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Parish Bulletin 13th October 2013

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

13 October 2013

        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  
 
Congratulations to Zoe Elwood (Milltree Park), Aidan & Tadgh Dempsey (Foxlodge Wood), 
Zoe Cameron (Foxlodge Manor) and Feiphlim McCarthy (Steeplechase Green) who were baptised recently.
 
Please pray for Margaret Barron (Santry), mother of Mariese Coyne (Fairyhouse Road) and Grace Convery (Dublin) sister of Terri Kellett (Cairn Court) who died during the week. 
May they rest in peace.

 

Eucharistic Adoration every Wednesday from 10.00am to 10.00pm. All welcome.
 
Next Sunday is Mission Sunday. In his first encyclical “Light of Faith”, Pope Francis invites us to reflect on the great gift of faith and how this adds so much to the quality and meaning of life. Sharing this message of faith to the world is our Christian duty, especially assisting the growth of our young mission churches. The collection taken up at Masses next weekend is for the Missions. For further information visit www.wmi.iw
 
This weekend we welcome the boys and girls of Sixth Class who are preparing for Confirmation in March. They will be accompanied by their parents and during the Masses the boys and girls will present their Confirmation Commitment forms.
 
A meeting of the Board of Management of Ratoath Senior National School will be held in the Parish Pastoral Centre on Monday evening 14that 8.00pm 
 
A meeting of the Board of Management of Ratoath Junior National School will be held in the Parish Pastoral Centre on Tuesday evening 15th at 8.00pm 
 
A meeting of the Safeguarding Children Committee will be held in the Parish Centre, Dunshaughlin at 7.30pm on Wednesday evening 16th at 7.30pm
 

Over 55's Exercise Class: Gentle Stretches and Exercises to improve your health, every Tuesday at 10am in Ashbourne Library and every Thursday at 11am in Dunshaughlin Pastoral Centre. Please call Catherine 0872883729

 

A Paediatric First Aid Course takes place in Ratoath Community Centre on Tuesday 8th and 15th October 2 hours per session - 10am to 12pm. Rate €50 (for both days). To book ring 6895600

 
 

13 Oct

Twenty Eight Sunday in Ordinary Time

20 Oct

Twenty Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Mission Sunday)

7.00pm

Christy Donnelly

Bridget Whiteson

Francis C. Byrne

7.00pm

Paddy & Mary Cassidy

9.00am

Special Intention

9.00am

Maureen Regan

11.00am

Peter & Mary Moore

11.00am

Masie & Joe McCormack

12.15pm

Bernard Fitzgerald

12.15pm

 

      

Monday              Donal Wells                                  Tuesday       Thomas Donohue

Wednesday          Stanley Vidler                                Thursday      Patricia Doyle         

Friday            Willie Kissane & Sandra Buttner                          Saturday                  No morning Mass

Tickets for the 3rd Ratoath College musical  Grease are available from the college at €10 per ticket. The show will run from Wednesday 23rd to Friday 25thOctober and promises to be a great show.

Pilates every Monday morning at 10.30am in  Ratoath Community Centre. Contact Nicola Hayden 087 6975207


Ratoath's Camogie players play Kilmessan in the Intermediate Championship Final in Boardsmill with a 2pm throw in this Sunday 13th October. All support is welcome in this fixture


Lotto results: numbers are 1,14,17 & 21. No winner. Next weeks jackpot €8.000

 

Starcamp are running a children’s Halloween Camp in Ratoath GAA club from 29th October to 1st November from 9.30am to 2.30pm daily with a finale show on the Friday for parents to come and see. The camp is a fun filled way for boys and girls aged 4-12 to spend their school holidays. Singing, acting and dancing in a non competitive self esteem building environment. To book your child’s place visit www.starcamp.ie or call us on (021) 4377900

 

Vincent’s. This shop has supported both Ratoath and Dunshaughlin SVP Conferences for the last 22 years  It is managed by local volunteers who have given generously of their time and energy We need support from the local community with clothes, Bric-a-Brac etc .The Shop is located in Dunshaughlin on the Main St on the right before the National School. Opening hours;
10am – 3- 30pm Tues, Fri and Sat  Ratoath SVP Mob No 0879875641
 
Adult Ceili Dance Classes in St Patrick’s Hall Dunshaughlin every Thursday at 8.15pm. 
Contact Monica 087 273 4446
 
Dunboyne Community Employment has the following vacancy for people eligible to work under the Community Employment scheme. Position: Ground Maintenance Dunshaughlin area. Will require Garda clearance.  For further details please contact Danny Gaughan at 087-2626727 email; 
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On Tuesday 22ndOctober in Dunshaughlin Pastoral Centre:  Meath Archaeological and Historical Society lecture 'Kingship, Violence and  the Loch Da Gabhor Landscape', a talk on aspects of the Lagore excavations by Niamh Carty and Patrick Gleeson in the Pastoral Centre, Dunshaughlin, at 7.30pm. Held in association with the Dunshaughlin Historical Society. All welcome. For inquiries contact J. Clancy at 01 8259438

       Pope Francis from the General Audience on Wednesday last 9th October

Dear Brothers and Sisters: In the Creed, we profess that the Church is "catholic"; in other words, she is universal. We can understand this catholicity in three ways.                       First, the Church is catholic because she proclaims the apostolic faith in its entirety; she is the place where we meet Christ in his sacraments and receive the spiritual gifts needed to grow in holiness together with our brothers and sisters.                                                  The Church is also catholic because her communion embraces the whole human race, and she is sent to bring to the entire world the joy of salvation and the truth of the Gospel. Finally, the Church is catholic because she reconciles the wonderful diversity of God’s gifts to build up his People in unity and harmony.                                        Let us ask the Lord to make us more catholic – to enable us, like a great family, to grow together in faith and love, to draw others to Jesus in the communion of the Church, and to welcome the gifts and contributions of everyone, in order to create a joyful symphony of praise to God for his goodness, his grace, and his redemptive love.

 

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