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Parish Bulletin 11th April 2010

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

11 April 2010

( 01 8256207

 

Opening hours for the Parish Office: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 9.30am– 4.00pm

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to Carla Naughton (Dunsany) and Cian Boyle (Steeplechase Green) who were baptised at the Easter Vigil.

 

Congratulations to Abraham Zidan who was confirmed at the Easter Vigil.

 

 

Next weekend at the Saturday Vigil Mass and the 11.00am and 12.15pm Masses on Sunday we welcome the boys and girls, who are to receive their First Communion in the next few weeks, to their final Mass of preparation of the Do This In Memory Me” Programme.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes, 12th to 17th September, led by Bishop Smith. The fare is €699 which is fully inclusive of return flights. 5 nights full board, taxes and travel insurance. Booking can be made by contacting: Pilgrimages Abroad, Unit 1, The Court, Bridgefoot St., Dublin 8. Tel: 01 6359300.Hospital Pilgrims wishing to travel on the special section for the sick should contact the local Lourdes Hospitalité secretary, Tel. No. Special youth section, for young people over 18 years, fare €450. Contact Fr. Mark English. 01-8255342.

 

Envelope Collection for the week ending 28th March €1,501.23

Many thanks for your continued support and generosity.

 

The parents who assist in the “Do This In Memory Me” Programme will meet on next Tuesday 13th April at 7.30pm in the Parish Pastoral Centre.

 

A meeting of the Board of Management of Ratoath Junior National School will take place on next Tuesday 13th April at 7.30pm in the Parish Pastoral Centre.

 

The Baptismal Programme for parents who have children for baptism in the near future takes place in the Parish Pastoral Centre at 8.00pm next Wednesday 14th April

 

 

A meeting of the Liturgy Committee will take place on next Thursday 15th April at 8.30pm in the Parish Pastoral Centre.

 

 

Navan Rotary Club: Variety Concert in the Ardboyne Hotel on 14th April at 8.00pm in aid of local charities. Tickets €15.00 contact Ann on 01 8256150.

 

 

 

“All my Sons”, a play by Arthur Miller will be performed by Dunshaughlin Players  in The Venue Theatre Ratoath from 15th to 17th April at 8pm Sharp

 

Ratoath Musical Society present ”Some Like It Hot” in The Venue Theatre from 21st to 24th April at 8.00pm.Tickets €15.00

 

 

Get Creative this Year - Art Classes for Adults in Ratoath Community Centre on Wednesday evening 8pm to 10 pm. 8 week term for €80.00. All levels welcome, no previous experience necessary. Classes run continually so you can start anytime


Ratoath Youth Art Club. Art classes - a creative & fun outlet for your children in Ratoath Community Centre Saturdays 10am-11.30am ages 6-12 - - €100 for 10 weeks (flexible payment plan available). All materials supplied. Contact Michael Daly 087 2472082 for further details

 

Artisan Food and Craft Market in Dalgan Park on this Sunday11th April from 10.00am to 3.00pm. Supported by the Artisan Food Producers of Meath and Columban Missionaries, Dalgan Park

 

Ratoath Community Support Group (supporting parents of children with special or additional needs) The group meets once a month on the second Tuesday of the month (during school terms) The next meeting Tuesday 13th April at 8pm in the Community Centre (Boardroom). Newcomers very welcome! If you would like more information, contact Geraldine on 01-8241780.

 

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Ratoath RFC Annual Awards Dinner takes place in the Marriott Hotel on the 24th April. This wonderful evening has a host of special guests in attendance with band and disco till late. Tickets are available at €100 each.  This is our clubs main fundraising event for the year.  Please contact any committee member or email Nicola Finglas at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Meath Field Names Group. Volunteers wanted- briefing meetings. The Meath Field Names Group is a voluntary group established in May 2008.  This project is to record and publish the ‘Field Names’ of County Meath along with their history, folklore and relevant information.  This project is financed by Meath Partnership and FBD Trust. The Group wishes to invite persons who are interested in finding out more about this project and in helping to gather information in their local area to one of six Briefing / Training Evenings to be held around the County.  Details as follows:-  GAA Complex, Trim – Thurs 15th April, 7.30pm

Pastoral Centre, Dunshaughlin – Tuesday 20th April 7.30pm. If you have any queries please contact Joan on 087-2077622 / This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Oliver on 086-3322821 / This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Family Quiz Night in aid of Trocaire on Friday 16th April at 8.00pm in the GAA Clubhouse. A great fun night out for families please support.

 

Aisling Group Intl.  hosts M3 Motorway Cycle, May 16th 2010. Also included Commemorative Cycle for the late "Niall Healion" Families & individual cyclists are invited to take part in this fantastic event. For further information please contact our offices at 046-9074300 or 046-9075979 - web-site: www.m3cycle.ie or Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Weigh Loss Clinic. To find out more contact Adrian at 086 259 8867

 

11 April

Second Sunday of Easter

18 April

Third Sunday of Easter

Vigil

7.00pm

Laoise & Con Buckley

& Vincent Geraghty

Vigil

7.00pm

Pete Wheeler (Month’s Memory)

Pa & Julia Donnelly and deceased members of Donnelly family

9.00am

Katie & Kevin  Darby

Helen Kavanagh and Kavanagh family

9.00am

Pirece Glynn

& John Kavanagh

11.00am

Michael Flood

& Maureen Harold

11.00am

Mick, Molly & Elizabeth Mannering & Tony Donnelly

12.15pm

Joseph & Mary White

& John & Maura Harvey

12.15pm

Breda & Gerry Kenny

& Ernest Devine

 

Monday        Bridget Eiffe                              Thursday   Margaret Casey

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But the great thing is that God gives us so many opportunities of responding to his ever-present love. To be able to come through or to be carried through, the Gethsemane of things which make what was once seemingly impossible, possible, is part of the gist of what it means to be a sharer in what Resurrection means. It’s the end of promoting the phoney self and the shallow living out of half a life- it’s about a new sort of space to grow in.

 

                                                                                      John Michael Hanvey   Prayed Out

 

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