Church of the Assumption, Beauparc


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Sunday                 10.30 a.m.

Mon.                     10.00 a.m.

Tues -Fri.               9.00 a.m.

Saturday                7.00 p.m. (Vigil)



Sat 7.00pm        Anthony Carey,   William, Mary & Kevin O’Hare     Leo McKeever  

Sat. 10th Aug.   Detta Mulvany & Dec. Members of Mulvany Family   



Thursday        3.00 p.m.—10.00 p.m.

Friday:            7.00 a.m.—11.00 a.m.


ST.VINCENT De PAUL Phone 1800 677777 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Parish News


BEAUPARC: Sunday 18th Aug. 10.30am

Ardmulchan: 4.15pm

Painestown:   5.00pm

Cemetery Devotions—Stewards

Stewards will be required for Cemetery Devotions on Sunday August 18th. New Stewards very welcome.


Meath Diocese Pilgrimage to Knock Sunday  11th August 2019.  

Led by Bishop Tom Deenihan. Confession  11.00am to 5.00pm, Anointing of the Sick 2.30pm,  Mass 3.00pm followed by Benediction , Rosary Procession to the Shrine and Blessing of Religious Objects. Also for details of supports for elderly and invalids phone 094 9388100


Homeless Appeal:

We are appealing for donations to keep our group funded for the next few months. We are asking for cash donations or Dunnes/Tesco/Lidl / SuperValu vouchers. We are also looking after some families with groceries on a weekly basis so any donations  are very welcome. All can be dropped in to Hayestown Shop for attention of Sharon or Tina—on behalf of Athboy People who care Share.

Thought for the Week

The Deep End

Living the Dream

Some of us may hear today’s Gospel reading and think: ‘Well, what is so wrong with that?’ In a lot of ways, the actions of the man in the parable make sense. He has had a good harvest (presumably a result of his own hard work) and is making provisions for the future – building bigger barns to store his crops, ensuring he has enough to live on for the coming years, allowing himself to enjoy the fruits of his labour. He is living the dream! He is a good businessman, he has achieved security in life, so why shouldn’t he ‘eat, drink, have a good time’?

     Yet God brands him a ‘fool.’ Why? As it turns out, the man is to die very soon. He certainly can’t take all his treasure with him. He has not thought beyond his own enjoyment. He is living only for this life, without any thought for the bigger picture. As Jesus warns: ‘a man’s life is not made secure by what he owns, even when he has more than he needs.’ Furthermore, there is no indication that he considered sharing his wealth with anyone else. His focus is ‘me, me, me.’ He comes across as selfish and greedy. What does he have to show for his life? Yes, he had a good time, but has he helped anyone else, or left the world a better place?

     We do not need to renounce all our worldly possessions or stop planning for the future, but we do need to keep things in their proper perspective.

If you read history, you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were just those who thought most of the next.’

CS Lewis