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Parish Bulletin 5th February 2012

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

5 February 2012

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. Brendan   
 
Cemetery Sunday is on Sunday 20th May 2012
 
Congratulations to Charley Rafter (Leigh Valley), Ryan Buckley (Foxlodge Manor), Aoibhe Goggin (Meadowbank Hill) & Lily Dehora (Milltree Park) who were baptised during the week. 
 
Please pray for Ita Doran (Tankardstown), Michael Eiffe (Curragha Road), Canon John Paddy Battelle (Ballinteer), brother of Laurie Dunne (Growtown), Mary Cox (Athlone) mother of Bernie O’ Connell (Foxbrook) and Patricia Bernie (Kilcullen) sister of Dolores Colgan (Porterstown Lane) who died during the week. May they rest in peace.
 
Parents who have children for baptism should attend the Baptismal Meeting in the Parish Pastoral Centre on Wednesday next 8th February at 8.00pm
 
All members of the Children’s Liturgy Committee will meet in the Parish Pastoral Centre on Wednesday next 8th February at 8.00pm
 
A course in Ministry and Evangelisation is being offered by Maryvale Institute (Birmingham) during the coming year. It is a one year course which begins in March and ends in December 2012. It is a distance learning course i.e. students study at home, following a Course book provided by Maryvale. A Study Day will be held in Castlepollard, Co Westmeath on Saturday, March 10th to introduce students to the Course. Further information from 044-9664127/044-9664016/087-2626738. Latest date for registration is March 2nd 2012.
 
May, on Thursdays from 7.30pm to 9.30pm in Purcell House, Room 2, All Hallows College, Drumcondra 01-8373745 ext 552 or email: adultlearning @allhallows.ie
 
Emotional Transformation - 1 Day Workshop 12th February Emmaus Retreat Centre, Swords. Time: 10.30am - 4.30pm  Price: €65.00 Cost Includes Lunch. Emotional Transformation is a simple, self-help, natural healing technique that is easy to learn and will elegantly transform and release trapped uncomfortable feelings, anxiety, and worry leaving you feeling freer, peaceful and lighter.  
Facilitators: Aisling Killoran and Ray Manning of Accomplish Change Clinic in Dublin.
 
The National Parish Youth Conference is aimed at 12 - 18 year olds on 25th February in Tullamore. An outline of the event and a registration form is available at www.tullamoreparish.ie.
 

5 Feb

Fifth  Sunday in Ordinary Time

12 Feb

Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Vigil

7.00pm

Joe Gorman  & Tom Everard

Vigil 7.00pm

 

9.00am

Bob Slattery

9.00am

 

11.00am

Pud & Winnie Mahon

11.00am

Michael & Bridget Carey

Eugene & Ronnie Brannigan

12.15pm

Jack Reid & Fergus Haverty

12.15pm

Deceased members of the Maher & Kinsella families

 

                                                                                 

                                        
  Monday    Special Intention             Thursday            Gerry Hart & Tom Loughnane
  Saturday   No morning Mass
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Parishioners, who are PAYE workers and who have received the form for tax relief for donations to eligible charities and approved bodies (CHY2 Form), are asked to return the completed forms to the Parish Office as soon as possible.
 
Ratoath Junior National School, Ratoath Senior National School and Ratoath College are delighted and excited that they have in total 7 finalists in the Doddle4google art competition. This is a phenomenal result and opportunity for Ratoath Schools. There is no other place in Ireland who has come anywhere near this achievement. This is a great honour for the children and for our schools. We need you and all your extended family and friends to vote for the children’s entries online www.google.ie/doodle4google/2012/vote.html There is at least one Ratoath finalist in each category. There is a €10,000 prize to the school for the overall winner. 
 
Ratoath College will transform into the streets of 1950's New York between the 6th and 10th of Feb, as the students put on a wonderful performance of West Side Story.  Tickets for the show are now on sale and priced at €10 (stalls) & €12 (upper circle).  For a night of magical musical performance inspired by William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, buy your tickets now and for further information log onto www.ratoathcollege.ie 
 
 
running  training courses for Community Groups this Spring -  Website Development for Community Groups, PR and Communications for Community Groups, Oral History Training Programme, Care and Conservation of Historic Graveyards and Tour Guide.  Contact Áine on 046 9280 790, email 
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Eight week programme for Older Adults in Navan starting Monday 6th February in the Pitch and Putt Club at 11am. Activities will include seated Pilates, Movement for Life, core stability/balance and bowls.  Nominal charge to cover facility and refreshments. For details contact Meath LSP on 046-9067337.
 

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