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Sunday Bulletin 5th Feb 2017

MASS INTENTIONS for the week ahead:                                                             

Sat Vigil: Larry, Phyllis & Martin Geraghty, Rose (Dodie) Smith M.M.                                                          

Sun 11.30am: Angela Haran M.M., Veronica Sheridan M.M.                                    

Sat Vigil: Michael Mc Kenna & his parents Brendan & Kathleen Mc Kenna                           

Sun 9am: Michael O’Connor, Oliver Murray M.M.                                                                 

Sun 11.30am: Niall Sheridan, Sean Byrne, Brendan Doyle.                 

WEEKDAY MASSES: Mon at 8am, Tues & Thurs 7.30pm, Wed & Fri 9.30am, Sat 10am.                          

MINISTERS OF THE WORD for next weekends’ Masses are: Vigil (Feb 11th) Frank Holland 11.30am (Feb 12th) Ann Hoey.

MINISTERS OF THE EUCHARIST for next weekends’ Masses are: Vigil (Feb 11th) Deirdre Mc Anarney, Madeline Bracken. 11.30am: (Feb 12th) Frances Walsh, Kathleen Nee, Rose Leavy, Paul Farrell & Don O’Doherty.

ADORATION OF BLESSED SACRAMENT: on Friday commencing after morning Mass and continuing throughout the day until late.

COLLECTIONS: Athboy €1000, Rathmore €135, Rathcairn €190. Thank you for your generous support.

FEASTDAYS in the week ahead:     Mon Feb 6th – Ss Paul Miki and companions, martyrs                                                

Tues Feb 7th – St Mel, Bl Pius IX                                 

Wed Feb 8th – St Jerome Emiliani, St Josephine Bakhita                                                     

Fri Feb 10th – St Scholastica                                                           

Sat 11th Feb – Our Lady of Lourdes, St Gobnait. World Day of the Sick.           

REST IN PEACE: Your prayers are requested for Mossie Mc Elhinney, Blanchardstown and Athboy.   

WELCOME: We welcome with great joy and congratulations  our recently baptised - Riley Nelson and Frank Mc Govern.    

OFFERING DAY:  Today Sunday Feb 5th is an Offering Day for the support and care of the priests of our parish. (Candlemas Offerings).                                                                                                       

BINGO in aid of Church funds takes place today Sunday Feb 5th at 3pm in the Darnley Lodge Hotel.                                                                       

BAPTISMAL MEETING: The next baptismal meeting for parents who wish to have their babies’ baptised takes place on Monday February 6th 2017 at 8pm in the Parochial House. Please enrol in advance to the Parochial House.

MONTHLY PADRE PIO MASS takes place on Wed 8th February at 8pm in St. Mary’s Church, Navan. Blessing with St. Pio’s glove after Mass. All welcome.                                                                                                                            

KNOCK PILGRIMAGE TO NEW YORK: a special pilgrimage to New York from Knock will take place from 8th to 14th May flying from Ireland West Airport to JFK. Itinerary includes Requiem Mass on Sat 13th for the re-internment of the remains of John Curry, the youngest of the Knock witnesses which will be celebrated by His Eminence Cardinal Dolan. For more details contact Joe Walsh Tours on 01 2410800 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it    

SOSAD MEATH LENTEN WELLNESS DRIVE  invites you to join in their Lenten Drive for Wellness by hosting a soup day/event in your home, place of work or in a community venue during the first week of Lent. Wellness materials will be provided to anyone hosting a “soup event.” If interested and able to help please text or call Sister Catherine @ 085 1330759 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Thank you.                                                                                                

DIVINE MERCY CONFERENCE   takes place on the 24th, 25th, & 26th February in the RDS, Ballsbridge. The theme of the Conference is “Have Mercy on us and on the whole world”. (Chaplet of Mercy)                                                                                              

BUS TO THE DIVINE MERCY CONFERENCE departing Trim Church car park on Sat Feb 25th at 8.30am. To reserve a seat contact Rita 085 7284600.        

MARRIED COUPLES:  Gift yourselves a special weekend break together to boost and refresh your relationship by making a Marriage Renewal Weekend. The next weekend will be at The Creggan Court Hotel, Athlone from 3rd to 5th March 2017. For more info and to book visit www.marriageencounter.ie or call 087 7840408. Weekends are presented by Catholic Marriage Encounter in Ireland.                                                                                                                                  

ATHBOY ACTIVE RETIREMENT GROUP: Club Meeting on Wed 8th Feb 3pm -5pm. Kurling on Thursday 9th Feb 2.30pm to 4.30pm. in St James’ Hall.

ATHBOY ICA next meeting will take place on Monday 6th February at 8pm in the Kitchen, St. James’ Hall.                                                                                                                    

FREE INTERNET CLASSES for those who have never used the internet are available from Meath Partnership. The Scheme aims to give people the confidence, motivation, and skills to take their first steps online. For more information please contact Geraldine 046 9280790.                                                 

How to have your say on the government’s school admissions policy:  Parents, teachers and members of the public are invited to submit their views on “the role of denominational religion on the school admissions process.” The consultation runs until 20 February. The survey is available on www.education.ie. The Catholic Primary School Management Association said that “this issue is being misleadingly referred to as the “baptism barrier.” The vast majority of Catholic schools are not oversubscribed and enrol all applicants. Reforms to admissions policies will do nothing to alleviate the shortage of school places: only extra school places can achieve that”. We encourage people to take part in the consultation.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

                                              

 
 

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