Sunday, May 9, 2010

Some of The Latest News from Our Parish

Seeing your life through the lens of the gospels John 14:23-291

Jesus seeks to reassure his followers in the face of his imminent death. Although he will be leaving them, he promises them the gift of the Spirit. How have you been aware of the gift of the Spirit of God in your life? 2 Remember times of separation from a loved one through change of residence or other circumstances. How has the love between you been a support after the separation? 3 To his followers Jesus promises ‘we will come and make our home with them’. Our God is not a distant God but one who lives in us. What has helped you to be aware of the closeness of God to you? 4 ‘Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid.’ When you have been anxious, who have been the Jesus people for you who were able to calm your anxiety? How did they do this? For whom have you been able to be a calming influence? John Byrne OSA (Intercom)

The Gospel of LukeYou have got the Book—now come to know it better!
Join us for the quiet, informal and informative reflection on the Gospel of Luke every second Thursday.
Rathcoole Church at 7..30pm
See Notice Board for the next date.

Commissioning of Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist
for Saggart, Rathcoole and Brittas

We invite current extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist serving Saggart, Rathcoole and Brittas to a Re-commissioning Ceremony during the 12.15pm Mass in the Church of the Holy Family, Rathcoole on Pentecost Sunday 23rd May 2010. We are delighted that a number of new Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist will also be commissioned on that day.

If there are any Parishioners who would be interested in becoming
an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist,
could they contact Sr. Margaret (086-3467425)
or Sean, our Parish Pastoral Worker (087-0540695)
as soon as possible.
Blessing of the Graves
For your diary! The Blessing of the Graves will be as follows
Saggart on Sunday 4th July
Bohernabreena on Sunday 20th June
Newcastle on Sunday 13th June

Every good blessing go to those who are
celebrating the sacraments of Confirmation and First Holy Communion
during the month of May.
Especially, we pray for the children of
Holy Family N.S. Rathcoole this weekend

Mass for the Deceased and Past Employees
of the Swiftbrook Papers Mills
Will be held on Sunday 23rd May 2010 at 11.00 am in Saggart Church.
Refreshments afterwards in the Heritage Centre. All are welcome.

Legion of Mary
66th Anniversary of the death of EDEL QUINN will be celebrated on
15 May at 3.00pm in St. Saviour's, Dominick St, Dublin 1. All are Welcome

Rathcoole Community Centre
will be holding it’s A.G.M.
on the 25th May at 8.30 pm in the Centre.
All are encouraged to attend. Any motions must be left with the Secretary two weeks prior to the date of the meeting.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin will speak on
“His vision for the Catholic Church in the 21st Century”.
Venue: Ely House, 8 Ely Place, Dublin 2. On the 10th May 2010 at 8.30pm

Music, Art and the Eucharist
You are invited to an evening of Music and Art with a Eucharistic Theme in St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral on Saturday 8 May at 8.00 p.m. with the Palestrina Choir and renowned art historian Dr. Eileen Kane. Those who attended Dr. Kane’s workshop on Art and the Eucharist at our recent seminar were bowled over by her insights, theology and examples selected. The Palestrina Choir needs no introduction and so this combination of music and art is offered as spiritual refreshment for the Easter Season in the Year of Evangelisation.

The Irish Youth Choir
Final call for singers 18-28 years to join Irish Youth Choir this summer The Irish Youth Choir (IYC) seeks singers for its dynamic choir as it prepares for its most exciting summer programme yet. So, if you are aged 18 to 28 this summer, fancy spending a week on the stunning University of Limerick campus with up to 150 like-minded young people, followed by your very own national tour, Applicants must be available from Saturday 26th June to Sunday 4th July inclusive. Application form and further information are available from, or 061 234823.

And Finally
Thank you to all who helped support the Tea Morning
in aid of those with Alzheimers and their families and loved ones.
Mary Clonan.

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