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Parish Bulletin - 29th April 2006

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

30 April 2006

 

01 8256207

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Congratulations to Daniel Boucher (Fox Lodge Woods), Emily Stenson (Meadowbank Hill),  Jack Clarke (Jamestown Park), Alannah Whelehan (Seagrave Hall),  Evelyn Deering  (Curragha Road) and Emily Foster (Moulden Bridge) who were baptised recently.

The sick and the housebound will be attended to in their homes on this Thursday and Friday.

Please pray for Maureen Moore (Ratoath Manor Nursing Home) who died during the week.

May she rest in peace.

Parish Liturgy Committee will meet on Wednesday 3rd May at 8.00pm in the Parochial House.

 

First Communion for the Second class boys and girls from Ratoath will take place next Saturday. There are three ceremonies, one at 10.30am, one at 12.15pm and one at 2.00pm.

We wish all the boys and girls and their families and friends every good wish and blessing for the day.

 

Good News for Ratoath Junior National School:

The Minister for Education and Science has announced that the long awaited extension to the Junior School (six new classrooms, renovation of some rooms in the existing building, an enlarged GP room, office facilities etc) is now to proceed to tender and construction.                                We thank the Principal, the Board of Management, the teachers, the Parents Association, the design team and our local public representatives who have worked so hard to progress this project to this stage.

 

Anointing of the Sick:

The annual anointing of the sick will take place at the 11.00am and 12.15pm Masses this weekend (30th April). If you know of any elderly, sick or infirm parishioners in your area, perhaps you could assist in bringing them to one of the Masses on Sunday.

 

Envelope collection for the week ending 30th April €2,211.70  Many thanks for your support.

Lithuanian Mass at the Parish Church Ashbourne on this Sunday 30th April at 6.00pm.

This year Cemetery Sunday will be on 21st May beginning with evening prayer for the dead in the Parish Church at 5.00pm followed by rosary and blessings of the graves.

A meeting of the Board of Management of Ratoath College will take place at 8.00pm in the Parochial House on Thursday 4th May.

Tai Chi Classes - Adults. Tai Chi classes for adults will commence in the Ratoath Community Centre on Wednesday 3rd May from 10.00am to 11.00am or Monday 8th May from 10.00am to 11.00am for eight weeks. Tai Chi is the art of movement and meditation which helps you to de-stress, relax and breath.  A very nurturing course.   Suitable to all age groups from 8 - 80.  Limited places available so contact Suzanne on 086-3011915 to reserve your place.  

 

Alzheimer Tea Day in Ratoath Manor Nursing Home on Thursday 4th May from 11.00am to 2.00pm. All welcome.

On Saturday 6th May at Marie Ryan’s, Fox Lodge, Ratoath, a coffee morning in aid of the Alzheimer Society from 11.00am to 1.00pm. All welcome. Please come and bring a friend.

Open Day

You are cordially invited to visit Ratoath Community Centre’s Open  Day on this Sunday 30th April from 12 noon to 3 .00pm. Members of the various groups, clubs and organisations who participate in the Centre will be on hand to welcome you.

 

Ratoath Athletic Club outdoor training has resumed at GAA grounds at Brownstown on Tuesday nights from 7-8pm. New members welcome. Juveniles must be 9 years of age this year.

Ratoath ICA AGM will be held on Tuesday 2nd May in the GAA Clubhouse Brownstown at 8.00pm. New Members welcome.

Meath County Council VEC/Beauford College have organised an Open Evening on Tuesday 2nd May at 8.00pm. in order to provide information on new Post Leaving Certificate courses due to commence at the start of the academic year 2006/2007. Phone 046 9021447.

KDR Catering, Sean Eiffe Park, Ratoath. Bar Food Thursday – Saturday 7.00pm-10.00pm.

Carvery lunch Sunday 1.00pm – 5.30pm. Function room available

Contact David or Kathleen 087 9067854 

Congratulations to the under 13 boys who won the international Feile in Birmingham last weekend and a special mention to Brian McMahon who won player of the tournament.

Dermot O’Leary and the Bards in the GAA Clubhouse on Saturday 6th May. Tickets €20

                            Ratoath Harps Lotto Results  3.13.19.22.  No Jackpot Winner

30 April

Third Sunday of Easter

7 May

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Vigil

Pierce & Sean Glynn

& Mary Burke

Vigil

Mich O’Mahony

& Susan Timmins

9.00am

Eddie & Christy Nulty

9.00am

Tommy Everard (Month’s Mind)

11.00am

Brigid Boshell and

& Sister Perpetienne

11.00am

Daniel & Sarah Eiffe

& Brian Kelly

12.15pm

Special Intention

12.15pm

Thomas Madden

Monday          Bridget McIntyre & David Conmey (11.00am  Nursing Home)

Tuesday          Thomas Clince

Wednesday     Special Intention                    

Thursday         Special Intention

Friday             For all those on the Parish List of the Dead

Saturday         Ratoath First Communion Day         

 

 

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