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Parish Bulletin 1st April 2018

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

                1 April 2018

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Opening hours for the Parish Office: 10.00am – 1.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday    

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Eucharistic Adoration on Wednesdays from 10.00am to 10.00pm. All are welcome.

Today (Easter Sunday) is a blue offering day.

Please pray for Jimmy Landy, son of Tess and Jim Landy (Peackockstown) who died recently. May he rest in peace.

Next Sunday 8th April, the  Divine Mercy Ceremonies with Confessions and Mass will be held in Dunshaughlin Church starting at 2.30pm. 

The Poor Clares in Galway are hosting a Cloister day on Saturday 21stApril  from 10am to 5pm to help young women between the ages of 21 and 40 to find out more about the Poor Clare way of life with a view to vocation discernment. Contact: Sr. Faustina at:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Meath Archaeological and Historical Society - Mass in Mullingar Cathedral in celebration of the centenary of the founding of the Society at 11.00 am on Sunday 8th April.  Celebrant: Most Rev Dr Michael Smith, Bishop of Meath. Inquiries to J. Clancy, PRO, at 01 8259438, website www.mahs.ie

Meath Alzheimer Cafe:  Please note that the Meath Alzheimer Café will not be held on Wednesday, 4th April, as it falls during Easter week, the next Café will be held on Wednesday 2nd May.

                                              World Meeting of Families

The World Meeting of Families takes place from 21 – 26 August in Dublin on the theme, ‘The Gospel of the Family: Joy for the World’. 

Pope Francis, will arrive in Dublin on Saturday, 25 August, and will take part in the ‘Festival of Families’ in Croke Park. On Sunday 26 August, Pope Francis will be the chief celebrant at Holy Mass in the Phoenix Park and this liturgy will bring to a conclusion the World Meeting of Families 2018.  Full details of the papal schedule will be released at a later date.

                        

Registration for all WMOF2018 events is open via www.worldmeeting2018.ie.

Individual pilgrims and families can now register for the main three-day WMOF2018 Congress from August 22nd – 24th; for the Festival of Families on Saturday 25th August; and for the Closing Mass on Sunday, 26th August. Register on www.worldmeeting2018.ie

1 April

Easter Sunday

8 April

Second Sunday of Easter

7. 8.00pm

Mass for the People of the Parish

7. 7.00pm

Bridget Johnson (Month’s Memory)

Edward Gannon

Nicholas Keogh

1  9.00am

Mass for the People of the Parish

1  9.00am

Eileen & Liam Wallace

1  11.00am

Mass for the People of the Parish

1  11.00am

Patsy Phelan

Andy, Lilian, Pudsar & Tony Toole

1  12.15pm

Mass for the People of the Parish

1  12.15pm

Tommy & Thomas Everard

Maura & John Harvey

                                                                                                                                   

                                                            

             Monday        Mass at 11.00am in the Nursing Home       Con & Baby Laoise Buckley   

            Thursday     John McGowan (Month’s Memory)  

             Friday           Mass for all those on the Parish list of the Dead                Saturday     No morning Mass

                  Easter 2018

Many thanks to all who helped with the Holy Week ceremonies,

- sacristans and servers, youth group; altar society and church cleaners, the Parish Choir, the Folk Group, musicians, organists and cantors:

commentators, readers and Eucharistic Ministers;

participants in the washing of the Feet and

the presentation of the gifts on Holy Thursday.

Eucharistic ministers who took Holy Communion to the sick and housebound.

Those who assisted for the Veneration of the Cross,

and those who lead the Stations on Good Friday.

Those who prepared the Palm for Palm Sunday,

the altar of repose for Holy Thursday and those

who prepared the flowers for Holy Thursday,

the Easter Vigil and Easter Sunday.

We wish all our parishioners a very happy and Joyful Easter.

An Easter Blessing

May the risen Christ fill you with joy,

a joy only he can give.

May his triumph bring new hope

and new light into your life.

May you share today in the exaltation

experienced by all his disciples.

May you be a witness to his resurrection

to all you meet and greet today.   Amen. 

 

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