 8th at 2.00pm.The relics will remain for veneration until 9.00am the following morning (Thursday)  Next Sunday (Easter Sunday) is a blue offering day.Envelope Collection for the week ending 19th & 26th March €2,485.76Many thanks for your continued support and generosity.  Reminder: Please return your CHY2 tax forms to the parish office as soon as possible.
Confessions
Monday                         After the Morning Mass
Tuesday                         7.30pm – 8.30pm
Wednesday                              After the morning Mass
Good Friday                  After the Stations of the Cross
Holy Saturday               11.30am- 12.30pm
 
5 MarchPalm Sunday12 AprilEaster Sunday
Vigil 7.00pmEdward GannonEllen FaganVigil 9.00pmPeople of the Parish
9.00amMichael Flood9.00amPeople of the Parish
11.00amJohn & Maura Harvey11.00am People of the Parish
12.15pmLaoise & Con BuckleyEamon Tonge12.15pmPeople of the Parish
       Monday   Tom Roche                      Tuesday     Molly Gaffney                     Wednesday      Bridget Eiffe Ratoath Community Support Group is holding its annual fundraiser "The Ratoath Fashion Show" on Thursday 23rd April in The Venue, Ratoath Community Centre. Local Models, Surprise guests, Great Raffle prizes. Tickets €25 on sale at The Venue. Phone 6895600. The Closing Date for the Volunteer in the Community Awards 2008 has been extended to Wednesday 8th April.          Holy Week Ceremonies  -  Ratoath   Wednesday          Morning Mass at 9.45am.                                                                 Eucharist Adoration from 10.00am to 10.00pm.  Holy Thursday            Mass of the Lord’s Supper             8.00pm         On Holy Thursday, we recall the Last Supper the night before          Jesus died. The Last Supper was the first Mass celebrated by    Jesus,   when he gathered with his friends and told them         “do this in memory of me”.                           After the Holy Thursday ceremony, you are welcome to pray at                       the Altar of Repose. Adoration will end at 10.00pm   Good Friday    Stations of the Cross                  3.00pm                     Some young people in the parish will lead the Way of the Cross through                      reflection, mime and music.         Celebration of the Lord’s Passion 8.00pm        This is the main celebration for Good Friday.                        We hear again the story of Christ’s suffering and death.                        We venerate the cross and at the conclusion of this solemn but                                simple service, we receive Holy Communion.                        A short reflective prayer service around the Cross will take                          place after the main ceremony at approximately 9.30pm.                                          during which there will be an opportunity for confessions.          Holy Saturday     Morning Prayer                  11.00am                Easter Vigil                                 9.00pm On this Holy night, we pass from darkness of death on Good Friday to the empty tomb and joy of Christ’s resurrection. The light of Christ and the       blessing of new water remind us of our hope in the Risen Jesus. “In the world in which we live, of inflated words, we must rediscover silence and meditation. This is how we must prepare ourselves for the Easter Vigil, when the veil or sorrow, is swept away by joy”                                                                                                Pope Benedict XV1, St Peter’s square, 2007.
 

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