Friday, January 1, 2010

From the Newsletter: 17 January 2010

The Wedding Feast of Cana

There is a promise in today’s Gospel. Just as the Father can change a forsaken people into ones that delight him, as promised by Isaiah in the first reading, so Jesus is able to transform water into the very best wine – symbol of making our lives into his delight.

It is a wonderful image of people who are fresh out of hope and need to drink of the promise and its satisfaction. This is the wedding feast at Cana in Galilee, and the wine has run out. Only God in Jesus can supply the real thing.


On behalf of the priests of the Parish, thank you to all those who gave so generously in “The Christmas Dues”. It is greatly appreciated.


Our Parish Pilgrimage to Lourdes will be taking place next year from the 26th June to the 1st July. It is always a wonderful event, full of healing, fun and the presence of God. We are looking forward to an even better pilgrimage in the coming year. Full details are on the notice board.


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, or at 018087538
Or Fr Damian McNeice, 018087553,

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