A rosary on the coast around Ireland for life and faith, takes place on Sunday 26th November, Feast of Christ the King, at 2.30 pm at 140 locations. A group from the Parish of the Assumption will gather at Coliemore Harbour and all are most welcome to come and join.
A special Mass in remembrance of our parishioners who have died in the last year will be celebrated on Tuesday 21st November 2017 at 7.30 pm. If you would like to place a candle in memory of your deceased relative or friend on a special table in front of the altar before Mass begins please come a little early. Candles will be available at the back of the Church. Light refreshments will be served in the Church after Mass.
The PPC needs your gifts, your skills and talents. Please consider going forward for election. Nomination forms are available in the porches and from the parish office. Completed forms should be returned to the office or the sacristy by Sunday 19th November and the election will take place on 2/3 December 2017.
The title of Fr. Donal Dorr’s series of talks in October is: The Ecology Encyclical of Pope Francis: An Inspiring Call to Contemplation and Action.
The theme on October 3rd is – The Contemplative Aspect
The theme on October 10th is – Ecological Problems
The theme for the final talk on October 24th – The Way Forward.
Many thanks to all those who came to the Dominican Farm and Ecology Centre in Wicklow for the Parish Day of Reflection. We are also very grateful to Sr. Colette O.P. and all of the Sisters for their warm welcome and for sharing their enthusiasm for the work of the centre in promoting a more sustainable way of working with the land as well as a renewed relationship with the whole community of life, human and non-human.
Very many thanks to all those who came to Dublin Zoo and/or who made the visit to Dublin Zoo possible. The children and their parents from Mosney Direct Provision Centre had a wonderful, memorable day.
The balance of the funds raised will be used for future events for the Migrants.
We have great news from Leopardstown Race Course where two lads from Moyross are doing extremely well. Pat Keogh writes: “They are two great guys and are very hard workers. They are very popular with all the staff here and would be welcome back any time.” One of them has been given an opportunity to work for Fitzers at Leopardstown; Fitzers are “delighted” with him so he may well be set up for a career in catering in the future.
There will be no Sunday evening Mass during July and August.
The Adult Choir, the Gospel choir and the Taizé Group will take a well deserved break during July and August.