Saturday, June 5, 2010
Some of the Latest News of Our Parish
The miracle is symbolic of the abundance of blessings coming to us from God through Jesus. How has your faith in Jesus been a source of nourishment to you? What blessings have you received through your faith? 3 When the disciples became aware of the problem they wanted to send the crowd away and Jesus told them ‘You give them something to eat’. They thought what they had was insufficient but Jesus used the little they had to feed the crowd. Have you ever found that when you give the little you have to a situation, the results were beyond your expectations? John Byrne OSA (Intercom)
Cemetry Sunday will take place at 3.00pm on the 4th July. Mass in Saggart Church will be followed by the Blessing of the Graves (weather permitting). To let you know, Newcastle will be on Sunday 13th June and Bohernabreena will be on Sunday 20th June
A word of Appreciation
Every good blessing go to everyone who celebrated the sacraments of First Holy Communion and Confirmation. A special thank you goes to all the parents involved in the Do This in Memory and You shall be My Witnesses Programmes. Thank you also goes to Sean, our Pastoral Worker for his dedication.
4 Districts Charity Walk
"The Organisers of the 4 Districts Charity Walk are pleased to announce the date for this years Event. It will take place on Saturday 7th August and all are welcome to participate. The format is the same as last year, with a few interesting updates. This year we will be joined by the FM104 RoadHog, The Rathcoole Perk Coffee Shop and Go Karting for the kids. All the kids stuff is free and Adults can by their Tickets from Ticketmaster by phone or Internet. All the details are on our new website - http://www.4districtscharitywalk.com/. The tickets are being sold through Ticketmaster for security reasons and no cash will be accepted on the day. This year we are aiming to smash our World Record, with 10,000 Walkers the Target!!!!! So book your tickets early and we look forward to seeing you there. If you can't make it on the day due to holidays, please buy a ticket to show your support, it is all for a worthy cause."
Bereavement Support Volunteer
The Bereavement Service at Our Lady’s Hospice, Harold’s Cross is recruiting for bereavement support volunteers. The volunteers will provide bereavement support to adults attending the bereavement service. Good communication skills and an interest in working with bereaved people are essential requirements.
No previous training is required as full training will be given to successful applicants. For more information please contact Ann D’Arcy, Bereavement coordinator on 01-4068794 or Julia Brent, Administrator in Bereavement 01-406884