Sunday 4th September 2016
Your prayers are requested for the repose of the soul of Hannah Fitzpatrick, mother of Tom Fitzpatrick, Martins Road, whose funeral took place during the week. We remember the bereaved in our prayers.
Supporting the Parish
Total Offertory: € 810.00
Weekly Envelopes Stamullen € 260.00
Weekly Envelopes Julianstown € 300.00
Ceremonies in the Parish: Baptism
We wish to congratulate the Parents, Godparents and families of Erin Dunne, Aoife Kavanagh, Naoimi McAleer, Adam McCann and Henry Teeling who were baptised recently. May these newly baptised children always know and love Jesus as their friend.
We ask parishioners to pray for these children and their families.
“Do you like to sing?” Stamullen Choir would welcome new members: adults and teenagers. We sing at 10 am. Mass on Sundays and we rehearse on Monday nights from 8 – 9.15 pm.
Please join us in St. Patrick’s Church on Sunday 4th or Monday 5th September when we resume after Summer recess.
We have been asked to request parishioners and visitors to Moorechurch cemetery not to dump household waste in the barrels provided. These barrels are for Cemetery waste only.
Secular Franciscan Order Retreat
Join us for Secular Franciscan Order Retreat, Augustinian Church, Shop Street, Drogheda on Monday, 5th and Tuesday 6th September. Mass and Confession each evening at 7:30 pm. Healing Mass on Wednesday, 7th September at 7:30 pm. Preacher: Fr. Ulic Troy OFM. All Very welcome.
EMHA Coffee Morning
Join East Meath Hospice Association for their Annual coffee morning which will take place in Whytes’ Bar, Stamullen on Thursday 15th September from 10 am – 12.30 pm. Generous Raffle on the day. All funds raised locally are spent locally.
Stamullen Cemetery Committee are unveiling and blessing a plaque to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising and all those volunteers who died during the War of Independence. This ceremony will take place on Friday 16th September at 5 pm.
More information about agenda and dignitaries in future newsletters.
The Golden Girls
Golden Girls are taking a trip down Wicklow way to visit the beautiful Mount Usher gardens in all their autumnal splendor, on 21st September. All trips out are open to ladies & gentlemen outside of our group. More info next week regarding bus times & cost.
Stamullen Defibrillator – Update
A new defibrillator for Stamullen has been located on the outside wall of the parish centre. It has been funded principally by the efforts of Sean O’Donovan and his team from his Atomic Fitness Group and they are to be commended greatly for their initiative and their fund-raising efforts.
My understanding is that a number of volunteers will be trained in the use of the defibrillator and will be first responders in the case of an emergency. We look forward to this part of the project coming to fruition.
Stamullen Tidy Towns
Urgent ‘tidy towns’ help is required at the moment and anyone with an hour or two to spare (on any day) could you please contact any member of the committee and we will set up a rota for people who can provide occasional help.
Weekly village tidy takes place every Saturday. Meet at Stamullen Church at 11.
St. Patrick’s Club – Lotto
Drawn on 30/08/2016. No winner. Numbers drawn:1,9,20,25 Weekly Winners: Alfie & Bernie, An Sarsfield, Una Smyth, Aoife Bolger, Bolger Grandchildren. Next Week’ Jackpot: €1,400. Next Crossbar draw: September 27th: €1,000.
St. Patrick’s GF & HC – Club News
Check out the St. Patrick’s GAA Facebook page for information.
Stamullen Road Club
More information next week…
Bowls recommence after the summer break on Tuesday 6th September. Join us from 8-10 pm every Tuesday and Thursday in the GAA Centre, Stamullen. New members always very welcome. For more information contact Rose on 8412086.
Julianstown Foroige Youth Club Registration Night takes place on Friday 9th September in St. Mary’s Parish Rooms, Laytown Road, Julianstown from 7.30-8.30pm. New members 12yrs+ very welcome. Membership for the year is €20 and the club costs €2 a night. (Discount for families). The Club will start back to normal hours of 7.30-9 pm the following Friday, 16th September. For more information contact Caroline 087-6796634.
Gormanston Beach Clean-up
Please note off season, once a month clean up on first Saturdays only, returns Saturday, 3rd September. (Running until June 2017).
Meet at 10 am at Delvin River Viaduct. Clean up generally runs from the Delvin River’s Bremore Beach to Ben Head cliffs. All equipment supplied in co-operation with Meath County Council.
Coffee Morning Thanks
Lila Young would like to thank, most sincerely, all who contributed to the Coffee morning in her home during the week. €1,400 was raised which will be sent direct to Syria to help the suffering Christians in the Middle East. Thanks again.
The Mature Movers Activity Programme will commence on Friday 9th September at 11am in St. Colmcilles GAA. The 8 week programme includes activities such as seated exercise to music and resistance exercises with bands. For more info please contact Ruairi on 046-9067337.
East Meath Active Retirement Group
East Meath Active Retirement will resume their weekly meetings on Thursday 8th September, in the Parish Rooms St. Mary’s Church of Ireland, Julianstown at 2.30p.m. New Members welcome
Knitting for the homeless
The Sunflower Cafe knitting group will start knitting for the homeless when they re-start in September. We are asking for donations of wool, in double knitting, aran and chunky weights. Donations can be left into the Sunflower Cafe in Sonairte, Julianstown anytime from Tuesday to Sunday. Also if any knitters/crocheters are free on Tuesday mornings from 10am and would like to help with this project, the group will start back on Tuesday 6th September at 10am. For further information please contact Eileen Butler on 086-7347789.
Family Carers Ireland
Family Carers Ireland are providing the QQI Level 5 Healthcare Support Award training in the area based on demand in September 2016. All modules will be provided separately one day a week for five weeks. For more information contact our training department on 0579370221.
Always wanted to volunteer overseas? Looking for a course about global social injustice? Learn more at the Viatores Christi (VC). For more Information call 018689986.
Columban Ecological Institute
On 8th October from 9:30-4 pm We are hosting an Autumn Day in Dalgan entitled ‘Where have all the flowers gone? The wonderful – and unseen – world of seeds and fruits.’ As usual, we will be guided by John Feehan who will share his unique and thought-provoking insights into the unseen and wonderful world of seeds, fungi and fruits. For more information contact Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org. Places for this day are limited. The cost is €20, payable on the day. Participants are asked to bring a packed lunch. Suitable outdoor clothes, rain wear and walking boots are recommended. The day will go ahead whatever the weather.