Friday, September 17, 2010

Some of the Latest News of our Parish

seeing your life through the lens of the gospels

Luke 16:1-13
1 As often with the parables of Jesus, this one is intended to shock in order to make us think. Jesus is not praising the injustice of the servant, but his purposefulness in preparing for the future. In your experience what difference does it make when you are purposeful and energetic instead of lethargic?
2 It was his master’s call to account that galvanised the servant into action. What have been the experiences, or people, that have galvanised you into action when you had been somewhat half-hearted in your efforts?
3 ‘No servant can be the slave of two masters.’ When have you experienced the truth of this statement?
John Byrne OSA (Intercom)

On behalf of the Parish Pastoral Council, our thanks go to all those who celebrated with Fr. Enda Cunningham, his Silver Jubilee. We thank those who were helped organise the Eucharist and Refreshments afterwards. It was a wonderful evening. Our blessings go with Fr. Enda as he begins another twenty-five years of priesthood.
Emmaus Vocation Journey: Wondering where God is call you in life? Ever thought about a vocation to the diocesan priesthood? Why not give one Satruday morning a month for the next sic months looking at these questions. The Emmaus Vocation Journey is an opportunity for those between the ages of 19 to 35 or so to pray together, to discuss and to learn more. For more details contact: Fr. Eamonn Burke. 0868346071 or

Charity Ceili In aid of our Lady’s Hospice, Harolds Cross
St. Mary’s GFC, Saggart, Co. Dublin
Sunday 26th September 3.00pm—7.00pm
Admission 10e Mucis by Annaly Ceili Band

National Ploughing Championships: As part of the Year of Evangelisation, the Dublin Archdiocese will have a stand at the National Ploughing Championships which take place in Athy 21-23 September 2010. It will be jointly hosted with the Church of Ireland and the focus of it will be on Prayer – Together. It will be located in Row L number 231. All are welcome. More information on or follow on Facebook /yearofevangelisation.

Time Out Weekend Retreat for Young Adults: The YCW Time Out Weekend Retreat will take place from Fri 24th – Sun 26th of September 2010 in Glendalough, Co. Wicklow. This retreat promises to be a lively and uplifting experience and has been especially designed for young adults 18-30 years be they students, young workers or unemployed. Cost: Participants are asked to make a donation (no matter how big or small) towards the event depending on their means. Bookings can be made through the YCW website: Further details available from Vicky Rattigan at the YCW National Office, email: or call 01-8780291

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