Saturday, September 24, 2011

Some News from around the Diocese


Prayer Around the Cross with Br Jean Marie: On Friday 23rd September, he will be present at a Prayer Around the Cross in St Paul's Church,
Arran Quay, Dublin 7, starting at 8.30pm. All are welcome.

Culture Night 2011: St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral – Marlborough Street, Carmelite Church - Whitefriar Street and St. Paul’s - Arran Quay are the three
Roman Catholic Churches participating in Dublin’s Culture Night– 23rd September 2011
Pro-Cathedral: 5.15 p.m. Vespers and Mass Palestrina Choir. 6.30 p.m. Singing the Psalms in various styles. 7.30 p.m. The Sacred and Secular in Dialogue
through Song (contemporary and ancient). Story (poetry and prose) and Music (organ, harp, cello, violin, flute and new chamber organ).
The evening will finish at 9.30 p.m. with a short recital of the music of Seán Ó Riada in place of Taizé style night prayer advertised which now takes place at St. Pauls.
Whitefriar Steet: offers an evening of Choir singing from 7.30pm.
St. Paul’s Arran Quay: Will host a special Taizé Prayer Service with Brother Jean Marie at 8.30pm. All are welcome.

Child Protection Training: The Child Protection training planned for the Blessington Deanery on 24th September in the Blessington Parish Centre has been postponed.
This will be rescheduled shortly.

Viatores Christi are hosting an evening entitled Cambodia Living in the Now at the Irish Aid Centre in O’Connell St. Dublin on Thurs evening 29th
September 2011, from 6.00 to 8.30 pm.  Presentations will be by Pat Mooney, a VC member who has been working in Cambodia and Thailand for
the past 10 years and Mr. Khuon Sokundy, Project Manager of Partners in Compassion, a Cambodian NGO, who are on a working visit to Ireland.   
Eilís Ryan, Trócaire Liaison Officer for Asia, will give a presentation on Trócaire’s work in Cambodia. Sally Roddy

Solemn Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Director: Fr. Brian Nolan C.Ss.R. Monday 26th September, to Tuesday 4th  Oct 2011. Mass at 10.00 am and 8.00pm
These times replace the regular Mass times for the period of the Novena. Weekday Exposition and Evening Prayer as per usual. Monastery of St Alphonsus,
St Alphonsus Road, Dublin 9. Tel: 01 830 5723 gabrielle.fox@redemptorists.ie You can also join us live on the Internet via Web Camera on www.rednuns.com

Our Lady’s Choral Society: Verdi Requiem, Our Lady’s Choral Society (The Dublin Archdiocesan Choir)
With Fiona Murphy (soprano), Ulrike Schneider (mezzo-soprano), Peter Auty (tenor), John Molloy (bass)
RTE Concert Orchestra, Conductor Proinnsias Ó Duinn. Thursday 29th. September 8pm at the National Concert Hall.

Arthritis Ireland: Children with arthritis can find the most simple tasks like opening their school bag, writing their homework or walking up the
stairs extremely painful. We believe that kids with arthritis are superheros because of the challenges they have to overcome every day.
At Arthritis Ireland we work with these children and their families to develop their superpowers, helping them to see a brighter future!
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Courses at All Hallows: The Pathways Course: Have you ever thought about exploring your faith? Or wished that you could broaden your understanding of your faith? 
Perhaps you are feeling challenged by questions your children or grandchildren are asking about God and the meaning of faith for which you feel you have ‘no answers’. 
Perhaps you are feeling challenged by all that is happening in the Irish Church right now.  If so, Pathways may be the course for you.
Pathways is a course for adults who wish to explore their faith.  There are no exams on this course, no written work.  The only qualification is an openness to listening to others.
For more information please phone 01 8373745 or email us at pathways@allhallows.ie

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