Diocesan Notices: 2nd-5th November 2010
From the Dublin Diocesan Noticeboard.
Pastoral Co-Ordinator Vacancy: The Office of Evangelisation is recruiting a pastoral co-ordinator on a two year fixed term contract. You may know of a person who may be interested and qualified for this role and it would be appreciated if you would refer them to the advertisement. The advertisement can be found on www.dublindiocese.ie
Lecture in Haddington Road: Clifford Longley will give a lecture in St. Mary’s Church Haddington Road on Thursday 11th November 2010 at 8.00 p.m. The title of the lecture is “Catholic Social Teaching - Irrelevant, or the Answer?”. Clifford Longley is an author, broadcaster and journalist.
Concert: By The Gospel Project and St Patrick’s College Choir in aid of the Parkinson’s Association of Ireland (PAI) at 8.00pm on the 10 November at the Auditorium, St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra. Tickets 15 Euro (10 Euro concessions): Available at the door or in advance from the PAI on 01 8722234 or Sinead on 087 2869173.
Lay Retreat Association (Formerly Rathfarnham Retreats): Day Retreat - Milltown Park, November 21. Director - Fr Michael Drennan SJ. To book, contact 2180274.
Prayer for Vocations: Sunday 21 November - ‘Our Lord Jesus Christ Universal King.’ Afternoon of prayer for vocations to priesthood and religious life at Saint Patrick’s College Maynooth arranged by St Joseph’s Young Priests Society. Commencing 2.30pm and Concluding 5.00pm. The afternoon directed by, and Mass celebrated by, Rev Mark Condon CC of St Mary’s Cathedral Kilkenny. There will be a short break for tea and biscuits. Details from (01) 493 8965
The Garda Band In Concert: Benefit Night with the Garda Band in Concert, St. Martin’s Church, Old Bawn, Tuesday, 9th November, 2010 at 8pm. Admission €10 (Doors Open at 7:30:pm) Tickets: St. Martin’s Parish Office: 01 4510160. Monster Raffle On the Night (R.O.A.R) Further details please contact St. Martin’s Parish Office: 01 4510160.
E-Good News: The November edition of e-Good News - a monthly e-zine supporting the reading of the Gospel of Luke can be downloaded from www.yearofevangelisation.ie. If parishioners would like to receive a direct email on evangelisation news - email email@example.com
Parish of Our Lady’s Nativity Leixlip: are hosting a four week course, “Come and See”. It is for people who wish to deepen their faith, using scripture and reflecting on faith at this time. It will take place on November 3rd, 16th, 24th, & December 1st, 8:15-10:00pm. Contact Parish Office for more details: Tel. 6243673.
Pope John Paul II Theological Society: Second Talk in the Autumn Series of Lectures: ‘Faith and Reason in Blessed John Henry Newman’ a Closing Address by Rev. Prof. Thomas Norris Monday November 8th, 8pm, Renehan Hall, Saint Patrick’s College Maynooth
Catholics United for the Faith (CUF): is a movement of laymen and women founded to support and defend the Church. The President of CUF (Mike Sullivan from Ohio, USA) will give a lecture at the The Elijah Prayer Group Clarendon Street Oratory on Monday November 8th at 7pm
PARC Road Safety Group is holding an interdominational ceremony for World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic. World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims this year is being held on Sunday 21 November. Prayers of the Faithful for this day can be found on www.dublindiocese.ie (noticeboard section)
Mass in Deansgrange Cemetery on Sunday 7th November at 3 p.m.
Golden Jubilee of St Pius X Church (Templeogue): A Mass to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of St Pius X Church will take place in St Pius X Church on Saturday 27 November at 7pm. We would like to invite all priests and former parishioners who had any association with the church to attend. We would be grateful if you could let us know if you will be attending. Website www.stpiusx.ie
Fr. Paul Ward completed the Dublin City Marathon on Monday last in aid of Focus Ireland. If you would like to support his effort on line contact www.focusireland.ie Click on the homepage and you will see Current Fundraising Listed there is Paul Ward Marathon. Click on that and it allows you to subscribe.
Orlagh Retreat Centre: Saturday, November 13.Where can you turn when things get bad? Theme for the ‘Day for Yourself’. The day will be led by Bernadette Toal and John Byrne and runs from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm with the opportunity of staying on for Mass at 4.30pm. Cost €50 (including lunch)
Sunday, November 14: The gospel for the coming liturgical year is the Gospel of Matthew. On Sunday, November 14th, Sean Goan will lead a study day on this gospel under the title Emmanuel-God with us-Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew. The day runs from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm (including lunch and Mass). Cost €55. To book for either of these events contact Fr. John Byrne OSA, Orlagh Retreat Centre, Old Court Road, Dublin 16 Tel (01) 495 8190; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time Out Vocations Weekend: Br Ray Dwyer of the Presentation Brothers is inviting men interested in discerning a vocation to religious life to a special weekend of reflection and information. 11am Saturday 27th November - 2pm Sunday 28th November 2010. Presentation Brothers, Dublin. To reserve a place or to get more information just contact Br Ray at 01-2300824 or email email@example.com See www.PresentationBrothers.org for further details.
Lismullin Priests’ Seminar: Lismullin Conference Centre, Navan, Co Meath. Monday November 8th to the afternoon of Wednesday, November 10th 2010. Speakers at this event include: The fee for the seminar is €170. For more information please telephone, 676 0731Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Hallows College Events: The Wellbeing Retreat is scheduled for 4th/5th November and a number of places are still available. For those planning Christmas activities, we have a repeat of last year’s Christmas Soul offer, either as an overnight with evening meal included or as an evening’s entertainment.
Death Notice: The death has occurred of Attracta Rushe, mother of Mary O’Kane, Marriage Tribunal, Diocesan Offices. Removal tomorrow, Wednesday morning, to the Church of Corpus Christi, Homefarm Road, arriving at 10.50am for funeral mass at 11.00am. Cremation immediately afterwards in Glasnevin Crematorium. Family Flowers only.