Friday, March 12, 2010

From the Newsletter: 14 Mar


On the Gospel of today:
“You can never go home.” That old adage has some exceptions, of course. The lost can be found. Sinners can repent. Wayward children can find their way back to loving parents. I suspect many of you readers have experienced the power of family reconciliation, either as the prodigal son or as the loving father. If you have, you know the power of forgiveness. (from http://www.word-sunday.com/)


St. Patrick's Day
In advance, may we wish you all a Happy St. Parick’s Day!

Mass times for the coming week is as follows
Saggart: Wednesday 9.00 Am
Rathcoole: Vigil Mass 7.00 pm (Tuesday)
Wednesday 12.15 am
Looking forward to seeing you

The Dublin Council of Churches is organizing an ecumenical celebration on the Eve of St. Patrick’s Day to commemorate in simplicity and beauty, in word and music the coming of Christianity to Ireland and the role of St. Patrick. It takes place Tuesday, 16th March, 7pm at City Quay Church near Matt Talbot Bridge, Dub 2.

17th April: A Date to RememberRAISE THE ROOF/RAISE OUR GAME!
The Dublin Gospel Choir will be celebrating in song in aid of church funds and St. Mary’s GAA club—it will be a night to remember!

Dublin Diocesan Young Adult Pilgrimage to TaizeThe Office of Evangelisation have announced details of the Dublin Diocesan Young Adult Pilgrimage to Taize from 11th - 18th July 2010. Young adults are invited to join over two thousand other young Christians from around the world who come to this ecumenical monastery in Burgundy, France every week during the summer to experience the prayer and fellowship of the community founded by Brother Roger. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin will be taking part. Cost of return flight and coach transfers, meals and basic accommodation for the week is e440 (incl. taxes and insurance).
For further information contact: Ewelina at the Office of Evangilisation, evangelisatoin@dublindiocese.ie or at 018087538
Or Fr Damian McNeice, 018087553, taizedublin@gmail.com

Alpha: Is there more to Life than this?Explore the meaning of life from a Christian perspective. Every Thursday from 7.30-8.30pm Rathcoole Church. The format is simple: a short film, small group discussion, cup of tea. Alpha is a relaxed, low-key, friendly, enjoyable. So come along and explore the bigger picture

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