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Parish Bulletin 7th July 2019

Holy Trinity Church, Ratoath

               7 July 2019

                                                                                                                                                                                                   

01 8256207

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    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.

Legion of Mary meetings are held each Tuesday at 7.00 pm in the Parish Pastoral Centre. New members are very welcome. Further information Mary Hannigan 086 083 9295

Pease pray for the repose of the soul of Michael Kelly (Fortune Way), Maureen Mason (Moatlands) Luke Dunleavy (Co. Mayo) father of Deirdre Reidy (Meadowbank Hill) & Ann Dunley (Foxlodge Woods) who died during the week. May they rest in peace.

We welcome Fr Dan Cyprian to our parish on Sunday evening.  Fr Dan is from Romania and will assist us in the parish for July.  As well as parochial duties, Fr Dan will also be doing an internship  in the Catholic Communications Office, in Maynooth four days a week.  We are very glad that he has agreed to help us during this month.

A Baptismal Meeting will be held on Wednesday next 10th July at 8.00pm in the Parish Pastoral Centre for parents who have children for baptism in the near future.
Envelope Collection for week ending 16th 23rd & 30th June €1812.52. Many thanks for your continued support and generosity.

Meath Diocesan Pilgrimage to Knock on Sunday 11th August.  Led by Bishop Tom Deenihan with the Meath Diocesan Choir. Confession 11.00am to 5.00pm, Anointing of the Sick 2.30pm, Pilgrimage Mass 3.00pm followed by Benediction, Rosary Procession to the Shrine and Blessing of Religious Objects. For further detail contact www.knockshrine.ie.  For details of supports for elderly and invalids phone 094 9388100

7 July

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

14 July

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

7.  7.00pm

Mary & Joseph Elliott; Jemmy Boyle

Mary & Tom Gannon & deceased members of the family

7.  7.00pm

Dorothea Mates

Tommy Carberry

1  9.00am

Desmond & Julia Toole & the deceased members of the family

1  9.00am

Deceased Members of the Boshell family

Bernie Reilly

1  11.00am

Bridie & Tommy Dolan

Seamus McIntyre & the deceased members of the family

1  11.00am

Rose McCarthy; Linda McEvett

Seamus, Bridget & Michael McIntyre & deceased members of the family

Noleen & Christy Crowley

1  12.15pm

Thomas Shaw

1  12.15pm

Tony Foy (Months Memory)

Peader, Bridget & Peter Maloney

Maureen Moran

   

 

   Mondayn                                                                                                                                                                      

        

       Monday        Special Intentions

         Tuesday        Frank Reynolds

         Wednesday   Sheila O’Donnell

         Thursday       Michael & Alice Hatch

         Friday            Eamon O’ Doherty

         Saturday        Frank Reynolds (at 11.00am in Ratoath Manor Nursing Home)                                                    

          

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Study Theology Online:  Attend Saturday lectures in Tallaght or from the comfort of your own home. Register now for Autumn 2019. Contact The Priory Institute at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 01 404 8124

Garden Party in aid of Meath Palliative Care on this Sunday 7th July in Noel and Breda Eiffe’s House, Curragha Road from 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. with music and light refreshments. Entry €20. Please support this worthy cause!

Aware - an organisation providing support, education and information services for people impacted by depression, bipolar disorder and related mood conditions, is seeking new volunteers.

Aware is currently recruiting volunteers across three services – Support Line, Support Mail and Life Skills Online. No prior qualifications or experience is required, as comprehensive training as well as ongoing support and education is provided by the organisation. For more information on each opportunity, please see here: https://www.aware.ie/volunteering/ or phone Emma on 01-2374926.

Free five week basic iPhone, iPad, Tablet and Smartphone class commencing in Ratoath Community Centre shortly.  If you would like to book a place please call Angela on 046 9280790

Meath Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes 9-14 September. Bookings can be made with Pilgrim Abroad Ltd, Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2. Tel 01-6359300. email: 
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Shalom World TV Chanel is organising a premier show of their documentary "Glorious Lives" about Frank Duff, Founder of the Legion of Mary, on Sunday 7th July at 8.00 pm in Dunshaughlin Pastoral Centre All welcome. Visit www.shalomworldtv.org contact 085 711 8617 for further details.

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The Deep End – Synergy

Earlier in Luke’s Gospel, Jesus sent out the twelve disciples to heal diseases and teach about God’s Kingdom. Here he sends out a much larger group ahead of him, in pairs to every town and place where He himself intended to go. Being sent in pairs reminds us of the value of team work. In order for communities to grow and flourish the gifts of many people are needed. Synergy is needed. This happen when individual talents are harvested and aligned, as in the beauty of an orchestra in perfect harmony, or a sports team at the peak of their performance. Synergy is like the power of the Spirit that rewards collaborative efforts. It is when we can dream and strive for the possibility of things before they happen.

Synergy promotes collaboration, not competition or exclusion.

Jesus gathered his followers around him, men and women, who were enthused by his vision. He sends his followers out in pairs so that they can support one another. In all our different roles, we too are sent out ahead of him, as parents, ministers of various kinds, politicians, educators, social workers, nurses.

In any team – parish pastoral council or ministry teams we need a type of synergy. We are all responsible for our Church, not just a selected few. We all have different roles to play, we all have responsibility.

When we promote collaborative team work and strive for synergy, we embrace each other’s stories and work for the common good. Then exciting things are possible!

Jane Mallett (Intercom)

 

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