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Saturday 2nd / Sunday 3rd November 2019


Remembering our Dead   

Recently Deceased:         Henri de Romer, Seamus O Riain, Sr Paul Lee
Anniversaries:                 Kenneth Lawlor, Levena McCann, Elizabeth & Daniel McCarthy, Tommy Foster, Bernadette Fogarty, Peggy Harris, the Hogan family.

May they rest in peace.

Monster Car Raffle   draw will take place in the church at 1.00 pm today. 
Centring Prayer Group will meet on Monday at 7.15pm in the Oval Room.  All welcome.
Senior Citizens’ Bingo takes place on Monday at 2.30pm in the Oval Room.  All welcome.
The Book Club will meet in the Pastoral Centre at 10.30am on Tuesday 5th November.  The book for discussion is ‘44 Scotland Street’ by Alexander McCall Smith.  New members always welcome.
Hats for Homeless – Our knitters will meet on Wednesday 6th November at 10.30am in the Oval Room (end of the church). New members always welcome.
The Film Club will meet in the Oval Room at 2.45pm on Thursday 7th November, showing ‘Sabrina’, starring Audrey Hepburn, William Holden and Humphrey Bogart.  All welcome. 
November Talks - The first of our talks will take place on Thursday 7th November at 8.00pm in the Murray Centre.  The topic “The Eucharist: Without it what are we?”, with Dr Fainche Ryan, Director, Loyola Institute (TCD).
Pastoral Centre – a vast array of classes/groups are now taking place in our Pastoral Centre and Murray Centre.  Further details are available from the Pastoral Centre, phone 01 2103887 or email:

Dates for Your Diary
Conversation Morning in the Coffee Dock – next talk will be on Tuesday 12th November at 10.30 am – the topic ‘Genealogy’.
Christmas Concert – an Evening with Phil Coulter on Thursday 5th December at 7.30pm in the church.  Tickets €25 available from Good News Stand, the Pastoral Centre and Texaco Service Station on Newtownpark Ave. 
Health Care Supports in the Community – Living Well with Dementia invites you to an information event for family members where you can meet and talk with healthcare professionals who could be involved in the care of your family member.  It will take place tomorrow night, Monday 4th November, at 7.00pm in Oatlands College, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin.
The Memory Harbour – Worried about your memory or that of a family or friend?  You may have had an assessment but you still have questions?  The Memory Harbour, Clonskeagh Hospital Grounds, Dublin 6 offers a ‘drop in without an appointment’ clinic every Thursday from 11.00am-2.00pm.  This is a HSE facility and is a free service.  For further information phone 01 2680392.
Lecture Series in Booterstown
Sean Goan, a scripture scholar will deliver a series of talks on The Gospel of St Matthew on 6th and 13th November from 8.00 – 9.30pm in in the McAuley Suite, Booterstown Pastoral centre.  Cost is €15 per talk.  Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance.  Please contact Adrienne to book or email or phone 01 4419303.
Anam Cara South Dublin, the organisation that supports bereaved parents, is holding a Parent Support Event on 11th November at 7:20pm in the Maldron Hotel, Whitestown way, Tallaght. This event is free and open to all bereaved parents.  For more information, see  or phone Information Line on 085 2888 888.
The Miscarriage Association of Ireland – Annual Service of Remembrance will take place on Sunday 10th November at 3.00pm in St Teresa's Church, Donore Avenue, off South Circular Road, Dublin 8.  All welcome.  For information, phone: 01 873 5702 or see  • • Email:
In Memoriam ConcertCome along and hear the Dublin Bach Singers, Palestrina Choir, David Grealy (organist) conducted by Blánaid Murphy performing on Sunday 10th November at 3.00pm in St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral.  Tickets cost €15 available from the parish office and from

Every time I pass a church, I always pay a visit,
Lest when at last I’m carried in, The Lord with ask, ‘Who is it?’






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