serving Catholic families and the community of Navan

Pastoral services

ACCORD’s Marriage Preparation Course

“Marriage – a journey, not a destination”
Exploring the richness of the Sacrament of Marriage.

The Eight Modules of the course for engaged couples are:

  • Marriage and your Family of Origin and Self Awareness.
  • Marriage and how to Communicate.
  • Choosing the Sacrament of Marriage.
  • Marriage and your Conflict Management.
  • Marriage and your Sexuality and Intimacy.
  • Marriage and your Fertility Awareness and Well-being.
  • Marriage and your being parents.
  • Marriage and your Commitment.

Please contact Accord Navan to enquire about reserving a place.

Tel:                   046 9023146
Fax:                  046 9075100
e-mail:              accordnavan@eircom.net
Website:          http://www.accord.ie

 

Meals on Wheels

details here….

Parish Bereavement Support Group

The Parish Bereavement Support Group is a group of caring parishioners who offer a listening ear to people who are finding life difficult after the death of a loved one.

The Group welcomes anyone who has suffered a bereavement, and is looking for support in a group context, to its monthly meetings in the Parish Room of St. Anne’s Resource Centre.

“Cast your care upon the Lord
and He will look after you” (1 Peter 5:7)

If you wish to speak privately to a member of the Bereavement Support Group or to explore the services which are offered, please call (046) 9027518.

 

Facebook Updates

Fr Declan recently welcomed Rita Keleghan and her son Peter to St Mary's as they came to explore the records of our parish.
This short video allows us to join them at the baptismal font where they revisit the care of a midwife and Rita's parents in 1926 and the parish support offered to Rita over the years. #SharingFaith "The worst ink is better than the best memory."
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BLESSING OF OUR HOMES ON EPIPHANY
As we move on from the Christmas celebrations, we invite the Christ child to be with us throughout this unfolding year. There is a tradition of inviting our Lord Jesus Christ to stay with us by blessing our homes on the 6th January with chalk blessed at Mass this day. The home blessing can be done as follows:
Use the blessed chalk to write
20+C+M+B+17 above the door:
2017 for the Year of the Lord (Anno Domini) 2017A.D. C, M, B for the 3 Wise Men – Casper, Melchior, and Balthasar – also the initials for “Christus Mansionem Benedicat,” Latin for “May Christ Bless this House.”

As you are writing, pray the following prayer:
Lord God of heaven and earth, you
revealed your only-begotten Son to
every nation by the guidance of a star.
Bless this house and all who inhabit it.
Fill us with the light of Christ, that our
love for others may reflect your love for us.
We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen
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Friday is the Feast of the Epiphany, sometimes called Little Christmas and marks the arrival of the 3 Magi to Bethlehem. It's a Holy Day and Masses are:
St Mary's 8am, 10am and 6pm
St Olivers 9:15am, 7pm
Hospital 9am.
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Many thanks to the pupils and Mr Burke from St Josephs Mercy Secondary School Navan whose #CarolsbytheCrib lifted our hearts yesterday! ... See MoreSee Less

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