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Parish Bulletin 14th August 2016

 

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

 

14 August 16

 

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Opening hours for the Parish Office: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday; 9.30a.m. – 4.00p.m.

 

 

Eucharistic Adoration: Every Wednesday 10:00 am. until 10.00 pm. All welcome. 

 

 

Holy Hour: In the Nursing Home Chapel on Monday and Friday evening at 7.30pm. All welcome

 

 

Congratulations to Liam Mooney (Foxlodge Manor), Ace Hayden (Milltree Park),

 

Harry Lantry (Foxbrook), Dáire Moynihan (Woodlands), Cara Ruxton (Streamstown)

 

and Billy Stapleton (Swords) who were  baptised recently.

 

 

Monday is the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

 

Masses for the Feast Day will be at 11.00am and 7.00pm

 

 

Study Liturgy at the National Centre for Liturgy St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, Co. Kildare. 
The courses Diploma, Higher Diploma and Masters provide training for those who wish to prepare for parish ministry, and who may be called upon to undertake roles of leadership and training in various pastoral contexts. visit: www.liturgy-ireland.ie

 

 

               
Lough Derg. One day retreat is on Saturday 3rd September. No fasting or walking barefoot.             For further information contact Stella at 0851677325.
A young adults conference (18-40 age group) will be held in All Hallows College on 20th and 21st August. Residential (2 days, I night) €70; non-residential €40. Further information to Declan on 085-8032848 or Aoife on 086-1646971 or email 
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Navan Toastmasters Public speaking club invite you to join them on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month starting September 7th in the Ardboyne Hotel, Navan at 8:00pm sharp

 

 

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14 Aug

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time

21 Aug

Twenty- First Sunday in Ordinary Time

7. 7.00pm

Patricia Murphy

Margaret Grimes

7.  7.00pm

Katherine, Patrick, John, Noel, George

& Ann Cowley

James & Patrick Reilly

Fergal Ronan

Dick O’Brien & deceased members of the family

1   9.00am    

John & Mary Mooney

Larry & Mary Mooney

1   9.00am

Jacqueline Mannering

1  11.00am    

Pudsar Toole

Roger & Elizabeth Corcoran

Betty & Jimmy Mannering

Carmel Chaney

1  11.00am

Des Kelly (Months Memory)

Margaret Cahill

Deceased members of the O’Neill family (Coldwinter)

12.15pm

Christopher & Ann Donnelly

Ray Donnelly

Roderick O’Neill

Rose Larkin

Ann Kerrigan

1  12.15pm

Paddy White

 

 

    Monday       11.00am Frank Reynolds                             Tuesday      May Caffrey
Wednesday               Denis Cleary                              Thursday    Margaret & John Coombes                                Friday                        Brid Maher                                      Saturday     No Morning Mass 
Pope Francis sent a letter to the Refugee Olympic Team   as they prepared to compete in the Olympic Games 2016 taking place in Rio de Janeiro, wishing each of them success in the competition. 
The refugee team is the first of its kind to be created for the Olympics and includes ten members from the countries including South Sudan, Syria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 
One of the team, Yusra Mardini, is a well-known Christian refugee after she swam for three hours in the sea to reach safety. The 19 year old and her sister then helped to save the lives of 20 refugees by dragging their boat to safety in open water when the motor broke down. She will complete in the women’s 100 m freestyle heats on Wednesday.
Dear brothers and sisters Rami Anis, Yiech Pur Biel, James Nyang Chiengjiek, Yonas Kinde, Anjelina Nada Lohalith, Rose Nathike Lokonyen, Paulo Amotun Lokoro, Yusra Mardini, Popole Misenga and Yolande Bukasa Mabika:
I have learned about your team and read some of your interviews so that I could get closer to your lives and your aspirations. I extend my greetings and wish you success at the Olympic Games in Rio — that your courage and strength find expression through the Olympic Games and serve as a cry for peace and solidarity. Your experience serves as testimony and benefits us all.
I pray for you and ask that you, please, do the same for me. 
God bless you.
In brotherhood,
Francis
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Legion of Mary Meetings are held in Ratoath Parish Centre on Mondays at 7.00pm. New members are very welcome. We invite all our Auxiliary Members to join us on Saturday, August 20th for our annual outing starting with 10.00am Mass in St. Mary's Church Navan, followed by the Holy Door of Mercy Pilgrimage and then a visit to the Hill of Tara. Further information: May Tuite 825 0139 / 087 133 4872

 

Family Carers Ireland is providing the QQ1 Level 5 Healthcare Award in September based on demand. This qualification is for employment in Nursing Homes, Hospitals and as homecare workers. To express an interest kindly contact 0579370221
A brand new Blood Donation Clinic coming to Ratoath.  A blood donation clinic to take place on Tuesday 16th August from 5.00pm – 8.00pm in the GAA Club house.
Healthcare vacancies in Co. Meath: Are you over 21 and on a social welfare payment for 12 months? You may be eligible to join Community Employment to work (19.5 hours per week) and train as a care assistant with Navan EDP CLG. Enquiries: Siobhan @0469071938/0863470263
Archaeologist, lecturer and author, Dr. James Lyttleton of Maynooth University will conduct a walking tour in Cruicetown Cemetery, Nobber on Tuesday 23rd August at 7.30pm. 
The subject of the tour is “The Archaeology of Medieval Cruicetown.
Situation Vacant: Sports Development Officer required for Dunboyne Athletic Club, Dunboyne
This is a Community Employment position where eligibility is generally confined to persons on an Irish Social Welfare payment for one year or more and over 25 years old.  Please contact Dunboyne Community Employment on 01-8252864 or 087-2626727 or email 
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Community Employment vacancies with Navan EDP CLG: One maintenance and one cleaner position in Navan (eligibility over 25 years and on a social welfare payment for 12 months) and
care assistants (eligibility over 21 and on a social welfare payment for 12 months). 
Enquiries: Siobhan on 0469071938/0863470263
 

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