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Parish Bulletin 24 December 2006

      Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

24 December 2006


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Christmas 2006



May the Peace of Christmas

touch your life.                                           May Bethlehem’s                                        bright star of Hope                                       shine out for you.                                      And may the Christ child                                hold you always in His love.                          





     We wish all our parishioners                a Blessed Christmas and          a Happy New Year


Congratulations to Charlie McHugh (Fox Lodge Manor), Sean Ferry (Somerville) and

Eoin Murnin (St. Oliver’s Park) who were baptised recently.


There will be no Eucharistic Adoration on Wednesday 27th December or

on Wednesday 3rd January.


There will be no Mass on Thursday, Friday or Saturday morning this week.


Envelope Collection for the weekending 10th & 17th December €4,078.75

Many thanks for your continued support and generosity.


Carol singers Darragh and Mark Hoare, Alex and Hannah Coakley and Sarah Doran collected €30 for the Vincent de Paul during the week.





24 Dec

Fourth Sunday of Advent

 31 Dec

Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph


Charles & Elizabeth Keogh

& Aubrey Mc Auley

& Mc Auley & Carthy Families


Tom & Mary Gannon

Tommy & Mary Wall


Chrissie Furman


John & Elizabeth Ryan


John & Margaret Donnelly

& Ella Smith


Margaret & James Nolan

& Teresa & Patrick Gorman


O’Brien, Vidler & Glynn Families

Baby Killian McDonnell (Month’s Mind)


Kevin White




Tuesday               Paddy & Clare Kelly    (11.00am Nursing Home)  

Wednesday          Benny Wallace             (11.00am Nursing Home)






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Mass Times for Christmas


Christmas Eve:                                                       5.00pm;     7.00pm (Folk Mass);    9.00pm


Christmas Day                                            9.00am;    11.00am;             and 12.15pm


Christmas Prayer.

Almighty God, born a tiny baby in Bethlehem, you trusted Mary and Joseph to make you a safe and loving home. May we likewise trust in you for every good thing. You embraced our humanity in order to give us a share of your divine life. May we acknowledge you as our Creator and accept the gift of your life within us. In Jesus, you gave us hope of life without end. May we give you praise, glory and thanksgiving in this Christmas season and throughout the New Year. Amen.



























































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