Parish Newsletter- 17th September 2023

Saturday 16th September @7.00pm
Olive McGrath. James Foley. Larry Hackett.
Sunday 17th September @10.00am
Liam McGuinness.
Sunday 17th September @11.30am
Joe, Mary, Joe, Therese, Catherine & Dessie O’Keefe.  Richard (Richie) Recks
Tuesday 19th September @7.30pm
St. Janarius
Callum Taylor Egan
Wednesday 20th September @7.30pm
Korean Martyrs
Anthony Flattery (Month’s Mind).
Joe & Teresa Minnock. Przemek Lisowski.
Darren & Jackie Divine. Aoife Doyle.
Thursday 21st September @10.00am
St. Matthew, Apostle
No Intention
Friday 22nd September @10.00am
St. Maurice
No Intention
Saturday 23rd September @10.00am
St. Pio of Pietrelcina
No Intention
Saturday 23rd September @7.00pm
Seamus Dignam. Michael Malone. Benny & Eddie Dunne & Parents. Karl Walsh
Sunday 24th September @10.00am
Micheal Gleeson (Month’s Mind). P.J. Hickey and deceased of the Hickey family.
Sunday 24th September @11.30am
Jimmy, May & Theresa Newman.

Adoration of the Blessed Eucharist
Come and find peace in the Lord!
Monday & Friday – 5.00-6.00pm
Tuesday & Wednesday – after 7.30pm Mass to 9.00pm.
All are welcome!

Please pray for the souls of Edith Dolan, Clara/Banagher; and for Hugh Gaynor, Horseleap: both recently deceased. R.I.P.

To Be Forgiven, You MUST Forgive…
Jesus surprised Peter by telling him he needed to forgive seventy-seven times. Perhaps you have known the value of this when something reminds you of a past hurt and you find you need in your heart to forgive again the person who hurt you. What was this like for you? How has a capacity to have a forgiving heart helped you? Sometimes we need to forgive ourselves for things we regret about past behaviour. What happens to you when you cannot do this? How has your ability to forgive yourself for past mistakes influenced your attitude towards yourself now? Pope Francis chose as his motto ‘miserando atque eligendo’ (seen with compassion and chosen) to express his belief that Jesus viewed his past mistakes with compassion, and called him, nonetheless. At this moment can you see Jesus calling you, no matter what your past has been like? Are there people whose ability to forgive has inspired you? Recall them and the forgiveness they showed and give thanks for their example.

‘I understand the grief of people who have to endure a great suffering, yet slowly but surely, we all have to let the joy of faith slowly revive us, as a quiet yet firm trust, even amid the greatest distress.’
Pope Francis.

Ceili Catholic Community Kilbeggan will be starting a new residential school of evangelisation from 1st October. It is targeting young adults between the ages of 18 and 35 who wish to discern their vocation, take a gap year or a career break.

Meath Samuel Group: (young adults, age 18-39) – do you want to strengthen and develop your daily prayer life? Join Meath Samuel Group. Meet one Sunday a month, from October to May, at St. Mary’s in Navan for a talk, Holy Hour, Mass and commit to daily prayer. It’s free! Find out more at

Collections for 9th & 10th September:
Development Fund: €1,160; Plate: €525; Offerings: €200.
Thank You!

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