Sunday 13th February 2022
Congratulation to all the children from our Parish Schools who received the Sacrament of Confirmation on Wednesday.
Thanks to all who helped prepare the children for this special day and to all who helped in the Church on the Day.
We wish every blessing on these children and all children preparing for Sacraments in our parish.
This weekend we welcome in Baptism: Zariah Rowley, Rian Lyons and Harper Campbell.
May newly baptised children always know and love Jesus as their friend. We ask parishioners to pray for these children and their families
Please contact the Parish Office if you wish to have your child baptised.
Supporting the Parish
Total Offertory: € 820.00
Envelopes: Stamullen € 455.00
Julianstown € 425.00
Thank you for your continued support which is very much appreciated.
- All welcome to pray for one hour in St. Patrick’s Church Stamullen on Thursdays after Mass.
In order to maintain covid safe practices, no books or prayers will be left out, so please bring your own prayer book if you wish.
- Adoration continues before Mass on Wednesday mornings in St. Mary’s Church Julianstown.
If you wish to contribute to the church by bank transfer, our account details are:
IBAN: IE85 BOFI 9035 4175 3568 29
Please state your name in the Reference for the Transfer.
- Cheques: For lodgement reasons, as per bank instructions, please ensure cheques are made payable to Stamullen Julianstown Parish.
- Parishioners can also donate through the parish website sjparish.ie and click the give button in the red box.
Parish Sacramental Preparations
First Holy Communion
First Communion Ceremonies will take place at 11 am in St. Mary’s Church, Julianstown:
- On Saturday, 30th April Children from Whitecross School will be invited to attend and on Saturday, 7th May children from St. Patrick’s School will be invited to attend.
We would like to remind you that all Ceremonies will be subject to Government guidelines and are subject to change.
More information in future Newsletters.
Jesus steps into the lives of the disciples to make them agents of God’s presence in the world ( cf. Lk 5:1-11). Peter is dejected because the fishermen’s work produced no catch. At the word of Christ, their nets fill to breaking point. Peter had put his faith in this “Master” that spoke with authority. He says, “At your word, I will let down the nets” (Lk 5:5). After the miracle, he calls him “Lord.” This calling of the disciples tells us that the Lord asks every vocation to the Priesthood to fill the nets of the Church with souls who know him. He asks us to put out into the deep and place our faith in him. Like Peter we do not have to be perfect but place our trust in his will.
Message from Bishop Tom
Irish Bishops have announced a synodal pathway for the Catholic Church in Ireland leading to the holding of a National Synodal Assembly within the next five years. To learn more about synodality:
More information in future Newsletters
Meals on Wheels
Julianstown Stamullen Meals on Wheels we are delighted that the service is resuming this month.
Meals will be delivered weekly, Monday Wednesday and Friday. Anyone wishing to avail of this service please contact Meals on Wheels dedicated phone number: 085-7222068 Or Ann on 086-8576470.
St. Patricks GFHC Lotto
Jackpot: €1,500. Drawn on 8th February. Numbers Drawn: 3,14,22,26. No Jackpot Winner. Match 3 winners: Caroline Carr. Next Week’s Jackpot: €1,600.