Feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ: Sunday 19th June 2022
God our Creator,
we give you thanks and praise for fathers,
young and old.
We pray for young fathers, newly embracing their vocation, may they find courage and perseverance to balance work,
family and faith in joy and sacrifice.
We pray for fathers around the world whose children are lost or suffering;
may they know that the God of compassion walks with them in their sorrow.
We pray for men who are not fathers, but still mentor and guide us with fatherly love and advice.
We remember Fathers, Grandfathers, and Great-grandfathers who are no longer with us but who live forever in our memory and nourish us with their love. Amen.
Ceremonies in the Parish: Baptism
Last weekend we welcomed in Baptism: Logan Duff, Aurora Grant & Reggie Ward.
May all baptised children know and love Jesus as their friend.
Vigil Mass Times
Parishioners are very welcome to contact us with their comments/suggestions on the following via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or pop a note to the Parish Office.
Our parish vigil masses are celebrated at 6pm in St Patrick’s Church and at 7pm in St. Mary’s Church.
Mass times average between thirty to forty minutes. This leaves a very narrow window of safe travel time for the celebrant between the two churches.
Ideally a Celebrant likes to be in the church twenty minutes to half an hour before Mass begins. For the same reason, he needs some time after the Mass if a parishioner or family members of those for whom the mass was offered, wish to chat, if someone wants to get a Mass card or book an anniversary mass, or Baptism, or if someone asks for Confession or to have a quiet word, the time is simply not there at present.
In the Autumn, it is hoped to start folk groups at our Vigil masses, a factor which will also impact slightly on timings.
With these practicalities taken into consideration it is proposed to alter Vigil mass times. Suggestions very welcome to Fr. Brendan.
One suggestion is to have the Vigil masses at 5-45 pm in St. Patrick’s and 7 pm in St Mary’s. We welcome your suggestions.
Whatever time is decided, it will be reviewed after six months.
Supporting the Parish
Total Offertory: € 735.00
June Offering: Stamullen € 535.00
Julianstown € 265.00
Thank you for your continued support which is very much appreciated.
We have selection of Birthday, Get Well, Wedding Day and general Mass Bouquet cards available in the Parish office.
St. Patricks GFHC Lotto
Jackpot: €3,300. Drawn: 17th May. Numbers Drawn: 5, 9, 14, 23. No Jackpot Winner. One Match Three winner: Lucy Byrne. Next Week’s Jackpot: €3,400.
Fr. Tony Gonoude, Vocations Director for the Diocese of Meath, will preach for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Trim Church, Trim, Co Meath, at the 10am Mass on Thursday, 23rd June.
His focus will be Christ, the Beating Heart of the Sacred Priesthood.
Live from Facebook Page: DioceseOfMeathVocations and on (Trim Parish Webcam)
Vocations Contact Details:
Instagram: Account: diocseofmeathvocations
Contact: Fr Tony Gonoude Tel: 044-9373923
Meath Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2022.
The pilgrimage will be led by Bishop Deenihan from 12th to 17th September.
All pilgrims will be accommodated in Hotels. All pilgrims should be able to make the pilgrimage independently or with the assistance of someone accompanying them and taking responsibility for their care.
Pilgrimage fare from €759 includes flights, five nights full board, travel insurance, government and shrine taxes. Booking with Joe Walsh Tours 01-2410800.
Meath Diocese Pilgrimage to Knock
The Meath Diocese pilgrimage to Knock will be renewed this year and will take at the start of the Knock Novena on Sunday 14th August.
The Pilgrimage will be by Bishop Thomas Deeihan. Anointing of the Sick takes place in the Basilica at 2.30pm and Mass is at 3 pm. The Rosary procession will follow outside on the grounds of the Shrine, weather permitting. See also poster and or Knock Shrine website. www.knockshrine.ie .
Lough Derg Retreats 2022
Lough Derg Pilgrimage season: One day Retreats in August and September. Three-day Retreats available in June, July and August.
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Saturday, 18th St. Patrick’s 6:00 pm AV. Iris Connolly & Ann Merlehan
- AV. Paddy Whyte
St. Mary’s 7:00 pm AV. Dora, Peg & Jack Devin
- Pauline Crosby
Sunday, 19th St. Patrick’s 10:00 am AV. Tom Squires
St. Mary’s 11:30 am AV. Paddy & Kathleen Moore
Tuesday St. Patrick’s 10:00 am RD. Sean Donnelly
Wednesday St. Mary’s 10:00 am All who are sitting Exams
Thursday St. Patrick’s 10:00 am RD. Andrew Corrigan
Friday St. Mary’s 10:00 am The sick of our Parish
Saturday, 25th St. Patrick’s 6:00 pm AV. Michael & Theresa Heffernan
- James Dunphy and DFM Dunphy family
St. Mary’s 7:00 pm
Sunday, 26th St. Patrick’s 10:00 am
St. Mary’s 11:30 am MM. Seán Donnelly
- Jack Rothwell