Parish Newsletter- 27th November 2022

Sunday 27th November- First Sunday of Advent
Saturday 26th November @7.00pm
Peter & Mary Jane Flanagan. Charles & Kathleen Holmes. PJ Dwyer. Stephen Lo. Charles Strothard
Sunday 27th November @10.00am
May & John Pettit. Patrick Gleeson.
Joe & Sheila Mather. Bernadette &
deceased of the Digan Family
Sunday 27th November @11.30am
Jude Meehan. Mary & Bill Fleming.
Jackie Rabbitte.
Tuesday 29th November @7.30pm
St. Brendan of Birr
Peter Fox. Michael Kearns.
Deceased of the Sheridan Family..
Wednesday 30th November @7.30pm
St. Andrew the Apostle
Pat & Vincent McEvoy
Thursday 1st December @10.00am
St. Charles de Foucauld
John Mulholland
Friday 2nd December @10.00am

St. Bibiana
Mass For All on the Parish List of the Dead
Saturday 3rd December @10.00am
St. Francis Xavier
James & Evelyn Hogan. Harry McGuigan.
William & Margaret Slammon
Saturday 3rd December @7.00pm
Eileen Johnson. Nicky Keegan. Michael Rooney. Michael Henry & Mary T. White
Sunday 4th December @10.00am
Nancy Montgomery. Ita McGuinness
Sunday 4th December @11.30am
No Intention

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!

First Sunday of Advent
In Today’s Gospel, the ‘Coming of the Son of Man’ can be applied to the end of the world, to the moment of death, or to any moment of grace. We are not given advance notice as to when any of these will happen, so the message is to be alert and ready. When have you found that your alertness meant that you were able to receive an unexpected grace (e.g., take an opportunity which presented itself, or respond to a hint from another person that you might easily have missed, etc.)? One of the enemies of alert living is constant busyness. Have you ever found that being caught up in your own agenda makes you less sensitive to what is happening around you? Recall times when you paused in your relentless busyness and were rewarded by a significant interchange with another person, a moment of grace. You probably know the difference between being ready for a visitor and the unannounced caller who catches you unprepared. Let the memory of the discomfort of being caught off guard spur you on to a constant readiness for the coming of the Lord.

Synod 2021-2024. A meeting will be held in Dunshaughlin Parish Centre on Saturday 10th December, 2.00pm to 5:00pm to discuss “Enlarge the space of your tent” in conjunction with our diocesan and national syntheses. Anyone interested in participating must register at .

Clara Town Band are holding a Concert on Thursday 1st December at 8.00pm in Clara GAA Centre with special guests, Junior Band Rosy Molloy and St. Brigid’s Parish Choir. Admission: Adult €10, U16 only €5. Tickets can be purchased from any band member or on the door.

Do you have a disability, illness or injury and would like help to find a job? If the answer is yes, contact Liam on 086 387 3047 or Patricia on 086 1451074 to tell you more about EmployAbility Midlands.

Youth 2000 Christmas Retreat will take place in Newbridge College, on 9th-11th December. For anyone aged 16-35. Great CRAIC!!, Inspiring Talks & Workshops, Fantastic music, Group activities, Youth Masses, Adoration, Reconciliation, Prayer, Drama, Games & time to chill out, meet new people and find out what it means to be young & Catholic today!! Donation only. Free buses leaving from all over Ireland. Register now on

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.

Collections for 19th & 20th November:
Development Fund: €1,660; Plate: €735; Offerings: €40.
Thank You!

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