Saturday, April 2, 2011

Some of the Lastest News of Our Parish

Monday Night Prayer for Lent: Don’t forget, there is quiet and meditative prayer every Monday night during Lent 7.30 - 8.30pm in Rathcoole Church, led by Sr. Maragret. All welcome.

Eadestown Choir Concert
Eadestown Church Choir will give a concert with the Baldonnel Singers in Eadestown Church on Sunday 10th April at 7.30pm. Admission is €10. Further information and tickets can be obtained by contacting Eadestown Parish. eadestownparish@gmail.com

Swiftbrook Paper Mills Mass: Mass for deceased and past employees of Swiftbrook Paper Mills will be held on Sunday 10th April at 11.30 in Saggart Church. All welcome

Eucharistic adoration takes place every Friday between 7.30 and 8.30. It is a wonderful opportunity to spend some quiet time in the presence of God. You will be very welcome.

Lough Derg Day Retreat from Our Parish
A day retreat to Lough Derg will go from the parish on Saturday 7th May 2011. The fare of €75 includes Coach Fare, Morning Tea and Scones, Boat Fare, Lunch on the Island and Dinner on Return Journey. Depart Rathcoole Church Car Park 6am Sharp; Return 10pm approx.
Phone Phyl 01-4580709 or 087-2062863
Take this opportunity to step out of your ordinary routine for the day and enjoy the beautiful surroudings of the island while having an opportunity to reflect and grow spiritually.

Something Different for Lent?
The retreat sheet for this week is available in Saggart, Rathcoole and Brittas this weekend. See the sheet for more details.

Lenten Concert for St. Vincent de Paul
Celtic Rose featuring Aisling Ennis (Harp), Emer Barry (Soprano) and Mary McCaul (Violin/Piano) will give a concert in aid of the Holy Family Conference of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, Rathcoole.
Saturday 2nd April 2011 8pm.
Holy Family Church, Rathcoole. Admission €10.

Lost Engagement Ring: An engagement ring of great sentimental value to a parishioner was lost at the petrol station in Newcastle resently. If you heard of someone who found a ring there, please contact the parish office, and help make a parishioner very happy.

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