Diocesan Notices: 16th-19th November 2010

Posted 16th November 2010 in Diocesan Notices

From the Dublin Diocesan Noticeboard.

Liam Lawton Concert: In St. Mochta’s Church on Wednesday 1st December by internationally renowned singer Fr. Liam Lawton. Fr. Liam will be accompanied on the night by his own band and special guests, Mount Sackville School Senior Girls Choir.Tickets €20 are available in the Sacristy before or after Mass and from the Parish Office from 9.30am to 12.30pm Mon to Fri Phone 01 8213218.

Viatores Christi: Viatores Christi has aimed to respond to needs overseas and at home by giving people an opportunity to share their lives and skills with those in need. People from all backgrounds and professions join Viatores Christi. If you are interested in learning more, please come along to our information and recruitment session in Dublin Saturday 27th November 2010 from 11am-2pm in the Irish Aid Volunteering & Information Centre, 27-31 O’Connell Street Upper, Dublin 1. For further information www.viatoreschristi.com

Our Lord Jesus Christ Universal King: Sunday 21 November. Afternoon of prayer for vocations to priesthood and religious life at Saint Patrick’s College Maynooth arranged by St Joseph’s Young Priests Society from 2.30pm -5.00pm. The afternoon directed by, and Mass celebrated by, Rev Mark Condon CC of St Mary’s Cathedral Kilkenny. Details from (01) 493 8965

Crosscare Launch “Thanks to Teachers”: Parents and kids are being asked to buy a very special present for their teacher this Christmas - a helping hand to those most in need. Instead of buying gifts this year - we are asking you to make a donation to Crosscare (www.crosscare.ie) and download our specially designed Thanks for Teachers cards. Thanks for taking part - Every donation makes a big difference.

To conclude the Year of Evangelisation, the Office of Evangelisation is supporting a musical based on ten stories from the Gospel of St Luke entitled The Feast of Life. It takes place in St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral on Thursday 25th November 2010 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets at the cost of 10 euro each are available from Mary Dent by telephone at 01-8087533 or by e mail at mary.dent@dublindiocese.ie. Alternatively some tickets will be available at the door on the night. Further details on the Feast of Life are available on www.yearofevangelisation.ie

Lecture in St. Mary’s Haddington Road: Revd. Canon Dr. Mike Parsons, Executive Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for the study of Science and Religion in the University of Oxford and Principal of West of England Ministerial Training Course (WEMTC) will give a lecture in St. Mary’s Haddington Road, Dublin 4 on Thursday 25th November 2010 at 8.00 pm. The lecture is entitled “Destiny or Delusion: Christian belief and cosmic significance”. Admission is free.

Parish Secretary Vacancy: The parish of Donaghmede-Clongriffin-Balgriffin is currently recruiting an additional Parish Secretary. This role is offered initially on a one year fixed term/part-time basis. For further information please see www.dublindiocese.ie

Choir Director: A vacancy has arisen for a Choir Director in Church of the Holy Trinity, Donaghmede, for a newly formed choir of twenty-plus members. Full details are available on www.dublindiocese.ie

Arthritis Ireland Christmas cards: This festive season , help provide much needed support for 1 in 5 people living with Arthritis by purchasing a pack of beautifully designed Arthritis Ireland Christmas cards. Support this worthwhile cause by purchasing Arthritis Ireland Christmas cards online at www.arthritisireland.ie or by calling 01 6618188.

Alpha Training Day: Holy Cross College, Clonliffe Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 9. Saturday 27th November- 10.00am - 4.00pm. Speakers: Basil Good, Susan O’Toole, Fr. Pat Collins, Helen Murray, Anne Rowe Monaghan, Fr. John Nally, Evelyn Hamilton, Paddy Monaghan. Cost: €10 - pay on day. Bring sandwiches for lunch. Coffee/tea provided. Web: www.alphacourse.ie

Women’s Aid ‘One in Five Women’ Campaign: 16 Days of Action Opposing Violence against Women, 25th November to 10th December 2010. For further details please see Website: www.womensaid.ie

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