Parish Newsletter- 30th October 2022

Week ahead MASS INTENTIONS
Saturday 29th October @7.00pm
Clara
Anne Heffernan
Sunday 30th October @10.00am
Horseleap
Jimmy & Mairead O’Connor
Sunday 30th October @11.30am
Clara
Madge Hamill. Catch Berry
Tuesday 1st November @10.00am
Horseleap
All Saints Day
Tuesday 1st November @7.30pm
Clara
All Saints’ Day
Eileen Hughes (Month’s Memory), Bob Moran.
Wednesday 2nd November @10.00am
Horseleap
All Souls Day.
For all on the Parish Lists of the Dead.
Wednesday 2nd November @7.30pm
Clara
All Souls Day.
For all on the Parish Lists of the Dead.
Thursday 3rd November @10.00am
Clara
St. Malachy
No Intention
Friday 4th November @10.00am
FIRST FRIDAY

Clara
St. Charles Borromeo
Mass For All on the Parish List of the Dead
Saturday 5th November @10.00am
Clara
St. Martin de Porres
No Intention
Saturday 5th November @7.00pm
Clara
Michael Malone. Baby Lucy Mullen
Sunday 6th November @10.00am
Horseleap
John & Margaret Hanlon
Sunday 6th November @11.30am ClaraMay Geoghegan. Sr. Camillus & deceased of the Boland family. Marie Malone. Alice Touhey

Adoration of the Blessed Eucharist
Jesus says ‘Come to me all you who labour and are burdened and I will give you rest.’
Monday & Friday – 5.00-6.00pm
Tuesday & Wednesday – after 7.30pm Mass to 9.00pm.
All are welcome!


We continue to keep the People of Ukraine in our Prayers during this time of needless war.             Let your Peace reign, O Lord!


During the month of November, we pray for our brothers and sisters who have died. We pray that they have passed from death to life in the company of the Lord Jesus who died and rose to new life. We dedicate the month of November to their memory and commend them to the Love and Mercy of God, Our Father. We also pray for those who mourn the death of a loved one. In our darkest moments, the Risen Christ is among us to bring new light and hope.
Lord of all gentleness, surround us with your care and comfort us in our sorrow. It is our certain faith that your Son Jesus Christ, who died on the cross was raised from the dead. Grant through this mystery, that all who have gone to their rest in Christ may share in the joy of His Resurrection. We ask this through Christ Our Lord. Amen


On Behalf of Pope Francis, thank you for supporting World Mission Sunday. Your kindness means that overseas missionaries can continue to share the love of God with some of the world’s most marginalised and vulnerable people. If you value the work of overseas missionaries, you can donate €4.00 by texting the word ‘Mission’ to 50300. Alternatively donate at www.missio.ie or call Mission Ireland on 01 4972035. To learn more, go to www.missio.ie


The path to Conversion is sometimes an unexpected one!
Zacchaeus showed himself open to the call of Jesus, to the surprise of his contemporaries who thought there was no good in tax collectors. Sometimes the people who give us lessons in goodness may be people we previously disregarded. Recall when this happened for you. It was the eagerness of Zacchaeus to see what kind of a man Jesus was, that opened him up to conversion. When you consider moments of change in your life what were the interests or desires that prepared you for change? The decision of Jesus to eat in the house of Zacchaeus broke the social norms of his day and scandalized those who saw him. When have you found table fellowship a useful way of breaking down artificial boundaries between people? When has a kind word had this effect? Zacchaeus had become rich off the backs of the people, and they thoroughly disliked him. Yet he was the one singled out by Jesus and he responded to Jesus’ call. Perhaps you have also seen people who hurt you and caused you pain change their ways. How have you reacted to such a change? What has helped you to see the grace of God at work, and give thanks?


The 21st Consecutive Meath Diocesan Pilgrimage to the Holy Land will take place from March 6th-14th 2023. Cost €2,195. Booking with Navan Travel 046 9068600. Enquires to Kingscourt Parish Office 042 9667314.

40 Hours Adoration: Monday 31st October-Friday 4th November, 1.00-9.00pm Daily. In Ceili Community, Kilbeggan. Mass at 8pm, Confessions, Prayer, Ministry, Petitions, Tea/Coffee. All Welcome. Enquiries to 087-2359725.


Collections for 22nd & 23rd October:
Development Fund: €1,140; Plate: €320; Offerings: €1,800.
Thank You!

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