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Parish Bulletin 3rd June 18
Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath 3 June 2018 01 8256207 " www.ratoathparish.ie * This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Opening hours for the Parish Office: 10.00am – 1.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday [[ Eucharistic Adoration on Wednesdays from 10.00am to 10.00pm. All are welcome. Holy Hour in the Nursing Home chapel on Monday and Friday evenings at 7.30pm. All Welcome Congratulations to Sean Ward (Ballymore), Chrissie McPartland (Moulden Bridge), Charlie Hanway (Seagrave Hall) and Lexi Lynch (St Olivers Park) who were baptised recently. Congratulations to Joanne Shiel and David Goulding who were married during the week. Envelope Collection for the week ending 20th & 27th May €1,658.05 Many thanks for your continued support and generosity. Retreat (including Mass and Confessions) this Sunday 3rd June in Trim Castle Hotel from 10.00am to 5.00pm. Everyone welcome! Further information, May Tuite 087 133 4872 Meath Alzheimer Cafe: Wednesday, 6th June, from 7.00 - 9.00 p.m. in The Pastoral Centre, Dunshaughlin. All families/carers and loved ones living with Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia are welcome to attend. Guest speaker is Maureen Finlay, Sage Regional Coordinator Meath & Louth who will give a talk on ‘Sage Support & Advocacy Services and Fair Deal Scheme’. Tea/coffee and scones served. Admission is free. Contact: Day Centre at 046-9027007 World Meeting of Families - Icon of the Holy Family visits the Diocese of Meath This initiative encourages prayer and reflection as part of the journey toward WMOF2018. Many families around Ireland have appreciated the opportunity to write their petitions for inclusion at the Papal Mass in the Phoenix Park. These petition sheets will be made available in mid-June for every parish to share with schools, nursing homes and families. We hope to offer an opportunity for pilgrimage to the icon on the following days: 26 June - 28 June St Mary’s Church, Navan 29 June - 1 July Cathedral of Christ the King, Mullingar. 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 03 June Feast of Corpus Christi 10 June Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time 7. 7.00pm John, Sean, Christina & Lily O’Connor Michael Brady (Brownstown) 7. 7.00pm Mae McNally (Month’s Memory) 1 9.00am 1 9.00am 1 11.00am Frank Mason 1 11.00am 1 12.15pm Michael Walsh Paul & Margaret McGarry 1 12.15pm Patricia Smith (Month’s Memory) Ray Lyons Mary & Paddy Walsh Monday Mass at 11.00am Wednesday Deceased members of the McGrane family Thursday Deceased members of the Murray family Saturday Mass at 11.00am in the Nursing Home Brendan Boylan & Eileen & Enda O’Gorman Feast of Corpus Christi (Body and Blood of Christ) “From this feast of Corpus Christi have originated many practices of Eucharistic devotion that, under the inspiration of divine grace, have increased from day to day and that the Catholic Church uses eagerly to show even greater homage to Christ, to thank him for so great a gift and to implore his mercy” (Pope Paul V1) Holy Gifts for Holy People, come you hungry and believe. Come and take Christ’s body offered, come and be what you received. (Refrain) This is what we have been told, that on the night before he died, after thanksgiving spoken, bread blessed and broken, Christ sealed his love with his body and blood. /R This is what we understand: that when we eat and drink this feast, in this bread which we are breaking, Christ we are par-taking, Christ’s death proclaiming until his return. /R This is how we are to live, that being joined by Christ’s gifts, we should be Christ to others, sisters and brothers, holding them precious as saved by his blood. /R Christ, our way, our truth, our life, we are not worthy to draw near, but take our praise and thanksgiving, transform our living, give us that food which is healing and strength. /R (Stephen Dean) ******************************************************************************************** [Prayer for the Feast of the Sacred Heart on Friday next 8th June Lord Jesus, your Sacred Heart is always open in love to each of us, especially when we are suffering. To all who come to you seeking your help, you show your compassion and healing power. You care for us when we are lost, sympathise with us in loneliness and comfort us in mourning. You are closest to us when we are weakest. You reach out your hand to us when we stumble and have most need of your help. I ask you to listen to my prayers this day and grant what I ask. If what I ask is not for my own good or others’ good, grant me always what is best, that I may build your kingdom of love in our world. Amen ******************************************************************************************* Ratoath Credit Union would like to invite you to our Family Open day on Saturday 9th June from 12.00 -2.00pm in Ratoath Credit Union Office, Wells Road, Ratoath. There will be coffee and cupcakes, light refreshments, bouncing castle, face painting, we will be introducing our new mascot and having a prize draw with fantastic prizes. Coffee Morning in aid of the Emergency Department Crumlin Children’s Hospital Friday 8th June 11.00am-1.00pm at Anne Ryan’s Pinehill, Skyrne Road Ratoath. (Opposite Ratoath Harps)
 

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