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Sunday 9th July
Recently deceased: Callum McGarvey, Patricia Slevin, Eileen Kelly.
Anniversaries: Tom O’Regan, Brendan Dornan, Catherine & Sean Fitzpatrick, Paddy Connolly, Cissie Connolly, Kathleen Connolly, Frances Agar, Anne O’Malley, Margaret Higgins, Marian Forrest, May & Sam Turner.

May they rest in peace.
PETER’S PENCE- The annual collection to support the Pope’s Pontifical Charities last weekend raised €2,885.  Thank you for your support.
The Missionary Sisters of the Holy Rosary acknowledge with thanks the sum of €2,135 collected 24/25 June.
GARDEN OPEN – Nuala Mercier sends sincere thanks to all who visited her garden in June, in support of the LauraLynn Hospice which raised €2,200.
STRAWBERRY SUNDAY will take place after all Masses today.  Please join us in the Coffee Dock for strawberries and ice-cream.
BETHANY BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT Group will meet at 7.30pm in the Murray Centre on Monday 10th July.  All welcome
takes place on Wednesday 12th July at 7.30pm in the Swift Centre, St Patrick’s University Hospital, James’s Street, Dublin 2.  Topic – “Brain imaging and bipolar disorder”.  All welcome, admission is free.  See notice board for further details.
REEK SUNDAY –The Annual Pilgrimage to Croagh Patrick takes place on Sunday 30 July.  Mass will be celebrated hourly on the summit commencing at 8:00am with last Mass at 2:00pm.  The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be celebrated from 7:30am - 2:00pm.

NEWPARK MUSIC CENTRE OPEN DAY takes place on Sunday 27th August from 2.00pm – 5.00pm in the Music Centre, Newtownpark Avenue.  Come and find out about tuition in all musical instruments, music theory, parent and toddler programmes and much more.  For further information see notice board, phone 01-2883740 or see

SENIOR HELPLINE – 1850 4404444

An Afternoon of Prayer in our Lady’s honour will be held on the 13th of each month, until 13 October in St Laurence O’Toole Church, Roundwood, commencing at 12.00noon. For programme and transport information see notice board at the back of the church.
GRANDPARENTS TO KNOCK – The National Grandparents’ Pilgrimage to Knock will take place on Sunday 10th September.  For further details, see notice board or phone 098-24877 or email: or see website:
PATHWAYS -  EXPLORING FAITH AND MINISTRY -  An Adult Faith Development Programme begins in Clonliffe College on Thursday 28th September 2017 from 7.00p.m. – 9.30 p.m. until May 2018.   Booking is now open. Places are limited so early application is advisable. Pathways is a two-year one night a week course for adults of all ages wish to explore their faith.  There are no exams and no written work.  The only requirement is an openness to listening to others and to participate.  You can just come along and enjoy! The cost is €400 for the coming year which may be paid in instalments. For more information please visit or contact: Eileen Houlahan, CHF, PhD, Director, Pathways Programme, Clonliffe College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin, DO3 P2E7.  Phone 01 8379253 Ext 294 Email:
INTERESTED IN SPIRITUALITY - Explore a new programme in spirituality in Lumen – Dominican Centre, Sion Hill Campus, Blackrock: two years part time, Thursday evenings and six Saturdays to start 28 September 2017.  Exciting and inspiring. Open to all, no prior learning needed. Contact Anne Ryan,
WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES 2018 – Volunteers are needed to assist in the organisation and running of a series of events for WFOF2018.  Volunteers must be 18years old or over on 1st January 2018.  For further information see the table at the back of the church or see 
Helping Young People to Grow in Faith:  Are you a parent, teacher, chaplain?  Are you interested in young people and their general faith development?   If so, see for details of Certificate and Diploma courses accredited by
St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth.  The aim of these courses is to bring the Gospel message to young people in a creative, fun and reflective way.  They provide transferrable skills beneficial to parents, teachers and all who work with adolescents.
Text Box: Help me to love, Lord,  not to waste my powers of love.  Help me to love myself less and less  in order to love others more and more.  Help me to love so that no one should suffer or die  because I have stolen the love they needed to live.  (Michel Quoist, French priest, 1918-1997)


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