Diocesan Notices: 15th April 2011
From the Dublin Diocesan Noticeboard.
Crosscare Drug and Alcohol Programme: If someone you love is having difficulties with alcohol, drugs, gambling, internet and you feel isolated and alone dealing with this, we can help support you. Crosscare Drug and Alcohol Programme (DAP) is hosting a ‘Significant Other Support Group’. This will be:
· a support to you…
· a safe place…
· a non-judgemental forum…
· a place where you and others, who are going through similar concerns can get together and talk.
For Further information please contact Gerard or Susan at 01 8360911. Crosscare Drug & Alcohol Programme| The Red House | Clonliffe College | Dublin 3 | Ph: + 353 (1) 8360911 / fax: 01 8367166 | Mobile: 085 8194118 | Email: email@example.com | www.crosscare.ie | www.drugs.ie
Pieta House: Centre for the Prevention of Self-harm or Suicide: Darkness into Light 5k walk/run Event is on 7th May 2011 at 4.30am (early morning) in the Dublin, Galway, Ennis, Co. Clare, Cork, Killarney and Limerick. Starting while it’s dark and finishing as dawn is breaking. Join us for this symbolic event to give hope to those affected by Suicide and Self-Harm. Entry Fee: Adult €25.00, Students/OAPs €15.00. Children under 12 free (but must be accompanied by an adult). Register on line at www.darknessintolight.pieta.ie or by post to Pieta House, Lucan Road, Lucan, Co. Dublin. For enquiries, contact Dublin 01 6010000 or Limerick 061 484444. See our web site www.darknessintolight.pieta.ie for details of Darkness into Light 5k event venues.
A SYMPOSIUM ON LOVE: You are invited to join the Avila community for a SYMPOSIUM ON LOVE on Saturday, April 30th from 9.30 a.m. till 4.30 pm. With speakers: Dr. Vincent Twomey, ‘Love: Passion or Virtue’: Dr. Annette Goulden, ‘Love and Sexuality’ : Dr. Nicholas Madden ocd, ‘Mystical Love’. Keep the day free - it promises to be both enlightening and relaxing! Morning, Luncheon, and Afternoon tea will be served throughout the day. If you wish you may bring your own ‘packed’ lunch to accompany the tea/coffee/biscuits served at lunch time. Suggested donation is €20.00, although all monies will be graciously received. Ph: 01 643 0200 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.ocd.ie
Easter Week at the Avila Centre: Ph: 01 643 0200 or E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.ocd.ie
Holy Thursday: 2.00pm, Retreat Day. 8.00 pm, Mass of the Lord’s Supper.
Good Friday: 8.30 am, Office of Readings and Morning Prayer. 3.00 pm: Veneration of the Cross. 7.30-8.30 pm: Meditation on the Stations of the Cross.
Easter Saturday: 8.30 am: Office of Readings and Morning Prayer. 9.00 pm: Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday: Mass 11.30 am. (Mass time for the rest of the week will be at the usual times).
Latin Mass Easter Timetable: The Holy Week ceremonies will be celebrated in the Extraordinary Form (Latin, 1962 Missal) in St Kevin’s, Harrington St, Dublin 8, as follows:
Palm Sunday: Procession and Mass at 10.15 a.m. Vespers at 3.30 p.m. Spy Wednesday: Tenebrae at 7.00 p.m.
Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord’s Supper at 8.00 p.m. Good Friday: Liturgy of the Passion at 5.00 p.m.
Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil at 9.00 p.m. Easter Sunday: High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Music by the Lassus Scholars and St Kevin’s Schola
Further details at www.latinmass.dublindiocese.ie or www.dublindiocese.ie
The Seven Last Words of Christ: Good Friday, St. Paul’s Church @ Smithfield, Arran Quay, Dublin 7. On Good Friday evening in St. Paul’s, there will be a performance of Joseph Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of Christ with scriptural reflections. Beginning at 7.30pm - all are welcome!
Good Friday Retreat for young Women: April 22nd, Woodlands Academy, Kilcroney, Co Wicklow 10am-6pm, lunch included. Please RSVP to Edel at 087 9665038. “By his wounds we are healed..” ( Is 53:5)
Office of Evangelisation: The Palm Sunday e-zine is now available on www.yearofevangelistion.ie - it can be downloaded/printed off. If you are planning an event or doing something interesting - do email the Office of Evangelisation and we will be happy to load on our website - email firstname.lastname@example.org
Retreats at Ards Friary:
APRIL: Date: Thursday 21st - Sunday 24th. Easter Triduum (Open to Everyone). Join the Capuchin Friars in the celebration of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The liturgy will centre upon the love Christ has for each of us, as we move from “night to day.” Commences: Supper 6.00pm. Concludes: After lunch. Cost: €165.
MAY: Date: Friday 6th - Thursday 12th. Open Retreat. (Open to Everyone). Directed by: Fr. Silvester O’Flynn OFM Capuchin. Theme: “Do this in memory of me.” Preparing for the 50th International Eucharistic Congress. Commences: 6.00pm. Concludes: After breakfast. Cost: €390. Contact: Ards Friary Tel: 074 9138909 email@example.com
People of Honduras face “a long hard struggle”: In a short online video the director of Trocaire, Justin Kilcullen, reports from Honduras where Trocaire is helping people gain legal title to their own land. In Honduras families are defenceless against powerful landowners as well as complex and corrupt political and judicial systems. Families live their lives subjected to threats, intimidation and violence, simply because they are poor and voiceless. They need support to protect themselves, to stand up for their rights and make a better life for the future. This Lent your support will help countless invisible communities who are living in fear and in danger simply because they living in poverty. Click Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ac7epNxZDj8&feature=player_embedded#at=50
Holy Week Triduum Retreat: If you have the time free you might like to take part in the ceremonies of Holy Week in a more reflective mode. The Holy Week Triduum Retreat in Orlagh Retreat Centre conducted by members of the Orlagh Team gives that opportunity. In addition to the ceremonies the retreat will include Lectio Divina introductions to some of the readings and other reflective prayer sessions. The retreat begins with tea on Holy Thursday at 6pm and ends at 12.00 noon on Easter Sunday. The cost of the retreat s €200 (residential). For more information and bookings contact Fr. John Byrne OSA, Orlagh Retreat Centre, Old Court Road, Dublin 16. Tel (01) 495 8190. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Service of Remembrance of the Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital will be held on Sunday May 8th at 3pm in Our Lady of Dolours Church in Dolphin’s Barn. All are welcome.
Avila Centre Retreat Day: Saturday April 16th. This day will be guided by the teachings of Blessed John Henry Newman and will be facilitated by Fr. Michael Miners O.C.D.S. Fr. Michael Miners O.C.D.S. has been a member of the Executive Body of the Friends of Blessed Cardinal Newman for almost 20 years.
10:00 a.m. Registration: Avila, Carmelite Retreat Centre. 10:30 a.m. 1st. talk: ‘A life touched by the Spirit’ given by Fr. Michael Miners O.C.D.S. Followed by a period of quiet reflection. 12:00 noon: Concelebrated Mass. 1:00 pm: Bring your own lunch; tea and coffee provided. 2:30 p.m. 2nd talk: ‘Newman and Prayer’. Followed by a period of quiet reflection.