Church of the Assumption, Beauparc

 

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MASSES

Sunday                 10.30 a.m.

Mon.—Fri.            9.00 a.m.

Saturday                7.00 p.m.  (Vigil)

Note: Rosary before Mass each weekday.

INTENTIONS:      

Sat. 7.00 pm     Clare Reilly (Month’s Mind) , James Lyons, Angela Dunne,  Kevin Mongey, Colm Bennett, Thomas & Marie Bennett

Sun 10.30:         Martin Smith, Frank Murray, Patrick & Julia Duffy, Eugene Byrne

Tues 9.00          Kevin Farrell

Wed. 9.00am    Clare Reilly, Bridget Wolfe

Sat. 21st Oct     Michael & Anne Flynn, Ambrose & Nuala Owens, Peter & May Mooney

Sun 22nd Oct.   John Connolly & dec./ members of Connolly Family

   

 

EUCHARISTIC ADORATION

Thursday       3.00 p.m.  -  10.00 p.m.

Friday            7.00 a.m.  -   11.00 a.m.

 

ST.VINCENT De PAUL

New Freephone number 1800 677 777, Email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Also 0860288966.    

 
Parish News

Area Rosary for October

Monday:

7.00pm:  Des & Angela Gray,  Painestown

7.30pm:  Michael & Marie Morgan,  Knockharley

8.00pm:  Clare McGovern, Deanhill

8.00pm:  Marie Sheridan, Hayestown

8.00pm: Tommy & Kathleen Mulvany,  Skerrymount

Tuesday:

8.00pm:  Michael & Violet Browne,  Thurstianstown

Thursday:

8.00pm:  Mai Waters, Hayestown

Friday:

7.00pm: Carmel & Sean Heary, Deanhill

Note: The Rosary is said each weekday before Mass.

The Big Beehive Build 2017

This October, a team of intrepid women from the food and health industries

(including myself, Alice Stanton, representing RCSI and Devenish Nutrition)

will be embarking on a challenge of a lifetime in Tanzania:

The Big Beehive Build in support of Farm Africa.

Working alongside female beekeepers in Tanzania’s Nou Forest, we will be putting our DIY (and endurance!) skills to the test by building over 100 beehives in just 72 hours!

Building a Lasting Legacy for Women in Tanzania Thousands of people living in Tanzania’s Nou Forest are reliant on the forests around them to survive. But deforestation has become increasingly common as people chop down trees for timber to sell as firewood, and to clear grazing land for their animals. Poverty is the main driver of deforestation so Farm Africa works with the communities teaching them how to make money through forest-friendly businesses.

This Challenge will Kick-Start New Honey Businesses for Women in the Bermi Community.

In addition, we want to give Farm Africa the means to carry on their life-changing work across eastern Africa. As a team we are aiming to raise £80,000. We wouldbe hugely grateful ifyou would consider supporting our challenge by making a donation at;

www.justgiving.com/BBB17

www.farmafrica.org/BigBeehiveBuild17

@FarmAfrica #BigBeehiveBuild17

Facebook.com/ FarmAfrica #BigBeehiveBuild17

 

 

 

Fr Michael Gaitley, a best-selling author, is coming to Ireland to promote a national consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. He is doing a series of talks around Ireland that everyone is most welcome to attend! 

The consecration itself requires a very small amount of daily reading. If you have already done this consecration before you will know how powerful it is and we invite you to take part in it again as a nation from November 5th, concluding on December 8th, the feast of the Immaculate Conception More information at TimeOfMercy.ie or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Diocese of Meath Pilgrimage to the Holy    Land, in association with MAP Travel, led by Fr. Gerry McCormack, St. Consilio Rock and Fr. Dwayne Gavin takes place from 16th—24th April 2018.  Special early booking offer of €1500 for all bookings before July 1st 2017 with MAP Travel, 36 Upper O’Connell St. Dublin 1., phone 018783111 or email:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

 

 
Thought for the Week

WORLD MEETING OF FAMILIES(WMOF2018)

Pope Francis has personally chosen Dublin to be the host diocese for the World Meeting of Families from 21-26 August 2018. Hosting this important event requires an enormous amount of planning and funding. In this regard a second national collection will be held next weekend (1st & 2nd April). Your support for this collection would be greatly appreciated.

WMOF2018 will include Eucharistic Celebrations, a festival of families, exhibitions, performances, events around the city, among many other things. . During these five days, there will be time to meet and share, pray and reflect, grow in faith and love, celebrate, as well as gather strength to continue the journey of life.

The event has at its heart three main moments:

22nd- 24th August: World Meeting of the Families three-day congress
Daily celebration of the Eucharist, prayerful activities, keynote speakers, workshops and exhibitions. Each day will reflect on the theme “The Gospel of the Family: Joy for the World” chosen by the Holy Father.

Evening of 25th August: Festival of Families
A festive time, where we gather to celebrate the gift of family from the perspective of the specific theme of the World Meeting. This will be a cultural celebration of music, dance, song, within a prayerful and joyful setting, and with the aid of stories given by families representing the five continents.

26th August-Solemn Eucharistic Celebration. The World Meeting of the Family 2018 will conclude with a Solemn Mass in thanksgiving to God, the Holy Trinity for the gift of family and for its sanctification.

Who is invited to WMOF2018?
Everybody is invited to participate, including single people, couples with or without children, extended families and clergy. Thousands of families and individuals from all over Ireland and the world are expected to attend. Adults, youth and children are all invited to take part.