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Parish Bulletin 12th June 2011

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

12 June 2011

01 8256207

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

 

 

 

Priest on Duty: Fr. Gerry
 
Meeting of the Parish Finance Committee on Tuesday 14th June at 8.30pm in the Parish Pastoral Centre.
 
Next Sunday, Trinity Sunday, is a blue offering day.
Envelope Collection for the week ending 29th May & 5th June €1,867.11
Many thanks for your continued support and generosity.
 
 
 
 
Pilgrimage to Clonard on next Sunday 19th June. Celebration of the Eucharist at 3.15pm led by Bishop Smith. All welcome. If you wish to walk the pilgrim route, gather at St. Etchen’s National School, Kinnegad from 12.15pm. Departing for Ard na Relige (7.5km walk) from 12.45pm or pilgrims may assemble at Ard na Relige for 3.00pm.
 
Lough Derg Three Day Pilgrimage: Begin on any day of the week from Wednesday 1st June until Saturday 13th August. Cost:  €55 includes boat fare and accommodation. For bookings or information Visit:  www.loughderg.org or Email:  
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  Tel:  071 9861518 (from N.I. 028 686 32391)Lough Derg Office, Pettigo, Co Donegal
 
Knock Summer Festival 24th -26th June Strictly 18-35’s. €70.00 (including food and accommodation). For information contact 094 9388100/ 087 6927850.
 
Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes led by Bishop Smith, 12-17 September. Fare €699 includes return flights, 5 nights full board, taxes & travel insurance. Contact Pilgrimages Abroad 01-6359300.  
 
Fr Liam Lawton: The Glendalough Mass Choir Workshop. Choir members are invited to come along to a workshop in Dowdstown House, Dalgan Park, Navan on Wednesday June 22nd at 8pm. Two years ago Fr Liam Lawton was invited by GIA Music to compose a new Missal setting based on a new English translation from the Latin Mass, which he has called The Glendalough  Mass. Each participant will receive a Book of the Glendalough Mass and CD. The book contains Choral Parts, Piano Accompaniment and Guitar Chords and the cost per person €15. Liam is inviting all choir members to come to the workshop so that for future Diocesan events we will have a new Mass Setting that is common to all Parishes. For bookings please contact us by email or phone.087 7476007 / 046 9051814 email: 
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12 June

Pentecost Sunday

19 June

Trinity Sunday

Vigil

7.00pm

John O’Rourke

& Annie, Michael & Bobby Walls

Vigil 7.00pm

Mary & Joseph Elliott &

 John,Christine, & Lily O’Connor

9.00am

 

9.00am

Donal Wells & Dan Moore

11.00am

Thomas, Margaret,& Brendan Campbell

11.00am

Deceased members of the O’Neill family (Knockmarian)

& Tony Ryan

12.15pm

 Davy Colfer.  Deceased members of the Hannigan family

& Molly Devine (Months Mind)

12.15pm

 Mary & James O’Neill

& Kathleen Kenny

 

 
 
Thursday       Betty Dunne (Month’s Mind)                Saturday   No morning Mass
 
Barbeque in the GAA Clubhouse on 18th June. Tickets from clubhouse. Live music.  Book early. 
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The Ratoath Musical Society: present their production of “The Spice of Life” a show full of musical & dramatic treats for all the senses. Venue Theatre June 16th – 19th. Tickets from the Venue box office 01 689 5600, Ratoath Pharmacy or tel Gillian 086 24411973
 

Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival Street Market Food and Crafts. From 23rd September – 25th September 11 If you would like to book a stall email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call Rosemary 087 2419449, Eitenne 087 2905403. The fee is €50.00 per stall per day.

Charity Book Sale in aid of MS Ireland, on Sunday 26 June 11.00am-2.00pm. In Ratoath Community Centre.  All books priced at €1.00 in. You can donate books, collection can be arranged or leave books at the Community Centre. Tel Mary 01 4433770.

 
The Adult Literacy Centre starting in September. Courses in Family Literacy, Maths, Spelling Techniques, Computers, Introduction to the Internet, Communications, Consumer Awareness, Food and Nutrition as well as offering Fetac level 1,2 and 3 minor and major awards. Family Literacy is a short 6 week course on how to introduce maths and reading in a fun way to your child in an everyday setting.  Contact Dympna in Dunshaughlin Community College  01 8011 787
 
Aileen Wilson (The Old Mill) would like to thank all those who contributed to the Alzheimer Tea morning in May. Amounted raised €637

***********************************************************************************************                                                The New Missal

What differences can we expect at Mass from September 2011?                                               From September, congregations will begin to pray the new translations of the people’s prayers at Mass. These new texts will be on specially produced “congregational cards” and will assist us in becoming more familiar with the new edition. In some places people will, by then, already be familiar with this congregational card through using it at weekday Mass or at parish meetings.

Where do I find the changes in the people’s prayers at Mass?                                                     The congregational card will have all the prayers and responses that are changing. These are also available on www.catholicbishops.ie and www.liturgy-ireland.ie accompanied by brief video explanations. There are new translations of ‘I confess’ ‘Glory to God in the highest’, the Creeds, the acclamations in the Eucharistic Prayers, “Lord, I am not worthy” and a number of other prayers and responses, which are very slightly changed; for example, in the Holy, Holy, we say ‘Lord God of hosts’ and in the response to “Pray, brothers and sisters” the addition of one word, ‘holy’ before “Church”; where we responded ‘And also with you’, we now say ‘ And with your spirit’ 

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In the world today, we are surrounded by, some would say bombarded with, instructions about how we should live, what we should eat and drink and weigh, even what we should think about any given issue...Remembering that we are living in Christ is more important, and putting first our life in him will help us to find balance in all the other areas of our life, too.                                                                               Susan Hibbins from Light for our Path (2011)
 

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