Monthly “cuppa”

After 11am Mass on Sunday October 30th
In the annex of the House of Retreat.

Come along, bring a friend and join in the chat.

October 2016 Newsletters

October 23rd

October 9th

Pause for Thought

Hope is an orientation of spirit, an orientation of the heart. It is not the conviction that something will turn out well, but the certainty that something makes sense regardless of how it turns out.

Vaclav Havel

Social Media for Social Justice

Social Media Prayer

Christ has no online presence but yours
No blog, no Facebook page but yours,
Yours are the tweets through which love touches the world,
Yours are the posts through which the Gospel is shared,
Yours are the updates through which hope is revealed.
Christ has no online presence but yours.

Meredith Gould

Pause for Thought

God uses broken things.
It takes broken soil to produce a crop, broken clouds to give rain, broken grain to give bread, broken bread to give strength.

Vance Havner

Family Choir

Do you want to join a relaxed and friendly choir?
Do you play an instrument?
We sing once a month at the 11am Sunday Mass so that’s not too big a time commitment!

We are looking for enthusiastic child and adult members for our choir – why not join as a parent and child team!

If interested or want to know more, phone Joanne on  01-453 4408 (10am-5pm)



Forthcoming Events

Wednesday October 26th – training meeting for Ministers of the Eucharist 7.30pm

Sunday October 30th – Monthly cup of tea after 11am Mass

Wednesday November 2nd – annual Mass for the bereaved – 7pm

World Homeless Day 2016

October 10th is World Homeless day.

For August 2016, 4248 adults were recorded as homeless in Ireland.
For the same period, 2363 children were homeless.

Most of the families becoming homeless have never experienced homelessness before and never imagined that  this could happen to them.
Thousands of families are struggling on very low incomes or social welfare and many are falling into serious housing difficulties as rents continue to rise. Some families are becoming homeless as Rent Supplement payments fail to cover the rent. They fall into arrears and end up losing their home. Many are then housed in hotel rooms with no facilities to cook or clean, with often just a bed to share.

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September 2016 Newsletters

September 11th

September 25th

Pause for thought

Change the story  and you change perception; change perception and you change the world.

Jean Houston