Saturday, April 17, 2010

From the Newsletter: April 18th 2010


On Today’s Gospel
Do You Love Me?
Such a simple, yet stinging question. An inquiry that strikes at the heart of any relationship. Do you love me? This is a challenge that cannot be wished away, faked or ignored. It is a question that demands an answer, one of trust and reassurance.
Do you love me? Yes, Lord, we love you. Help us to love each other.
(from http://www.word-sunday.org/)

Year for Priests: Visit of the relics of St. John Vianny
Monday April 26th Church of St John Vianney, Ardlea. Mass 12.30pm. Holy Hour followed by Evening Prayer 4.00-5.00pm.

The Gospel of Luke
You have got the Book—now come to know better!
Join us for the quiet, informal and informative reflection on the Gospel of Luke on Thursday 29th April
Rathcoole Church at 8.00pm

Thank You!
Thanks to everyone involved the Raise the Roof/Raise your Game benefit night hosted by the Dublin Gospel Choir! It was a wonderful event enjoyed by ayll.

For your diary!
Cemetery Sunday in Saggart will take place on Sunday 4th July! Pass on the word

St. Martins NS Parents Association Quiz Night
In South County Golf Club
On Friday 23rd April at 8pm
Cost €10 per head
All Welcome

Vocations
St Patrick's College Seminary: is hosting an Open Day on Good Shepherd Sunday, 25 April 2010 for men discerning priesthood. No bookings are required and the day begins at 230pm with a brief intro and a film entitled 'The Day in the Life of a Seminarian' made by the seminarians in Maynooth last year. Testimonies and a tour of the college included. Day concludes with 5pm Mass and a supper. It is an opportunity for men discerning this sometimes confusing path, to come and meet like-minded fellows that have taken the 'plunge' and see how the formation process for priesthood works.

Vocations Ireland: invites you to join them in prayer and reflection on our Christian call on Saturday 24th April at one of the following
Venues; Glendalough 6pm, Clonmacnois 5pm, St. Brigid's Well, Kildare 5pm.'

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