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Parish Calendar 2016

This year’s calendar reflects the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy which began on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (8 December) 2015 and which continues until the Feast of Christ the King (20 November) in 2016.

Parish Calendar 2016Alongside the logo (click here for a full description of the logo) for the Jubilee Year of Mercy are two quotations from Pope Francis which summarise his intentions for the coming year. The first is a challenge to us as parishioners:

“I have proclaimed an Extraordinary Jubilee of mercy as a special time for the Church – a time when the witness of believers might grow stronger and more effective.”

The second is an inspiration to us to allow our words, and our actions to initiate the example of Jesus:

“Jesus of Nazareth, by his words, his actions and his entire person reveals the mercy of God.”

The parish calendar has been available for the past few weeks in both churches. It is also available for collection from the Parish Shop and the Parish Office.

 

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An invitation to families, supporters and players from Bective Cannistown GFC, Simonstown Gaels & Navan O'Mahonys GAA!
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May 6, 2017, 6:00pm - May 6, 2017, 7:00pm

Celebrating the health, life and goodness of parishioners at Vigil Mass on Saturday 5 May 2017.
Please wear your club jersey!

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"My only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace" (Acts 20:24)
Well done to Fr Kevin who completed the London Marathon today in a time of 3hrs 51min 23sec!
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Today we are celebrating
• Divine Mercy Sunday,
• Thomas Sunday
• Quasimodo Sunday

Every blessing for today's Feastday as we continue to walk with the Risen Jesus who helps his disciples to profess their faith.

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