Sunday, 24th September 2017
World Meeting of Families 2018
A number of copies of the Official Family Prayer for World Meeting of Families are available beside Newsletters in both churches. Parishioners are welcome to take a copy.
(The Official Prayer is also printed on the front of this Newsletter).
A leaflet outlining the Event Schedule is also available to view on the Notice board.
Supporting the Parish
Total Offertory: € 935.00
Envelopes: Stamullen € 345.00
Julianstown € 285.00
Ceremonies in the Parish: Baptism
This weekend we welcome in Baptism: Jodie Fagan and Jordan Savage May these newly baptised children always know and love Jesus as their friend.
We ask parishioners to pray for these children and their families.
CHY Certificates – Charity Relief for the Parish
Please leave completed Forms in the Boxes provided in both churches (during Mass times only).
If you have any questions about these Forms please do not hesitate to contact the parish office.
We thank all parishioners for their continued support which is very much appreciated.
Adoration takes place in Stamullen every Thursday following 10am Mass until 5pm. Everyone very welcome to call into Day Chapel during these times.
Adoration continues in Julianstown from 9 am and after 10 am Mass every Wednesday.
Do you like to sing? Stamullen Choir welcomes new members, adults and teenagers. We sing at 10 am Mass on Sundays and rehearse on Monday nights from 8-9 pm.
Come along to the Church from 8-9 pm on Monday for practice.
True Light Prayer Group
The True Light Prayer Group meet every Tuesday in the Parish Centre, Stamullen from 8 to 9:30 pm. If you have a desire to know God in a real and personal way, why not come along.
Pilgrims have now returned home from Lourdes. Bishop Michael has expressed his thanks to parishioners for their generous support in enabling so many hospital pilgrims and youth workers to be part of the 70th Meath Pilgrimage. An online video diary and photos is available at www.facebook.com/dioceseofmeath.
Vocation Retreat Day
‘Speak Lord, Your servant Is Listening’ A retreat day for young adults (18-40) will take place in Dalgan Park, Navan on Saturday, 30th September from 9:30 am – 5pm. The day will revolve around conversation and reflection on the Priesthood, Married Life, Religious Life and Single Life and include Prayer of the Church, Eucharistic Adoration, discernment talks, testimonies, an opportunity for confession and the celebration of Mass.
If you are interested in attending please contact: Fr. Joe Campbell (086-6036506), John Howard (087-2478519), Sr. Una Kearney (090-6481666) or email@example.com. A donation will cover the cost of lunch and tea-breaks.
The Meath Diocesan Adoration Committee invites all weekly Adorers to a Eucharistic Assembly in the Newgrange Hotel Navan on Saturday, October 7th from 9.15am to 4.30 pm (including Mass) to hear amazing talks and testimonies, to be inspired, affirmed, and nourished spiritually and to hear how to address adoration concerns, needs and growth. You will also get the details of Pope Francis visit to Ireland for the Year of the Family. Donation during the Assembly, will cover cost including light lunch. Please book in as there are only limited spaces available. Please contact: Josephine on 0868148722 or Teresa.
Meath Diocesan Pioneers
Meath Diocesan Pioneers Spirituality afternoon will be held on Sunday, 1st October at 2pm in Holy Family Church Ballsgrove, Drogheda, Co. Louth.
News from the seminaries
This September, 19 new seminarians have begun their formation and academic programme (2017-2018) for Irish dioceses. Earlier this year, the Congregation for Clergy – who have overall responsibility for seminary formation – issued a new document (Ratio), The Gift of the Priestly Vocation, which is the revised programme for seminary formation. The Ratio strongly recommends to bishops around the world the introduction of a pre-seminary (propaedeutic) year for new candidates who wish to discern their priestly vocation.
The 19 new seminarians are currently in formation are in Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth (6), the Pontifical Irish College, Rome (2), Saint Malachy’s, Belfast (1), the Pontifical Beda College, Rome (2) and eight have begun the propaedeutic year in locations in Ireland and abroad.
In addition, 62 lay students began first year undergraduate studies in theology and 18 began postgraduate studies at the Pontifical University at Saint Patrick’s College, Maynooth. There are over 800 undergraduate and postgraduate students registered at the Pontifical University at Maynooth for programmes in theology, philosophy and canon law.
Irish beginners classes resuming shortly, Join us for a cúpla focal! Venue: Upstairs in Whyes pub, Stamullen. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Tá faile roimh chách! (All are welcome). Junior Cert/Leaving Cert students are also very welcome!
St. Patrick’s Club – Lotto
Drawn on 19/09/2017. Numbers Drawn:3,4,24,28. No Winner. Weekly Winners: Ross Sullivan, Tara Shanley, M. Melia, Joe Connolly, Vincent Smyth. Next week’s Jackpot: €4,500.
St. Patrick’s GF & HC – Club News
- Under 13 Girls League on Monday evening the 25th September atGAA Grounds Stamullen at 8pm. St. Patrick’s v Duleek/ Bellewstown.
- Social Dancing returns to St. Patrick’s GAA Centre on Friday,29th September at 9pm. Music on the night by The Moynihan Brothers. Adm €10 including light refreshments.
- Under 15 Boys League on Friday,29th September in Summerhill at 6.20pm. Summerhill v St. Patrick’s.
Bowls continues in St. Patrick’s GAA Centre every Tuesday and Thursday from 8-10 pm. New members always very welcome. Why not come along, meet new friends, and see if Bowls is for you. We are a very successful team. For information contact Rose on 01-8412086.
Love Both Campaign
Love both merchandise can be purchased direct from www.loveboth.ie (see posters on Noticeboards).
Stamullen tidy Towns
Join us and help us improve our village … we meet every Saturday at Stamullen Church at 11am.
Stamullen Road Club
Cycling is quiet at the moment but check out future newsletters for news of upcoming fund raising etc ……..
The Golden Girls
The Golden Girls meet in the Parish Centre, Stamullen on Mondays at 11 am. Come along for tea and chat.
East Meath Active Retirement
East Meath Active Retirement have resumed weekly meetings in the Meeting Rooms St. Mary’s Church of Ireland, Julianstown at 2.30 pm. New Members welcome.
Do you want to Learn to Jive?
Jiving Lessons take place in Our Lady’s Greenhills Sports Complex, Drogheda. Beginners: 8 to 9:15 pm, Improvers: 9:15 to 10:30 pm. Great exercise and no partner required. For more details, contact Declan on 087-7557163.
Free Basic IT classes
Free 5 week Basic Laptop, iPhone, iPad, SmartPhone or Tablet Classes available in all areas – Meath Partnership. Please phone Angela on 046 9280790.
St. Patrick’s Church, Stamullen
Saturday, 23rd 6:00 pm People of the Parish
Sunday, 24th 10:00 am Peter Wilde (2 Ann)
Tuesday 10:00 am Celebrants Intention
Thursday 10:00 am Celebrants Intention
Saturday, 30th 6:00 pm
Sunday, 1st October 10:00 am
St. Mary’s Church, Julianstown
Saturday, 23rd 7:00 pm Christopher & Elizabeth McGrane
Christy & Peggy McEnteggart
Sunday, 24th 11:30 am Matt Berrill
Wednesday 10 am St. Vincent dePaul
Friday 10 am Sts. Michael, Gabriel & Raphael, Archangels
Saturday, 30th 7:00 pm Breda Reilly & Sinead (Nee Reilly) McBride
Sunday, 1st October 11:30 am Teresa (Teasie) Boshell