18.34 Newsletter 25h /26th August, 2018
HOLY FAMILY PARISH
Newsletter 25h /26th August, 2018
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time
Rota’s for Ministers of the Word
Rota’s for the next three months – Sept/Nov – will be available for collection from the parish office, or from display case near Sacristy, from Monday 27th August. A copy will also be placed on notice boards at rear of the church.
The Grange Kill O the Grange
ACTIVE RETIREMENT association are looking for NEW MEMBERS to join our club! We meet on Tuesday mornings from 10.30 – 12 noon. See notice boards for more information
The August Collection for SVP realized €1605. Sincere thanks for your continued generosity.
This is the final collection week for the Lourdes Fund, and thanks to your superb generosity the Fund now stands €2,008. Many Thanks Margaret.
REST IN PEACE
YOUR PRAYERS ARE REQUESTED FOR THE SOUL OF
MAY HER SOUL AND THE SOULS OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED THROUGH THE MERCY OF GOD REST IN PEACE. AMEN.
August 2018 Mass times & Intentions
Alice & John Byrne (Anniv)
Anne Gillespie (Anniv)
Nan Brady (Anniv)
Denis & Angela Mangan (Anniv)
Gretta McElroy – (Anniv)
7.00 pm Anthony O’Grady Birthday remembrance)
PATHWAYS Exploring Faith and Ministry
o One night a week for 2 years
o Thursdays 7.00-9.30 pm
o Holy Cross College, Clonliffe Road
o No academic qualifications necessary
o No exams
o Book now, places are limited
o Subjects include; faith; image of God; the person of Christ; the moral life etc.
Want to learn more about your faith by studying the Catechism?
Open meeting for adults interested in studying the Catechism.
Date: Saturday 1st September 2018
Time: 10.00 - 11.00 am
Venue: Sallynoggin Parish meeting rooms – behind the presbytery
Refreshments: Tea/coffee and cake
Format: Presentations by local adults who have finished the study
and opportunity to ask questions
In the mean-time look up the Catechism website: www.catechism.ie
Visit the Catechism of the Catholic Church stand at the World Meeting of Families
Invitation to action.
The PARISH ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP is holding an information evening in October. More details in future bulletins. Parishioners and others all welcome. Care for the earth is now an integral part of Catholic teaching. If you find this hard to believe, read the Pope’s encyclical on the environment. We have to take sins against the environment as seriously as driving dangerously or stealing. Even more so, since failing to care for the earth is already taking many lives, and making human life more difficult to sustain. We are all part of the one interdependent human family. We must support stronger action by our country to mitigate climate change and eliminate pollution and over-consumption. Standing idly by is no longer an option for Catholics.
300 Club Draw - Week 1 - /18
1. Marie Burns € 100
2. Mary Killeen € 50
3. Betty Collins € 30
4. Mary Slattery €20