18.37 Newsletter 15th /16th September, 2018
HOLY FAMILY PARISH
Newsletter 15th /16th September, 2018
24th Sunday in Ordinary Time
CROSSCARE – Social Support Agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin
Annual Collection for Community & Homeless Services will be at all masses
THIS weekend 15th / 16th September.
It will replace the usual SHARE Collection
Inspired by the example and teachings of Jesus Christ, Crosscare has:
A VISION of a society where all people have the opportunity to fulfil their potential.
A MISSION to provide invitation and relevant services to those most in need
Parishioners are invited to help in the work of the parish by their participation in the
ministries & other activities in the parish.
This is a voluntary service following from our baptismal commitment.
The parish is greatly in need of new helpers, especially as Ministers of the Word (readers) of Holy Communion in the Sunday and the weekday Masses.
If you would like to help in any way in the ministries listed below, you are welcome to contact any of the parish team or the secretary, Trish at the parish office 01-284-5299.
Readers, Ministers of Holy Communion, Counters, Collectors, Greeters Choir, Music, Liturgy, Flower Arrangement, Cleaning,
Altar Servers, Baptismal Team, Hospitality, Parish Council, Finance Committee,
Voluntary Sacristan, Religious Goods Shop
Take my hand O Blessed Mother
Hold it gently lest I fall,
I am nervous when I’m walking
So to you I humbly call.
REST IN PEACE
Your prayers are requested for the soul of the following whose anniversary occurs about this time:
MAY HER SOUL AND THE SOULS OF ALL THE FAITHFUL DEPARTED THROUGH THE MERCY OF GOD REST IN PEACE. AMEN.
September 2018 Mass times & Intentions
James Craddock (Anniv)
Nora Lyons (Anniv)
William (Billy) Lyons
Maureen Synan (Recently deceased)
Ema Bates (Months Minds)
Teresa Ledwidge (Anniv)
People of the Parish
Barry & Robert Daish (Anniv)
7.00 pm Mrs Eileen Moore (Anniv)
THE ENVIRONMENT, PRAYER AND ACTION
A contradiction at the heart of our national environment policies: we are still committed to a high growth-high consumption lifestyle;
As the Pope has said, we must shift to a simpler, long-term sustainable lifestyle if we are to survive and maintain a habitable world. This must begin with each of us and our families.
Pray for guidance at this Mass to help you see what you can do today, however small, to use less goods and less energy.
Legion of Mary KNOCK PILGRIMAGE
Sunday 30th September, 2018
8.00 am St Michael’s Church Dun Laoghaire
8.15 am Foxrock Church
Light Refreshments going and coming
The Hodson Bay Hotel Athlone
For Tickets call Michael 087-790-4086
Irelands biggest Coffee Morning for Hospice together with Bewleys.
Sean & Sheila O Kiersey will be hosting their annual Coffee Morning for the Blackrock Hospice on Thursday 20th September from 10.00 to 13.00, 38 Kill Abbey
All welcome and bring a friend.
300 Club Draw - Week 4 - 9/9/18
1. X Y Z € 100
2. Chris Teeling € 50
3. M Campbell € 30
4. Catherine Logan €20