PARISH NEWSLETTER 17/18 NOVEMBER 2018 First Holy Communion Preparation Mass We look forward to welcoming the 2nd Class Children and their families from Ballybrown School to Mass in Ballybrown Church at 8pm Saturday next 24th and from Patrickswell School to Mass in Patrickswell Church at 11.30am on next Sunday 25th.
PARISH NEWSLETTER 10/11 NOVEMBER 2018 Sunday Prayer for the Faithful Departed: O Lord God Omnipotent, I beseech Thee by the Precious Blood, which Thy Divine Son Jesus shed in the Garden, deliver the souls in Purgatory, and especially that one which is the most forsaken of all, and bring it
Parish Weekly Newsletter 03/04 November 2018 This Saturday we welcome to our 6.30pm evening Mass in Patrickswell and in Ballybrown to our 8.00pm Mass the Families and Friends of Deceased Parish Members who have died during the past year. For extended family or friends who died during the past year, there
PARISH NEWSLETTER 28 October 2018 Message from Bishop Brendan Leahy I write now to let you know that your parish will be part of a Pastoral Unit, that will comprise of the parishes of St. Paul’s, Mungret, Raheen and Crecora, Patrickswell and Ballybrown. The following priests will be co-parish priests of
PARISH NEWSLETTER 21 October 2018 This Sunday is Mission Sunday Every church in every parish across the globe celebrates Mission Sunday. We do it to support the fearless and selfless work of missionaries – our brothers and sisters who live shoulder-to-shoulder with people in need, directly in communities that are struggling
PATRICKSWELL-BALLYBROWN PARISH NEWSLETTER 14th OCTOBER 2018 This Sunday, at a ceremony in Rome, Pope Francis will officially recognise the sainthood of Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador. It is a fitting tribute to an extraordinary man, whose life still influences the work of Trócaire and similar organisations working for human rights
PATRICKSWELL/BALLYBROWN PARISH NEWSLETTER 06/07 October 2018 Day for Life 2018 This Sunday the 7th October, Day for Life will be celebrated throughout Ireland. The theme is ‘Human Trafficking’. Please see flyers at the back of the church. ‘The trade in human beings violates the God-given dignity of so many of our brothers